Lions District 7L Gov. John Collier installed the Hot Springs Village Evening Lions 2017 – 2018 officers. “We live in a time when there’s a lot of talk about superheroes, like those we grew up with in comic books. Well, tonight we’ll talk about superheroes in the Lions,” said Collier who then, as he introduced each new officer, handed them a photo of a superhero and told how each new officer fit the bill.
Lion Paul Grasse was honored as the 2017 Garland County Habitat For Humanity Volunteer He is shown below being presented the award by Executive Director Cindy Wagstaff.
Evening Lions Move Meetings to New Venue
HSV Evening Lions President Gary Wokaty presents a $5,000 check to World Services for the Blind President & CEO Sharon Giovinazzo. WSB, in Little Rock, AR is one of the Evening Lions' primary charities.
Lion Chris Franklin has the honor of exhibiting his photography at Garvan Gardens in Hot Springs, AR. The exhibit will run from May 1 - May 31, 2018. As a lover of the outdoors, Chris's primary artistic focus is nature and wildlife. He also enjoys action photos, like the home stretch at Oaklawn Racetrack.
Chris serves as Vice President at Bobby Brown Private Wealth Advisors in Hot Springs, AR.
LIONS IN THE NEWS
Jan Folstad of FOCUS, a program for Villagers with vision loss, receives a donation by the HSV Evening Lions in conjunction with our sister club in North Knotts, England. The presentation was made by Larry Bauer, past president of the Evening Lions.
Attendance at Evening Lions is on the rise after moving to El Jimador Restaurant in January 2018. Since moving, club attendance is steadily rising, said Club President Nell Rockett, pictured with Lions Bud & Rose Campbell and Erick Gonzalez, owner/manager of El Jimador.
Photography Exhibit at