History 1990-2000 05 18C

Lions of Georgia

District 18 C

1990-2000

   
Terry Foreman
District Governor 18-C 1990-1991
Council International Convention Chairman
T. Lake Bishop, Jr.
District Secretary/Treasurer
   
W. Cyde Davis
District Governor 18-C 1991-1992
Council Vice Chairman
James Lapham
   
Troy L. Pullin
District governor 18-C 1992-1993
Council Vice Chairman
Alton B Churchwell
District Secretary/Treasurer
   
Joel D. Goings
District Governor 18-C 1993-1994
Council Special Projects Chairman
Royce Bowles
District Secretary/Treasurer
   
M. Clark Lamb, Jr.
District Governor 18-C 1994-1995
Council Treasurer
Chris Sumner
District Secretary/Treasurer
   
Herbert Hughes
District Governor 18-C 1995-1996
Council Treasurer
Chris Sumner
District Secretary/Treasurer
   
Cheryl G. Meadows
District Governor 18-C 1996-1997
Council Treasurer
Sharon Lamb
District Secretary/Treasurer
   
Terry Rouse
District Governor 18-C 1997-1998
Council treasurer
Ed Johnson
District Secretary/Treasurer
   
Frank D. Wohrley
District governor 18-C 1998-1999
Council Treasurer
M. Clark Lamb, Jr.
Cabint Secretary/Treasurer
     
David O’Scott
District Governor 18-C 1999-2000
Council Vice Chairman
Jim Sellers
District Secretary
Cindy Freeman
District Treasurer

1990-1991

Lion Terry Foreman was elected District Governor at the 18C Convention on March 1, 1990. Meeting was in Albany.

Serving the District was:

Clyde Davis Albany Lieutenant Governor
T Lee Bishop Jr Dougherty Secretary/Treasurer
Jimmy Black Jr PDG Cordele Cabinet Advisor
Jim Walker Albany Region 1
Robert A King Richland Zone 2
Dick Gage Albany Evening Zone 3
Gene Nobles Hawkinsville Region 2
David NeSmith Hawkinsville Zone 2
Tray Pullin Cordele Zone 3
Wilkes Milligan Moultrie Region 3
Alan Kimbro Sylvester Zone 1
Hershad “Harry” D Patel Valdosta Zone 2
Gary Gascho Chula Zone 3
James Lapham Camilla Region 4
Ralph Simpson Bainbridge Zone 1
Lloyd Baldwin Cairo Zone 2
Richard Hall Blakely Zone 3
W Terry Foreman Camp for the Blind Vice President
James E Ervin Eye Bank Vice President
Meridth Y Kelly Lighthouse Vice President
Jimmy E Black LCIF
George Erwin Jr Historian
George Erwin Jr Leader Dog

The 18C convention was held March 2, 1991 in Albany. International Director Otto Strobino from New Britain, Connecticut was the speaker. Lions James Lapham and Ralph Simpson were presented International Certificates of Appreciation. Lion Jim Carithers was presented with his certificate and pin for 55 years as a charter member of the Moultrie Lions Club. Miss Georgia Lion Pageant was held with seventeen lovely young ladies competing. District winner was Mary Virginia Reynolds sponsored by the Camilla Lions club. First runner up was Ivy Adams sponsored by the Dougherty Lions Club.

1991-1992

W. Clyde Davis was elected District Governor of 18C at the District Convention on March 2, 1991.

Serving on the District Cabinet were:

Troy Pullin Cordele Lieutenant Governor
James Lapham Camilla Secretary/Treasurer
W Terry Foreman Doughtery Council Advisor
Clark Lamb Americus Region 1
Dr Clinton Holloway Plains Zone 2
S Don McClure Albany Evening Zone 2
Curtis Browning Cordele Region 2
Gary Sinyard Hawkinsville Zone 2
Lee Cook Cordele Zone 3
Gary Gascho Chula Region 3
Walter Brooks Fitzgerald Zone 1
Harshad “Harry” D Patel Valdosta Zone 2
Roy R Robertson Adel Zone 3
Ralph Simpson Bainbridge Region 4
Charles Barineau Donalsonville Zone1
Robert Lane Gainey Cairo Zone 2
Charles James Pelham Zone 3
W Terry Foreman Camp Vice President
James E Ervin Eye Bank Vice President
James D Carithers Lighthouse Vice President
Gary Cullens LCIF
George Erwin Jr District Historian
Wilkes Milligan Leader Dog
C B “Cotton” Hester Sight First

1993-1994

Lion J D Goings was elected District Governor at the 18C Convention held on March 13, 1993 in Albany.

