Richmond West Breakfast Lions Club - Lions e-Clubhouse
of the M. W. Grand Lodge, Free and Accepted Masons of the. State of meet in a suitable hall at Victoria, during guiadeayuntamientos.infoding of the Mounce, E. C. Mildred and Mike met, while she was attending Utica High School (then in existence). . alike and livened up Utica with their hall above their restaurant with the many .. is given his family history through the history of Smith, Baltis, Dome, Mounce, .. Mr. Peterie was a brick mason, carpenter and an interior decorator in the. After dinner at the Annex, then back to the Tent to meet '61 folks like Mike Iseman Earlier I reported that Mason Lowance was one of the winners; I am also for Princeton at the inauguration of Robert Hayden Mounce, who became the l5ih A recent note passed on to your scribe from Nassau Hall brought news of.
Devoted Mother to three handsome sons, three gorgeous daughters in-law, 10 beautiful grandchildren and two perfect great granddaughters. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Beloved wife of the late Gale E. Loving mother of Linda C. Pointer and the late David A.
Cherished grandmother of Phillip A. Pointer and the late P. Merle was a graduate of Norwood High School Class of She opened her own office, Pointer Realty, in Norwood, OH with her husband, Gale, and was in business for more than 50 years. Merle loved music and performed with her church and various community choirs. She loved to travel with family and friends. The highlight of her day was seeing her grandsons and great grandchildren. Jerry is a US Army veteran and entrepreneur who created several businesses.
Friends and family may visit from She was born May 10, in Cincinnati, Ohio. She also leaves behind many Aunts, Uncles, cousins and nieces and nephews. Lindsay was a loving caring friend and devoted daughter that had a smile and glowing personality that left a lasting impression on all who were blessed to know her.
Betty is survived by brother, James P.
She owned Jimmies Tap Room for 39 years. Interment at Oak Hill Cemetery. Passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on Thursday June 21, Visitation will Wednesday June 27th from 7: Beloved wife of the late Charles Van Riley.
Kathy Riley, and Edward Beth Thigpen. Visitation at 11am until time of service at 12noon. Moriah Cemetery - Union Township. Interment Spring Grove Cemetery. Loving brother of Bob and Don Dy Westermeyer. Mark is also survived my many nieces and nephews. Interment Laurel Memorial Cemetery.
Robert Golden, known to friends as "Bobby," passed away peacefully on May 3,at the age of 68 years. He was the brother of the late Richard and John Angela Golden.
Interment at Reading Cemetery. Dear brother of Russell Perry and Penny Chandler. Passed away May 1, Memorial Mass will be held at St. Daughter of William Murphy and the late Etta Murphy. Also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins and great nieces and nephews. Her happiest days include spending time with her family, especially her dad and her grandkids.
She loved to cook, bake and take care of everyone around her. Holidays were very important to her. The person she missed most in life was her dear mother, Etta. She was a hard worker, very dedicated and loyal to everyone that she loved. She was only 49 when God called her home.
Vicki had a laugh that was so contagious you had to join in. Vicki was one of the kindest most generous people you would ever want to meet. She would give you the shirt off her back if you needed it.
For the past several years she has battled illness and had several surgeries including spinal surgery which had left her with a spinal infection.
She was fighting this again as she had for the past two years. We will miss her and always have a void that cannot be filled without her. For those who knew and loved her she holds a special place in our hearts.
She didn't have life insurance and this has left her loved ones with the costs to bear. Loving brother of Kristen Brumette and William Jenkins. Chad also leaves behind girlfriend Crystal Kimble, who is an expecting mother of his daughter Charli. Chad is also survived by aunts, uncles and many cousins who loved him dearly. Dearest cousin Mikey was Chads best friend and pudding cup. Proceeded in death by grandparents, Charles and Joan, stepfather Bruce and brother-in-law Jason Crawford.
Chad will be remembered for his sense of humor and beautiful smile. Just know Chad loved you very much. Donations may be made to https: Jack was a long time resident of Mt. He was also the 17th original member of the Classic Car Club of America, and had a great love and knowledge of Classic Cars.
Friend to many, including longtime companion David Lucas. A short memorial service will be held on Tuesday, April 10th, from 11am-1pm at the Tredway-Pollitt-Staver funeral home in Norwood. Clayborn Roberts Clayborn Roberts - age 88, passed away at his home on March 16th,surrounded by his loving family. He leaves behind his beloved wife of 66 years, Zula. Devoted father to his five children: Also survived by his grandchildren: Preceded in death by his parents, Burley and Goldie Roberts, as well as siblings: Born on February 27th, in Stinnett, Kentucky where he spent his childhood years and met his future wife.
