NEW CUMBERLAND - The New Cumberland Lions Club hosted the Oak Glen High School girls volleyball team, the regular season, sectional, Ohio Valley Athletic Conference and 2012 West Virginia state champions, at their Jan. 22 meeting.
The secretary's and treasurer's reports were accepted as read.
Lion Bob Manypenny announced the paper drive will be held Feb. 2, weather permitting.
The New Cumberland Lions Club welcomed the state champion Oak Glen High School girls volleyball team at a recent meeting. Attending were, from left, front, Jessica Stivason, Morgan Poling, Logan Andrews, Emmy Delekta, Kaitlyn Smith and Abbey Tice, and, back, Coach Ethel Riser, Maddison Juszczak, Vanessa Hissam, Carissa Williams, Lacee Porter, Kenzie Rosenlieb, Alex Arnott and Lions President Richard Blackwell. Sydney Kell and Jessica Hutton also are members of the championship team. -- Contributed
Lion Anna Raines will distribute dictionaries to New Manchester Elementary School third-graders at 1 p.m. Feb. 14.
The group agreed to donate excess Styrofoam cups purchased for the chili cook-off to West Virginia University's Energy Express program.
Environmental Chair Russ Flanigan and Lion Arland Lamp recently attended a cabinet meeting in Sistersville, since Zone Chair Brian Webster was unable to attend.
Lion Tom Tate, with a second by Lion Bob McNeil, motioned to adjourn