October President's Message:

The Ball Drop is over, did I hear Ron say something, and from all accounts this one was the best one yet. MANY THANKS RON. As of the meeting Monday, 9/15/14, the project made more money that the last one, or the one before that. The un-audited net income was reported as $2432.63. A large THANK YOU goes out to the following Lions for their precipitation: 

Ron and Joan Fracalossi, Bob and Patti Barto, Dave Ashley, Sue Morrell, Bill

Waterson, Archie and Delores Barringer, Jerry and Lisa Novarro, and

Clarence Hales.

Everyone did a good job and I think fun was had by all. Even if it did rain on us.

We will start our monthly programs in October. I hope to have a speaker at least once a month, usually the last meeting of the month. I will try to get all of the business out of the way during our first meeting. If anyone has a suggestion for a speaker, please feel free to let me know and I will contact that person and try and work out a time and date.

Our speakers for October through February are:

  1. October, 1st Sargent Burt Reaves of the Brunswick County Sherriff’s Office. He will address Safety Overall.

  2. November, The Honorable Eulis Willis, Mayor of Navassa. He will discuss the Gullah Geechee language and its origin.

  3. December –District Governor Carol Weeks, Christmas Party 12/1/2014.

  4. January, Jim McKee, a historic Interpreter at Brunswick Town/Fort Anderson. Jim is also an authority of the history of Brunswick County and the surrounding area.  

  5. February, Irwin Siegelwax, 2nd Vice District Governor, District 31-H and 1st Vice District Governor elect of the new 31-N. He is also Brighter Vision Chairman and will address us on Brighter Vision.
Our second public vision screening was a huge success. We had a 300% increase over the first one. (We had 3 people attend.) Thanks to Lions Lisa Novarro, Dave Ashley, and Lou Purin. Our next screening is 10/28/2014. I hope to have another 300% increase over this last one. We will evaluate the program after this next one and make a decision as to go ahead or stop. 


Please keep Sue Sands, Loretta Skinner and Lucinda Waterson in your prayers during their bout with sickness. 
See everyone at our next meeting, 10/6/2014.

Thank you for allowing me to serve you as President.  
Archie Barringer II  

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About Us: Organized in 2009, the North Brunswick Lions Club members have a common interest in serving their neighbors and local communities including Leland, Belville, Navassa, and the greater northern Brunswick County area. We strive to fulfill the motto of Lions Clubs International, WE SERVE. Our fund-raising events provide the means for services to our community, especially eyeglasses, eye screening, and aid to the visually impaired.

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