FREWSBURG - The recent meeting of the Frewsburg Lions Club was called to order by President Robin Schroeder.
Program chair for the evening, Don Dove, introduced Roger Bish of Kennedy. Bish is a collector of artifacts focusing on Native American culture. He has enjoyed this hobby for more than 40 years, visiting most Indian sites in Western New York, primarily in Chautauqua County. He showed several of his displays and gave background information about each display.
In the business meeting, John Gatgen reminded members that the Krispy Kreme distribution will be at 7 a.m. on Friday in the Zion Lutheran Church parking lot. The annual chicken and biscuit dinner will be on Nov. 16 at the Firemen's Blue Building on Hazzard Street. Marty Hunt distributed tickets to be sold for the dinner.
Pictured, from left: Program Chair Don Dove, Lion President Robin Schroeder and guest speaker Roger Bish.
Dove reported that a work event was held on Oct. 5 at the town park, but the project was not completed. Danielle O'Connor noted that the IMPACT group at Frewsburg Central School is looking for volunteer opportunities and that they may be a resource for helping out with the trees. Assignments were made for the Adopt-a Highway clean-up, which was to be completed by Oct. 19. Jerry Eklund announced that the annual Red Kettle campaign will begin the last week in November and that the club should look to schedule a block of time to take part.
The next meeting will be on Oct. 28 in the Community Room at Frewsburg Central School.