55 Lions attend Cabinet Meeting


Reports on activities, Service pins presented

By Charles Warner - cwarner@civitasmedia.com



Charles Warner | The Union Times Lion Sue Keith of the Union Lions Club poses with District Governor Lion H. Paul Dove during the District Cabinet Meeting at Grace United Methodist Church Thursday evening. Hosted by the Union Lions Club, the District Cabinet Meeting brought together the Lions Clubs in District 32D. The theme of the event was “Fall Harvest” and some Lions in attendance dressed in costumes that reflected that theme.


Charles Warner | The Union Times Lions from throughout District 32D gathered Thursday evening at Grace United Methodist Church for a Cabinet Meeting hosted by the Union Lions Club. The event, which involved reports on the activities of the Lions Club and the awarding of Service pins, was attended by a total of 55 Lions.


Charles Warner | The Union Times Lions Judy Caston, Barbara Holley, Mimi Charles, and Barbara Rippy pose for a picture during the Cabinet Meeting of the Lions Clubs of District 32D at Grace United Methodist Church Thursday evening. There were among the 55 Lions to attend the event which was hosted by the Union Lions Club.


Charles Warner |The Union Times The theme of Thursday’s Cabinet Meeting of the Lions Clubs of District 32D at Grace United Methodist Church Thursday was “Fall Harvest.” Some of the 55 Lions who attended the meeting dressed in costumes that reflected that theme. Among the Lions to do so were Lion Sue Keith (center) who dressed as a scarecrow and Lions Buddy and LeJune Cantrell who dressed as farmers.


UNION — More than 50 Lions — some of them in costume — attended a “Cabinet Meeting” of Lions Clubs Thursday evening at Grace United Methodist Church.

The event, which was hosted by the Union Lions Club, brought together Lions from throughout District 32D for an evening of reports, presentations, food, and fellowship, all set to a theme in keeping with the time of the year.

“It was fine, we had 55 people in attendance,” Past District Governor Lion George Goings said Friday in describing Thursday’s meeting. “It was an update as to all the activities going on in our district at the present time.”

Goings said that in addition to reports about the activities of the clubs of District 32D, there were also presentations of Service pins.

“We had Lions recognized for 40, 45, 50 years of membership,” Goings said. “The Service Chevrons are awarded in five-year increments.”

Some of the Lions present were wearing costumes, which Goings said reflected the theme of the event.

“The theme was ‘Fall Harvest’ and some Lions dressed appropriately,” Goings said. “We had a costume judging contest and Lion Sue Keith won ‘Best Scarecrow.’”

Charles Warner | The Union Times Lion Sue Keith of the Union Lions Club poses with District Governor Lion H. Paul Dove during the District Cabinet Meeting at Grace United Methodist Church Thursday evening. Hosted by the Union Lions Club, the District Cabinet Meeting brought together the Lions Clubs in District 32D. The theme of the event was “Fall Harvest” and some Lions in attendance dressed in costumes that reflected that theme.
http://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_IMG_0025Lions.jpgCharles Warner | The Union Times Lion Sue Keith of the Union Lions Club poses with District Governor Lion H. Paul Dove during the District Cabinet Meeting at Grace United Methodist Church Thursday evening. Hosted by the Union Lions Club, the District Cabinet Meeting brought together the Lions Clubs in District 32D. The theme of the event was “Fall Harvest” and some Lions in attendance dressed in costumes that reflected that theme.

Charles Warner | The Union Times Lions from throughout District 32D gathered Thursday evening at Grace United Methodist Church for a Cabinet Meeting hosted by the Union Lions Club. The event, which involved reports on the activities of the Lions Club and the awarding of Service pins, was attended by a total of 55 Lions.
http://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_IMG_0031Lions.jpgCharles Warner | The Union Times Lions from throughout District 32D gathered Thursday evening at Grace United Methodist Church for a Cabinet Meeting hosted by the Union Lions Club. The event, which involved reports on the activities of the Lions Club and the awarding of Service pins, was attended by a total of 55 Lions.

Charles Warner | The Union Times Lions Judy Caston, Barbara Holley, Mimi Charles, and Barbara Rippy pose for a picture during the Cabinet Meeting of the Lions Clubs of District 32D at Grace United Methodist Church Thursday evening. There were among the 55 Lions to attend the event which was hosted by the Union Lions Club.
http://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_IMG_0030Lions.jpgCharles Warner | The Union Times Lions Judy Caston, Barbara Holley, Mimi Charles, and Barbara Rippy pose for a picture during the Cabinet Meeting of the Lions Clubs of District 32D at Grace United Methodist Church Thursday evening. There were among the 55 Lions to attend the event which was hosted by the Union Lions Club.

Charles Warner |The Union Times The theme of Thursday’s Cabinet Meeting of the Lions Clubs of District 32D at Grace United Methodist Church Thursday was “Fall Harvest.” Some of the 55 Lions who attended the meeting dressed in costumes that reflected that theme. Among the Lions to do so were Lion Sue Keith (center) who dressed as a scarecrow and Lions Buddy and LeJune Cantrell who dressed as farmers.
http://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_IMG_0029Lions.jpgCharles Warner |The Union Times The theme of Thursday’s Cabinet Meeting of the Lions Clubs of District 32D at Grace United Methodist Church Thursday was “Fall Harvest.” Some of the 55 Lions who attended the meeting dressed in costumes that reflected that theme. Among the Lions to do so were Lion Sue Keith (center) who dressed as a scarecrow and Lions Buddy and LeJune Cantrell who dressed as farmers.
Reports on activities, Service pins presented

By Charles Warner

cwarner@civitasmedia.com

Charles Warner can be reached at 864-762-4090.

Charles Warner can be reached at 864-762-4090.

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