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Tuesday, January 12, 2016
After and very eloquent, and passionate, plea to help the homeless in Reno, RSGM was presented with the food items collected at the Sparks Greenbrae Christmas party. Kelly Peitz also volunteers at RSGM and was given 100 of the Personal Hygiene kits to pass out during her hours at St. Vincent's Dining Room in Reno.
Sparks Greenbrae Lions has also been invited by Catholic Charities to participate in the8th Annual Project Homeless Connect, on January 26th, to pass out the signature eyeglass case hygiene kits. Up to 1,000 are expected at the event.
Suraj Zutshi, CTC, CTIE
Sparks Greenbrae Lions
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DISTRICT 46 LIONS
STUDENT SPEAKERS CONTEST
The Lions Clubs of District 46 are proud to sponsor our 8th Annual Lions Student Speakers Contest for our area high school students. This enables the students to earn scholarships to help continue their higher education.
A total of $6,450 Scholarship to the Overall Winner. $1,250 Scholarship to the Region Winner!
Our challenging topic for this year is:
This thought provoking subject will give our youth the opportunity to explore in depth a topic that is of vital interest here and abroad; and one that needs immediate attention.
- Club contest - the club shall present $25 to each finalist and $75 to the winner.
- Zone contest - the District presents $125 to the winner.
- Region contest - the Lions Student Speaker Foundation awards a $1,250 scholarship to the winner.
- District contest - the Lions Student Speaker Foundation awards a $5,000 scholarship to the winner.
The scholarships awards are granted for use at any accredited two or four year college, university, or to any other school approved by the Lions of District 46 Student Speaker Foundation, Inc.
The purpose of the contest is to provide an opportunity for competitive public speaking among students on a subject of vital interest to the contestants, as well as to the American people as a whole; and to stimulate self-expression and independent thinking.
The contest is open to students, including foreign exchange students, grades 9 through 12, of any high school, charter school, private school or home school.
District 46 Lions
Public Information Officer