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Re: approved Blind Lions Minutes for March 5, 2020

Mandi Holley <mandiholley711@...>
 

Did we meet this last Thursday?

On Apr 4, 2020, at 10:52 AM, Betsy Grenevitch via acb-lions <acb-lions@...> wrote:

You should find the minutes for March 5, 2020 attached.



<American Council of Blind Lions Phone Meeting March 5, 2020.docx>
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approved Blind Lions Minutes for March 5, 2020

Betsy Grenevitch
 

You should find the minutes for March 5, 2020 attached.


Conference Call - Is This O and M Program Right for You

Carla Ruschival
 




Begin forwarded message:

From: Carla Ruschival <carla40206@...>
Date: March 23, 2020 at 9:48:08 AM EDT
To: Leadership@...
Subject: Conference Call - Is This O and M Program Right for You

It is sometimes difficult to obtain O and M instruction through our
vocational rehabilitation services due to a shortage of instructors
and other reasons.

Leader Dogs in Rochester, Michigan, offers an orientation and mobility
program that can help solve this problem, and you don't have to be a
guide dog user or even want to become a guide dog user to participate.

Guide Dog Users of Kentuckiana (GDuKI) invites you to participate in
our conference call this evening (Monday) to learn more bout this
Leader Dog program.  The call is at 7:00 PM Eastern (4:00 Pacific and
1:00 Hawaiian), and the dial-in
number is 605-475-6006 and the code is 294444.

Please be prepared to mute your phone when asked to do so. Even a very
small amount of background noise can be very distracting, and is
inconsiderate of others on the call.

All are welcome.


FW: LCI HQ Oak Brook office closed temporarily

mitch.pomerantz@...
 

Fellow Lions:

 

Ray Campbell is probably already aware of this, but please see below.

 

 

Lion Mitch Pomerantz

 


From: Lions Clubs International [mailto:Frank.Moore@...]
Sent: Saturday, March 21, 2020 9:08 PM
To: mitch.pomerantz@...
Subject: LCI HQ Oak Brook office closed temporarily

 

Dear Lions,

The Illinois State government in USA on Friday announced a stay-at-home order starting at 5 p.m. Saturday through at least April 7, marking Illinois’ most aggressive step yet to try to slow the spread of the coronavirus. The measures included the requirement to cease all non-essential services in the state. Lions Clubs International is identified as non-essential. To comply with the state mandate, the Lions Clubs International Headquarters in Oak Brook will be closed at least until April 7, 2020.

While staff will not physically be in the building, staff teams will be working remotely and available during business hours to respond to the needs of Lions. You may contact LCI staff or LCIF staff as needed.

Performance of systems may be impacted due to the increased number of people working remotely, and response time may be affected. Some of our business operations that require physical interaction will likely be limited.

More details will be provided early next week, but here is some preliminary guidance:

·    For information on district and multiple district conventions, please check our coronavirus updates webpage after March 24, 2020.

·    Regarding payment of outstanding dues, we recommend that districts allow clubs that are able to demonstrate they have sent or submitted payment to participate in voting. This could be via a bank statement, copy of demand draft, etc. Clubs will not be cancelled during this time, based on the challenges related to receiving and processing physical cheques and electronic payments.

·    For LCI payments, please utilize online payment options via MyLCI or any other electronic payment method (ACH, SEPA, Boleto, NEFT, etc.) instead of sending checks to the office.

·    Please submit LCIF donations via the website instead of sending checks to the office. Please also note that grant disbursements and recognition will be delayed while the office is closed.

·    There will be delays in shipping LCI awards and recognitions, club supplies orders, as well as delays in processing reimbursements.

We appreciate your patience during these extraordinary times and wish for the health and safety of all our Lions and staff around the world.

In kindness,

PIP Frank Moore
Executive Administrator and Secretary

This email was sent to all Lion and Leo members.

