The Sept. 23 meeting of the Frewsburg Lions Club was held in the community room at Frewsburg Central School. President Robin Schroeder presided.
Guests were Zone Chair Chuck Telford, Region 5 Chair Anne Akin, Cabinet Secretary Roger Lis and District Governor Dan Dunn.
Gov. Dunn spoke on the importance of club membership and district activities. He thanked the Frewsburg Lions Club for their community activities.
Pictured, from left, are: Lion Zone Chair Chuck Telford, Region 5 Chair Anne Akin, Lion President Robin Schroeder, Cabinet Secretary Roger Lis, District Governor Dan Dunn.
At the business meeting John Gatgen announced that the sale of Krispy Cremes will take place in October with completed order forms to be turned in at the Oct. 14 meeting and delivery on Oct. 25.
In addition to the doughnuts, bags of coffee will be available. Gatgen also reported that $104 has been turned in from the sale of Lions Club mints. De Warn reported that 176 pairs of eyeglasses have recently been collected for delivery to the Buffalo recycling center. He also noted that the Adopt-a-Highway clean-up will be held in October.
Pat Harvey read a thank-you note from Pam Meuer, R.N., retired manager of the WCA Hospital Dialysis Unit acknowledging the club's continuing support of the aluminum can tabs recycling project. Harvey noted that since the club's involvement in September 2001, to date, the club has submitted 1,008 and 1/2 lbs. of can tabs.
Marty Hunt announced that the annual chicken and biscuit dinner will be held on Nov. 16. Don Dove announced that there will be a work party on Saturday at the Town Park.
Due to the Columbus Day holiday, the next meeting of the club will be on Monday, Oct. 14, in the Fellowship Hall at Zion Lutheran Church.