1 January 2017 Edition 8 Volume 6 I am Lion Dan Jones. I was raised on a 320 acre dairy farm in northeastern Jackson County at a time when, as many of us remember, it was all about labor. I spent a large part of my life farming that same ground. I married my wife Terri in 1980 and we have two children; our daughter Katie, a supervisor with the Department of Revenue in St. Paul and a son Kevin, the future products manger at AGCO Corp in Jackson. Kevin has given us two granddaughters, Mya and Jordyn, 3 and 1 years old. It s amazing how the time flys by when you're simply not paying attention. After retiring to Windom, I have worked as a control board operator at a startup ethanol plant in Heron Lake and in petroleum sales for a Windom area cooperative thereafter. I have also been involved as the board chairman of WASC, a Windom food shelf, since it's inception six years ago. I joined the Windom Lions, not only as a way to meet new people in an unfamiliar town, but mainly to satisfy a desire to help others, which I see as the main reason we are on this Earth. While there are other avenues to helping someone else, I believe there are none any better than Lions International is and I'm incredibly proud to be involved with all of you and this fabulous organization. After holding various offices within the Windom Lions, I had agreed to join the 5M3. leadership team. With the experiences that I've had in Lions, I sense that now is the right time to seek the nomination for District Governor of District 5M3. My goal is to bring all of our clubs together into an enhanced focus toward service to others and increase the satisfaction that being a Lion supplies. My name is 2nd VDG Richard Kelly. I was born in Jackson MN. Went to Jackson High School. I have been in Lions for 10 years. I have been a recipient of a Helen Keller award and a Melvin Jones Award. Also, I have been the Jackson Club President, Zone Chair and now 2nd VDG. I live in Jackson MN. I'm mostly part retired but do find the time to help a friend in his restaurant. I have a few hobbies, love to golf and ride my 99 Road King. LCIF is in need of funding so IF EVERY Lions Club in the District (43) donate at least $50.00 to LCIF before June 30, 2017, DG Larry will donate $500.00! Last year we had 100% participation and were one of the 2% in the world that had total donation status. Let s stand up and shout WE CAN DO IT AGAIN!
3 Has your club had any of your members pass away since February 2016 s Mid Winter Convention? If so, Please send a photo of the deceased member along with their name, club name and a paragraph of information about the member to PDG Wayne Radloff. We need this for the Friday evening Service of Remembrance at the: The Mid Winter Convention is in need of exhibits showing a Cabinet Area/Topic OR a project that your Lions Club has held. This needs to be set up at the convention by 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, February 18th. She is also taking requests for Lions Foundations & Pin Traders. Be sure to register with: Lion Mary Jo Levorson By Friday, February 10, February Mid Winter Convention DO IT NOW! Before you forget. This service is a way to memorialize and pay our final respect to our Lions and Lioness families since we last met as a district. **Please feel free to invite family & friends to the service. Send a Child to Diabetes Camp! TIME p.m. Meet at the Convention Hotel Pool Best 5 Cards Wins! Free Will Donation at Registration Walk 5 rounds to receive one card per round Check us out on our Facebook Page at: 5M3 Lions We are always looking for new friends so like us! Lions Clubs Reminder: It is each club s responsibility to contribute to the Sunday Morning Raffle. It is suggested that a contribution of a $30.00 gift be donated. Please have your items to the convention by early Saturday morning to the Raffle Table. Questions: Lion Carrie Shofner The Al Jensen Award is in memory of PCC Alvin Al Jensen, a Lion who was a caring, effective, dedicated but quiet leader. He was a man who taught by word and example. Lion Al Jensen had a deep love for what Lionism meant and he did everything he could to share that love with others. Lion Al died of cancer in This award is given at the MD5M Multiple Convention. This award for Lion s members within two categories under 5 years of membership or over 5 years of membership. This form is also located on the 5M3 District website: under forms tab. Please nominate someone deserving for these two awards and send it to DG Larry Muenchow today! See YOU at the Mid Winter Convention at the Holiday Inn in Fairmont!