 

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FW: Lion Clubs International Convention has been cancelled

Ray Campbell
 

Hello Lions:

 

Read below and attached, the 2020 Lions International convention has been cancelled.

 

Thanks,

 

 

 

Lion Ray Campbell, President, Glen Ellyn Lions Club and

Vice President, American Council of Blind Lions

Ray153056@...

 

From: Lion Lynne Legan <lionlynnelegan@...>
Sent: Friday, March 20, 2020 7:39 PM
To: Amalia Huerta <molly759@...>; Andrew Brunsen <andrew@...>; Anna Dunek <mikeandanna@...>; Aris Troncoso <aristrains@...>; Arthur Woods, Jr. <artwoods@...>; Barb Thornbury <BThornbury@...>; Bart Henry <bartman149@...>; Betsy Adamowski <betsy@...>; Betty Skvarenina <rootbeermama@...>; Bob Fraley <b.fraley@...>; Bob Jilke <bljilke@...>; Bob Neumann <bob_neumann@...>; Carol Santee <cas@...>; Carolynn Werline <cewerline@...>; Charles Bergsmith <cbergsmith@...>; Chester Cybulski <ChetC2002@...>; Chris Laurent <cllaurent9@...>; Chris Moore <cmoore3914@...>; Chuck Galauner <cgalauner@...>; Daniel Czuba <daniel@...>; Daniel Skarzyski <dsskarzynski@...>; David Smith <desmith404@...>; David Stryker <dastryker97@...>; Dean Jarog <deanjarog@...>; Derek Barton <DBarton@...>; Donna Truax <novanityluvsbatman@...>; Douglas Botkin <dougbotkin@...>; Edward Carter <edward0022@...>; Ellen Cravens <ellen.cravens@...>; Elliott Bortner <ebortner@...>; Evelyn Raske <raskejel@...>; Farah Eck <farah.eck@...>; Ferald Bryan <Fbryan@...>; Frank Lato <franklato71@...>; Gary Hyman <papahyman55@...>; Geoff Zivic <liongeoff@...>; Greg Clevenger <clevy29@...>; Holly Hubert <hollyhubert@...>; Jack Bartoszek <jbartoszek@...>; James Saletta <jsaletta@...>; Jane Bowers <jmcnb21@...>; Jeff Cholewa <lionjeffc@...>; Jerome Perez <sycamorejerry@...>; Jerry Olson <olsonfarms@...>; Jesse Galvez <jess.galvez@...>; Jim Addington <jaaddington54@...>; Jim Kiser <lionjimkiser@...>; Jim Worden <jim@...>; Joanne Watson <teach_um@...>; John ARGYRAKIS <johnargy@...>; John Barsanti <jebarsanti@...>; John Cline <johncline1@...>; John Landon <landon@...>; John Nienhuis <john.nienhuis@...>; Jon Arendt <jarendt@...>; Joseph Bracken <1500hp@...>; Julie Beyer <jbeyer@...>; Julie Edwards <julieedwards1961@...>; Julie Klos <jklos@...>; Julie Peck <Jpeck@...>; Julie Rowland <rowland.family@...>; Kate Witt <katie@...>; Kathleen Reed <kathireed0803@...>; Kathy Safranek <kps1874@...>; Kenneth Griesemer <keng48@...>; Kenneth Strugalla <kms1404@...>; Kevin Hofer <kevin.hofer@...