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Having fun installing new officers was the Grant Lion’s Club at the 67th annual charter night banquet on May 28. (Front row, l-r): Lee Reimann, assistant installer and past district governor from Ogallala; Ron Patrick, head installer and District 38L governor and Jerry McArtor, standing in for Trent Patrick, installed as Tail Twister. Middle row: Ivan Regier, standing in for Leon Regier, installed as president; Ken Hightower, new reporting secretary; Leon Kumor, standing in for Evan Eberly, third vice president; Lisa Schroder, recording secretary; Ted Tietjen, membership chairman; Tom Schroder, first vice president; Michael Rod, second vice president. Back row: Al Proctor, treasurer; Gary Talich, Tail Twister; Leland Thomas, board of directors; Pat Wilson, standing in for Ashley Colglazier, board of directors; Mike Long, board of directors; Gloria Patrick, board of directors; Kevin Tickle, Lion Tamer. Funny hats helped demonstrate the duties for each officer.


 

At the annual family picnic held by the Lion’s Club at the United Methodist Church in Grant, district governor Ron Patrick presented Lion’s Club President Betty Thomas with the 100 percent Lion’s Club award for an outstanding club.

 

 

Ken Hightower (left) and Mike Long (center) were presented the Melvin Jones Fellows award from district governor Ron Patrick at the charter night banquet on May 28.

 

 

New members inducted into the Grant Lion’s Club on Wednesday, June 11 were Marilyn Regier and John Van Lieu, both of Grant. Pictured, from left to right, Gloria Patrick sponsor for Regier, Regier, Van Lieu, LaVerne Poppe, sponsor for Van Lieu, Ron Patrick, district governor.

 

(Photos by Tim Linscott)