Meetings are held on the second and fourth Thursday of the month at the following location:
The Hearth Room at Hawken House 1155 South Rockhill Road Webster Groves, Missouri
UPCOMING SPECIAL EVENTS
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2017 Lions Schedule
The Webster Groves Fire Department gave a fire safety demonstration for the public, while the Lions Club gave hot dogs away to the public. This video is well worth having your children watch. Click on "fire".
2017 - 2018 Officers and Board of Directors
President -- Lion John Gregory Immediate Past President -- Lion Rob Halama 1st Vice President -- Lion Sandy Halama 2nd Vice President --Lion Becky Speeler 3rd Vice President -Lion June Lenk Secretary --Lion Teddi Speeler Treasurer -- Lion Norma Belcher Tail Twister -- Lion Dererk Bean Lion Tamer -- Lion Fred Yoder
Directors: Lion Tony Baumstark Lion Patrick Rabbitt Lion Larry M. Schumaier Lion Ryan Whittington
5th & 6th BBQ of the season. August 11/12th September 8/9th Please contact Lion Becky at email@example.com to volunteer (Click on images for flyer/menu)
or limited vision. it is often called "dancing eyes"as well. Puja is studying to become a teacher and her handicap is quite a detriment. She depends upon class mates to take notes and help her with her studies.
She was put in touch with a foundation, the Mitrata-Nepal Foundation for Children for assistance.
One of our Lions, Norma Belcher is friends with Pam Hughes, a Board Member for Mitrata-Nepal Foundation for Children. MS Hughes through the Society for the Blind, discovered a machine called a Magnalink Zip which would be of great benefit to Puja. Ms Hughes was able to raise $1,000 to purchase the machine, but could not raise the additional $2,300 required. The Lions Club of Webster Groves was able to contribute the necessary $2,300 allowed Ms Hughes to purchase and deliver the machine to Puja. In Puja's words, "This machine changed my life. I now take my own notes in school and help my classmates."
Another life changed by the Lions.
There is a young lady in Nepal, Puja Shah, 18 years old, and in the 11th grade in Kathmandu, Nepal. She is albino and not well accepted, in fact feared, in her village. In addition, Puja's vision is limited and she has nystagmus, a condition of involuntary eye movement, acquired in infancy or later in life, that may result in reduced
Pam Hughes thanking President Lion John
2017 Wine Fest September 24th Hawken House Hearth Room 1155 S. Rock Hill Rd. (Click on image for flyer)
Webster Groves Lions Club P.O. Box 190520, Webster Groves MO 63119; Email:firstname.lastname@example.org