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Md 13
District 13H
Lions Club of Western Hills (Cincinnati, Ohio)

Ohio United States
Club Number:005510
Club Address:5494 Desertgold Drive Cincinnati, OH. 45247
This Page address: http://pricehilloh.lionwap.org

bulletWhen:2nd Tuesday 7:00 PM
bulletWhere:Crows Nest, W.8th at Nebraska, (unless not there) Cincinnati, Ohio 45238

Name Office Tel Home Tel
President Tom Enderle quote Chas: NO WAY
1st Vice President Nick Keyes
Secretary 513-765-6016
Treasurer Koester & Erhart
Membership Chairman

2013-2014 OFFICERS  

President: Tom Enderle
1st VP: Nick Keyes
2nd VP: Joe Sedler
3rd VP:  Brian Bessler*

Members of the Board:  Curt Hicks, Ed Horning, Tom Huhn, Bob Trame*, Digger Bujnoch* and Tim Timmers*, Secretary Rich Messerle, Operations Treasurer Chris Erhart III, Special Events Treasurer Gary Koester, and Tail Twister Mike McCafferty*, (*newly elected)
 

Our mission is to serve the sight impaired with focus on our Western Hills neighbors through hands on efforts and financial aid. 

Click below to Pay your Membership Dues 

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2014 FINAL FOUR - NOW ON SALE!!!

April 5, 2014 @ Our Lady of Victory

Convocation Center on Neeb Road

You may pay for your block only if already registered with the Final Four Committee. Last year sold out weeks early!  Paying for a block not registered prior to midnight 4/3/2014 does not guarantee a block. 

Call Rich at 513-470-5578

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2014 Golf Outing
September 22, 2014
Hidden Valley Lake

*Golfers $. *Corporate Sponsors $.0*Hole Sponsors $.  Shotgun Start Scramble - Dinner and Prizes follow 

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Final 4 Party...March 31, 2013 SOLD OUT!!!

You may pay for your block only if already registered with the Final Four Committee.  Paying for a block not registered prior to midnight 4/3/2013 does not guarantee a block. 

Call Rich at 513-470-5578

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Golf Outing
July 8, 2013
Hidden Valley Lake

Weather was custom ordered, the course in quite good condition - amazing given the recent drought- food was good & the beer cold! 21 foursomes.GREAT JOB MIKE STALF& crew 

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Final 4 Party...March 31, 2012

NO IF'S AND'S OR BUT'S ABOUT IT...THIS EVENT WAS A CHART TOPPER! MANY THANKS TO ALL OF YOU WHO CAME OUT TO SUPPORT US.  IT IS THROUGH YOUR EFFORTS WE ARE ENABLED TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE FOR OUR SIGHT IMPAIRED FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS. THANK YOU!SPECIAL THANKS TO LIONS ERHART, MESSERLE AND ENDERLE AND TO THEIR FAMILIES WHO DID THE "LIONS" SHARE OF THE WORK

Walk in the Park - May 19, 2012 - Sharon Woods

SUNFILLED - FUNFILLED - FOODFILLED - ALL FILLED PICNIC AT CARDINAL CREST WITH THE AMERICA COUNCIL OF THE BLIND

Golf Outing July, 2012 HVL

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LIONS CLUB OF WESTERN HILLS

a brief history

Chartered in 1928, the Lions Club of Price Hill celebrated its 75th Anniversary in 2003 with numerous events throughout the year and continuing service to the community and the entire Greater Cincinnati area. The club has funded numerous noble causes as well contributed countless hours of volunteer service. The Lions Club of Price Hill participated in rescue and support activities during the great flood in 1937 and helped hundreds of neighbors with funding and clean-up efforts after the deadly spring tornadoes in 1974 and 1999. Primary club focus remains continued support of the sight impaired via assistance in the origination of and annual contributions to The Cincinnati Association of the Blind and Visually Impaired's Early Intervention Program and the newly instituted Rupert Doan Legacy Award. In May the club participates in the annual "Walk in the Park" where Lions team with local A.C.B members, family and friends for a three-mile hike in Sharon Woods followed by a huge picnic. The club also participates in the Price Hill Thanksgiving Day Parade and December Hometown Day in collaboration with Lenscrafters. Members have been involved with Habitat for Humanity, the Delhi Skirt Game, Diabetes screenings and numerous other volunteer efforts. Annual fundraisers include a Final Four party in March/April and the famous Ironman Triathlon outing in June. In an effort to better reflect an expanded service area, in 2005 the club exchanged the ever esteemed Price Hill name for Western Hills. 2007 found our club grateful recipients of the American Council of the Blind of Ohio, Greater Cincinnati Chapter's prestigious "Ken Marrs Award" for recognition of assistance to the visually impaired.  With distinction as the largest Lions Club in Cincinnati and the designation of "Model Club" with participation in Lions International Sightfirst II program, we are proud of our leadership role and reputation within the community.






































































































































































































































































































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  •  The 2013 Final Four party has sold out!! No more blocks available as of midnight 4/3/2013.

