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February Club News

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The Kenefick Activities Club is not meeting in person due to the virus. The club has postponed their meetings for the months of January and February.


The Liberty Rotarians are carefully adhering to guidelines for Covid-19 and encouraging everyone to shop local as often as possible. Rotarians are collaborating with other service organizations.


The Fine Arts Society of Liberty Texas fosters the arts and provides scholarships to students majoring in Fine Arts in college. Each year, the Society grants scholarships to such students. The contact person for scholarships is Mrs. Christie Bean of Liberty High.


While they cannot physically meet at the City Hall, they are a closely-knit group who is a model of service for other Lions Clubs. In addition to servicing and supplying needs for the local community, Liberty Lions are always helping with various District, State and International Lions projects and charities, including the Texas Lions Camp (For disabled and diabetic children). Liberty Lions distributed American and Texas flags for the Martin Luther King Holiday and will distribute them again on Presidents Day.


In June of 2015, Evett noticed a pea-sized mass under her left breast. By the time she was officially diagnosed with IBC in July, the mass had grown to the size of a large grapefruit. IBC is a rare and aggressive form of breast cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, about 1% of all breast cancer starts with the reddening and swelling of the breasts instead of a distinct lump that we are trained to examine for. IBC tends to grow and spread quickly, with symptoms worsening within days or even hours. Evett was a fighter, but she did lose this battle. Now, her best friend, Danyelle Spencer Morris, has taken up the cause to educate, inform, and help cancer victims and survivors. She has invited friends and family to help her in this worthy cause. In addition to awarding scholarships and donating money to MD Anderson for research, the Rhondolyn Evett Dearbonne-Morris IBC Research and Scholarship Foundation has been interviewing and broadcasting the stories of the cancer journey. See their Facebook page for updates or to donate to this worthy cause.


Dayton Noon Lions meet each 1st and 3rd Thursday at the Kountry Kitchen in Dayton. The group is happy to be back serving the community. Dayton Lions also distributed American flags for MLK Day and will have them flying proudly for Presidents Day.


Hardin Lions shared with widows, widowers, single-parent families and the elderly for Valentine’s Day. With the hardships brought about by the Pandemic, the Hardin Lions wanted to try to help different demographics and follow up on some individuals that they touched for Christmas.

The Lone Star Boot Crew, which is the Youth Cyber Chat Group for the Hardin Lions, made and delivered Valentine’s Day gifts for widows, widowers, single moms and single dads.

Hardin Lions are already making plans to adopt citizens from local nursing homes for both Mother’s Day and Father’s Day. A bag of essentials and some treats will be given to each one on their respective holiday. The bag will contain such items as hand sanitizer, socks, house shoes, puzzle books, pens, toothbrushes and cards. Anyone who would like to contribute to this effort may contact Hardin Lions President Savannah Ardoin at 936-776-6427 or or Hardin Lions Secretary Bonita Davis at 936-334-9058 or


Texas Lions Multiple District 2, which consists of all Lions in the state of Texas, had their 3rd Council of Governors on February 4 and 5 with a Texas Lions Camp Board Meeting on Saturday, February 6. Officers and District Governors from all across the state gathered to discuss and vote on the business of Texas Lions. District 2-S2 was well represented by District Governor Bonita Davis( Hardin), First Vice District Governor Lisa Free-Martin (Magnolia), Second Vice District Governor Paul Moore(The Woodlands), 2nd Vice President of Texas Lions Camp Board Wes Carr (Conroe Noon), and Vice President of Past District Governors of Texas Lions Past District Governor Chuck Martin(CyFair).

District 2-S2 and the seven counties of Lions, which it represents, invites anyone interested to come and join the fun! Saturday, April 10, from 8 am -10 pm, District 2-S2 will host its District Convention at the Houston Marriott North 255 Sam Houston Parkway E, Houston Texas 77060. We would like for all of our community partners to attend as well as Lions. It will be an exciting day of entertainment, motivational speakers, awards for excellence in service, and the speakers are awesome! KOPE President Kimberly Haynes will be here from Illinois, District Governor/Dr. Javier Morales of Odessa will be a speaker, and the capstone will be Past International President Bob Corlew, who came to Liberty County during Hurricane Harvey to oversee relief efforts!

District 2-S2 is looking for hard-working members who are interested in joining KOPE 2-S2 Cyber Lions Club. KOPE is community facing and we want to touch the world. The club will meet online and perform real-life service activities.

For more information, contact District Governor Bonita Davis at