>; Kurt <kwurs36709@...>; Laura LeDonne <fstox@...>; Leonida Pureza <leon.pure829@...>; Lionel Mott <lionelmott@...>; LionLeoSnyder@...; Lori Chassee <ljchassee@...>; Lucy Danner <lrd503@...>; Lynne Dusel <catz1963@...>; Maria Andrews <lionmariaandrews@...>; Mark Bernhardy <mark.bernhardy@...>; Mark Tusken <marktusken@...>; Martha Dumycz <ilvbutterflies@...>; Martin Kerlin <marty3dj@...>; Marty Lundeen <marty@...>; Mary Edith Butler <mbutler@...>; Michael Buhrmann <mike121052@...>; Michael Karl <michaeljkarl@...>; Michael Minella <mminella19@...>; Mike Valez <migelvel@...>; Nancy Rex <nlrex@...>; Nicholas Parashis <Parashis@...>; Nicole Bork <nbork828@...>; Nicole Springer <nrspringer@...>; Nicolette Donofrio <nicolette.donofrio@...>; Norbert Herbert <norbh@...>; Patricia Jackson <pjacks6056@...>; Paula Black <pblack0077@...>; Peter Sprosty <psprosty@...>; R C Crompton <rc.crompton@...>; Randy Porzel <randy.porzel@...>; Ray Campbell <ray153056@...>; Ray Warchol <ray.warchol@...>; Rita Thompson <Thompson.1964@...>; Robert Fowler <lionbob@...>; Robert Lehman <ralamtb44@...>; Robert Mc Knight <n9btf@...>; Robert Olender <rolender@...>; Rodney DURHAM <Rodney.durham@...>; Rodrigo Menendez <rdmm2702@...>; Ron Fangusaro <rfangusaro@...>; Ron Wigton <ronw0805@...>; Sandy Williams <skw140@...>; Sean Birmingham <sbirminghamster@...>; SHAHNAZ ANSARI <Shahnaz1223@...>; Shirley Wodynaki <Shirley.wodynski@...>; Stan Poplonski <spoplonski@...>; Stella Qualizza <stellaqua50@...>; Sterling Price <store1704@...>; Steven Edwards <steveedwards2761@...>; Susan Galvez <sgalvez1569@...>; Susan Wiley <susanlwiley@...>; Suzanne Sedlacek <ssedlace@...>; Terrance Newkirk <tnewki3@...>; Terrance Seifert <tseifert417@...>; TERRI PASTERNIK <LionTerriP@...>; Thomas Jergens <tbonz99@...>; Thomas Jurs <tom@...>; Thomas Reed <tomreed331@...>; Thomas Remakel <jtRemakel@...>; Tim Janis <liontimjanis@...>; Tom Fewell <tbmmfuel@...>; Tom Lueck <tomlucek@...>; Tom Sikorske <tvnasik@...>; Tom Weber <tweber5474@...>; Vasudevan Rajaram <rajapooja2@...>; Wendy Erickson <erickson1615@...>; William Hamel III <hmlshepard@...>; Pam Kelley <ed-pam-Kelley@...>; Bonnie Bradbury <bonnielionbonnie@...>; Dan Bartel <dfbartel@...>; hirschbeintrophies <hirschbeintrophies@...>; liongraves@...; Patty Worden <patriciaworden@...>; Paul Zubinski <pkzenterprises@...>; PDG Eugene Gene Smith <Gsmith395@...>; Sue Knutson <sue.crosson.knutson@...>
Subject: Fwd: Lion Clubs International Convention has been cancelled

