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FEB 2014

NEWSLETTER


Your New MD-2 Newsletter Magazine Welcome to the MD-2 magazine informing you of what's happening in the MD-2 of Texas To submit your stories please submit by the 20th of the month for the following months edition.

Contents P2. Introduction P3. Useful Links P4. Mason Lions Club P5. Canton Lions Club P6.Miike Butler P7. Types of Transportation

Submit your story formatted in Microsoft word. And attach original photos so that they maintain quality in reproduction.

P8. Toronto 2014 Form

Your story will be put into the newsletter as you write it The editorial staff will do minimum editing and only to fit for space etc.

P11. Canyon Lions Club

We recommend you appoint someone in your club to write and submit your story to the State Newsletter Chairman Lion Tracy A. Hanes at tracyahanes@gmail.com.

MD-2 Newsletter Chairman Lion Tracy A. Hanes www.kemahlionsclub.org tracyahanes@gmail.com 281-910-8728 Pg. 2

Presented By Lion Tracy A. Hanes

P9. Toronto Hotel P10. Let A Butler Serve You

P12. Angleton Leos and Seadrift P13. Kemah Lions Club P14. Lion Mike Butler on the Prowl P15. Picture worth a thousand words P16. Picture worth a thousand words P17. Picture worth a thousand words P18. Picture worth a thousand words P19. Picture worth a thousand words P20. Picture worth a thousand words P21. Texas Lions State Convention P22. MD-2 Cruise P23. MD-2 Cruise Registration


Lions of Texas MD-2 NEWS FEB 2014 Volume 3, Issue 19 Lions of Texas MD-2 News is published by the Public Relations Committee of Multiple District 2 International Association of Lions Clubs. Editor Lion Tracy A. Hanes, MD-2 Newsletter Chairman. Sandy Merritt State Office Administrator Lions Clubs International MD-2 (Texas) P.O. Box 294509 Kerrville, Texas 78029 lionsstateoffice@md2lions.org Office - 830-257-6557 Fax - 830-896-5755 Email suggested articles and pictures for Lions of Texas MD-2 News to tracyahanes@gmail.com Logos property of International Association of Lions Clubs ® or Multiple District 2. Used by permission. Copyright © 2013 Multiple District International Association of Lions Clubs®

Useful Lions Links MD-2 Texas Lions Texas Lions Camp Texas Lions Eyeglass Recycling Center Lions of Texas on FaceBook Texas Lions on Twitter

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Texas Leo Program Lions Clubs International Yellow Vest Posse

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Lions of Texas MD-2 NEWS FEB 2014


The Mason Lions Club held its annual pancake supper

The Mason Lions Club held its annual pancake supper on the evening of January 28, 2014, at the Mason High School cafeteria. The supper was one of the must successful in the clubs history. The monies raised are going to scholarships for local students. The event was spearheaded by Mason Lion and District 2-A1 1st VDG John Gammill and was enjoyed by all.

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Carthage Noon Lions Club


Canton Lions Club District 2-X2 Have you seen the article in the February Lions magazine? “Pajama Party Queen Reigns Over District.” Canton Lion Member Benja Mize read the article and thought “We can do that.” She made an announcement at a weekly meeting for everyone to bring pajamas to the next meeting to be donated to the ABC Room, a local organization that provides items for children that have been taken from a home most of the time with only the clothes they are wearing. The response was great! 44 pairs of pajamas of all sizes were brought to the meeting and delivered to Sharon Stehsel with the ABC Room. We had a great “Pajama Party.”

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Carthage Noon Lions Club Celebrates


By Plane, Train, Bus or Automobile all roads lead to Toronto 2014!!

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Lion Mike Butler Toronto 2014


Types of Transportation & Costs - October, 2013

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Types of Transportation & Costs - October, 2013


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97th Annual Lions Club International Convention


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Lions Environmental Photo Contest


The Holiday Inn Toronto Downtown Centre is 5 blocks from the Eaton Centre or Bloor Street Shopping, and approximately a 30 minute drive from Lester B. Pearson International Airport. Guests have the option of dining at the Carlton Restaurant for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, Thirty Bar and Lounge for lighter fare, or our in-room dining in the privacy of their guestroom. Other amenities for our guests include an indoor pool and fitness facility, along with an incredible outdoor sundeck, Caesar Spa, coffee shop, gift shop, business centre, and tour desk. All guestrooms are complete with in-room safes, minirefrigerators, irons and ironing boards, coffee/tea and coffee makers, clock radios with mp4 docking stations, cordless telephones, flat screen televisions, complimentary WiFi, Moen power shower heads, Bath and Body Works amenities, shaving mirrors, hair dryers, triple sheeting on the beds, and our personalized pillow selection.

