Lions, Lioness Corner

Reprinted with permission from The Packet, November 24, 1993

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During World Service Day the Lions Club held a dinner for seniors. Left to right are events chairman Ralph Baker, oldest and youngest seniors Clarice Drover, Delilah Smith, William Jacobs, and Titus Spurrell, and King Lion Cameron Martin.


Hodge’s Cove-Caplin Cove club back in full swing.

World’s Service Day

The Lions held their annual senior citizens supper at the Lions Club on Oct. 14. The evening began with a church service at St. Andrew’s United Church at 5:30 p.m., followed by a hot supper at the Lions Club. Rev. Marie Mercer said the Grace while her husband, Rev. Jack Mercer, was guest speaker. King Lion Cameron Martin delivered opening remarks and presented plaques to the oldest and youngest seniors – Aunt Delilah Smith and Uncle Titus Spurrell, and Clarice Drover and William Jacobs.


The Leos held their charter night dinner on Nov. 6, followed by a dance. Guest speaker was Lion Az Oram.

Leo president Annette Stringer presented the liaisons, Lion Helen Peddle, Lion Ferne Foley and Lion Clark Drover, with pins. Gifts were also presented to the King Lion and guest speaker.

The president’s appreciation award went to Leo Stephanie Peach while Leo Chris Drover received the Leo of the Year Award,

The Leos have held teenage and teenybopper dances several times during the year and have held their own Bingo games to raise money for their activities. Part of the funds they raise goes to support the two children overseas.

Nov 1993

Lion Helen Peddle presents Chris Drover with the Leo of the year. Looking on is Leo president Annette Stringer


Transcribed by Lester Green, April 2015

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