As with any club or activity, a group of individuals, who are not club members, always have a positive effect on outcome of any project. It does not matter if the activity is one of our many service projects, community contributions or fund raising activities.
The Merced Breakfast Lions Club is privileged to
be associated with the following:
2014/2015 Unsung Hero of the Year
On August 20 at our annual night meeting, the Unsung Hero Award was given to Tim Sharp by Lion President Tamela Adkins. Tim is the husband of Lion Secretary, and 2015 Lion of the year Celeste Sharp.
Though not a Lion, Tim's participation in Lions Club activities is a tremendous help during our fundraising events. Tim made and donated custom paddles to stir the huge pots of Cioppino we serve at our annual Cioppino Dinner. Tim is very supportive of Lion Celeste in her arduous task of being our club secretary, and spends countless hours involved in the Lions Club Youth Exchange program.
Thank you Tim.
2008/2009 Unsung Hero of the Year
Lion Maria Vega’s husband Andy has been very dedicated in his services to the Merced Breakfast Lions Club. The amount of energy and time he has given to various projects, such as the selling of fireworks, for example, would be highly commendable even if he were a member of our organization. Andy is always in good spirits, assists his Lion wife, and asks other members what he can do to help. The various projects he decided to become involved with often require several hours of commitment.
On behalf of my fellow Lions, I declare Andy Vega to be strongly deserving of the 2009 ‘Unsung Hero’ award. Godspeed, Andy!
Marco Rudolf, President 2008-2009
2007/2008 Unsung Hero of the Year
Patricia DancyIt did not matter to Pat, if the MBLC event was outside or indoors, hot or cold, or what the project was. The Ciopinno Dinner, the Rigatoni Bowl, Lene’s Garden Walk or numerous other MBLC events, all benefited from Pat’s assistance. And she was also a big help to her Husband, Lion Walt Dancy.