Serving on the Cabinet were:

Clark Lamb Lieutenant Governor Americus
Boyce Bowles Secretary/Treasurer Moultrie
Troy L Pullin Cabinet Advisor Cordele
Mike Savelle Region 1 Albany
Sharon Lamb Zone 1 Americus
Cheryl Meadows Zone 2 Albany
Jimmy Black Region 2 Cordele
Chuck Marlow Zone 1 Hawkinsville
Herbert Hughes Zone 2 Cordele
Walter C Cato Region 3 Moultrie
Kent Guske Zone 1 Sylvester
W G Music Jr Zone 2
Richard B Chalfant Zone 3 Tifton
Robert C Davidson Region 4 Sale City
Ralph Simpson Zone 1 Bainbridge
Archie N Hacher Zone 2 Thomasville
Jerry Harrell Zone 3 Blakely
W Terry Foreman Camp Vice President
Walter P Sealy Jr Lighthouse Vice President
Troy L Pullin LCIF
I E “Rocky” McCall District Historian
Wilkes Milligan Leader Dog
James Lapham Sight First
Ronald W “Ron” Lapham Recording for the Blind

District 18C Awards 1992-1993

Outstanding Club Moultrie
Best All Around Club Americus
Club Efficiency Bainbridge
Support of All Projects Calvary
Youth Albany
Camp for the Blind Albany Evening
Highest % Growth Abbeville
Highest % Attendance Fitzgerald
Best Weekly Bulletin Cordele
Best Monthly Bulletin Albany
District Governor’s Contest
1 Cordele
2 Bainbridge
3 Moultrie

The Dawson Lions Club collected $1,024.00 on White Cane Day, assisted seven needy people with glasses, donated $500.00 to the Lighthouse, $500.00 to the Leader Dog Program, $500.00 to the Camp for the Blind, and $500.00 to LCIF.

They conducted three fund raising dinners for a net profit of $2,500.00. They conducted a yard sale for a profit of $500.00, a broom and mop sale with a profit of $1,200.00 and $2,000.00 for a Flag Project.

1994-1995

Lion Clark Lamb was elected District Governor at the 18C Convention in Moultrie on March 12, 1994.

Serving on the District Cabinet were:

Herbert Hughes Vice District Governor Cordele
Chris Sumner Secretary/Treasurer Cordele
Joel D Goings Cabinet Advisor Moultrie
Cheryl Meadows Region 1 Albany
Pat Whorley Zone 1 Americus
Jim Walker Zone 2 Albany
Chuck Marlow Region 2 Hawkinsville
Steve Studsill Zone 1 Hawkinsville
Michael Shurley Zone 2 ViennaAlbany
Richard Chaifant Region 3 Tifton
Ross Logan Zone 1 Sylvester
Harry Patel Zone 2 Valdosta
Fred Lasseter Zone 3 Moultrie
Don Sickmon Region 4
C B “Cotton” Hester Zone 1 Bainbridge
Terry Rouse Zone 2 Thomasville
Jim Lapham Zone 3 Camilla
W Terry Foreman PDG Camp Vice President
Walter P Sealy Jr PDG Lighthouse Vice President
I E “Rocky” McCall District Historian
Chris Sumner District Newsletter
Mike Hopkins Sight First

In July 1993 Campaign Sight First was completed, over $146 Million Dollars was raised around the world. 18C led the State of Georgia with a total of a little over $192,000.00.

18C was involved in helping flood victims caused by Tropical Stoerm Alberto.

The Dawson Lions Club celebrated its 60th year of existence.

The District was active with the schools in the Essay Contest.

The 1994-95 18C Convention was held March 11, 1995 at the Windsor Hotel in Americus. There was 172 Lions, Lionesses and friends in attendence. International Director Dr Carlos E Justiniano from Mayaguez, Puerto Rico was the speaker for the convention. He presented Certificates of Appreciation to Past District Governor Elmo Davis of the Americus Lions Club, and District Secretary Chris Sumner of the Cordele Lions Club.

Past International Director Jim Ervin was certified as a candidate for 3rd Vice President of Lions International.

