The Woodville Lions donated eight turkeys to the Woodville Area Food Pantry for the upcoming holiday season. Left to right are: Rachel Terkelsen, John Terkelsen, Pastor Keith Anderson, Jill Boston, and Lions J.R. Dachel and Doug Jamieson. Eight turkeys were also donated to the Baldwin Food Pantry. Submitted photo
The Woodville Lions donated eight turkeys to the Woodville Area Food Pantry for the upcoming holiday season. Left to right are: Rachel Terkelsen, John Terkelsen, Pastor Keith Anderson, Jill Boston, and Lions J.R. Dachel and Doug Jamieson. Eight turkeys were also donated to the Baldwin Food Pantry. Submitted photo

WOODVILLE, WI – The Woodville Lions Club held their regular November Meeting on Monday, November 12, 2018 at the Lions Den in Woodville, Wisconsin. The meeting was called to order by club president J.R. Dachel, who led the Pledge of Allegiance and called on Lion Larry Knegendorf to offer the Table Prayer. The Lions then enjoyed a tasty meal of tater-tot casserole and sides prepared by the Woodville Women’s Club who after the meal were recognized for their wonderful meal and service. The president followed the published agenda beginning with Announcements, followed by the Treasurer’s and Secretary’s Reports that were both approved unanimously.

From there it was on to New Business for the Woodville Lions with the first item being the particulars for the upcoming Vision Screenings for 4K and kindergarten students in the B-W School District that will be conducted on Wednesday, December 5. The Vision screenings will be done with two screening machines by certified Woodville Lions beginning at Greenfield Elementary School at 8:30 a.m. and then onto Kids View at Park View Campus to screen the 4K students there. Morning and afternoon students will be screened with this important service to help determine if further professional visual screening is needed.

Next on the New Business agenda was the upcoming Annual Woodville Lions Super Bowl Breakfast. Mark your calendars Woodville, Super Bowl LIII (53) is scheduled to be played on Sunday, February 3, 2019, at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia and you can start game day with a great breakfast at the Lions Den in Woodville. The Lions are planning another fantastic meal for a big turnout!

A couple items were addressed before moving on to Old Business with the first item being the donation of 16 turkeys to the local food pantries in time for Thanksgiving distribution. Lions J.R. Dachel and Doug Jamieson delivered 8 nice sized birds to the Woodville Area Food Pantry based at Zion Lutheran Church and 8 to the Baldwin Food Pantry.

A bit of 2019 Syttende Mai business was dispatched before moving on to the details for the Lions Christmas Party & Dinner set for Saturday, December 1.

With no further business the November meeting for the Woodville Lions Club was adjourned.