Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Shaggy Tales Volume 14 Issue 7

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The February 2016 Edition of the club newsletter is available to view or download as a PDF file at this link. Click to view and/or download it to your computer. This latest edition contains a message from President Linda, the Leo Lair, a message from District Governor Kathy Ridder and the biography of our February 8 speaker State Representative Steve Mentzer.
January

December

November

October

September

Dates to Remember

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February 13 - Leos at Lititz Fire & Ice Chilli Cookoff.

February 22 - Regular Meeting & Board Meeting.

February 27 - MTHS MiniThon Breakfast.

March 5 - Melvin Jones Breakfast.

March 6 - District Bowling Tournament - Dutch Lanes.

March 14 - Regular Meeting - David Everly - Lancaster Airport Manager.

March 19 - Basket Bingo - Neff School.

March 26 - Easter Egg Hunt - Manheim Twp Community Park.

March 27 - Easter.

March 28 - Regular Meeting & Board Meeting.

February Birthdays

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We wish Happy Birthday to the following Lions: Rick Groff - February 3, Ron Henry - February 9, Sylvia Miller - February 20, George Groff - February 22 and Alice Pinto - February 26.

January Leo Lair


This past month our Leo club did not have any projects. We, however, spent our time planning for future events. In February, we have the Fire and Ice Chili Cook off, which we will be partnering up with Isaac’s once again. During this event, which takes place February 13th, we will be operating a chili stand during the event. In addition, we plan on serving breakfast during Manheim Township’s Minithon. Overall, the whole club is excited for our upcoming events and serving the community.


Editors Note; To view older editions of the Leo Lair, click on the Leo Lair Archives link located on the sidebar under the Leo Club Links section.

Friday, January 1, 2016

Sub Sale

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The Manheim Township Lions Club is currently selling tickets for seven varieties of S. Clyde Weaver Subs. Cost is $6.00 per ticket which can be purchased from any club member. Tickets can be redeemed at any time through November 15, 2016 at the following S. Clyde Weaver locations: East Petersburg Store, Lititz Pike Store, Lancaster Central Market,Lebanon and Wayne Markets. Thanks to Weavers for their community support!

Tuesday, December 22, 2015

December 14, 2015 Holiday Social


The 2015 Christmas Holiday Social was held at the Brethren Village Fieldcrest Dining Room on December 14. Thanks to Lions George and Sylvia for making the arrangements. An excellent meal of crab cakes or roasted pork loin was served.

After dinner we were entertained by Karl Hausman who accompanying himself on the piano, sang seasonal songs interspersed with humor.

Adult and children's hats, scarves, mittens and gloves were collected to be distributed by the Leos at the Clipper Magazine Stadium Christmas Eve food distribution event.

Click the following link to view a slideshow of this Holiday Social.

Thursday, November 12, 2015

The Heroes of Flight 93

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For our November 9th meeting with our guests from the Lititz Lions Club, Mal Fuller, a member of the board of Friends of Flight 93 National Memorial, Shanksville, PA presented a first hand account of his day when our nation was attacked entitled "9/11 AND THE HEROES OF FLIGHT 93."

Fuller learned air traffic control in the United States Air Force and worked for the Federal Aviation Administration for 36 years at Philadelphia International Airport, Pittsburgh International Airport, Baltimore and JFK International Airports as well as Lancaster and Capital City Airports.

He reviewed the events of 9/11/01 through the eyes of an air traffic watch supervisor who helped shut down the nation's airspace and who dealt with United 93 prior to its crash near Shanksville, PA. 

He related how “The 40 Heroes of Flight 93” forever changed the course of history.

On 9/11/01 Mal Fuller was watch supervisor of the Pittsburgh International Airport air traffic facilities. Shortly after the Pentagon was hit, Fuller evacuated the control tower and radar room when a hijacked plane, later determined to be United 93 which crashed near Shanksville, was headed directly for the airport

When he returned to the radar room after the evacuation, the aircraft was no longer under radar coverage. Shanksville is sixty eight nautical miles from Pittsburgh International Airport and eight miles beyond Pittsburgh's radar range.

