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The Crawfordsville Lions met Monday, April 26 at the Crawfordsville Community Room with nine members present. Lion President Mike Massey opened the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance and Lion Gene Miller offered prayer.
Lion Billie Jo Rose read the minutes of the April 12 meeting and they were approved as read with one clarification, the Lions will be serving lunch on Saturday, July 10 at Crawfordsville Fun Days. There was no treasurer's report. Lion Treasurer Randy Finke stated some money had been received from meat sales since the last report.
Old Business: A thank-you from the Legion for those helping set new flag poles at the new cemetery and the donation to L.C.I.F. had been received.
New Business: Lion President Mike has received a note from Lion Secretary Gary Lauger of the Wayland Lions in regard to the Silver Cords presented to seniors. There are five this year and we will share expenses with their club for these.
There isn't any news yet on the upcoming June Blood Drive.
There being no further business, the meeting adjourned.
Refreshments were served by Scott Davis.
Following adjournment, Tail Twister Larry Fletcher entertained with an educational game of Trivia.
Don't forget Thursday, May 6, 2021 from 4-6 p.m. is the time to pick up Dave and Sherri DeLovely's Delicious Mini Donuts at the parking lot across from the United Church of Crawfordsville and the City Hall. This is a fundraiser for the WACO Food Pantry and everything will be offered for a free-will offering. They will have mini donuts in plain, cinnamon and cinnamon sugar and icings of vanilla, chocolate and strawberry.
Also they will have donut sundaes. You can choose toppings in orio, black raspberry, butterscotch, caramel, chocolate and strawberry, with or without strawberries. Each person in attendance will have their choice of a bag of mini donuts or a sundae. See you all there.
The United Church Women will meet Tuesday, May 11 at 2 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Social distancing and face masks are recommended.
United Methodist Camps expect to be up and running in person this summer. The camps will be held at Camp Wyoming at Wyoming, Wesley Woods at Indianola, Pictured Rock Camp at Monticello and Crooked Creek Camp near Washington. Please contact the church office if you have a child planning to attend one of these camps at 319-658-2366. The United Church and the Church itself pays a portion of the fees to attend.