4 What is the Parade of Green? Why does my Lions Club need to give to this? This is an annual event done at every Mid Winter Convention in our Multiple (all 12 of them). It is the annual donations collection from clubs to the charities that Lions support throughout the year. It is very important that each club give to help keep them operational. By Mid Winter we are half way through our Lions year (July 1 June 30) and if you haven t given already, this is your reminder to contribute. If you have already given to a charity before the Mid Winter, your Treasurer can put a note in the charities Parade of Green Bucket that states your club name and the amount that was already sent in this year. 5M3 and the charity say THANK YOU!. District 5M3 strongly encourages representation from each Lions Club at Convention. Charity donations are listed below. You can donate to as many as you can. IF YOU NEED to mail in your Parade of Green checks, please mail to the chairperson of your donation within 1 week after Convention: ~5M3 Special Olympics Lion Rod Saulsgiver, 596 Prospect Ave, Windom MN ~Camp Courage- Lion Ron Robbins, st St, Tracy MN ~Can Do Canines Lion Galen Engholm, PO Box 462, Morgan MN ~Kids Sight- Lion Ron Robbins, st St, Tracy MN ~LCIF PDG John Myers, 806 Hwy 71 S, Jackson MN ~Leader Dogs for the Blind Lion Deloy King, 136 Buckwheat Ave, Windom MN ~MD5M Lions Hearing Foundation PDG Wayne Radloff, th St, Lynd MN ~MN Lions Diabetes Foundation Lion Bob Schirlinger, 801 N Payne St, New Ulm MN ~MN Lions Vision Foundation Eye Bank, MAC Center, Cornea Transplants, Children s Eye Clinic- PDG LeRoy Levorson, 126 S Washington St, New Ulm MN ~Project New Hope Lions Foundation of MN Lion Ron Robbins, st St, Tracy MN ~Quest/Youth Outreach/Peace Poster Lion Ron Robbins, st St, Tracy MN ~True Friends Camp Eden Wood, Camp Friendship, Camp New Hope- Lion Ron Robbins, st St, Tracy MN ~Youth Exchange Lions International Youth Exchange Camp Spicer- Lion Ron Robbins, st St, Tracy MN ***Lions Den Newsletter IS NOT a Parade of Green donation but you can donate to the newsletter at the Registration Table at Convention. Look for the box. Make checks to: District 5M3 Newsletter $40.00 per club is appreciated. Westbrook Area Lions Club Annual Lake of the Woods Ice Fishing Trip ~ February 6-9 Round trip coach transportation, 3 nights lodging, 2 days guided fishing, 2 meals, angling equipment, fish processing, all taxes. $ per person Call Larry Anderson at (H) or (c ) Advance deposit $ per person. Bus is from Westbrook to Baudette MN
5 WE NEED YOUR CLUB TO SUBMIT YOUR FORMS TODAY FOR THE FEBRUARY MID-WINTER CONVENTION FEB 17-19, 2017 PURPOSE: To honor those Lion & Lioness members of character and substance who have demonstrated the highest level of commitment and dedication to the efforts of their club, district or multiple district and the motto of our association, We Serve. CRITERIA: A Candidate may be a Lion or Lioness, must have been a member in good standing for at least 15 years, be at least two (2) years removed from the Council of Governors if a PDG, should have qualifications above and beyond the call of duty including social and human endeavors, and he/she should be of good moral character and have a good reputation in his/her community. A nominee must be a member in good standing of a Lions or Lioness Club in MD5M at the time of their death. AWARD: There will be a maximum of one (1) recipient of the MD5M Hall of Fame Award per district, inducted into the MD5M Hall of Fame each year. The award may be presented posthumously. The MD5M Hall of Fame award recipients are to be inducted into the Hall of Fame at the annual MD5M Multiple District Convention during the Saturday noon luncheon. MD5M Hall of Fame recipients will receive a MD5M Hall of Fame award plaque and a Hall of Fame lapel pin in recognition of their induction in the MD5M Hall of Fame. In addition, a complete listing of all MD5M Hall of Fame recipients will appear in the annual MD5M directory and a perpetual plaque, with the names of all the inductees and the year of their induction inscribed thereon, will be kept in a prominent place in the MD5M office, when available. PROCESS: A candidate may be sponsored by any Lion, Lioness, Lions