 


 

 

---------- Forwarded message ---------
From: <sycamorejerry@...>
Date: Fri, Mar 20, 2020 at 7:35 PM
Subject: Lion Clubs International Convention has been cancelled
To: Lion Lynne Legan <lionlynnelegan@...>

 

Lynne can you send the attached to all the cabinet members and clubs in the district.

 

Thank you,

 

DG Jerome


do it all with one call

Carla Ruschival
 




Begin forwarded message:

From: Carla Ruschival <carla40206@...>
Date: March 10, 2020 at 6:09:38 AM EDT
To: Leadership@...
Subject: do it all with one call

Become a member now of ACB Lions, ACB Families, and/or the Library
Users of America; you can do it all with just one call.

ACB Lions holds a conference call on the first Thursday of each month,
and it is an opportunity to share ways we can be involved in our local
Lions Clubs.  ACB Lions helps sponsor travel for ACB scholarship
winners, and we hold a lunch and a mixer at each ACB national
Conference and Convention.  Dues are $15 a year or $150 for a life
membership.

ACB Families holds a support call on the first Sunday of each month
and a business meeting on the third Sunday of the month.  Our support
calls feature interesting discussions, sometimes a speaker.  Families
will hold three activities at this year's ACB convention - a campfire
sing, a Bingo, and a breakfast and program.  Dues are just $8.00 a
year.

The Library Users of America sponsors "Library without Walls", a
bimonthly conference call that gives us a chance to share book
recommendations on a specific topic.  "The LUA Ledger" is published
two or three times a year, and LUA presents quality programming at the
ACB national convention.  Dues are $12.00 a year or $150 for a life
membership.  LUA also has three chapters - California, Kentucky and
Texas.

For more information or to pay dues for ACB Lions, ACB Families, and
Library Users of America, call 502-897-1472.  You will be glad you
became a part of these growing and active ACB special-interest
affiliates.

Carla Ruschival
President, ACB Lions
President, ACB Families
Board Member, Library Users of American


ACB Lions Minutes for February 6, 2020

Betsy Grenevitch
 

The approved minutes are attached.



--
Betsy Grenevitch
678-862-3876


Re: lions meeting tonight

Kelsey Nicolay
 

Lion Bill Nicolay will not be able to attend. I’m not sure if I will or not.

On Mar 5, 2020, at 5:13 PM, Carla Ruschival via acb-lions <acb-lions@...> wrote:

Just a quick reminder that ACB Lions meets tonight at 9 PM Eastern (6:00 Pacific and 4:00 Hawaiian). The dial-in number is

712-432-3900

and the call code is 796096.

Hope to talk to everyone then.


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lions meeting tonight

Carla Ruschival
 

Just a quick reminder that ACB Lions meets tonight at 9 PM Eastern (6:00 Pacific and 4:00 Hawaiian). The dial-in number is

712-432-3900

and the call code is 796096.

Hope to talk to everyone then.


Become part of the affiliate that roars

Carla Ruschival
 

There's still time to join the American Council of Blind Lions and be
part of the affiliate that roars.

ACBL gives Lions across the country who are blind and visually
impaired a chance to share ideas and experiences. ACBL encourages
people with low vision to become Lions and participate in service
projects in their local clubs and communities.

ACBL holds informative telephone conference call meetings on the first
Thursday of each month at 9:00 PM Eastern Time (6:00 PM Pacific).
Approximately 20 people from across the country join the call each
month to discuss issues of importance to Lions, and there is always
time to ask questions and share ideas and ways we participate in our
local clubs. The conference call number is 712-432-3900, and the call
code is 796096.

In 2020, ACBL will again support the American Council of the Blind
scholarship program. As a sponsor, ACBL will assist outstanding
students to attend the 59th ACB National Conference and Convention in
Schaumburg, IL where they can learn about our outstanding
organization, connect with others in their chosen fields of study, and
discover the many opportunities available to them as they seek to
become successful members of society. Support for this project comes
from contributions from local clubs, from individual Lions, and from
the ACBL treasury.

ACBL will once again host our lunch, program and meeting and our
Milly's Place Mixer at the ACB convention. More details will be
available on our monthly conference calls and in the convention
pre-registration.

If you are already a Lion, have been a Lion in the past, or would like
to become a Lion, you are invited to be part of ACBL. Membership is
open to people who are blind, visually impaired or sighted. One-year
membership is just $15.00; life membership is $150.00.

Whether you are new to ACBL, or you need to renew your membership for
2020, take a few minutes now to become part of ACB Lions; it's quick
and easy. Pay dues by phone with your credit card by calling
502-897-1472, or go to www.paypal.com and send money to
lions.acb@.... Or you may choose to make a check payable to ACB
Lions and mail to:

American Council of Blind Lions
Adam Ruschival, Treasurer
148 Vernon Avenue
Louisville, KY 40206

Reminder: Please be sure to include your name, address, phone and
e-mail address with your dues payment.

