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Theme: Sense of a Goose
Symbol: Goose


Before being elected Club President, Debbie served as First Vice-President, Membership Chairman, Conservation Chairman and served committees on Nominations, Awards, Ways & Means, Home Life, Public Safety, a Children's Art Show and Christmas Charities.

During tenure as President, the LWC continued the success of the annual Lilburn Daze Festival. They purchased two bullet proof vests for the Lilburn Police Officers through several fund-raising projects. The club's Adopt-a-Highway, a volunteer clean-up program along a 1 mile stretch of US Highway 29 was begun. A LWC project to sell t-shirts for a Nature Trail/Outdoors Learning Center raised $500 toward this effort and an additional $500 was donated from the club. LWC also supported efforts to establish Lilburn Elementary School's Nature Trail.

LWC continued participation at Camp Promise for At-Risk Children, in the Walk for Life's Cancer Benefit at High Hope center with dances and parties for the disabled, projects helping Samaritan's Purse, Holiday Clearing House, Child Reach Adopt-a-Child Project, Operation Smile and Wesley Woods Geriatric Hospital continued throughout this year.

Jenny Nall, teach and club member, participated in the Friendship Force 1999 Educator Exchange in the Middle East. A letter of commendation concerning the establishment of the Jubilee School in Jordan along with a donation was sent to Her Majesty Queen Noor of Jordan.