Club, Lioness Club, Zone or District. There will be a nomination fee of $ per each candidate nominated. The nomination fee will be returned to those sponsors whose candidates are not elected for induction into the MD5M Hall of Fame. The nomination fee for those selected for induction will be sent to MD5M and will be used to offset the cost of the award process, plaques and pin. NOMINATIONS, INCLUDING THE NOMINATION FEE, MUST BE RECEIVED BY THE DISTRICT GOVERNOR AT LEAST 30 DAYS PRIOR TO THE DISTRICT S MID WINTER CONVENTION. For the nomination form, please visit the 5M3 Website at: under forms tab, Hall of Fame and send it in TODAY! The standard nomination form must be used as no other forms of nomination will be accepted. Lucan Lions Charter Members ~ September 17, 1973 Lucan Lions & DG Larry DG Larry visits the Sherburn, Truman & Fairmont Lions Clubs
6 District 5M3 Newsletter Address: District Governor : Lion Larry Muenchow th St Tracy MN st Vice DG: Lion Dan Jones th St Windom MN nd Vice DG: Lion Dick Kelly 825 Park St Jackson MN Secretary: Lion Frank Nielsen 675 2nd St Tracy MN Treasurer: Lion Ronald Robbins st St Tracy MN Newsletter Editor: Lion Cheri Appel PO Box 8 Milroy MN Newsletter Sponsorships: Lion Carrie Shofner PO Box 31 Milroy MN Immediate Past DG: Lion Steve Collins 305 Aspenwood Dr, Redwood Falls MN District Administrator: Lion Denise Nelson 405 S Street Morgan MN I want to wish you all a MERRY CHRISTMAS and hope it is indeed filled with peace, love, and happiness! It is hard to believe that we are almost halfway through this Lions year already. With the start of the new year it is a great time to look back on what has happened in our club this year. We as a district have stopped losing Lions and have grown for the second year in a row! How are you coming on the goals that you set ( I hope ) for this year? The good news is that there are still six months to make this a great year for your club! Have you started a new project or two? New projects can raise your club s stature and visibility in your community. Perhaps you will hear that your Lions club is the best and most active club in town! When we are very active with projects, that our community sees as being important to them, we will find that people want to become a member so they can help us with our efforts. I think people have a need to help others, and this need can be fulfilled by being a Lion in a club that has great projects, enthusiasm, and a feeling of being part of the family of Lions. What are the new projects that we do? Have you completed the four centennial service challenges for this year? How about a Legacy project for your community? I had the honor to give one club two Legacy banner patches for last year. What other projects? I know of one Lions club that has a family bingo one Sunday afternoon a month because there is very little to bring people together in their town. Another club had an anniversary thank you dinner and invited the whole town to come at no charge! Get together and have a jam session on what services we would like to see happen in our community. Have you got a club website? You can do that with Lions e-clubhouse website. Need a short program for your next meeting? Take a look at the Lions International website for audios & videos or contact one of our District chairpersons for a presentation. There are so many things we can do, we need to make a plan so we get it done! Remember Benjamin Franklin said, The man who does things makes many mistakes, but he never makes the biggest mistake of all--doing nothing. Late breaking news! I just received an from Brian Sheehan asking for time at our Mid-Winter to seek support for running for the 3rd International Vice President's position at the International convention to be held in Las Vegas in 2018!!! I think he would be a great International President, and I think it would be AWESOME if he were to be elected! REMINDER: We still need an Extra Ordinary Lion from your club. You can send a picture and a bio to Lion Kelly. You mail it to Richard Kelly at 825 Park St, Jackson MN or you can it to This can be any Lion past or present to be used at Mid Winter Convention in Fairmont February 17-19, The Redwood Falls Lions Club were publicized for their Nearly Naked 5K on page 13 and Lake Benton Lions for celebrating their 50 Years of Service as a Lions Club on page 43. DID YOU SEE THE NOVEMBER 2016 LION from LCI? 1-2-
