"Lions mourn passing longtime leader Stewart"

Eddie Davis / Conroe Noon Lions

These are the dog days of summer. The extreme temperatures this summer have everything to do with the tilt of the earth toward the sun, causing the sun’s rays to strike the Northern Hemisphere more directly for a longer period of time. The earth slightly wobbles as it rotates, thus shifting the plane … and this year it seems to have shifted slightly forward. The phrase “Dog Days of Summer” stems from the fact dogs tend to be a bit on the lazy side during the hottest days of summer. What’s your dog doing right now? But rest assured, Conroe Noon Lion members are still finding ways to make a difference.    

The Community Partnership Program initiative will conclude on Sept. 1. This once-a-year contribution plan entitles you to various events throughout the year, including our annual golf tournament, clay shot, lucky derby tickets, the Legend of the Lion Dinner/Dance and more. There are four levels of partnership from $2,500 to $500 each with its own varying number of amenities.   Our wonderful Community Partners are the supporters of all our community and charity projects. You too can help us help others by contacting 1st Vice President Bryan Rennell or the club office for additional information. 

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