Thank you in advance for joining ACB Lions.

Lion Carla Ruschival, President


Meeting tonight - reminder

Carla Ruschival
 

ACB Lions will meet tonight (Thursday) at 9:00 Eastern (6:00 Pacific and 4:00 Hawaiian), at which time we will discuss several issues, including a continuation and update on our sponsorship of ACB scholarship travel. We will also have be sure to have time for updates from participants on their local club activities, with special emphasis on ways we as individuals with low vision participate in those activities.

To join the call, dial 712-432-3900 and enter code 796096.

Lion Carla Ruschival, President


FW: Louisville Newsletter January 2020

Ray Campbell
 

Hi ACB Lions:

 

Below is a link to information on the USA/Canada Lions Leadership forum coming to Louisville, KY September 17-19, 2020.  The newsletter link is to a PDF document but it’s pretty readable.

 

Thanks,

 

 

 

Lion Ray Campbell, President, Glen Ellyn Lions Club and

Vice President, American Council of Blind Lions

Ray153056@...

 

From: USA/Canada Lions Leadership Forum <pr@...>
Sent: Friday, January 31, 2020 1:49 PM
To: ray153056@...
Subject: Louisville Newsletter January 2020

 

Image removed by sender.

 


Re: ACB Lions Minutes from December 5, 2019

Carla Ruschival
 

Hi, Barbara.

The dial-in number for ACB Lions meetings is 712-432-3900, and the code is 796096.

The address for sending dues is

ACB Lions
148 Vernon Avenue
Louisville, KY 40206

You can also pay dues by credit card by calling 502-897-1472; I will be happy to help you.

Dues are $15.00 a year.

Thanks so much.

Carla Ruschival

On Jan 4, 2020, at 12:13 AM, Barbara Lombardi via acb-lions <acb-lions@...> wrote:

Betsy, please give me the phone number for the phone meeting. Also when are dues due? How much and where to send? Thanks. --Barbara Lombardi, Shelton, CT member Derby Centennial Lions Club

-----Original Message-----
From: acb-lions <acb-lions-bounces@...> On Behalf Of Betsy Grenevitch via acb-lions
Sent: Friday, January 03, 2020 2:35 PM
To: acblions acblions <acb-lions@...>
Cc: Betsy Grenevitch <blindangel61@...>
Subject: [acb-lions] ACB Lions Minutes from December 5, 2019

The minutes are attached.



--
Betsy Grenevitch
678=862-3876


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Re: ACB Lions Minutes from December 5, 2019

Barbara Lombardi
 

Betsy, please give me the phone number for the phone meeting. Also when are dues due? How much and where to send? Thanks. --Barbara Lombardi, Shelton, CT member Derby Centennial Lions Club

-----Original Message-----
From: acb-lions <acb-lions-bounces@...> On Behalf Of Betsy Grenevitch via acb-lions
Sent: Friday, January 03, 2020 2:35 PM
To: acblions acblions <acb-lions@...>
Cc: Betsy Grenevitch <blindangel61@...>
Subject: [acb-lions] ACB Lions Minutes from December 5, 2019

The minutes are attached.



--
Betsy Grenevitch
678=862-3876


ACB Lions Minutes from December 5, 2019

Betsy Grenevitch
 

The minutes are attached.



--
Betsy Grenevitch
678=862-3876


Lions Headquarters Tour Update

Ray Campbell
 

Hello Lions:

 

I won’t be able to attend this evening’s conference call since the Multicultural Affairs Committee for ACB is meeting at that same time and I’m the Officer Liaison for that committee.  I’ve talked with Janet and turned over the organizing of the Lions International Headquarters tour to her and Rhonda so they can line up all of the logistics, including lunch.  I will still be involved as the tour gets closer, helping to recruit local Lions members as needed to serve as volunteer guides for the tour.

