Important Lion Dates
  • Service Tuesday, May 7th CANCELED 
  • Rude Park Board Meeting Thurs May 9
  • Club Meeting - Mayor Hancock  Tues May 14
  • Lions Visible Tuesday on the Mall  Tues May 21
  • Club Meeting at Savio  Tues  May 28  (Last Meeting of the year)
  • July 4th with Golden Lions
  • Dragon Boat Festival - July 27- 28
  • Eye Bank Circle of Light  - Sat Aug 24
  • Lions Picnic - Saturday, Aug 31
  • Denver Lions Board Retreat  Saturday, Sept 4
  • Thomas the Train at Railroad Museum  September 7/8, 14/15, 21/22
Mayor Hancock - Speaker May 14 
Save the date - May 14 for our speaker Mayor Hancock.  
Because of having more than the usual number of guests and members, reservations will be needed.  We need this to give a count to the restaurant.  To RSVP you can either respond to the Evite or call the Club office and leave a message.  303.504.6293
It is time to sign up for the Lions Golf Outing 
Event; Denver Lions Annual Golf Outing
Date:   June 4, 2019
Time:  Golf starting at 12:03, Bar opens up at 5 pm and dinner starts at 6 pm
Where:  Meadow Hills GC, 3609 S Dawson St, Aurora 80014      303-326-8450
Golf Format:  Step-aside scramble so anyone of any golf skill can play.  Rules and scorecards will be provided. 
  • Golf - $67 includes practice balls and cart 
  • Dinner - $26. Italian Buffett including appetizer, dessert, lemonade and tea
  • Cash Bar
Billing:  All costs will be billed to your Denver Lions Account.  No need for checks or cash
Sign up:
  • Call, text or email Lion Steve ("Let's Boogie!") Krebsbach.
  • Sign up individually or with a group by responding to this email with the info below.  Invite your guests to play with you in your foursome.  Guest are welcomed and encouraged at the dinner as well. 
  • For those signing up individually, you will be assigned to a foursome of other singles
  • What I need:
    • Lions' names and at least one cell phone number for the group
    • Guests names (be sure to bring your spouse to dinner if they are not playing golf with you!)
    • Golf and Dinner or Just Dinner for each person
Lions on the Mall
Visible Tuesday was on April 23 on the 16th Street Mall.  It is often is said Lions do great service but few really know about Lions.  The goal of Visible Tuesday is to put a public face on Lions and what we do.
Lion Susy Award
Lion President Susy Osorio-Kinsky received the Lions International President Service Award.  It was awarded by International President Gudrun YngvadottirIt in recognition of the local and global impact on humanity in the area of service.   Congratulations Lion Susy.
Melvin Jones Fellowship Awards
Two of our Denver Lions were awarded the Melvin Jones Fellowship awards for their long term service to the community and Lions.
Lion Myrna Ann Adkins
Club Board of Directors, Savio Trustee, Denver Lions Foundation Trustee, 1st VP, Club President,  Many international missions to Mongolia and Ethiopia.  Active in many club activities and programs. 
Lion Steve Krebsbach
Club Board of Directors, Denver Lions Foundation Trustee, Colorado Lions Kidsight Director, Club President, Humanitarian Award, Anne Sullivan Award, Lion Golf Tournament Chairman.  Supports and participates in many club programs and actives. 
Congratulations to Lion Steve and Lion Myrna Ann
In Memory of Lion Harold Hein
Harold D. Hein    8/31/1934 to 4/17/2019

Harold D. Hein, Small Town Boy Who Saw the World, Dies at 84. Born on August 31, 1934, in Grainfield, Kansas to Matthew and Julia Hein, Harold Dean Hein was the
youngest of six children and was given the nickname of “Tweety.” During his childhood, he played various sports, including basketball and baseball. At the
University of Kansas, Harold was the manager of the track team. Most importantly, while attending KU, Harold met the love of his life, Martha Ivon Olson, and their love
story lasted 63 years. They married in 1957 and raised their family of four children in Arvada, Colorado. After graduation, Harold earned his CPA license and started
working for the firm of Arthur Young, becoming a partner in 1969. He also served as an MP in the Army Reserve, shortly after college. After leaving Arthur Young/Ernst
and Young in 1990, Harold never retired but continued to help clients, family, and friends with their taxes and estate planning.
The Rocky Mountain Lions Club Eye Institute was lucky to have Harold as their treasurer for 30 years.  Lion Harold joined the Denver Lions Club in 1973 and served the Club as a Director and Treasurer from 1989 to 2007. He was a Progressive Melvin Jones and Life Member of the Club. He was awarded Lions of Year in 2000. Until this last year, he maintained perfect attendance at meetings and functions of the club.
A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.
Donations can be made in his honor to the Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Institute
Help support the Club  sign up for King Soopers Cards,
A Call to Action
This weeks edition of A Call to Action is:
Sign up for a service project 
Upcoming Events
KIDSIGHT AT Monarch Montessori
Monarch Montessori
May 06, 2019
8:30 AM – 11:00 AM
May 09, 2019
12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
May 13, 2019
8:30 AM – 11:00 AM
Lion Club Meeting
May 14, 2019
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
May 21, 2019
12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Club Office at First Baptist Church
May 27, 2019
8:00 AM – 9:30 AM
Lion Club Meeting
May 28, 2019
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
Lions Club Meeting at Savio
Savio House
May 28, 2019
12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Bull and Bush
May 31, 2019
5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Meadow Hils Golf Couse
Jun 04, 2019
12:00 PM – 8:00 PM
May 14, 2019
Update on Savio House
May 14, 2019
City of Denvder
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