The approximate hotel daily room rate is $ 120.00 USD This is the Delegation Hotel for the Lions of MD-2 Texas and is the least expensive of all the delegation hotels. All major activities for the Butler Campaign will be conducted from this hotel including the rallies that will take place most evenings of the convention. This is an opportunity for you to come and represent your club at our International Convention and make a real difference and impact on how our Association operates. The hotel is located approximately 1.7 miles from the Metro Toronto Convention Centre and the Air Canada Centre. Bus service will be provided to both sites of the convention. Metro Toronto Convention Centre is the location for general convention activities. (Registration, Displays and Exhibits, Credentials and Voting). Air Canada Centre is the location for the Plenary Sessions and the International Show.

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Let a Butler Serve You


Canyon Lake Noon Lions 1st VDG Len Heimer presented longevity chevrons totaling 125 years of service! Receiving the chevrons areLions Vice President Juan Pena presents a check to BoyScout Cubmaster Pack 124 Kevin Moran.

Robert Wickman 10yrs William Kannawin 15yrs Gay Helm 10yrs Richard Solis 25yrs Sterling Wehner 15yrs (absent) Solomon Fuss 20yrs (absent) Nolan R. Gregston 30yrs (absent)

Canyon Lake Noon Lions Club has been recognized as the Non-Profit Business of the Year by the Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce. This is the 29th Annual Award presented by the Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce. Pictured above is Norm Schaule, President of the Canyon Lake Noon Lions Club accepting the award from Chamber President Richard Ferrell. CLNL competed with a number of other non-profits for this recognition.

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Canyon Lake Noon Lions


The Angleton Leo Club

The Angleton Leo Club held their Charter Night on December 6, 2013 at the Angleton Recreation Center. Officers were installed by State Leo Chairman Elizabeth Bumguardner. Pictured are: L to R Madeline Birdsong, District Leo Chairman, Megan Dupuis, President: Jessyca Krueger, Vice President: Bumguardner: Bethany Cabriales, Secretary: Tanner Slubar, Treasurer. Council Chairman, Past District Governor Lewis Gardner was the speaker.

The Seadrift Lions The Seadrift Lions will host a Crock Pot Cook-Off on February 22, 2014 at the Seadrift Elementary School from 4:00-6:00 pm. Contact SeadriftLions@GMail.com for entry form and rules. There will be 5 categories (Soups, Chili, Meat, Casserole, and Dessert) and the entry fee is $10 per category.

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Canyon Lake Lions Club


Kemah Lions Club Supports Friendswood Lions Club Conducts Eye Exams with Pancake Breakfast Feb 8th

Lion Tracy A. Hanes and Lion Tom LA Santa prepare for eye exams. With the assistance of Friendswood Lions.

Lion Helen Pausewang and Lion Tom LA Santa Kemah check out the new Cookbook Friendswood Lions Club Produced. The Kemah Lions Club came out to support Friendswood Lions Club during their Pancake Breakfast on Feb the 8th. Served breakfast to all and held eye exams with the revolutionary Spot system. 32 exams were conducted Of adults and children. All children had great eye sight 18 Adults needed further treatment from their doctor. Half the 50/50 was donated to the Eye Bank of Texas on behalf of the Kemah Lions Club! Thank you!

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Kemah Lions Club Assists In Fundraiser


Lion Mike Butler On The Prowl Around The World

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Canyon Lake Noon Lions sponsored the 34th annual Christmas Parade in Sattler Texas with marching bands, choirs, dance teams, cheerleaders, car clubs, floats, the Alzafar Shriners and their go-carts. Santa arrived atop of the Wells Fargo stage coach in grand style. Fun for all

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Lion Mike Butler On The Prowl Around The World


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Pitch Hit and Run MLB


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Cabinet Meeting, Bowl A Thon Victoria


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Clute Charter Night


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Sargent Charter Night


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Shiner Charter Night


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Texas City Lions Club


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Save-the-Date Notice for 2015 Convention


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MD-2 State Convention 2014


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MD-2 State Convention 2014

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