7 If you're a Lion that has been quietly nurturing a desire to do more in your Lions career, to make a bigger difference in your community or simply to become a better person, the MD5M Lions Leadership Institute is exactly what you ve needed. This event is the perfect place to strengthen the skills you already possess and begin to create the new ones that you'll want going forward. The instructors are so very knowledgeable, some of the most pleasant folks you could want to meet and between them and the other students you'll make real friendships that last for years to come. This event is being held on this next March 30 to April 2 in Mahnomen, MN, and I believe there are a couple of spots still open for it. If this has tweaked your interest at all, contact DG Larry at for more information, or an application. It may well be your best decision of the New Year, and all of those beyond. As of this writing it's just two weeks until Christmas! It s a wonderful holiday with an extra special meaning to be a Lion. For this is the season of giving, in honor of the greatest gift of all, and giving is certainly what the Lions are all about. So, while you re enjoying the holiday with family and friends remember the gift of service you've offered to others, by being a Lion. Have a very Merry Christmas and a very prosperous New Year! The Madelia Lions celebrated their Club's 25th anniversary on December 6th. There were 8 members of the New Ulm Lions, their sponsoring Club, in attendance as well as DG Larry. A delicious meal was served, DG Larry talked about some of the past history of Lions, and the Madelia Lions had printed up a list of their Club activities and projects for all to see. The Club received a Centennial Service Banner Patch. Everyone had a great time, however, no photos were taken. Morgan Lions Club Outstanding Lions Years- Back row: Lion Dave Nelson (10), Lion Ralph Heiling (20), Lion Galen Engholm (30), Lion Lynn Hillesheim (15). Front row: Lion Denise Nelson (10), Lion Bill Vollbrecht (10), Lion Perry Becker (60). Project New Hope Chair ~ Youth Exchange Chair Are needed NOW! How do you know you can t hold this position and do well, if you have never tried? Step up and give DG Larry a call today. Newsletter Editor starting July 1, 2017 It s time for someone else to give it a try. It is not as hard as it looks. All you need is a computer and some training. If no one steps up, you may not have a District Newsletter next year. Call DG Larry.
8 It s Celebration Time! Don t miss out on this Convention! Friday night will have a party atmosphere to commemorate Lions 100th Year. Music, games, hospitality rooms and fellowship! Saturday, is seminars with dynamic speakers, fantastic lunch, afternoon meeting, Diabetes Poker Walk and Evening Banquet with International Director Joyce Middleton from Massachusetts. Presidents will have an afternoon meeting with ID Joyce. Sunday the fun continues with a morning brunch, raffle drawings and closing ceremonies. THIS IS ONE CONVENTION YOU WANT TO BE AT! Friday, February 17 Sunday, February 19 Done Check off what you have done to prepare for the 5M3 Convention- I have sent in my registration for meals to PDG LeRoy Levorson. I have called Holiday Inn in Fairmont for a room reservation (see registration form). Whom has your club assigned to bring & display the club banner at the convention? Has your club chosen your voting delegates? (1 for every 10 Lions in your club) Has your club invited the family of the deceased in your club for the Friday evening Memorial Service? Have you sent in a photo & bio of the deceased Lion to PDG Wayne Radloff? Do you have someone to nominate to the 5M3 Hall of Fame Award or Al Jensen Award? Have you met the award deadline? Has your club determined a Lion to bring your club s Raffle Gifts to convention? Has your club notified DG Larry Muenchow that he will be presenting an award at Convention for one of your Club Lions? (Melvin Jones, Dream Catcher, Helen Keller, etc.) Has your club instructed your Club Treasurer of the Parade of Green donations?
