Clubs Activities Brief - February 2014
MIDLAND PARK LIONS:
Midland Park resident Nancy Aquadro and her daughter, Nancy, make a donation to the Midland Park Lions Club’s recent food drive to benefit the Center for Food Action. Pictured manning the donation table in front of the A&P are, from left: King Lion Jack Romano, John Meeks and Nick Papapietro.
Chester Lioness Club
The Chester Lioness Club will meet for dinner at 6:30 PM on Thursday, March 6th 2014 in the Lamplighter Restaurant, 190 West Main Street, Chester, NJ 07930. This evening we are delighted to have Cheryl Kennedy discuss "The Benefits of Cleansing" a body detoxification program employing whole foods.
Cheryl Kennedy is passionate about whole foods and wants everyone to share her passion. She helps people bring whole foods back into their daily life by guiding them through “The Body Rejuvenation Cleanse” book, written by Delia Quigley. Cheryl has practiced the Cleanse for several years and studied with Delia to learn the principals of cleansing.
The Body Rejuvenation Cleanse is a food based detoxification program that takes place over 5 weeks. During the Cleanse, you introduce quality foods into your daily diet while allowing your body time to detoxify. This time of cleansing is an education about the effects of food on your body. The Body Rejuvenation Cleanse is different from other cleanses because it is all about whole foods. Cheryl offers small group and private cleanses through the Acupuncture Center of Chester and can be reached at 908-256-6187 .
Community residents are welcome to join the Lionesses for this program by reservation only. To learn more about the Chester Lioness Club and/or to register for this program phone Holly Simmenroth at 908-879-5932
Hammonton Lions Recognized for Years of Service:
Fifteen Hammonton Lions were recognized by Lions International with chevrons for their years of service at the club's meeting on February 4th. President Arthur Orsi congratulated those members and noted that although increasing membership is always a goal, retaining members is an important measure of a club's success in service to others.
Standing l to r:
Arthur Orsi, 45 yrs.; Jack Gillespie, 10 yrs.; Michael Messina, 20 yrs.; Pat Aloisio, 25 yrs.; Sal Velardi,
Membership Chairperson, and Gabe Donio, 15 yrs. Seated l to r: Mary Gillespie, 10 yrs.; Sally Mischlich, 15 yrs.;
Carol Orsi, 15 yrs.; Kathy Velardi, 15 yrs. and Past President Lisa Frederico holding the Retention Patch the club
received for 2012-2013. Lions not pictured: Douglas Martin and Lori Orsi, 10 yrs., John Fricke and Carmella Santora,
15 yrs., Michael Carnesale, 20 yrs. and Andrew Kondrach, 30 yrs.
District 16-D Charitable Foundation
On Wednesday, Jan. 29th IPDG John Kobland and Lion Bob Pawlik, President of 16-D Charitable Foundation, presented a check for $500 from the Foundation to the Renovation House in Perth Amboy, NJ.
Renovation House is a faith-based residential drug and alcohol rehabilitation program for men free of charge.
In addition to this residential program they provide Sandy-relief efforts (e.g., clothing, food) and a free dinner every Tuesday and during the holidays to the community.
Last Thanksgiving they served dinner and special services to over 1000 needy people.