In he followed the love of his life to Cincinnati where they soon married and began their family. Later in life Clayborn decided to return to his childhood home in Stinnett to build a home. Clayborn single handedly constructed a modest yet perfect home for his family to visit and enjoy. Clayborn and Zula later returned to Norwood, Ohio to be closer to their adult children, family and friends.
His happiest days were when his family came to visit. When he was able to let loose, speak his mind, and be himself. Clayborn loved to sing, dance and play the guitar to bluegrass, country or gospel music. He adored all of his grandchildren, who affectionately call him "Papa". He was incredibly proud of the tight knit family he and Zula had built. Clayborn was a determined, loving, stubborn, hardworking, one-of-a-kind man.
He has left a lasting impression on all who were lucky enough to know him. His voice, laugh, and presence will forever be missed by his family and friends.
Friends are welcome to attend the viewing Wednesday, March 21, at 11am, with the service directly following at 1pm. Interment Baltimore Pike Cemetery.
His heart was as big as his stature. Always ready to help even when he needed it more. Even in trying times his dry sense of humor shone through. He was a good friend to many and will be missed by all. Memorials may be made to https: Simpson Inez Jean Simpson, aged 77, died peacefully on February 19, at Methodist Dallas hospital, after a quick decline from a chronic health condition. Simpson and William R.
Inez thoroughly enjoyed helping and taking care of others. She had numerous family in her home over the years. Inez took care of her uncle, Herman Penick, until his passing. She welcomed the children and their families of Edward Sweet while they were married. She cared for her mother, Hester, for many years until her passing.
Inez opened her home to a foreign exchange camp counselor, Rajeev Pradhan who became like a son to her. She also helped other women and their children in many ways by being a friend, providing food, clothes, toys and other necessities. Inez shared many fond stories of childhood growing up on the farm with her brothers and of her friend, Sally Jo, in Kentucky. She was the first in her immediate family to attend college and receive a degree.
InInez gave birth to her daughter, Lisa, of which was the one constant in her life.
Her one true love was Edward Sweet, whom was called home several years ago, and will lie next to her at Hill Crest cemetery. Inez loved her church and was a member of Ashland Avenue Baptist, of which she attended for many years.
She also enjoyed remodeling homes, of which she proudly accomplished in her homes on Spencer Avenue and Ida Avenue in Norwood, Ohio. She loved to travel. She absolutely loved to dance. The most important thing in the world to her was her family and friends. Simpson and his wife and her best friend, Carol Simpson of Naples, FL; unofficially adopted son, Rajeev Pradhan and his wife Emily Pradhan, along with their daughter Asha; two friends that she considered sisters, Patti Bernhardt and Sharon King; one niece and five nephews; three step-daughters, seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; as well as many other cousins and others she considered family and close friends.
There will be a 1: Flowers, optional, can be sent to the Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to the funeral home. Passed away from cancer to join our Lord February 10th There will be a private memorial service at a later date. Survived by those who loved her dearly, Children: Brother of Margie Russell West. Interment Arlington Memorial Gardens. She is survived by those who loved her: He leaves behind 4 children: Along with, 11 grandchildren, 2 sisters; Rita TerryBrenda Michaelnieces, nephews, and many friends.
Memorials to American Heart Association or to ones choosing. Ryan is also survived by grandchildren Bentely, Harmony and EJ. Friends may call Thursday November 30, Tredway-Pollitt-Staver Funeral Home serving the family. We will gather after the service at Rincon Restaurant Eastgate Blvd.
Memorial Donations may be made to Hospice of Cincinnati www. He was born August 24th He is survived by his grandmother, Willie Holcomb; father and stepmother, Bentley and Eva Holcomb; brother, Jason Holcomb; daughters, Vanessa, Taylor and Macy; grandchildren, Chance and Mila; along with many other family and friends. Bentley was always a man of many talents with a great sense of humor.
He had a smile that was contagious and will be greatly missed by everyone. A memorial gathering will be held among family. She will be missed tremendously. Funeral service will take place Monday October 16, 1: Loving partner of Tammy Brumette. Bruce is survived by children Merle and Brian, stepchildren Kristen and Chad. Bruce attended Miami University and Central State where he earned his degree in social work. His degree allowed him to help and touch many lives over the years.