 

Thanks,

 

 

Lion Ray Campbell, President, Glen Ellyn Lions Club and Vice President, American Council of Blind Lions

ray153056@...

 

 


End-of-year Blow-outs at the Mini Mall

Carla Ruschival
 




Begin forwarded message:

From: Carla Ruschival <carla40206@...>
Date: December 28, 2019 at 10:17:43 AM EST
To: Leadership@...
Subject: End-of-year Blow-outs at the Mini Mall

Please share widely.

We're cleaning off our shelves and making room for new items at the
Mini Mall.  Order now and grab these deals before it's too late.  Very
limited quantities; prices good on phone orders only and while
supplies last.  Free shipping on orders of $50 or more, excluding free
matter items.

To order, have your credit card handy and call the Mini Mall at (877)
630-7190 between 9:00 AM and 9:00 PM Eastern Time (6:00 AM and 6:00 PM
Pacific).

Polo Shirt Blow-out:

The lowest price ever on our Silk Touch snag-resistant 100% polyester
double-knit shirts.  Dress up or down; great for work or casual wear.
Runs small; order up a size for best fit.  Machine washable; hang to
dry.  Just 1 or 2 shirts left in many colors and sizes; see list
below. $20 each

Men's shirt with round ACB logo:

Medium - 1 each gray, lime, black, burgundy

Large - 1 brilliant blue; 2 each lime, black, red, and gray

XL - Only 2 lime

2XL - 1 each black, purple and royal; 2 each gray, pink raspberry,
navy, brilliant blue, and red

3XL - Only 1 red

Men's shirt with new ACB logo:

Medium - Only 1 white

Large - Only 1 carolina blue

2XL - Only 1 teal green; 2 each carolina blue, navy, and white

3XL - 1 each carolina blue and brilliant blue; 2 each purple and white

4XL - 1 each brilliant blue, royal and white

Women's shirts with round ACB logo:

Large - 1 each carolina blue and royal; 2 each navy, yellow, lime and black

XL - 2 each burgundy, teal, royal, navy, yellow, lime, and black

2XL - 1 each lime and black; 2 navy

3XL - 1 each black, burgundy, and navy

Women's shirt with new ACB logo:

Large - 1 each purple and white

XL - Only 1 white

2XL - 1 each brilliant blue, royal and teal; 2 carolina blue

3XL - 1 each pink raspberry, carolina blue, and white; 2 teal

4XL - 1 each carolina blue, teal and white

Updated Last Chance Close-outs

Go the Extra Mile for ACB Tote - From the 2017 walk in Reno, this
cream-colored canvas bag has a desert scene with mountains in the
background and clouds in the sky.  A man is walking with a cane and a
woman is walking with a guide dog.  14 by 14 inches.  $10

100K Photo Finish Zippered Tote - Cream-colored bag is a big 20 inches
wide and 15 inches tall and zips at the top.  Says "ACB, July 6, 2019,
100K Photo Finish, Rochester, NY" and includes the walk sponsors.
Only 1 left.  $12

ACB Sandal Luggage Tag - Fun-loving tag makes luggage easy to spot.
Sturdy bright plastic tag with a strong plastic buckle strap. ACB logo
on front; lines for contact info on back.  Only 2 white and 1 green
tag left.  $3 each

ACB Fleece Jacket - Soft polyester zippered fleece jacket with chin
guard. Two roomy interior pockets; large exterior side pockets zip
vertically for a slimmer look. Open cuffs. Men's sizes only; 2 large
burgundy; 1 XL black; 1 2XL burgundy; and 1 medium in black, gray,
red, and navy.  $39

Official Convention T-shirts - It's fun to collect and wear shirts
from past events, even if you weren't there.  The 2018 shirt from St.
Louis is black with a red design and writing. The famous Gateway Arch
above the St. Louis skyline is on the front and the 2018 Conference
and Convention sponsors are on the back. "2018" and "ACB" in print and
braille are written inside the arch.  Only available in size large.
$10

