News from the Chinook Lions Club

 

January 24, 2024

Steve Edwards

Sam French (at left of photo in front of the flag) recently presented plans for an oral history collection for Blaine County. She will be recruiting volunteer interviewers for training by the end of January and hopes to begin interviews in early February. Anyone interested being an interviewer can all the museum for more information: 357-2590. You can also drop by the Museum, 10am-6pm, Monday to Friday. Each interviewer will select and schedule the person(s) for their conversation.

The Chinook Lions Club held its monthly meeting last Tuesday in the community room of the Grande Villa. President Jay Eslick presided. Despite the frigid weather and a brewing snow storm, 15 of the 27 regular members of the club were present. The Club heard updates on a number of projects and approved funding for several existing programs.

Members learned that for the first time in many years the number of members with less than 10 years of membership are now a majority of the 27 current members. Richard Cronk, president of the Club several years ago had a goal to increase the numbers of me...



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