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Lions Club
contribution to
Clean-up effort
following 2008

Cleaning materials are available at City Hall
including Bleach, gloves, Mosquito Spray
call 573-242-3336 or stop by during business hours
Clarksville Lions line up for 2008 Applefest Parade
Clarksville Lions 4 Person
Team Scramble
Funds go to support Local Lions Community Activities
Eagles Bluff Golf Course Clarksville, MO
August 20, 2011; 10:00 AM Shot Gun Start

$240 Team Entry fee including green fees, Cart, Prizes, and Lunch
Flights and prizes determined by number of entries
There will be contests; Longest drive, Closest to pin, skins, mulligans, multi flag
There will also be a silent auction
Please register by mail by August 24. Make checks payable to
The Clarksville Lions Club,
mail to Jim Brossia, 12720 Hwy 79, Clarksville, MO 63336
For more information
call Jim at (573) 242-3844 or Kalee at (573) 242-3309

Entry form Team Registration $240.00 team

Hole Sponsorship $60.00 per sign

left to right:  
First Place Winners
Don McCarty, Ed Pennington, Jim Brossia,
President of Clarksville Lions Club, and Russ

Graciously donating their winnings back to the Lions Club.
Jim Gott,
Ed Pennington
Russell Stephens
(almost a hole in one)
Clarksville Lions Club President
Jim Brossia presents a $1000
check to Interchurch Council
Treasurer, Mrs. Melva Lovell,
during Lions regular meeting on
October 6, 2011.  

This contribution was made
possible with proceeds from the
2nd annual Lions golf tournament
on August 20, 2011. Interchurch
Council funds are used to assist
with payment of utilities,
prescriptions, rent and to provide
Christmas Vouchers.  

Income for the Council is derived
through donations and fundraisers.  
If you wish to make a donation,
please contact Mrs. Melva Lovell
at 573-242-3331
 Mike Jones, new member being inducted into membership,       
  Lion George Yates (sponsor), Lion Lyn Poterfield, District          
  Governor, and Lion Mike Scoggins