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District Governor's night in Elkins

Dear Lions,
We finally have a final confirmation of a location for the Elkins Lions, Roaring Creek Lions, Elkins Lioness District Governor's Night.  Henry G's Restaurant in the Seneca Mall in Elkins is  willing to close early on Monday Nov. 12 in order to allow us to set up there for our special night.  We will have snacks at 6pm with a sit down turkey dinner served beginning at 6:15.  If you are not familiar with Henry G's it faces on Third Street in Elkins (turn at the light on Randolph onto Third) Come past the Post Office/Federal Building and Citizen's Bank.  Turn Left onto Kerens (JoJo's is on that corner).  Turn right in the same block into the parking lot by Seneca Mall.  You will be able to enter the Seneca Mall entrance and Henry G's is on your right inside the door.  We greatly appreciate that they were willing and able to accommodate us at this late date.  Hope to see you on Monday night.
Jane Corley

Project Refresh

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Hurricane Sandy Relief

Lions of District 29 I,

Many of you are aware of the widespread power outages and the two feet or more of
heavy, wet snow that fell in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Some of our nearby
neighbors are still without power since Monday, October 29. One of our local Lions
reported today that he is using $300.00 of gasoline alone per week just to run his

Districts I and N have been the hardest hit in the state. Counties in District 29 I that I am
aware of that have been affected by the storm include Grant, Tucker, Randolph, Barbour,
and Upshur. There may even be others that I have no knowledge of their losses. Many
people in these counties lost food due to power outages and the local food pantries are
struggling to provide enough food for those in need of their services. Some homes have
been damaged due to downed trees, and others are in need of funds in order to be able to
heat their homes.

Many of our Lions have contacted the four District Governors of West Virginia wanting
to know what they can do to help our local citizens in their time of immediate need. The
District Governors have decided to use part of the funds available in the First Response
Fund. Each District Governor has access to $1,000 each to begin providing immediate
relief to hardest hit areas in our state. District L gave their share to District I, and District
O gave their share to District N. We are asking our Lions in the areas that have been
hardest hit by this storm to help us determine the needs in their area.

If your club or club members wish to contribute to this relief effort in District 29 I, you
may do so by sending a check made payable to “District 29 I” stating that the money
be used for the “WV Disaster Relief” effort. Please send your donations to Cabinet
Secretary/Treasurer P. Doug Long, P. O. Box 988, Fort Ashby, WV 26719.

Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) has committed $200,000 towards relief to
those hardest hit in those states along the East Coast. Lions and Lions Clubs may wish
also to send their donations to the LCIF Disaster Relief Fund.

It has been brought to my attention as to whether the District Governors have approached
LCIF for relief funds. All four of the District Governors agreed that we would rather see
LCIF help those in New York and New Jersey and other areas that were nearly destroyed
by this disaster. Even though West Virginia has suffered some damages, our problems
are minor compared to our other neighbors along the East Coast.

If you wish to send a donation to this relief effort, I encourage you to do so immediately.
If you wish to help out in some other way, do not hesitate to do so. Thank you in
advance for your concern and please remember…………..
We Are Lions and LIONS DELIVER!!!

District 29 I



My name is Lion Barbara Fishel.  I am the District Governor for 29 I.  Below is my current calendar.



May 4-6, 2012
WV Lions MD Convention, Ramada Inn, Morgantown UM Church

Mission Statement



District 29-I Fall Conference (Oct 19-20).  Download registration form below (lodging info):



Updated 5/7/2012

To view the current schedule for use of the Stand-Alone(Portable) Screening Equipment, Clicking Here:


First Cabinet Meeting in Charlestown: August 4, 2012 (motel rates)
Fellow Lions,
It is with great excitement that MD35, Lions of Florida and the Bahamas, are hosting the 36 th annual USA/Canada Lions Leadership Forum in Tampa September 13-15!  We have had a tremendous team of Lions working together for several years to make this year's Forum the best ever!  There will be exciting seminars, moving motivational speakers, and many new friends to make in Tampa! You can read all about it in the official newsletter of the USA/Canada Lions Leadership Forum newsletter, Destination Tampa!
There are so many things to do in the Tampa area - ride the roller coasters at Bush Gardens, visit the animals at the Lowry Park Zoo, trek to Ybor City and see how they make cigars, or take a dinner cruise on the Yacht Starship only minutes away from the convention center. 
We look forward to seeing you at the home of the Rays, Bucs and Lightning!
Yours in Lionism,
Donna Kay Spencer
Council Chair
MD35 - Florida and the Bahamas

US-Canada Lions forum
Leadership School: (Page 1, 2, 3, 4)


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Lion Mark