Will be assisting Trinity River Food Bank on Tuesday, 13 July. Could use help from other Zone Clubs.
Planning to do a Community Assessment
Currently running Raffle Tickets for Vision fundraiser
Planning to attend Crosby-Huffman CoC Annual New Educators lunch in August.
Baytown Lions Club awarded a Melvin Jones Fellowship to Lion Harvey M. Oyler III
Received 501(c)3 designation
Planning annual fundraisers – pancake supper, chili supper, and spaghetti dinner.
Gave out eight $1000 scholarships to graduates from Huffman-Hargrave HS
Planning for annual First Reader Books for Kindergarten students in fall.
Have Meet & Greet with Huffman-Hargrave School District planned for August 8th
Humble Noon Club
Held Film Festival fundraiser on 26 June.
DG visit held on 8 July
Arranging service dog for teenager in Porter
2018 move over here come 2021 stay under for new staff pictures as camp opens tomorrow
While this isn't strictly for our District or State, it's a great way to learn about the global impact that Lions have world wide. Global Action Team (GAT) from OSEAL English Speaking Areas bring you the GAT New Year Get-together (GAT NYGT 2.0) to celebrate the starting of fiscal year 2021-2022. Register at bit.ly/GATNYGT2122. We will have great speakers to speak on various topic including our International President 2021-2022 to deliver the Presidential message, success stories sharing. Other activities includes announcement of GAT Award winners and Kahoot Quiz session. See you!
Lisa's Message from June 2021
As a new Lions year approaches, I am in awe of the opportunities that lie ahead for our organization. The team of Lions that have stepped up to leadership roles at the District level continue to amaze me each day. Their solid commitment to find solutions and their dedication to the grassroots Lions show why they were identified as leaders. They are all about the “I can…We will” philosophy of 2021-22 knowing that they have been empowered, are being heard and can make a difference.
This past weekend, the Leadership Team gathered for their final official training before the July 1 beginning of the new Lions year. There was such a feeling of togetherness and excitement in the air. The abundant sharing of information was heart warming and connections were made that will last a lifetime. The participants left full of knowledge that will allow them to better serve each and every Lion of District 2-S2.
Although 2021-22 may look and feel different than other years in Lionism – it really is exactly the same as every other. It is community minded men and women looking for ways to serve others. As Lions, we have the opportunity to touch so many lives ever day. Don’t miss an opportunity. An Unknown Author wrote “If you want to touch the past, touch a rock. If you want to touch the present, touch a flower. If you want to touch the future, touch a life.” As Lions we are afforded, more than most, the ability to touch the future.
The new year stands before us like a chapter in a book, waiting to be written. Our goals and direction are clear. The characters are set. This is not chapter 1 nor the final chapter in the Lions District 2-S2 book, however, after its written and read, I hope it adds an important piece to the story along with a smile to your face by knowing that each and every one of you are represented on the pages.
Editor's Note: Since we did not publish a newsletter in June, I thought it was appropriate that this be included in the July issue. -Lion David
Paw Prints is the official newsletter of the Texas Lions District 2-S2. This edition was pulled together by Lion David Greene and Lion Kayla Argueta. Email any submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions deadline was extended by one day, which is why the publishing date was a day late.