Crestline Lions install officers for the new year

Jul 5, 2023 | Communities


(Photo by Rhea-Frances Tetley)

At the Crestline Lions Club’s annual installation of officers, held at the Elks Lodge in San Bernardino on June 11, the following officers were installed for the 2023-2024 year: President Catherine Johnson, Vice President Barbara Rhodes, Secretary Kathy Ogaz, Global Service Chair and Treasurer Bonnie Hawes, Lion Tamer Candice Stunkard, returning award-winning Bulletin Editor Colleen Slaymaker, Tailtwister Rodney Shepherd, Directors Dann Lahr and Rosemarie Labadie and LCIF Chair Catherine Johnson.

President Johnson said the club will continue to do good service on the mountain while having fun and enjoying each other’s company. This is her eighth term as president of the club as a Lion or Lioness and she asked for assistance and suggestions as she takes this leadership trip again. She reminded all members that the board meetings are open to all members to attend and be involved.

“I plan to give 100 percent this year and I hope 100 percent of our members give of their time and energy as you can. As a Lion, ‘We serve,’” she said.




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