Nevada Lions Club Pictures
CLUB PICTURES 2018-2019
Nevada Lions setup a display table at the Nevada Middle School for the
Language Arts class presentations for their parents. November 6 & 8, 2018.
Nevada Downtown Trick or Treat with Lion (Paul Malsom), Charlene Jarboe, and
John Beals. October 30, 2018.
Ellie Engelbrecht, Constituent Relations Coordinator for the Iowa Lions Eye
Bank was our speaker for the evening. She spoke on organ donation in general
and eye tissue donors in particular. Here she is receiving a Lions Mug from 1VP
Paul Malsom. October 24, 2018.
Three Nevada Lions helped Amanda Hoffman show 8th graders how to tie neck
ties. October 24, 2018.
Three Nevada Lions helped Amanda Hoffman show 7th graders how to tie neck
ties. October 24, 2018.
Lion Terence Beaston presenting a Lions Mug to Park Ranger Luke Feilmeier
for Luke's presentation on the plans to refurbish Hickory Grove Lake. October
Part of the Nevada Lions Club KidSight Screening Team prepared to take
eye pictures of preschool kids at Lil' Clubs in Nevada, Iowa. Loren Heckathorne
is the photographer and Willy Morfitt the Recorder. Jerry Radke is taking their
picture. September 27, 2018.
Ed Gilliland, Human Resourses Supervisor at the Eldora Training School is
being presented a Lions Mug by Bob Hunter. Ed spoke to our club about his
job at the school. September 26, 2018.
Lion Charlene Jarboe presented a program on growing and displaying flowers.
September 12, 2018.
District Governor Charlotte Miller being presented with a Lions Mug for
her program by Club President Susan Radke. August 22, 2018.
Secretary Loren Heckathorne being presented with a Warren Coleman Award by
District Governor Charlotte Miller and Bob Hunter receiving his Warren Coleman
Award from Club President Susan Radke. August 22, 2018.
Nevada Lions held their annual Awards Picnic at North Park in Nevada on
August 8, 2018.
50-year member, Dick Settle received a 50-Year Chevron from President
Susan Radke. August 8, 2018.
Lion President Susan Radke presented $500 checks to the 2018 Scholarship
winners: Mackenzie Garrett - Ray McDaniel Lions Scholarship and Dan Kellen - Dr.
Leonard Maliet Memorial Lions Scholarship. They will receive the second $500
in January 2019.
Volunteer of the Year Mike Seaboch received a Lions Statute from Immediate
Past President Jerry Radke. August 8, 2018.
Lion of the Year Jim Fenn received a Lions Plaque from Immediate Past
President Jerry Radke. August 8, 2018.
Nevada Lions served pancakes to the 2018 RAGBRAI riders from the Nevada
Firehall as they made their way through Nevada on July 25, 2018.
Dan Johnson, Vice President at the State Bank & Trust was Lion Mike Seaboch's
program for the evening. Dan spoke about his history and about banking in
general. Dan accepted a Lions Mug from Mike as a token of our appreciation
for his presentation. July 11, 2018.
Nevada Lions Club Float in the 2018 4th of July Parade. Eight Nevada Lions
participated. L to R: Paul Malsom, John Beals, Charlene Jarboe, Loren
Heckathorne, Lion (Susan Radke), Bob Hunter, and Jim Fenn. The empty chair had
been occuplied by Jerry Radke (taking the picture). July 4, 2018.
President Elect for 2018-2019, Susan Radke, receiving the gavel from
President Jerry Radke at our last meeting of the year. Susan then adjourned
the meeting. June 27, 2018.
Former Marine Sgt Tyler Heintz spoke on his involvement in a military
operation in Syria that led to the withdrawal of ISIS from its Capitol City.
Lion Carlene Hunter, his grandmother, presents him with a Lions Mug for his
very interesting program. June 27, 2018.
DG Judy Stone, far right in back, installed the newly elected Nevada Lions
Officers for 2018-2019. Back row: Director Jim Fenn, Tail Twister Steve Jordening,
1VP Paul Malsom, Treasurer John Beals, Secretary Loren Heckathorne, and DG Judy
Stone. Front row: Tail Twister Sandy Richardson, 2VP Charlene Jarboe, Lion
Tamer Carlene Hunter, and President Susan Radke. Missing were 3VP Charles Lloyd,
Membership Directors Terence Beaston & Mike Miller, and Director Elijah Hansen.
June 27, 2018.
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