Five young ladies had entries in the District Essay Contest. Sara Cannon, representing the Pulaski County Lions Club won first place. She was awarded a $500.00 College Scholarship.

1995-1996

Lion Herbert Hughes was elected District Governor at the 18C Convention held in Americus on March 11, 1995.

Serving in the District Cabinet were:

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Cheryl Meadows Vice District Governor Albany
Chris Sumner Cabinet Secretary/Treasurer Americus
M Clark Lamb Jr PDG Cabinet Advisor Albany
Sharon Lamb Region 1 Americus
Frank Wohrley Zone 1 Americus
Jim Walker Zone 2 Albany
Troy Pullin PDG Region 2 Cordele
Steve Studstill Zone 1 Hawkinsville
Kenneth Mackey Zone 2 Rochelle
J D Goings Region 3 Moultrie
Ross Logan Sylvester
Harry Patel Zone 2 Valdosta
Dale Culp Zone 3 Moultrie
Don Sickmon PDG Region 4
C B “Cotton” Hester PDG Zone 1 Bainbridge
Terry Rouse Zone 2 Thomasville
Jim Lapham Zone 3 Camilla
Gordon Culpepper Camp Vice President
Troy Pullin PDG Lighthouse Vice President
I E “Rocky” McCall District Historian
Chris Sumner District Newsletter
Shorn D Lamb Leader Dog
Mike Hopkins LCIF/Sight First

The Moultrie Lions club celebrated their 60th Anniversary on February 19, 1996. The celebration was held at the Breakers Restaurant in Moultrie. Third International Vice President Jim Ervin was speaker.

The District Convention for 18C was held at Club House in Cordele on March 8-9, 1996. International Director Roy Wilson was the speaker for the weekend.

Lion Rick Brigham and Chris Sumner of Cordele are co-chairmen of the 1996 Paralympics. Beginning in 1994 this program is sponsored by the Georgia Lions Lighthouse Foundation.

The Americus Lions Club sponsored a Leo Club. On hand for the chartering of the club were State Leo chairman and Past International Director Jim Ervin and his wife. Betty. Joe Lamb (son of lions Clard and Sharon Lamb) was elected Charter President. Lion Sharon Lamb and Council Chairman Clark Lamb were instrumental in getting the Leo club started.

The Plains Lions Club celebrates 60 years of service this year.

The Albany Lions Club made a challenge or $2,500.00 to the Children’s Eye Clinic at Emory. They issued the challenge to the remaining clubs of 18C.

1996-1997

Lion Cheryl Meadows, a member of the Albany Lions club was elected District Governor at the 18C convention on March 8, 1996 in Cordele.

Serving on the Cabinet were:

Terry Rouse Vice District Governor
Sharon Lamb Cabinet Secretary/Treasurer
Herbert Hughes Cabinet Advisor
Frank Wohrley Region 1 Americus
Clinton Holoway Zone 1 Plains
Jim Walker Zone 2 Albany
Bill Rice Region 2 Cordele
Steve Studstill Zone 1 Hawkinsville
Chris Sumner Zone 2 Cordele
Fred Lassiter Region 3 Moultrie
Ross Logan Zone 1 Sylvester
Mike Bedsoe Zone 2 Hahira
Richard B Chalfant Zone 3 Tifton
Ed Johnson Region 4 Thomasville
Jerilyene Middleton Zone 1 Bainbridge
Pat Johnson Zone 2 Thomasville
Robert C Davidson Zone 3 Sale City
Harshad “Harry” Patel Camp Vice President
Troy Pullen PDG Lighthouse Vice President
Herbert Hughes LCIF
Sharon Lamb Leader dog
Cheryl Meadows District Newsletter
M Clark Lamb PDG District Historian

The Bainbridge Lions club celebrated 60 years of service. John Pearce, Past International Director was the speaker.

On August 3, 1996 the Georgia Lions Camp for the Blind celebrated their 20th Anniversary.

