2016 In Review: Meetings/Workshops/Plantings/Celebrations

Valentine Brunch 2016 April 15th 2016 Tree Planting: Oakhaven Elementary and Westminster Academy The Lumbermen’s Club of Memphis took part in our annual Earth Day celebrations by planting trees at two Elementary Schools: Oakhaven Elementary and Westminster Academy. Mary Cocke, Biology Teacher from the West Minster Academy, wrote a thank you note: “The students had a wonderful time […]

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Passing the Baton for 2016

Richard Hascher, 2015 LCM president was presented with the notorious LCM gold pin and a plaque as he passed the baton to this years serving president, Trey Trainum. Over the past year, the club participated in annual events such as: the Ladies Luncheon, the Lumberman of the Year, Tribute to Gerald Reynolds and Valentine’s Brunch. Thanks to the hard […]

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A Tribute to Gerald L. Reynolds

On May 7th the Lumbermen’s Club of Memphis took an evening to honor their long-standing member and well-respected lumberman, Gerald Reynolds. Club members enjoyed viewing old football photos of Gerald as a young LSU football player and heard stories from former employees and business admirers. Gerald’s professional contributions were recognized by his colleges, including notes […]

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Barbara Rich speaks at Lumbermen’s Club Ladies Luncheon

On November 7th Ladies from the Lumbermen’s Club Annual Ladies Luncheon enjoy hearing from Barbara Rich her life-long experiences with The Salvation Army. Barbara and her husband John are both 5th Generation Salvation Army Officers who transferred to Memphis from Kansas with extensive experience in Army training, education and private sector experience. Barbara’s refreshing and […]

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Earth Day Celebration with Morgreen Nursery

Lumbermen’s Club of Memphis and Hardwood Forest Foundation continued its tradition of partnering with Memphis-area Morgreen Nursery for Earth Day Celebrations throughout the Mid-South. The celebrations, which spanned over a two day period, reached nearly 750 young people, including patients of Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. “The longstanding tradition of presenting the Foundation’s Truth About Trees […]

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