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When: 1st and 3rd Monday, 6:30- 7:00 pm ( Pre-Meeting Mixer); 7:00-8:00 pm (Meeting)
Regular Meetings : February 3, 17 (Student Speaker Contest), March 3, 17 April 7, 21 May 5, 19 June 2, June 16 July 7, 21 August 4, 18 September 8, 22 October 6, 20 November 3, 17 December 1, 15, 2014 Annual Christmas Celebration
Lunch Meetings: TBD
Where: Brandon’s Restaurant 1820 Barber Lane, Milpitas CA 95035
We are having community meeting & mixers in different locations to support our members businesses.
8th ANNUAL MAKE A DIFFERENCE DAY
Every October, the Milpitas Executive Lions Club for the past 7 years has sponsored MAKE A DIFFERENCE DAY EVENT for the community. This is the time when we come together in one location and share what services we have in the City of Milpitas and Santa Clara County. Together with the Milpitas Community Advisory Commission we will be focusing on public awareness of services available and how they can benefit from these services, where they can volunteer or make contributions. Together our goal is to build a sense of community by empowering individuals to take action!
There will also be a free HEALTH AND WELLNESS FAIR with the District 4-C6 Lions AJ Robinson Health Screening Van where you can have hearing, vision, blood pressure & glucose tested. FREE FLU SHOTS is also available that day.
Event: Make A Difference Day
When: Sunday, October 26, 2014
Time: 9am – 4pm
Where: Milpitas Community Center
457 Calaveras Blvd, Milpitas, CA 95035
In addition to our city, county, health & wellness resource booths we have added an opportunity to those who have talent to participate in the entertainment portion of this event.
Do you know anyone who will be able to showcase their talent as part of the entertainment for that day? At this time we are putting the program together. It would be advisable to let us know what time they can perform and how much time allocated for the performance.
Your support will make a direct difference to our community. Please feel free to contact us directly with any questions and/or special arrangements that you may have. We are looking forward to another informative, health awareness, community service and fun-filled day.
For more information about the event or If you wish to volunteer, participate to be a vendor or donate contact us by phone: (408) 430-7830 or by e mail: firstname.lastname@example.org;
Milpitas Executive Lions Club Community Meeting with Guest Speakers Dr. John Abordo on Diabetes & Diabetic Foot Infection & Care & Lion Val Issacson, Diabetes Nurse Educator on ADA Walk
On October 6, 2014 at 7:00 PM you are invited to the Milpitas Executive Lions Club Community Meeting at the New Yorker at Brandon’s Restaurant of the Beverly Heritage Hotel located at 1820 Barber Lane, Milpitas, CA.
Our Guest Speaker is Dr. John Abordo, DPM will talk about Diabetic Foot Infection and Wounds & Diabetic Foot Care
Brief Bio of Dr. Abordo:
Doctor of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery, Director of Podiatric Health Services and Specialty Care of Golden Valley Health Centers in Merced, CA
Fellow, American Professional Wound Care Association
Diplomate, American Board of Multiple Specialties in Podiatry
President, Central Valley Podiatric Medical Society
Physician Wound Care Specialist
Member, American Podiatric Medical Association / California Podiatric Medical Association Veteran
US Army 1988 – 1992, 5th General Hospital, 7th Medical Command, USAREUR
And member of Milpitas Executive Lions Club
Lion Val Isaacson, RN and Diabetes Nurse Educator will be there to talk about the American Diabetic Association Walk.
SEE YOU THERE!
The 1st Annual Milpitas Family Bike Ride kicked off on Saturday, September 20, 2014. It was organized by the City of Milpitas and the Milpitas Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission. A Special Thank You to our generous sponsors: Donut Basket, Black Bear Diner, Grocery Outlet, Ocean Market and Sports Basement.
The morning started at 8am at Gill Park in Milpitas where volunteers from the Milpitas High School Leo Club volunteered registering the bike riders, decorating the starting line with balloons and helping with Traffic at the intersections. A Big Thank You to the Milpitas High School Leos for helping out.