Little did the nation know, nor understand what the 40 Heroes of Flight 93 did.

An excellent video of his day can be found at this link.

Additional information about the Flight 93 National Memorial and the Friends of Flight 93 can be found at this link.

Open this link to view a slideshow of the meeting.

Monday, September 28, 2015

Manheim Township Lions Invites Local Veterans to Join Club

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The Manheim Township Lions Club thanks veterans for their service and is offering local U.S. veterans a special opportunity to serve their community.

The Involve a U.S. Veteran Program is a nationwide initiative sponsored by Lions Clubs International that offers qualified U.S. veterans an entrance fee waiver of up to $30 when joining a local Lions club. The waiver is available to the first 5,000 U.S. veterans, and the program has been extended beyond June 30, 2015.

Eligible veterans include Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard personnel who are retired or were honorably-discharged from these services. National Guard and Reserve personnel who were called to active duty for other than training (persons may still be enlisted in these services) and other personnel the U.S. services consider a veteran are also eligible.

Lions clubs work as a team to get things done and we need veterans like you on our team. Serving your community can make an impact on people’s lives.

To learn more about the Involve a U.S. Veteran Program or the Manheim Township Lions Club click to contact Larry Miller or call him at (717) 569-5086. The club meets the second and fourth Mondays of each month at the Fieldcrest Dining Room at Brethren Village.

Click to view a Brochure for the Involve a U.S. Veteran Program. Click here to view the Manheim Township Lions Club brochure. Additional information can be found under the Lions Club Links section of the sidebar located on the right.

Lions Clubs International is the largest service club organization in the world. Its 1.35 million members in more than 46,000 clubs are serving communities in over 200 countries and geographical areas around the globe. Since 1917, Lions clubs have aided the blind and visually impaired, championed youth initiatives and strengthened local communities through hands-on service and humanitarian projects. For more information visit Lions Clubs International.

Sunday, September 20, 2015

Northeast Rotary Car Show - September 19, 2015


Thank you for your support at our food stand at The Northeast Rotary Car Show on September 19, 2015. We sold out of everything! 100% of the profits from our fund raising efforts are used to support Lions District 14-D projects and our community projects.

Click on the following link to view a slide show of the activities at the Car Show. by members of the Club.

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Manheim Township Lions Club Annual Picnic - August 24, 2015

The 2015 Manheim Township Lions Club Picnic was held August 24 at the Manheim Township Community Park. Thanks to Lion Rick for organizing this event, Lion Alice for ordering the food and Lion George for steaming the corn. In spite of a light rain, a good time was had by all.

Click the following link to view a slide show of the picnic.

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Clubs Donate Curriculum Materials to the Manheim Township School District


2015 marks the twelfth year that the Manheim Township Lions Club in partnership with the Manheim Township Leo Club and Lions District 14-D has donated Lion’s Quest curriculum materials to the Manheim Township School District. The Manheim Township Leo Club Seniors would have been in the first grade when this program was first introduced. Lions Quest is a life skills and drug prevention program of Lions Clubs International Foundation, which has been implemented in more than 50 countries around the world.

The most widely used of the three Lions Quest programs, Skills for Adolescence, is taught as part of the sixth grade curriculum. This program helps youth, parents and teachers cope with the physical, emotional and social challenges of the early adolescent years. It is a comprehensive life skills and drug prevention curriculum that emphasizes character development, communication, decision making, and service-learning guiding young people toward healthy choices and a drug, alcohol and violence-free lifestyle.

Click on the following link to read an article by Quest teacher, Lori Shenk about the Quest Program.

Click on the following link to read an article by Leo president Ross about his experience with the Quest Program.

Use this link to view an informational video about Lions Quest.

Click on the following link to view a slideshow of the labeling of the Quest Materials by members of the Clibs.

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