ACB Bluetooth Headphones - stream music from your Bluetooth-enabled
devices without getting tangled in cords. Built-in microphone lets you
switch from music to phone calls. Also includes a 35-mm audio input.
Adjustable headband fits nearly any head size. Over-the-ear headphones
for private listening. Folds inward and stores in its own carrying
pouch. Up to 8 hours play time on a fully charged battery. 7-3/8 by 7
by 2-7/8 in.  Only 1 left.  $49

ACB Opaque Pens - black pen with black ink.  Only 3 left.  $1 each

People of Vision - A History of the American Council of the Blind, by
James J. Megivern and Marjorie L. Megivern. Well-researched history of
the blindness movement prior to 1961 and the first 40 years of the
American Council of the Blind.  Braille (9 volumes), $30

ACB Credit Card Case - attractive aluminum case protects credit, ID,
and other cards with RFID chips containing your personal and account
information.  Six interior heavy paper slots let you organize credit
cards, ID, health cards and more. Can hold business cards, a key, and
even cash.  ACB logo on front; secure top snap closure. 2-7/8 by 4-1/2
by 5/8 inch.  Only 3 blue available.  $10

--


ACB-L Clearance at the ACB Mini Mall

Carla Ruschival
 




Begin forwarded message:

From: Carla Ruschival via ACB-L <acb-l@...>
Date: December 27, 2019 at 9:20:19 AM EST
To: Leadership@...
Cc: ACB-L@...
Subject: ACB-L Clearance at the ACB Mini Mall
Reply-To: Carla Ruschival <carla40206@...>

We're cleaning off our shelves and making room for new items at the
Mini Mall.  Order now and grab these deals before it's too late.  Very
limited quantities; prices good on phone orders only and while
supplies last.  Free shipping on orders of $50 or more, excluding free
matter items.

To order, have your credit card handy and call the Mini Mall at (877)
630-7190 between 9:00 AM and 9:00 PM Eastern Time (6:00 AM and 6:00 PM
Pacific).

Last Chance Specials:

Go the Extra Mile for ACB Tote - From the 2017 walk in Reno, this
cream-colored canvas bag has a desert scene with mountains in the
background and clouds in the sky.  A man is walking with a cane and a
woman is walking with a guide dog.  14 by 14 inches.  $10

100K Photo Finish Zippered Tote - Cream-colored bag is a big 20 inches
wide and 15 inches tall and zips at the top.  Says "ACB, July 6, 2019,
100K Photo Finish, Rochester, NY" and includes the walk sponsors.
Only 2 left.  $12

ACB Sandal Luggage Tag - Fun-loving tag makes luggage easy to spot.
Sturdy bright plastic tag with a strong plastic buckle strap. ACB logo
on front; lines for contact info on back.  Only 2 white and 1 green
tag left.  $3 each

ACB Fleece Jacket - Soft polyester zippered fleece jacket with chin
guard. Two roomy interior pockets; large exterior side pockets zip
vertically for a slimmer look. Open cuffs. Men's sizes only; 2 large
burgundy; 1 XL black; 1 2XL burgundy; and 1 medium in black, gray,
red, and navy.  $39

Official Convention T-shirts - It's fun to collect and wear shirts
from past events, even if you weren't there.  The 2018 shirt from St.
Louis is black with a red design and writing. The famous Gateway Arch
above the St. Louis skyline is on the front and the 2018 Conference
and Convention sponsors are on the back. "2018" and "ACB" in print and
braille are written inside the arch.  Only available in size large.
$10

ACB Bluetooth Headphones - stream music from your Bluetooth-enabled
devices without getting tangled in cords. Built-in microphone lets you
switch from music to phone calls. Also includes a 35-mm audio input.
Adjustable headband fits nearly any head size. Over-the-ear headphones
for private listening. Folds inward and stores in its own carrying
pouch. Up to 8 hours play time on a fully charged battery. 7-3/8 by 7
by 2-7/8 in.  $49

