THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 2024
Cash Bar and Registration 6-7 PM
Doors Open - 7:00 PM
Dinner Served - 7:30 PM
COST - $ 85.00/PERSON
CHOOSE ONE OF THE 3 COURSE PLATED DINNERS
PLEASE MAKE A PAYMENT NO LATER THAN THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 2024
WHO CAN ATTEND?
ANY LION OR GUEST
WHY SHOULD I ATTEND?
The Mississauga Cooksville Lions Club is arranging a fund raiser for Dan as ID.
PDG Dan as you know is an outstanding Lion and he will represent all of us well at Lions international.
Our donations will help him in many ways.
We have bottles of Pinot Grigio and Cabernet Sauvignon @ $15 a bottle.
If you feel you could purchase some of these bottles for the personal use of your members, for a raffle or for any other purpose, your generosity and support will be greatly appreciated.
If required, I could arrange to have the wine sent to you.
Please or .
Thanks once again for all your help.
Our club appreciates it and I know PDG Dan will be extremely grateful too.
STEVE SHERER, GENERAL FORUM CHAIR
The holidays are over, and things are beginning to slow down. But the planning for the Forum never slows down. Let·s make a resolution to get as many Lions to Louisville as possible. Let registering for the Forum be one of the first things you do this new year!
Coming to a Forum is such a great educational experience but the social aspect of the Forum is just as great. You will have the opportunity to interact with 2000 other Lions from around the United States and Canada who have just as much great information to share as our presenters. You will have the opportunity to attend seminars presented by our International Officers, stop by the International Directors booth to have one-on-one conversations.
Pick up additional courses towards your Lions University degrees. And speaking of the seminars, I just received an update to the seminars list from our education team and they are putting together an outstanding list of learning opportunities. There are also many other opportunities to take part in in Louisville. Perhaps you might like to take a trip to the Louisville Slugger Museum and pick up a personalized bat.
Stroll down sports history by attending the Muhammad Ali Museum. Take a side trip to Churchill Downs, home of the famous Kentucky Derby. Or perhaps just stop at one of the many restaurants in downtown Louisville for a great meal and refreshments.
Our horses are still in the stables being cared for and fed, but I promise when the time comes, they will be ready to enter the paddock and set a pace of learning and excitement in September. Don't miss out on this great learning opportunity.
Visit the website: lionsforum.org and register today.View or download the complete February newsletter
Hitting the bag at the Ali Museum
The Louisville Slugger Museum