Milpitas Mayor Jose Esteves welcomed the bicycle riders as well as Lois, the low price ambassador from Grocery Outlet. We also received a Bicycle Escort from Officer R. Lopez. The group left the starting point at 9:15 in the morning.
The halfway point was at Augustine Park where there were refreshments, energy bars, crackers and the raffle ticket giveaway. The group made their way back to the start/finish line where we raffled off gift cards from Black Bear Diner, Sports Basement gift cards and water bottles. Hope to see everyone again next year.
Links to the pictures are below:
Milpitas Executive Lions club
Monthly Meeting Guest Speaker
Date: September 15, 2014
Time: 7:00 PM Brandon’s Restaurant
(1820 Barber Lane, Milpitas – behind Beverly Heritage Hotel)
How to protect yourself from Foreclosure
What to do if it’s eminent!
Attorney Garry Barbadillo
Bankruptcy Foreclosure Defense Lawyer
Some of the topics to be discussed are:
- When and How a Foreclosure can happen?
- How to avoid Foreclosure or Bankruptcy?
- Do you still have time to save your home?
- Can a Judge force the Homeowner to do a Loan Modification?
- What are the roles of your Real Estate Agent/Broker, Lawyer?
- What’s the situation right now regarding Foreclosures and what’s the latest, including the legal process?
- What are the meanings of: Dead in Lieu of, Judicial Foreclosure, Default Payment, Status of Trustee, etc..
- Open for questions (as time allows)
Come get the latest information on how to protect yourself as a consumer.
Call For details: (408) 262-8425
PDG Ray Maglalang
Guest Speaker Chair
MILPITAS EXECUTIVE LIONS CLUB
ANNUAL SUMMER ADOBO COOK-OFFAUGUST 23, 2014 11:00AM-2:00PM Alviso Adobe Park 2087 Alviso Adobe Court, Milpitas, CA 95035
Admission: $10.00 includes Adobo, Rice, Salad and Drink
Make check payable to: Milpitas Executive Lions Club
Mail to: P. O. Box 360906, Milpitas, CA 95036
Are you’re interested to join the Adobo Cook-off?
Think you’ve got an Adobo recipe that will blow everyone away??? Come out and compete for bragging rights and the Golden Spoon award. Enter now to compete! Spaces are limited and will go quickly.
Deadline for submission of entry form: August 17, 2014
For more information, reservation and entry form contact: Milpitas Executive Lions Club (408)430-7830 or email:email@example.com
Event Chair Thelma Batilo (408)772-1432
President Nelly Cabuslay (408)729-7749
Milpitas Executive Lions Club cordially invites you to
“BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S”
2014-15 Installation of Officers
Induction of New Members
Sunday, June 22, 2014 at 10:00 am
Beverly Heritage Hotel
1820 Barber Lane Milpitas
Cost: $25.00 per person
*Nelly Danao Cabuslay will be the Incoming Club President
For more information call (408)430-7830 or send us an e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
SAVE THE DATE:
May 20, 2014 at 9:00 AM at the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisor Chamber located at 70 West Hedding, San Jose, CA.
May 20, 2014 Tuesday, 7:00PM at Milpitas City Council chamber, 2nd floor, 455 East Calaveras Blvd. Milpitas, CA.
For over 80 years individual Lions clubs and districts in the United States, Canada and other countries has been collecting used eyeglasses to be donated to needy people throughout developing countries. In October 1994 the Lions Eyeglasses Recycling Program was adopted as an official service activity of the Lions Clubs International. In 2012-13 Lions clubs received more than 3,235,917 pairs of reusable eyeglasses.
Eyeglass recycling boxes are distributed by District 4-C6 Clubs in different. Lions members volunteer their time and services by collecting used eyeglasses for donation, cleaning, repairing, classifying and distributing them through other Lions Clubs hosting optical missions in various countries.
Thank you to all the clubs for your continuously supporting this project.