During the year the following clubs celebrated anniversaries;

Ocilla July 16, 1943 53 years
Eastman August 24, 1956 40 years
Poulan August 29, 1943 33 years
Richland September 2, 1968 28 years
Fort Gaines September 13, 1965 31 years
Cuthbert September 27, 1944 52 years
Ardel October 23, 1933 63 years
Albany October 18, 1922 74 years
Calvary October 1, 1956 40 years
Colquitt October 8, 1946 50 years
Dawson October 16, 1934 62 years
Donalsonville October 5, 1944 52 years
Echols County October 17, 1958 38 years
Fitzgerald October 14,1942 54 years
Rochelle October 25, 1955 41 years
Americus November 12, 1942 54 years
Cairo November 12, 1973 23 years
Edison November 28, 1934 62 years
Sylvester November 7, 1945 50 years
Valdosta November 29,1962 34 years
Blakely January 17, 1940 57 years
Cordele January 26, 1934 63 years
Plains January 4, 1946 51 years
Thomasville Noon January 14, 1976 21 years
Unadilla January 28, 1943 54 years
Alapha December 15, 1947 49 years
Baconton December 14, 1964 32 years
Hahira December 2, 1934 53 years
Moultrie February 6, 1936 51 years
Vienna February 7, 1952 45 years
Albany Evening April 27, 1987 10 years
Lake Seminole April 16, 1991 6 years
Pelham April 14, 1952 45 years
Pulaski April 16, 1973 24 years
Thomasville April 18, 1959 47 years
Tifton April 12, 1935 62 years
Hawkinsville May 31, 1949 57 years
Valdosta May 3, 1949 48 years
Warwick May 17, 1966 31 years
Bainbridge June 8, 1936 61 years
Chester June 2, 1970 27 years

The District Convention was held at Albany on March 7-8, 1997. International Director John “Spud” Edling was the speaker.

District 18C Awards 1996-1997

Outstanding Club Albany Evening
Best All Around Club Cordele
Club Efficiency Thomasville
Support of All Projects Calvary
Youth Camilla
Camp for the Blind Albany Evening
Highest % Growth Chauncey
Highest % Attendance Cordele
Best Weekly Bulletin PDG Herbert Hughes Cordele
Best Monthly Bulletin Joe Crine Bainbridge
District Governor’s Contest
1 Moultrie
2 Coredele
3 Albany Evening
Lion of the Year Betty Ervin Albany
President of the Year Frances Harris Tifton
Secretary of the Year PDG J D Goings Moultrie
Tail Twister of the Year Kate Brunson Tifton
Region Chairman of the Year Ed Johnson Thomasville Noon
Zone Chairman of the Year Pat Johnson Thomasville Noon
Best District Chairman Joey Herdon Thomasville Noon
PDG Governor’s Achievement PDG B I Thornton Cordele

1997-1998

Lion Terry Rouse of the Thomasville Noon Lions club was elected District Governor at the District 18C convention that was held in Albany on March 7-8, 1998 at the Ramada Inn. Lion Betty H Ervin served as District Convention Chairperson.

<td>Clark LambDistrict Historian

Frank Whorley Vice District Governor Americus
Ed Johnson Secretary/Treasurer Thomasville Noon
Cheryl G Meadows Cabinet Advisor Albany
Clinton Holoway Region 1 Plains
Julian McCullough Zone 1 Americus
Brad Stafford Zone 2 Dawson
Steve Studstill Region 2 Hawkinsville
Steve Studstill Zone 1 Hawkinsville
Chris Sumner Zone 2 Cordele
Ron Horn Region 3 Moultrie
Ross Logan Zone 1 Sylvester
Don Meehan Zone 2 Valdosta Evening
Richard B Chalfant Zone 3 Tifton
Pat Johnson Region 4 Thomasville Noon
Mike Spivey Zone 1 Donalsonville Noon
Joey Herndon Zone 2 Thomasville Noon
Greg Findley Zone 3 Pelham
Hershad “Harry” Patel Camp Vice President
Troy Pullin Lighthouse Vice President
Cheryl Meadows LCIF
Sharon Lamb Leader Dog
John Warren District Newsletter
Cheryll G Meadows Sight First

District 18C was chartered July 1, 1937. The first District Governor was Stanley Elkins of the Macon Lions Club. Chartered clubs at the time were Albany, Bainbridge, Camilla, Donalsonville, Meigs, Thomasville and Valdosta. Other clubs were chartered as follows:

Ocilla July 16, 1941
Eastman August 24, 1958
Poulan August 29, 1963
Richland September 2, 1968
Cuthbert September 27, 1944
Calvary October 1, 1966
Donalsonville October 5, 1955
Colquitt October 8, 1946
Fitzgerald October 14,1942
Dawson October 16, 1934
Echols county October 17, 1958
Albany October 19, 1922
Adel October 23, 1933
Rochelle October 25, 1955
Sylvester November 7, 1946
Americus November 12, 1942
Cairo November 12, 1973
Edison November 28, 1934
Valdosta Evening November 29,1962
Hahira December 2, 1943
Baconton December 15, 1964
Alapha December 15, 1947
Plains January 4, 1946
Thomasville Noon January 14, 1976
Blakely January 17, 1940
Cordele January 25, 1934
Unadilla January 28, 1943
Moultrie February 6, 1936
Vienna February 7, 1953
Cordele Evening March 3, 1970
Frances Lake March 9, 1962
Lumpkin March 13, 1935
Camilla March 13, 1952
Chauncey March 13, 1991
Abeeville March 14, 1938
Quitman March 18, 1952
Tifton April 12, 1935
Pelham April 14, 1952
Paulaski April 16, 1973
Lake Seminole April 16, 1991
Thomasville April 18, 1950
Albany Evening April 27, 1967
Valdosta May 3, 1949
Lanier County May 3, 1931
Warwick May 17, 1961
Hawkinsville May 31, 1940
Chester June 2, 1970
Bainbridge June 8, 1936

The Thomasville Noon Lions Club started two Leo Clubs in October of 1997.

Frances Harris, Public Relations Chairman, received the Presidential Excellance Award for Lions International.

As of September 1997 there were 1258 Lions Clubs members in 18C.

The Moultrie Lions Club inducted 34 new members in 1997.

In March 1997, Helen Seawell, Executive Director of the local Red Cross became the first female member of the Moultrie Lions Club.

The District 18C Convention was held on March 7, 1998 at the Thomas county Middle School Auditorium, International Director John Daum of Newcastle, Wyoming was the speaker.

The Lake Seminole Lions Club held 4th Annual Shell Fishing Tournment for the Youth of the area. 133 contestants fished for cash and prizes.

The Lee County Lions Club was Charterd the 21st day of May 1998 with 24 charter members. Lee County Georgia, situated on the Flint river in the area where the Muckalee Creek converges with the Kinchafoonee to form the Muckafoonee Creek, has long been noted for the industry and
intelligences of its population. It is therefore to be expected that the Charter Members of the organization and their successors will make many notable contributions to the world of Lionism.

At the Sunday Breakfast held at the State Convention in Savannah on May 28-31 the following received and were regognized for their achievement.

Cabinet Secretary/Treasurer Ed Johnson
Club Advisor Cheryl Meadows
Vice District Governor Frank Whorley
PDG Achievement Award Don Sickmon
Best District Chairman Joey Herndon
Zone Chairman of the Year Dr Clinton Holoway
District Governors Contest Moultrie
Best Semi or Monthly Bulletin Bainbridge
Best Weekly Bulletin Cordele
Extension Award John Varnell
Club with Highest % Growth Moultrie
Club Supporting all projects Calvary
Club Efficiency Moultrie
Best all Around Club Albany Evening
Outstanding Club Tifton
Secretary of the Year Herbert Hughes
President of the Year Doug Moxley
Club Promoting Youth Americus
Membership Chairman Ron Horn
Lion of the Year Frances Harris

The Thomasville Lions club sponsored a Leo Club at the Thomas County Central School.

Three members of the Thomasville Lions club were granted Life Memberships. They are Lion Paul Dougherty, Lion Rudolph Allen and Past District Lion Gary Cullen.

The Dawson Lions club sponsored a Pancake Supper netting $600.00 for their various projects.

The Edison Lions Club held their annual Father/Child Night with the Atlanta Braves. Third base Coach Bobby Dews was the guest speaker.

The Paulaski Lions Club held a Youth Rally at the Lions Clubhouse to inform the youth of the hazzards of using tobacco products.

The Bainbridge Lions Club adopted a resient of the Bainbridge Health Care facility. She was 81 years old at the time. The Club visited her on a regular basis and gave her gifts on her birthday and at Christmas.

The Thomasville Lions Club presented donations to the Thomas County Schools to purchase Audio/Visual wquipment to assist visually handicapped children. Contributions were made by the Georgia Lighthouse and the Lake Seminole Lions club.