9 MINNESOTA LIONS DIABETES FOUNDATION CALENDAR Support your Lions with the purchase of this limited edition 2017 Lion Centennial Calendar $10 Each The Minnesota Diabetes Foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with diabetes by funding research to cure diabetes, providing education and sponsoring preventive health activities. CONTACT: Lion Mary Snobl Lion Bob Schirlinger Greetings and Merry Christmas from 5M3 Lions KidSight, KidSight is a nationwide program to safeguard the vision of children ages 6 months through 6 years with a mission to ensure that eye screening and follow-up care is given to all children because every child deserves to learn and see the world clearly. Minnesota KidSight will be placing the order for our Welch Allyn Spot Vision Screening Systems in January 2017 and we should receive our 3 systems in late January or early February. I hope to have the systems by our midwinter convention so that we can do some demos and training at the convention. We should be able to start scheduling screening events shortly after that. In the meantime, I have been traveling and giving KidSight briefings/presentations at zone and club meetings to spread the word about what the program is and how we hope it will work. I have presented at 5 zone meetings and 8 clubs so far and have 1 more club scheduled before the holidays. If your club would like to receive a KidSight presentation, please contact me and we will get it scheduled. I would like to take this opportunity to thank those clubs that have already donated to the 5M3 KidSight Program. These funds will be critical to sustaining the KidSight Program within the district. If your club would like to donate to this worthy cause, make the check payable to 5M3 Lions and put KidSight in the memo field and mail it to me as the 5M3 KidSight Chairman or put it in the Parade of Green at our Mid Winter Convention. Thank you for your support. Jasper Lions Club & DG Larry Lion John R. Rupp 5M3 KidSight Chairman 525 Elm Ave. Westbrook, MN H: C:
10 Hadley Lions Annual Chili Cook-off Saturday, January 7, :00 p.m. Hadley Community Center Proceeds to a local family to assist with their high medical expenses. New Ulm Lions Club and the American Legion will be serving a Sauerkraut and Dumpling Meal Wednesday, January 18th from 5:00-7:00 p.m. New Ulm American Legion Club Rooms located at 13 South Minnesota St. New Ulm Coffee and Water will be included. Everyone is Welcome. Tyler Lions Club & Lake Benton Lion Club are joining together for a Benefit Pancake Breakfast for the Jerry Wendland Family Sunday January 8th, :00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Center Post in Lake Benton They lost their home in a fire earlier this fall. Hadley Lions conducted a Raffle for dugout improvements at the Hadley Buttermakers baseball field $7320 donated If you want the community involved in your club, YOUR club must be involved in YOUR community. New Member Sponsor Club Todd Erp Lion Gerry Gingles Canby Mike Wagner Lion Janette Pidde Comfrey Phil Goetstouwes Lion Robert Krinke Lamberton Laura Bast Beth Oslund Helen Keller Sight Awards In 1925, when Lions International was only seven years old, the legendary Helen Keller spoke to Lions members at their annual convention and challenged them to become knights of the blind in the crusade against darkness. That speech set the Lions course for their efforts in sight preservation. Looking at all that Helen Keller has accomplished, it is small wonder that the Lions are inspired by this exceptional woman and quite natural that the Minnesota Lions Vision Foundation developed the Helen Keller Sight Award as a tribute to her. Established in 1992, more than 4,900 Helen Keller Awards have now been bestowed on deserving