secretary, and Roy Biederman as treasurer.
Directors are Thomas English, Wayne Hawkes and Bill Plumley. Don
Ainsworth as Lion Tamer is responsible for club property and Robert
Dollenmayer's duty as Tail Twister is to collect fines for the club's
social program, separate from its significant service budget.
Outgoing president Appan Subramanian thanked members for their support
and did not appear reluctant to turn over the reins of the club after two
consecutive terms. New president Dillon was glad to relinquish the
treasurer's duties after four years in that position.
Dillon, Adams and Leone were the club's delegates to Hawaii last
month, joining 20,000 other Lions for the annual Lions International
convention. Obviously a difficult assignment, they will report to the
club at tomorrow's meeting.
Host Lions' officers seated
Bob Hynes was installed as president of the Glendale Host Lions,
having served in that capacity several years ago. His officers are First
Vice President Brad Barnes, Second Vice President Marc Calderon,
Secretary Bill Nielsen and Treasurer Ted Walters, retiring president.
Directors are each responsible for particular duties: Jack King for
membership, Allyn Haycox is historian, Tom Barnes is Tail Twister, Dick
Holway chairs school projects, Ed Vancura organizes social programs and
Ingrid Slowskei in Sunshine Chair.
The Rev. Bill Bowman bears the title Sky Pilot for his duties in
giving the weekly benediction. Dave Greenbaum is chairman of the White
Cane service project. A major project is providing 100 children with
The club meets at noon each Wednesday at Chevy Chase Country Club.
Masons have Western Night
Harry Missakian, master of Glendale Masonic Lodge No. 368, announces
the lodge's first Western Night on July 18. The Chuckwagon-style dinner
is at 6:30 p.m. with a western band and line dancing following at 7:30
p.m. at the Glendale Masonic Temple.
"Even if you don't dance," Missakian said, "please join us for dinner
and a good show watching others dance. The cost is only $10 per person."
Contact Missakian for reservations at 244-4072.
Elks hold Charity Ball
Glendale Elks Lodge No. 1289 holds its Charity Ball on Saturday, July
22, at its hall on Colorado Street.
Highlights are a gourmet meal, drawings, and a four-piece band with
female lead singer. Tickets are $25 per person. Reservations are required
and can be made by calling 242-2105.
VICTOR LEGERTON writes about service clubs on alternating Wednesdays.
He can be reached at home by phone at 248-7796, fax at 249-7575, or
e-mail at email@example.com, or at the office by phone at 354-8838.