    Pancake Breakfast - November 19, 2011 Delhi Community & Senior Center, 647 Neeb Rd. 8-10:30 am THANK YOU!!! over $1,000 raised!!!

    20th Annual Golf Outing*  Friday JUNE 17, 2011 at Deer Run Country Club. Thanks to all our hole sponsors...and to JTM for a great lunch. We had gorgeous weather and a great time! THANKS TO ALL WHO TOOK THE TIME TO TAKE PART AND CONTRIBUTE TO THE CAUSE! AND SPECIAL THANKS TO TIM, NICK, JASON, RICH, JOE, BOB, MIKE, TOM & JOE WHO DID THE HARD WORK (SOME MORE THAN OTHERS) TO PULL THE OUTING TOGETHER... AND IT IS VERY HARD WORK...

    Walk in the Park...May 21, 2011 Fern Hollow Shelter...Impossibly good weather!! Magnificent time!

    "THE WALK IN THE PARK" AT SHARON WOODS WITH AMERICAN COUNCIL OF THE BLIND on MAY 16th AGAIN PROVED FUN FOR ALL! WHO EVER ORDERED THE WEATHER DID A GOOD JOB, THE RAIN MOVED ON OUT AS WE ALL HIT THE PARK. ONCE AGAIN HEARTFELT THANKS TO BUTCH OF  KLUG BUS SERVICE & BUS DRIVEN BOB FOR THE  HUGE ASSIST. THANKS ALSO TO THE MANY LIONS WHO CHAUFFERED, COOKED, GUIDED & SERVED. IT'S ALWAYS A GREAT OUTING.

    WOW! IS ALL THAT CAN BE SAID!  THE 2009 FINAL FOUR EVENT WAS A RIP ROARING SUCCESS, SELLING OUT NEARLY 2 WEEKS EARLY...THEN  TOPPING ALL FF EVENTS TO DATE. CONGRATULATIONS AND THANKS TO CLUB PRESIDENT RICH MESSERLE, TRESURER CHRIS ERHART,  BOARD MEMBER TOM ENDERLE, JIM WILSON AS WELL AS SPECIAL EVENTS TRESURER GARY KOESTER FOR AN INCREDIBLE PARTY THAT ENDED WITH ALL FACES SMILING. MOST HEARTFELT THANKS TO CINDY ERHART AND DONNA MESSERLE FOR THE CRITICAL ASSISTANCE IN MAKING THIS EVENT A SUCCESS.  THANKS TO WESTSIDE CHILI, HOT WINGS CAFE, JTM, ARBY'S, GARY'S CHEESECAKES, BRUEGGERS BAGELS AND PAPA JOHN'S PIZZA FOR FEEDING THE MASSES. AND...ADDITIONAL THANKS TO PRIMAVISTA RESTAURANT, FAIGLE JEWELERS, ED HORNING AND THE CINCINNATI DANCING PIGS, ALEX HAWKE OF THE PICTURE FRAME COMPANY, STEVE DETERS INSURANCE AGENCY, GRAND VICTORIA RESORT AND MIKE REAGAN FOR PROVIDING DONATIONS FOR DOOR PRIZES.

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    WHAT A TIME ON TURKEY DAY!!! 2009 LION PRESIDENT MESSERLE ALONG WITH PAST PRESIDENTS ERHART AND DORNHEGGEN AND PRESIDENT ELECT DWYER HOOFED IT THE ENTIRE PARADE ROUTE - BANNER IN HAND. PAST PRESIDENT HORNING ROLLED ON AN ANCIENT TWO WHEELER PREVIOUSLY LIFTED FROM ONE CITY COUNCILMAN. ED'S SON IN LAW STRUTTED AND HUGGED HIS WAY THROUGH PRICE HILL AS PERHAPS THE MOST ENERGIZED YET TO DON THE LION SUIT. DIRECTOR GALLOWAY AND NEWBEE GRAMKE STYLED THEIR WAY IN BOB'S "THE MUSTANG" CONVERTIBLE. AND... F.P. VENTRE AND P.P.WILSON ROLLED IN JOE'S AVALANCHE, THE SHORT BED STUFFED WITH VENTRE CLAN AND THE LITTLE EMPEROR HADRIAN D. THE MELTING POT OF PRICE HILL OVERFLOWED WITH SMILES & HAPPY THANKSGIVING DAY WISHES!

