Lion Zoom Meeting
Meeting:    Denver Lions Meeting
Date: Tuesday September 22
Time: Noon - 1 pm
Speaker Scott Levin - Reg Dir ADL
Scott Levin is the Regional Director of the Anti-Defamation League’s Mountain States Region.  He assumed this position in December of 2010, after retiring from 28 years as a successful trial attorney.  
Scott is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of George Washington University and graduated from the University of Denver College of Law where he was a national moot court finalist.  Prior to becoming part of ADL’s professional staff, he was a member of its Board of Directors and the recipient of its 2010 Torch of Liberty Award.  Scott is a member of the City and County of Denver’s Equity and Reconciliation Taskforce, and has been the Chair and/or member of several non-profit boards, including the Metropolitan State University of Denver Foundation, Rose Community Foundation, the Denver Jewish Day School, JEWISH Colorado, Stepping Stones and Congregation Emanuel.
Scott is a frequent speaker and writer on civil rights issues. He has authored many articles, is regularly interviewed by local media, and has testified on numerous occasions before the Colorado Legislature on issues pertaining to equality, diversity, inclusion and educational opportunities for all.
NOTE:  Zoom meeting login will be sent by email prior to the meeting.
Denver Lions Directory 2020-21
A big Lion ROAR for Lion Dwight Steen for publishing the 2020-21 Denver Lions directory.  It takes many hours for Lion Dwight to assemble the directory.  If you did not receive your member directory in the mail contact Lion Dwight.  The Club directory is also on the Club website.  Your password is needed to access the directory and your profile
Thank You
Hi Denver Lions,
Mr. Cody and his students are about to get a special delivery, thanks to your support for their classroom project: Music and Reading.  To help teachers and to ensure integrity, we purchase the resources for every project funded through our site. We just got word from our vendors that the materials for your project are en route to Center for Talent Development!
You'll receive thank-yous and photos from the classroom, but in the meantime, we can just imagine their excitement* when they open the new materials you've made possible. Thank you for making a classroom dream come true! .   
*In case you were wondering, it generally looks something like this:
Lion David Lambert
Name: David Lambert
Family – Married to Anne Lambert, 3 grown Children Brian (wife Retta)(1 Daughter Winter), Stephen ( Wife Cora)
(1 Daughter Terra, 2 Sons  Caelum and Cyrus), Alexandra Streble (Husband Frank)(Barren, just kidding, no children).
College: Colorado School Of Mines BSME
Hometown: Denver, CO
My job if working or last job if retired: Owner Manager Allwell Rents
I like Lions because: We Serve and it allows me to be with people who want to serve our community.
I am interested in: Many things, Business, Mountain Biking, Cooking, Skiing, Education, general learning.
My very first job was …Janitor at my father's drug store
Do you have any skills or talents that not very many people know about .: Good cook
Name three words that describe you: Friendly, Sincere, Tenacious
What are you happiest doing, when you are not working: Mountain Biking, Being with friends, being with family
What are some causes you care most about. Education and life opportunities for the disabled. The environment and relation to economics,
What is something you want to do before you die: The obvious answer is live but you are probably looking for Sail a boat around the Carribean or Mediterainian or both.
When you were a 10 year old what did you want to be when you grew up. Long time ago. I think at 10 I wanted to be a super hero.
What is something other members may not know about you: We play bridge and like to travel, They may not know about my love of Mountain Biking (about 25years)
Thanks for eyeglass collection
Thanks Dr. Politzer of Neuro-Sight Vision Care for being a collection location for used eyeglasses. Lions collect used eyeglasses.  They are taken to facilities where they are cleaned and the prescriptions are read.  They are then made available for mission trips going to other countries where eyesight care is lacking. You can find eyeglass collection boxes at just about any optical store and many medical facilities.  In addition, many churches and other locations participate in the program.  Go to for Recycle for Sight collection locations.
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