|Lions Del Neumeister (left) and John Cooper (right)|
flank DG Larry Burhead, who presented awards.
With spring -- and hopefully better weather -- upon us, there was discussion about a timetable for next steps in our project to assist with development of the new Frisbee Course near U.S. Highway 85 just west of the bridge. Mid-to-late April will find Lion workers helping pour round concrete pads for the course. Because of Good Friday and other conflicts, a specific date has not been set.
All members were reminded that the Pancake Breakfast is this coming Sunday at the Moose Lodge. A sign-up sheet was passed around for the "early" and "late" shifts, and a few more tickets were distributed. Serving on Sunday will begin at 8:00 a.m. and continue until 1:00 p.m.
Lion Leo Orme topped off the evening with a grand presentation on the Barns of Lawrence county, narrating a video the helps tell the story of many classic barns in this area. It was an abbreviated but updated version of a program he gave last year at the Spearfish Area Historical Society.