Lions Club Blog

The Lions Club builds homes for Habitat for Humanity

HH 2014The DCTC Lions Club put down a laminate wood floor and painted the interior walls of several town homes in Woodbury during MEA break. These homes were made for those less fortunate, and the Lions were there to help.  From left to right: Edward Garza. Marcus Leong, Patrick Lair, Sal Reza, Jeff Germundsen, Jeanne Hager, Jeff Hager, and Ayuba Dansoho.

Next Lions Club meeting is Nov. 5

The DCTC Lions will be meeting in room 2-603 at 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 5. All are invited to check out what the Lions Club does. In October, we have a 12-member team going to build a home for Habitat for Humanity.

Lions Club Banquet

Lions Club International

Lions Club International

Attention all Lions Club board members! There is a Lions Club International Banquet on October 29th at 6:00pm at the Green Mill in Hastings, MN. This is the District banquet so come and meet your fellow Lions! DCTC Lions Club covers the cost of all DCTC Lions board members.

Lions Club Meeting!

DCTC Lions Club

DCTC Lions Club

There will be a meeting on October 8th from 1:00-1:45pm in room 2-603. All students are invited and encouraged to come and see  what the Lions Club is planning for this semester! So join in for a quick meeting and get involved in DCTC Lions Club!

Meet the 2014 DCTC Lions Club Board of Directors!

The 2014 DCTC Lions Club Executive Board! From left to right: Marcus Leong, Treasurer; Todd Keppers, Vice-President; Jeff Germundsen, President; Megan Scherado, Tail Twister; Whitney Bunce, Marketing Director; Annette Keenan, Secretary; Brett Kolles, Advisor.lions 2014

Eyeglasses & Hearing Aids

Hearing aid and eyeglasses

Eyeglasses and Hearing Aids

 

Do you have a pair of old eye glasses or even an old set of hearing aids laying around? Well DCTC is looking for just that! You can drop off your donations in the Student Life Center or the Administration office on campus. The hearing aids and eye glasses will be donated to people who need them! Help DCTC help the communities in need!

 

DCTC Lions Supports Out of the Darkness Walk

The DCTC Lions Club participated once again this year in the annual Out of the Darkness walk to highlight suicide awareness and mental health challenges.  This is the third year the Lions have shown their support for this cause.  Turnout was huge:  The Lions joined roughly 500 others to show their support.  The event was held at Como Lake in St. Paul on September 14, 2014.

The next event the Lions will be participating in is  Habitat for Humanity, scheduled for Friday, Oct. 17.  This is MEA weekend, so students will not have to miss any classes.  The event runs from 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.  Lunch will be provided.  No skills are necessary – just a willingness to help build a home in Woodbury.  Please contact either Brett Kolles brett.kolles@dctc.edu  or Pat Lair  patrick.lair@dctc.edu if you are interested in helping.  There is a limit of ten volunteers.

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Lions Elect New Board for Fall Semester

Congratulations to the newly elected Lions Club board of directors!  This semester will prove to be once again a fun, purposeful, and memorable experience for the club.

President: Jeff Germundsen

Vice-President: Todd Keppers

Marketing Director: Whitney Bunce

Treasurer: Marcus Leong

Tail Twister: Megan Scherado

Secretary: Annette Keenan

The Lions Club board will have its first meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 17 at 1:00 p.m. in room 2-603.  Our first event will be the Out of the Darkness walk for suicide prevention this Sunday, Sept. 21 at the Como Park Pavilion.  We will meet at Como Park (Black Bear Crossing) at 10:30 a.m.  The walk goes until 12.30.  Here is the link for additional information:

http://afsp.donordrive.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.event&eventID=2716

 

 

First Lions Club meeting and election of officers on 9/10/14

LCI emblem_2C_287+7406The first meeting of the DCTC Lions Club will be on September 10, 2014, from 1:00 – 1:45 p.m. in room 2-700. If you are interested in joining the Lions Club as we build homes for Habitat for Humanity, take the Polar Plunge, run a food collection for the local food shelf and of course – the April Annual Chili Cook-Off, come to the meeting. If you are interested in a leadership role, we will be having elections for President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, Tail Twister, and Marketing Director.

Lions Club election to be held in September, 2014

We will be electing president, vice-president, treasurer, secretary, marketing director, and tail twister in September for a semester-long position. Specific date TBD! Check blog in August!