GringoPost | Ecuador: Lions Club Meeting, Monday Sept. 17th

Logo HTML1

Ecuador-logo HTML40

The Fusion Pocket Radio (Test)

Search HTML3

Lions Club Meeting, Monday Sept. 17th

Wow! Our last meeting on September 3rd (US Labor Day), was great (And this is from a guy that pretty much hates meetings.). Some folks were unable to attend because of the holiday. Nonetheless, we had 17 attendees.

Some of what impressed me was:

Diversity—We had about equal numbers of women and men. We had tall people and short people. We had various ethnicities. We had outgoing people and shy people. We had ages from middle-aged and upwards. We’re still looking to add Latinos and English speaking people from places other than the U.S.A.

Commonality—Diversity brings many insights, but there needs to be a unifying purpose. For the attendees, it is to reach beyond their own needs to help Ecuadorians.

Fun—As I said, I hate meetings. But this was fun (still a meeting though!) We literally had a few heartfelt tears, lots of laughter, interesting stories, insights into where we hope to go, and the fellowship of people who care about each other and want to do something to give back to Ecuadorians.

What’s Keeping you Away?

We need a total of 20 members to get a charter. (Want to go down in Ecuador and Lions history as a “founder” of the first English speaking Lions club?–here’s your chance!)

Our dues are very modest, pretty much just enough to cover Ecuadorian and International Lions administration costs. There is no “high pressure” to give additional time or money.

Don’t want to help Ecuadorians? (That’s a good reason to avoid us.)

Too busy with other charity work? That’s another good reason to not join. (But, bless you!)

Too many other social activities? (What are your time priorities? Does your time usage meet you desired uses?)

Shy? (Nobody will make you talk to anybody! Well, a “hello” would be good.)

Other? (Please let me know.)

Monday, Sept. 17th; Meeting 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM. Come at 12:30 and enjoy the great Tex-Mex food if you can. Meeting, free; Lunch approx $7-$11, El Rey Del Burrito Cuenca located at Alfonso Cordero 2-93 y Manuel J Calle across the street from SuperMaxi El Vergel., Cuenca.

Monte Montana: 093 989 6749. Call after: 9 AM