1998-1999

Frank D Whorley of the Americus Lions Club was elected District Governor at the District Convention on March 7, 1999 in Thomasville.

Serving on the District Cabinet were:

David O’Scott PDG Fitzgerald Vice district Governor
Clark Lamb PDG Americus Secretary/Treasurer
Terry Rouse PDG Thomasville Cabinet Advisor
Clinton Holloway Plains Region 1
Don Embleton Americus Zone 2
John D Varnell Americus Zone 3
Herbert Hughes PDG Cordele Region 2
Michael Johnson Eastman Zone 1
Sid Cameron Unadilla Zone 2
Ron Horn Moultrie Region 3
Walter Gordon Abbeville Zone 1
Charles Shaw Lanier County Zone 2
Douglas B Jones Tifton Zone 3
Robert C Davidson Camilla Region 4
James M Beck Bainbridge Zone 1
Arthur Tatum Calvary Zone 2
Norma Jean Lauderdale Pelham Zone 3
Harshard “Harry” Patel Camp Vice President
Troy Pullen PDG Lighthouse Vice President
Terry Rouse PDG LCIF
Terry Rouse PDG Sight First
Delores Foreman District Newsletter
Larry Becker District Historian
Rhetta Rouse Leader Dog
Chris Sumner Recording for the Blind

The Lions Mobile Eye Clinic visited Albany and dispensed 124 pairs of glasses. Seventy clients were reffered to the Lighthouse for the Blind for follow up care.

The District 18C Convention was held in Americus on March 6, 1999. International Director Ronald L Dudffe of New Richmond, Wisconsin was the featured speaker for the convention.

1999-2000

Lion David R O’Scott of the Fitzgerald Lions Club was elected District Governor for the second time by the District 18C Lions at the District 18C Convention in Americus on March 6, 1999.

Serving on the District Cabinet were:

Dr Clinton Holoway Plains Vice District Governor
Jim Sellers Fitzgerald Cabinet Secretary
Cindy Freeman Fitzgerald Cabinet Treasurer
Terry Rouse PDG Thomasville Cabinet Advisor
Sharon Lamb Americus Region 1
Frank Gilmer Albany Noon Zone 1
Dick Gage Lee County Zone 2
Walter Cannon Eastman Region 2
Michael Johnson Eastman Zone 1
Sid Cammeron Unadilla Zone 3
Jim Lapham Camilla Region 4
James M Beck III Bainbridge Zone 1
Arthur Tatum Calvary Zone 2
Norma Jean Lauderdale Pelham Zone 3
Terry Foreman PDG Camp Vice President
Dick Gage Lighthouse Vice President
Frank Worley PDG LCIF
Terry Rouse PDG Sight First
Delores Foreman District Newsletter
Rhetta Rouse Leader Dog
Chris Sumner Recording for the Blind

The Cordele Lions Club recognized a group of Lions for their long service to Lionism. The honorees were as follows:

J D Rainey 59 years
Britt Phillips 53 years
John Davis 51 years
Louis Perlis 51 years
Whit Forester 51 years
Dewey Reynolds 48 years
Joel Holley 48 years
Wesley Turton 46 years
Bob Bissell 45 years
Bill Davis 43 years
Lawrence Tondee 42 years
Buddy Wilson 42 years
Donnie Whittle 40 years
Charlie Young 40 years plus

The Cordele Club presented a total of 13 Melvin Jones Fellows Awards including 4 to deceased Lions. The recipients were as follows:

B I Thornton Deceased
M F Cates Deceased
John Childer Deceased
Bill Pryor Deceased
Meredith Kelly Past Member
J D Rainey Sr Active Member
Curt Browning Active Member
Lamar Cromer PDG Active Member
Jimmy Black Active Member
Troy Pullin PDG Active Member
A J Wright Active Member
Britt Phillips Active Member
Whitfield Forrester Active Member

The District was hit on February 14, 2000 with a series of tornadoes. Eighteen people lost their lives. Disaster grants totaling $20,000 were awarded in District 18C.

The Cochran Lions Club was chartered on Saturday January 22, 2000. The club was sponsored by the Pulaski Lions Club, Lion Gene Noble and Past District Governor Terry Rouse.

The Albany Noon Lions Club sponsored a Leo Club at Radium Springs Middle School. Lion Clinton Holoway, Vice District Governor 18C presented the charter.