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Roberts talks about upcoming Lions' blood drive

The Jamestown Lions Club met Tuesday, Nov. 15 at Sabir's Buffalo Grill. President Kathy Clemens opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance, and Ed Anderson gave the table grace.

Jamestown Lions Club member Gen Nagel, left, receives his 40-year membership award from District Gov.-elect Keith Zeutschel. Submitted
Jamestown Lions Club member Gen Nagel, left, receives his 40-year membership award from District Gov.-elect Keith Zeutschel. Submitted

The Jamestown Lions Club met Tuesday, Nov. 15 at Sabir's Buffalo Grill. President Kathy Clemens opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance, and Ed Anderson gave the table grace.

Dwaine Heinrich reported on the annual Jamestown Lions' Buffalo Feed. The date of the event will be Feb. 1. Tickets are available for sale.

Weldon Roberts, donor recruitment representative for United Blood Services, spoke about the upcoming Jamestown Lions' blood drive. The event will be Tuesday, Dec. 6, at North Dakota Farmers Union. New donors are needed.

The guest speaker was Keith Zeutschel, Lions district governor-elect for District 5NE. Zeutschel spoke about the Lions Club International Centennial Convention and Celebration next year. The convention will be June 30-July 4 in Chicago. Lions International is the world's largest civic club with 1.4 million members worldwide. The theme for the Centennial is "New Mountains to Climb." Zeutschel also spoke about his visit to the new facility for Leaders Dogs for the Blind in Michigan. Lions International can take pride in supporting the capital campaign to make this possible and for the donations needed for operational expenses. Zeutschel also presented 40-year membership award to Glen Nagel. Ron Fuchs received the 40-year membership award.

The Jamestown Lions meet at 6 p.m. the first and third Tuesday of each month at Sabir's Buffalo Grill. Prospective members and guests are welcome.

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For more information, contact Randy Lebahn at 952-8337.

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