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Whenever a Lions club gets together, problems get smaller and communities get better. That's because Lions help wherever help is needed - in our own communities and around the world - with unmatched integrity and energy.
District 22B Cabinet Officers, Zone Officers, Committee Chairs, and Lion, Lioness, or LEO Club Presidents, Secretaries and Treasurersshould be able to LOGIN to the SECURE Member pages of this website, provided that we have their current and correct Email address recorded in our Member Database.
We inviteALL District 22B Lions, Lioness or LEOsto request Member Page Access, by clicking on theRequest Access button below. Then simply provide the required information and SEND the request, We will add you to the website's Member Database and notify you as soon as possible thereafter.
TO LOGIN, enter YOUR Email address as your Username, and then enter the current Password.
To obtain the current password, click on "Forgot My Password"and enter your Email address. If the address you enter matches one in our Member Database, the password will be immediately Emailed to that address.
Verify that your information is being correctly entered and if you still don't receive the password by Email or can't log in to the Member pages, click on the Request Login Help button below. Then simply provide the required information and SEND the request. We will reply as soon as possible after reading your email to help you with your login.
"You are legally blind." With these four words Lion Jim Hindman, renowned entrepreneur and founder of Jiffy Lube International, faced the biggest challenge of his life at age 57 when he was diagnosed with macular degeneration, an age-related progressive disease that leads, eventually, to blindness. Throughout his successful career, Hindman always met challenges head-on, but nothing prepared him for the impact of macular degeneration. Fearlessly embarking on a more than 20 year exploration with multiple physicians throughout the United States, Hindman refused to give up until he found a way back through the darkness; innovative new medical procedures and technologies ultimately restored his vision after he successfully underwent surgery for the implantable miniature telescope.
In the book, Lion Jim Hindman shares his remarkable journey to recovery, his setbacks, and dramatic achievements. Woven throughout his inspirational account is a rags-to-riches story featuring many of the lessons he learned as kid on the streets of Sioux City, shining shoes and selling newspapers, to become a self-made millionaire by 35.
►Do you know that we've made it easy for you to Identify and Review themost recent updates and additions to our website?
1.Click on "What's New?" at the top of the Home Page and you will be taken to our "What's New?" section, where all recent changes are listed in descending chronological sequence.
2.Once there, you can select any of the listed changes to go directly to the page or section where the change was made, or to open and view the new or changed document that is being referred to.
Pay particular attention to the value in the "Login Req" column. If it contains "No", a login is not required for you to view the changed or new information; however, if it contains "Yes", you must be logged-in before you can access and view the new or changed information.
►Do you knowthat if you are a member of a Lions, Lioness or LEO Club within District 22B, YOU have access to the MEMBER PAGES of this website? (requires your login)
►Do you knowthat if you are a member of a Lions, Lioness or LEO Club within District 22B, you can view any of the most recent FOUR years of District 22B Newsletters on our website? (requires your login)
Your Username is your Email Address and if you don't know your Password, you can retrieve it by clicking on the "Forgot My Password" link at the bottom of the Login Window and then simply follow the on-screen instructions.
2.Once you are logged in, click on the "District Newsletters" link shown in the expanded menu on the left side of the screen to access the District Newsletters page.
3.Once on the District Newsletters page, you can select any of the four years of Newsletters shown, to read on screen, or if desired, to print all or any part of a Newsletter on your printer.
►Do you knowthat if you are a member of a Lions, Lioness or LEO Club within District 22B, you have access to the wealth of information contained on theMember Home page of our website? (requires your login)
1. MYLCIExplanation, Registration and Login, for use by Club Secretaries, Treasurers & Presidents
2.MYLCI Training Materials for Club Secretaries and Treasurers
3. Lions International no cost Training Webinars(including Registration for upcoming webinars and viewable archives of previous webinars)
4. Lions Organizational Documents, such as Constitution and ByLaws, Policy and Procedures Manuals and others (also see #12 below)
5. Recent Lions International Membership Reports
6.The entire District 22B Roster Book
7.District 22B Cabinet Meeting Minutes and Treasurer Reports
8.Club Self Evaluation Materials
9.Customizable Mentoring Guides for New Club Members
10. Club Officer Training materials for Presidents, Secretaries, Treasurers and others
Lions District 22B would like to thank Lions Clubs International and LionNet International Administrators for making LionNet and e-district web services available to all Lions Districts worldwide. This site's content is designed and maintained by District 22B and hosted without charge by Lions Clubs International. Links to other websites are provided for reference and research only. Neither Lions District 22B nor Lions Clubs International endorse, control or guarantee the content of any third party website.
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