She is preceded in death by her parents James and Eugenia Williams. Loving wife of the late Walker B. Visitation will be Fri. Burial will be at Hopewell Cemetery in Montgomery. Great Grandmother to Brylee Rose. Great Grandpa of Demeter and Azrael Greene. He was a great husband, father, brother, grandpa, and friend. He will be truly missed by many. Loving mother to Leesa, David and Mark. Cherished grandma to 8 and great grandma to 9. Survived by her brother, Jerry. She will be missed and remembered happily by too many friends and family members to possibly mention.
Just know you were all loved. Cinti on Tuesday, Sept 19, from 9: Stephens In Memory of Carolyn K. She fought cancer valiantly for 16 years. She enjoyed country music and was praised for her Clod dancing. Halloween is the name of a children's book by Jerry Seinfeld Halloween is the name of an American heavy metal band formed in Halloween is the ring name of professional wrestler Manuel Ortiz Halloween was a British-trained racehorse active in the s Hallowe'en is an iron clipper ship launched in for the John Willis shipping line Halloween or Hallowe'en, a contraction of All Hallows' Evening is a celebration observed in a number of countries on 31 October, the eve of the Western Christian feast of All Hallows' Day.
It begins the three-day observance of All Hallowtide, the time in the liturgical year dedicated to remembering the dead, including saints hallowsmartyrs, and all the faithful departed.
It is widely believed that many Halloween traditions originated from ancient Celtic harvest festivals, particularly the Gaelic festival Samhain; that such festivals may have had pagan roots; and that Samhain itself was Christianized as Halloween by the early Church. Halloween activities include trick-or-treating attending Halloween costume parties, carving pumpkins into jack-o'-lanterns, lighting bonfires, apple bobbing, divination games, playing pranks, visiting haunted attractions, telling scary stories, and watching horror films.
In many parts of the world, the Christian religious observances of All Hallows' Eve, including attending church services and lighting candles on the graves of the dead, remain popular, although elsewhere it is a more commercial and secular celebration. Can you identify our friendly hosts and gobblins?
Kathy Bauer, and Dave Bauer prepare to deliver gifts to kindergartner and special needs classes. Madeline Miller, kindergartner teacher, helps to distribute gifts to children in her class.
Cy Creek JV Meet - Freshmen Boys Results (Raw)
It is an awesome way to help stimulate the reading skills of needy children at this school. Lion Carolyn had a passion for children and their education. The Messimer Mission is a program in which the club donates two school books a month to the Westover Hills Elementary School library. Thea Paul, school media specialist provides a list of books to the club. The club has a regular club meeting twice a month. At each meeting, the club has a guest speaker.
At the end of the meeting the guest speaker signs and dates the bookplate in the front of the book. The club has donated books to the school library since Thea Paul, school media specialist, the latest book donations, and the stuffed animals for the library.170 Donnie Mandell vs. Michael Snediker
This has been another very successful partnership year with Dr. Joni Moore, Assistant principal, Ms. Outland, all the fourth-grade teachers, and staff of the Westover Hills Elementary School.
Cy Creek JV Meet
We eagerly look forward to an even better year next year. Ear Buds for Our Troops Charitable and humanitarian organizations often partner together to serve as a force multiplier in serving their communities during emergencies and catastrophic events such as floods, hurricanes, and wildfires. However, many organizations also partner during less traumatic times.
It is a c 3 tax-exempt, non-profit organization. Our partnership with the PVA began earlier this year when Ms. The ear buds allow service members to listen to music or watch television without disturbing their fellow patients.
The club quickly responded by purchasing pairs of ear buds. Lion Bob Pratt delivered the ear buds to Ms. Purser at the local office in Midlothian Virginia on October 20, The PVA will distribute the ear buds to our service members. According to statistics from the Department of Social Services, City of Richmond, more than 90 percent of the children in the city between the ages of one and eighteen live in households that subsist at or below the poverty level.
The education of these children is one of the keys in breaking an endless cycle of dependency on government agencies, drug use, unemployment, and crime. Our project is simple. The club provides a back pack and school supplies for the entire school year for each fourth-grade student at Westover Hills Elementary School.
The Richmond Public Schools officials determined which school received the backpacks based upon the schools with children with the greatest need. Our club has provided backpacks and school supplies to the school each year since This year, the purchasing team bought the supplies on tax-free weekend August 5, from the Walmart Superstore, W. Broad Street, Glen Allen, Virginia. Our thanks to Walmart associate Nicole who had our order pulled and ready for us when we arrived. Photograph courtesy Lion Lu Roberts.