ACB Opaque Pens - black pen with black ink.  Only 5 left.  $1 each

People of Vision - A History of the American Council of the Blind, by
James J. Megivern and Marjorie L. Megivern. Well-researched history of
the blindness movement prior to 1961 and the first 40 years of the
American Council of the Blind.  Braille (9 volumes), ships Free Matter
for the Blind.  $30

ACB Credit Card Case - attractive aluminum case protects credit, ID,
and other cards with RFID chips containing your personal and account
information.  Six interior heavy paper slots let you organize credit
cards, ID, health cards and more. Can hold business cards, a key, and
even cash.  ACB logo on front; secure top snap closure. 2-7/8 by 4-1/2
by 5/8 inch.  Only 3 blue available.  $10
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From: Lions Clubs International <clubofficers@...>
Sent: Thursday, December 19, 2019 10:08 AM
To: ray153056@...
Subject: Your Club, Your Way! Webinar

 

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Don't miss out!

Your Club, Your Way!

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Dear Lions,

Join us on Tuesday, January 7, 2020 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. CST as we review Your Club, Your Way! Hear from Lions around the world as they provide tips that will help customize your club meetings, become more innovative to adapt your clubs to better suit the needs and lifestyles of club members and much more!

Sincerely,

Your District & Club Administration Support Team

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Virtual Auction Update - Thursday

Carla Ruschival
 




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From: Carla Ruschival <carla40206@...>
Date: December 19, 2019 at 8:00:57 AM EST
To: Leadership@...
Subject: Virtual Auction Update - Thursday

Announcing two more winners in the ACB Virtual Holiday Auction and one
more item still open for bids.  See below for details.
BIG THANKS TO OUR WINNERS

Item 104  Golden Harp Music Box

Donated by the American Council of Blind Lions

Winning bid - $65, Debbie Deatherage, Kentucky

Item 105  Patti's Cookie Balls

Donated by Patti Cox, Louisville, KY

Winning bid - $110, Maria Kristic, New York

UP FOR BID - CLOSING TODAY

Item 106  Sauces and Spices from the Cocoa Exchange

If you've never tried Cocoa Exchange products, you've missed an
incredible taste experience.  This set includes honey sesame sauce,
white chocolate raspberry honey mustard, sweet and spicy cocoa rub,
blackberry chipotle sauce, burger seasoning, and a recipe book.  A
6-piece set in a gift box.

Donated by Leslie Thom, Sacramento, CA

Opening bid - $20

Current bid - $45, Terri Higashi

Closing - Today, Dec. 19, 6:00 PM Eastern 3:00 Pacific)

AUCTION INSTRUCTIONS

Bid on items by phone.  Call (877) 630-7190 between 1:00 PM and 9:00
PM Eastern Time (10:00 AM and 6:00 PM Pacific). We will review the
high bids with you, and give you the chance to raise the bids. If your
call goes to voicemail, leave your name, phone number and time zone
from which you are calling and we will call you back as soon as
possible.

Watch your email for daily virtual auction updates containing items up
for bid, current high bids, and reminders about items ready to close.

Bidding in the auction is fun, but placing a bid is serious business.
It is a commitment on your part to pay for that item, should you be
the winner.  All items are sold as is, and all sales are final.
Payment is due after the item closes, and must be made by credit card
using VISA, MasterCard, Discover or American Express; no checks
accepted.

When an item closes, the ACB Minneapolis office will contact the
winner to obtain credit card information.  If a winner defaults on a
bid, the runner-up will be contacted concerning the item.

Shipping on most items are the responsibility of the buyer, and will
be charged as a separate item on your card. If you purchase multiple
items, shipping will be combined whenever possible. Sorry, but we
cannot offer international shipping.

Now place those bids, and thanks for supporting the ACB Virtual Holiday Auction.

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