recipients who have distinguished themselves on behalf of sight. The awards are an excellent way to honor a Lion, Lioness, non-lion individual, business, or organization. The award recipient receives a beautiful plaque and pin, and the recipient s name is displayed on a Helen Keller board in the University of Minnesota s Eye Clinic. PDG s LeRoy and Vickie are available to assist you with confirming your club s Helen Keller Sight Award balance, in ordering and in presenting the awards. Please consider honoring an individual, a group or a business that has supported your club by presenting them a Helen Keller Sight Award. If you have any questions about or are looking for suggestions on presenting Helen Keller awards, please contact PDG LeRoy or Vickie. Community Sight Service Projects For over 90 years, Lions have been supporting sight conservation efforts and aiding those with visual impairments. Projects such as Springfield Area Springfield Area Holden Salfer Lion Dean Fischer Wabasso used eyewear collection and the creation of Lions eye banks have received the majority of the accolades. WE are looking to hear about your club s efforts. If your club has a project or a fundraiser dedicated towards vision, we want to hear about it. We would like to share your stories and ideas with the rest of 5M-3. Amazon Amazon Smile If you make purchases on Amazon or Amazon Prime, you now have a great way to make a contribution to the Minnesota Lions Vision Foundation when using these on-line services. Just log into your Amazon account and enter Amazon Smile into the search bar. From there, you will be given the opportunity to register your charity of choice. Just type in Minnesota Lions Vision Foundation and you ll be able to link the Foundation to your Amazon account. The MLVF will receive a contribution equaling 0.5% of your purchase. Sign up and have your family and friends do the same. It s a perfect way to give a little bit extra. Please have your club or zone schedule one of us for a visit. We look forward to seeing you all at the Mid-Winter in Fairmont. Bring your used eyewear to drop off Vision booth! We ll have some great information to share with you. Thank you Lions, Lioness of 5M-3 for truly being Knights of the Blind. Vickie Radloff LeRoy Levorson
11 Lion Galen Engholm, Chair Merry Christmas from Can Do Canines. This is now time for me to bring you up to speed with what is going on at Can Do Canines. I am happy to announce that our Fetching the Ball gala that was held on Nov 12th was a great success. We raised $130,000 at the event. Then on November 17th there were 336 donators that gifted $43,176. There were 2 anonymous donors that matched $22,500 which brought the total for the day to $65,676. What a great deal. We collected enough to fully sponsor 2 teams. I also want to thank the Muenchow s for their effort of selling pies at their visits and to date they have collected $ from the clubs that they have visited. Thank for your generosity and the extra effort that DG Larry and Lion Sue are doing. I also have some boxes of candy bars and if your club is interested in selling as a club please contact me. I also have some little Can-Do-Canines puppies that I will be giving out for a donation of $50 to Can Do Canines. Anyone interested contact me for more information. As always I am always available to do a presentation at your club. I m looking forward to talking to you. What is your club doing for Worldwide Week of Service to Fight Hunger? Organize those plans now. One of these little cuties could be yours Milroy Lions Install 2 New Members Sponsor: Lion Cheri Appel, New Member Lions Anthony & Andrea Dolan and Club President David Shofner Lions Steve & Rae Collins