    *READY TO SERVE? THANKS TO ALL WHO ATTENDED, PRESENTED AND ORGANIZED THE SEMINAR JULY 25, 2008 ON PANDEMIC FLU AND DISASTER PREPAREDNESS. SPECIAL THANKS TO PRESENTERS, ASSISTANT SURGEON GENERAL, REAR ADMIRAL, DR. JAMES GALLOWAY, MR. JERRY LAUTZ OF THE TRISTATE MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS, MS. ROBIN THOMAS, RN OF THE AMERICAN RED CROSS AND MR. MATT SCHICK OF THE VOLUNTEER RECEPTION CENTER. ALSO THANKS GOES TO TONDA FRANCIS OF THE GREATER CINCINNATI HEALTH COUNCIL AND DAVID DORNHEGGEN FOR M.C. DUTIES. AND, OF COURSE, THANKS TO LIONS GALLOWAY, DORNEGGEN, WILSON, VENTRE, BUNKE, MESSERLE, HUHN, STRAW AND HENDON FOR THE GRUELLING LEG AND PHONE WORK TO FILL THE SEATS. PREPARATION IS KEY TO THE MOST BASIC PROBLEMS IN ANY DISASTER, MUCH LESS THE PANDEMIC INFLUENZA EXPECTED IN THE VERY NEAR FUTURE. VISIT www.ohiopandemicflu.gov FOR DETAILED INFORMATION. THEN CALL THE TRISTATE MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS OR THE AMERICAN RED CROSS TO FIND OUT HOW YOU TOO CAN SERVE EFFECTIVELY IN THIS OMINOUS TIME OF NEED.

    *THE 2008 LIONS LEGENDARY TRIATHLON WAS HELD JUNE 8th & 9th AT BELTERRA RESORT & CASINO! SUNDAY GAVE US AN INCREDIBLE DINNER, GREAT PRESENTATIONS BY HANK BAUD, FORMER CABVI EXEC. DIRECTOR AND CABVI BOARD MEMBER/LION JOHN TOLOS. AMAZINGLY, ALL THE GAMBLERS CLAIMED TO BE "UP!". MONDAY FOLLOWED WITH NEAR PERFECT WEATHER FOR THE MORNING'S GOLF. A HEARTY THANK YOU TO ALL SPONSERS AND PARTICIPANTS AND OF COURSE BELTERRA!!

    *MAY 17TH'S "THE WALK IN THE PARK" AT SHARON WOODS WITH AMERICAN COUNCIL OF THE BLIND MAY HAVE BEEN THE MOST FUN YET! LOADS OF TAKERS FOR THE LONG WALK AROUND THE LAKE AND THE SHORTER NATURE WALK. NO ONE LEFT HUNGRY. THANKS TO BUTCH KLUG AND HIS BUS SERVICE & BOB THE BUS DRIVER FOR THE TRANSPORTATION ASSIST. GREAT JOB LIONS!

    *THE ANNUAL FINAL FOUR PARTY WAS HELD APRIL 05, 2008 AND WAS A RIP ROARIN' SUCCESS!! THANKS TO CHRIS & RICH FOR A JOB WELL DONE AND TO ALL WHO ATTENDED!!

    *DECEMBER 4 MARKED ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL HOMETOWN DAY WITH LENSCRAFTERS

    *THE 2007 PRICE HILL THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE WAS AGAIN A MAGNIFICENT EVENT. NEIGHBORS LINED GLENWAY & WARSAW AVENUES GREETING ALL WITH "A HAPPY THANKSGIVING" WISH. THANKS TO DALLAS MULVANEY OF ATLAS FITNESS AND TRAINING FOR DAWNING THE LION SUIT TO MEET, GREET, HUG AND HIGH FIVE ALL THOSE KIDS! THE ERHART FAMILY VAN DISPLAYED THE CLUB BANNER IN USUAL LION STYLE!!!

    *ON OCTOBER 14, 2007 AT GAMEDAY CAFE THE NEW BELL BASE WAS UNVEILED AT HALF TIME OF THE BENGALS/KANSAS CITY GAME. MUSIC FOLLOWED BY PAST PRES. GARY KOESTER & SHIFTING GEERS WITH SPECIAL GUEST VOCALIST, THE LIONS OWN BELL KEEP, JOE VENTRE!!! A GOOD TIME WAS HAD!!! THANKS TO GREG SCHROEDER AND GAMEDAY STAFF FOR THE HOSPITALITY & SUPPORT! AND A HEART FELT SPECIAL THANK YOU TO VERDIN BELL!


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