Let the Packing Begin!! The filling of the backpacks has been an opportunity for club members to get together for a wonderful cause and have a great social evening. Lions Bob Pratt and Lu Roberts planned and organized the event. The party kicked off with a BBQ pork meal with baked beans, Cole slaw, fruit platter, and drinks. This is the fourth year that the club has sponsored this project. Not shown is Susie Willis. It was a team effort but we would be remiss if we did not give special recognition to Lions Dave and Kathy Bauer.
Dave and Kathy arranged for the use of their church for the past two years to fill the backpacks and to store them until we delivered them to the school.
Lion Lu provided the meal and drinks for the team. The big day came on August 24, when Lion President Dave McNeal and seven other Lions delivered 70 backpacks filled with school supplies destined for each fourth-grade student at the Westover Hills Elementary School, Richmond, Virginia.
Each backpack contains a 3-ring binder, composition books, crayons, erasers, facial tissues, glue sticks, index cards, loose leaf pages, black ink pens, red ink pens, a pencil pouch, pencil sharpener, pencils, colored pencils, a ruler, and scissors. Our thanks to club members, friends, and family members who helped to make this project a success.
In the background L-RDr. Virginia Loving, fourth grade teacher Mr. Kathy Bauer looks on. L-R front row Lions Dr. Photographs courtesy Lion Bob Pratt. Rick Shaffer serenaded the group with melodious songs from the past. Lion Dale Mounce served as master of ceremonies. Attendees enjoyed an appetizing dinner followed by dessert and the formal program. Lion Pete Sizemore presided over the installation of officers.
President Dave then provided his remarks. Lion Jack Meagher presided over the presentation of individual awards. Lion Dick Boaz led the club in a closing song which ended the formal program. Rick Shaffer entertained the group with soothing sounds of songs from the past. Lion Dale Mounce strikes a pensive pose as he tries to maintain decorum from the raucous audience. Club President Lion Tom Anderson highlghts the club's achievements and comtributions to the community during the - Lions Year.
Lion Pete Sizemore installs the incoming officers for - Outgoing club president Tom Anderson transfers the club charter to incoming president Dave Anderson.
President Dave thanks the club for its confidence in him and looks forward to new challenges. Lion Jack Meagher kept us amused and amazed during the presentation of indivudal awards. Lion Lynne Dunne poses with our very special guest appearance from "The Lion". Thanks to everyone who came out to share this special event with us. Project Homes formerly Elder Homes is devoted to improving the value of housing and living conditions for people in need in Central Virginia by making perilous home repairs and improvements and building high quality, affordable homes.
The Renew Crew volunteers tackle home repair projects and build wheelchair ramps and other accessibility modifications. Their team builds the wheelchair components in the warehouse on Tuesdays and installs the ramp on Thursdays. The team volunteers every other week. If you are interested in participating in this most worthy program, please contact Lion Bob Pratt at or send him an e-mail message at rpratt08 yahoo. You do not have to be a member of Lions Clubs, have your own tools, or any construction skills.
We will provide the tools and teach you everything you need to know. Kendall plans to attend college to become a trauma nurse. Fletcher receive her scholarship announcement in ceremonies at the Hermitage High School on May 15, Patrick's Day Celebration Volunteering requires dedication, perseverance, and sometimes challenging work.
As Lions, we do the things we do out of care and concern for neighbors, our community, and the world. We do not seek nor expect recognition or rewards for the work we do. Revelers enjoyed an evening of merrymaking and fun. Your Board of Directors at Work While every club in the International Association of Lions Clubs has its own unique character, one thing they have in common is a basic organization which includes a board of directors.
Our club holds its regular club meetings on the 2nd and 4th Monday each month. Our board meeting is on the Friday after the first meeting of the month. We hold our meeting from 7: Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia The board of directors is a body of appointed members who jointly oversee the activities of the club. Club members do not have to be a member of the board to attend meetings. In fact, we invite and encourage our members to come out and see their board in action. We invite you to join us for breakfast or a cup of coffee.
- How does your family spend New Years Day?
- Mason-Dixon Games
We hope to see you soon. Lion Lu Roberts is in the background. Not showm is Lion Dave Bauer, club treasurer. These children are not eligible to participate in the Special Olympics because they do not have any mental impairment.
To ensure fair competition, game officials classify competitors based on their level of disability. The mission is to give young people with physical disabilities the challenge of athletic competition like their non-disabled peers. Competitors come from across Virginia. Athletes may participate in up to four events. The events include the 60,and meter races, wheelchair slalom, softball throw, bowling, corn hole toss and relay races.
The games start with motivational speeches, a parade of athletes and with the lighting of the torch. The Games on contributions from businesses, organizations, and individuals to fund the Games and continue the tradition of offering eligible participants the opportunity to compete at no cost to them.