Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Lorain Lions and LHS Leos Volunteer at Second Harvest

Leos get a brief orientation and training before starting the work of inspecting, cleaning and sorting food for boxing up.

A very attentive group of Leos gets ready for some real work.

LHS Leos Sly (left) and Quint (right), who are also members of the highly successful LHS Titans football team,  have to have very good eyesight to find those expiration dates..  

Lion Kevin Goodwin talks to reporter Carol Harper of The Morning Journal about the Leos and the importance of community service for high school students.

Five Lion supervisors (Glenn Owen, Bruce Bevan, Ralph O'Hara and Dan Asensio) point out the scrap of paper missed by Lion Barry Buck who just finished sweeping up the huge work area.

Lions Ralph, Glenn, Mitch and Vivian Fallis after a satisfying hour of volunteering at Second Harvest.

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Sherrif's Department Describes Project Lifesaver Program and Equipment

At the Lorain Lions November 17 luncheon meeting, Lorain County Sheriff Phil Stammitti, Chief Deputy Dennis Cavanaugh and deputies Robert Vansant and Mark Bungard demonstrated how Project Lifesaver detection system works for finding lost individuals.  It is a remarkable technology that locates lost individuals in less than 30 minutes on average and has prevented loss of life since going into use in 1999.

Tax deductible donations can be made to support Project Lifesaver Lorain County by sending a check made out to "Amherst Lions Club Foundation" (include "Project Lifesaver" in memo line) and mailing it to:
Project Lifesaver Lorain County
P.O. Box 273
Amherst, OH  44001

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Lorain County Extension Agent Speaks to Lions

John Schoenhals, Cooperative Extension Agent for Lorain County, explained the services of his agency and answered questions ranging from the state of agriculture in Lorain County to how to deal with lawn conditions and plant diseases posed by club members.  Agent Schoenhals has a Master's Degree from OSU and began his position in the county this past June.

Monday, November 7, 2016

Lorain High Leos serve at Lions breakfast

Thanks to these photographs by Lorain High School Leo Club advisor Lori Pyers-Goodwin of our successful Lorain Lions Club breakfast on Sunday, Nov. 6, at the Lorain IAV Post 1 in Lorain.