Hamilton Lake Directory Needs You
It’s that time again to put the Hamilton Lake Directory together for 2014-2015. We need
volunteers to sign up advertisers for the upcoming Directory. We need at least 7 Lions to sign
up advertisers in the following areas: Hamilton List #1, 2 and 3 (14 advertisers per list)—
Angola/Fremont List #1 and 2 (12 advertisers per list). Waterloo/Auburn (8 advertisers) and
Misc. areas consisting of Butler, Grabill, Edgerton, Hicksville, Ft. Wayne and Ashley (9
advertisers). We want to have all sign ups completed by April 1 so we can distribute the
Directories by Memorial Day. Contact Jim Cook to volunteer or with questions.
On April 26th and 27th, 2013, the Hamilton Lions Club participated in the filming of a video about our Boomerang Backpack project to be shown during the International Convention in Hamburg, Germany. The filming took place over 2 days at the Hamilton Community School buildings and included interviews with both Lions and community members, as well as families served by the Boomerang Backpack project. The video also included the Hamilton Life Skills class, along with their teacher, teachers aides and student helpers, who pack the backpacks every week. The Boomerang Backpack Project is a true community project spearheaded by the Lions Club and involving other community organizations. To view the video, please click on the picture. The Hamilton Lions appear at 1:20 of the video.
On June 6, 2013, our club presented W.P. Woods Fellowship awards to Lions Kermit Shank and Bob Hamman. Together these two Lions have a combined total of more than 60 years of service! Congratulations and thank you!
On June 6, 2013, Lion Larry Grantham was a warded the prestigious Melvin Jones Award. Lion Larry was presented his award by DGE Kathy Morton. The Hamilton Lions appreciate Lion Larry and his hard work in service to our club and community.
Hamilton Lions were introduced to Officer Titan. Officer John Geyer and Titan gave demonstrations of the skills acquired during training. Titan sniffed out several different types of illegal narcotics and responded to commands from Officer Geyer.. Chief Deputy - Frank Baldwin acted as the "bad guy", showing how Titan can stop a perpetrator.
Please join us on Tuesday, December 31, 2013 at the Public Beach in Hamilton for our annual Jack Gibson Memorial Polar Bear Plunge. The Polar Bears will enter the lake at 2:00 pm. The Hamilton Legion will present the flag at 1:50 pm. All proceeds go to the Jack Gibson Memorial Scholarship fund. Sign up is at the Hamilton Real Estate office. Donations are also accepted and appreciated! For further information, call Lion Bob Howard at (260) 488-2357.