Lions Club District Governor, Dist. 6-NE
Fourteen members of the Lions Club met on March 5 at the Berthoud train depot. Among the many things discussed was the annual Lions fundraising dinner. With the closing of the Wayside Inn, not many places in Berthoud can seat and serve 200 people, a necessity for the dinner.
Two committees continue to work diligently on this project. The Lions Club certainly wants to keep the event in Berthoud, while keeping the cost at the same low $60 per couple for entertainment with a chance to win a $1,000 prize.
Also discussed was eyeglass purchasing assistance, the Larimer County Health Fair on April 18, selling tickets at Berthoud High School activities, the Lions Scholarships, handicapped camp, Kids Sight program, highway clean-up and supplying the Loan Closet.
Election of officers was held with induction to follow at a later date. Visitors and possible members are always welcome.