Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Lions learn about LCCC's many courses and new Lorain Learning Center

Dina Ferrer, coordinator of Lorain County Community Colleges Lorain Learning Center, brought Lorain Lions up to date at the Thursday, Feb. 12 noon meeting concerning what is available for residents at the newly opened Center located at Cityview Center across from Lorain City Hall.

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Lorain Lions and friends enjoy District 13B Bowling Tourney

Three teams made up of Lorain Lions, family and friends took part in the Feb. 8 District 13B Bowling Tourney at Rebman Recreation Lanes in Lorain. A collection was held at the event where $314 was raised for the Eyes for Andy project Lorain Lions have been and are supporting to allow a Firelands High School student, blind since birth, to regain some sight through a new procedure using his own stem cells. Below are photos of those attending, along with PCC Sharon Parker and members of the Lorain Harbor Lions who hosted the event. A total of 18 four-person teams participated, including three teams from the District's newest club, Gibsonburg Lions Club. The bottom photo show Lorain Lion Robert Kerecz and his grandson, Bobby Jr., who is visually impaired. Everyone had a great time!

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Monarch chevrons awarded at Lorain Lions banquet

Here are Lorain Lions honored with chevrons on Nov. 5 by 1st Vice President Frank Csubak.
Lion Dick Comer -- 35 years
Lion President Kim Worden -- 30 years
Lion Zone Chairman Ken Cromer -- 30 years
Lion Bruce Bevan -- 25 years
Lion Jean Lee -- 15 years

Others honored who were absent: Lion Dave Burns, 25 years; Lion Dan Rohrbacher, 20 years, former Lion Pete Castillo, 15 years.

Thursday, January 22, 2015


Here are the Lorain Lions who will be receiving chevrons to mark their years of service as Lions. They will be honored at our Thursday, Feb. 5, Monarch Banquet at Rebman's On the Avenue beginning with 6:30 p.m social time and dinner at 7 p.m., with Second Vice District 13B Governor Steve Cochie speaking and presenting the chevrons. Cost of dinner will be $12.
Lion E. Richard (Dick) Comer -- 35 years
Lion Kim Y. Worden -- 30 years
Lion Kenneth L Cromer -- 30 years
Lion Bruce John Bevan -- 25 years
Lion David J. Burns -- 25 years
Lion Dan Rohrbacher -- 20 years
Lion Pedro J. (Pete) Castillo -- 15 years
Lion Jean E. Lee -- 15 years

Tuesday, January 20, 2015


Lorain Lions Ken Cromer, Zone 4 chairperson, and Dan Smith, District 13B Public Relations and Marketing chairman and District Webmaster, pose with District 2nd Vice Governor Steve Cochie at the charter celebration for the new Gibsonburg Lions Club on Jan. 10. It was an inspirational evening recognizing this dynamic new club with 34 members. Reminder, 2nd Vice Gov. Cochie will be the featured speaker at the Lorain Lions Club Monarch Dinner on Thursday, Feb. 2, at Rebman's On the Avenue beginning at 7 p.m. He will also present to chevrons to the Lions honored at this event for their years of service.


William Harper, executive director of United Way of Lorain County, spoke at the Jan. 15 Lorain Lions noon meeting about the United Way's unique project of serving the needy in the area by helping agencies and organizations cooperate to achieve success.


Dr. John Smith, a Lorain Lion, spoke at the Jan. 8 Lorain Lions night meeting, on the new technology available for treating those who are visually impaired. It was a very informative program.