12 Is your Club Secretary reporting your volunteer hours to Lion Denise? WHY NOT? CLUB NAME JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC TOTAL Balaton Butterfield Canby Clarkfield Comfrey Cottonwood Echo Fairmont Fulda Granite Falls Hadley Hills Jackson Jasper Jasper Qarry Jeffers Community Lake Benton Lake Wilson Lakefield Lamberton Lucan Luverne Madelia Marshall Milroy Morgan Mountain Lake New Ulm Pipestone Redwood Falls Sherburn Sleepy Eye St.James Tracy Truman Tyler Vesta Wabasso Walnut Grove Westbrook Windom Worthington TOTAL
13 ~District 5M3 Membership Update~ Number of Members: June 30, Number of Members: November 30, Members Added: + 64 Members Dropped: - 43 Net Loss/Gain: + 21 Number of Clubs in the District: 43 Have YOU Asked Someone to be a Lion TODAY? Jan 6-7 5M5 & 5M6 Mid Winter Conventions Mpls Jan 8 Lake Benton Benefit Breakfast Jan 9 Mountain Lake visit Jan 12 Walnut Grove visit Jan 17 Clarkfield visit Jan 18 Wabasso visit Jan 25 Balaton visit Jan 26 Zone Meeting Balaton Jan m11 or 5m4 Mid Winter Jasper Quarry Lions Club & DG Larry DG Larry presents a Melvin Jones Fellow to Lion Ron Plaetz Region 1 Zone 2 Chair Thursday, January 27, 6:00 p.m. Bensons by the Lake Balaton Lion Kathy Pearson Clubs: Balaton Lake Benton Marshall Tracy Tyler Walnut Grove Region 2 Zone 3 Chair Monday, January 9, 5:30 p.m. Social 6:30 p.m. Meal ($10.00) Lakefield VFW Hall On Hwy 86 Lion Don Kuehl Clubs: Fairmont Jackson Lakefield Mountain Lake Sherburn Truman *Make checks payable to Lakefield VFW **Bring Food Shelf Donation Echo Lions Club hosting Community Turkey Bingo 5M3 Peace Poster Winner is from the Hadley Lions Club Tanner Graphenteen of the Murray County School
14 5M3 District Governor Larry Muenchow th St, Tracy MN Lions Larry & Sue 2nd Tuesday 7 p.m. Lion Leonard Leenderts ~ President Is your club missing? If so, tell your club officers to sponsor the District Newsletter for $40.00 a year. Payable to the 5M3 Treasurer Lion Ron Robbins; (address on page 2) 2/4 Monday, 6:15 p.m. Lion Ryan Brinks ~ President 1st Thursday, 6:30 p.m. Lion Susan Goeman ~ President 3rd Monday, 7:00 p.m. Lion Connie Rupp ~ President 4th Monday, 6:00 p.m Lion Charles Egland ~ President 3rd Monday, 7:00 p.m. Lion Bob Quissell ~ President 1st Tuesday, 6:05 p.m. Lion Ron Petersen ~ President 2/4 Tuesday, 6:00 p.m. Lion Bessie Skalicky ~ President 2nd Thursday, 7:00 p.m. Lion Joe Plaetz ~ President 1/3 Wednesday, 6:00 p.m. Lion Harold Wolle ~ President 3rd Tuesday, 7 p.m. Lion Craig Wetter ~ President 2nd Thursday, 6:00 pm Lion Richard VanMoer ~ President 2nd Monday, 6:15 pm Lion Stanley Dopheide ~ President 2nd Monday 6:15 pm Lion Susan Evers ~ President 4th Monday, 6:00 pm Lion Jack VanEck ~ President 3rd Monday, 6:00 pm Lion Alan DenOuden ~ President 3rd Monday, 6:30 pm Lion ~ President 2nd Monday, 6:15 pm Lion jerry Logue ~ President 3rd Tuesday, 7:00 a.m. Lion Douglas Clevenger~President 1/3 Monday, 6:30 p.m. Lion Evonne Vosberg ~ President 4th Monday, 6:30 p.m. David Simonsen ~ President 2nd Monday, 6 p.m. Lion Dorene Poppe~ President 1st Monday, 6:00 p.m. Lion Rev Merrill Davis ~ President 2/4 Wednesday, 6:30 pm Lion John Holt ~ President 1/2 Thursday, 6:15 pm Lion Wil Burdorf ~ President 1st Thursday, 6:30 p.m. Lion David Shofner ~ President 3rd Tuesday, 6:30 p.m. Lion Ryan Beers ~ President 1st Monday, 6:30 p.m. Lion James Penske ~ President 2nd Monday, 6:15 p.m. Lion Jerry Logue~ President 3rd Monday, 7:00 p.m. Lion Susan Eitreim ~ President 3rd Thursday, 7:00 pm Lion Justin Hoepner ~ President 4th Wednesday, 7:30 pm Lion Don Buhl ~ President 2/4 Monday, 7 p.m. Lion Earl Cordes ~ President 2 Wednesday, 6:00 p.m. Lioness Gaelynne Bosch ~ President 2/3 Wednesday, 6:00 p.m. Lion Andrew Simon ~ President 2nd Monday, 6:30 pm Lion Russ Stobb ~ President