WELCOME TO DISTRICT 2-T2!!

District 2-T2 includes 22 counties in the Panhandle-South Plains region of Texas. We have more than 1,100 members in 38 Lions Clubs who are dedicated to serving their communities and meeting humanitarian needs.

"We Serve and You Can Too!


DISTRICT 2-T2 REMEMBERS PDG JOE HARGROVE

PDG Joe Hargrove of Crosbyton passed away January 22. He was 88.

Lion Joe served as District  2-T2 Governor in 2002-2003. He was a member of the Crosbyton Lions Club before transferring his membership to the Lubbock Redbud Lions Club.  Lion Joe was awarded a Life Membership in Lions Clubs International on October 21, 2021. He was inducted into the Texas Lions Hall of Fame in 2015.

PDG Joe served in several roles in Crosbyton, including Mayor, City Councilman, School Board member, and as a member of the Board of Directors of the Pioneer Memorial Museum and the Ericson Farm & Ranch Museum. 

Survivors include wife Joyce, daughter L'Rae Watson, son Shawn Hargrove, two sisters, and six grandchildren. 

CLICK HERE to read PDG Joe's obituary on the Adams Funeral Home website. 

Please keep Lion Joyce and the Hargrove family in your thoughts and prayers. PDG Joe will greatly missed!


DISTRICT 2-T2 REMEMBERS PDG JAMES OSBORNE

PDG James Osborne of Lubbock passed away January 18, 2022. He was 84.

Lion James was a Life Member of Lions Clubs International and was the last remaining charter member of the Lubbock Redbud Lions Club. He served as District 2-T2 Governor in 2014-2015. 

He also served on the Board of Directors of the Great Plains Lions Eye Bank and the Texas Girls and Boys Ranch.

His career in grocery management spanned 51 years with Furr's Supermarkets and Albertsons in Lubbock and Santa Fe. 

He was preceded in death by his wife, Gaither. Survivors include daughters Lee Ann Corbin and Kerri Johnson, three grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.

CLICK HERE to read PDG James' obituary on the Resthaven Funeral Home website. 

District 2-T2 sends its heartfelt condolences to PDG James' family. He truly had a servant's heart and will be greatly missed! 


OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUTH CONTESTS NOW APRIL 2

The District 2-T2 Diabetes Awareness Essay Contest, Drug Awareness Speech Contest, and Outstanding Youth Contest will be held at 10:00 a.m., April 2, at St. Luke's United Methodist Church, 3708 45th Street, in Lubbock. Deadline for entries is March 25, 2022.

  • CLICK HERE for the District 2-T2 Contest Information Sheet. 
  • CLICK HERE for the District 2-T2 Contest Application Form.

CLICK HERE for January 15 Midwinter Conference Photos


JANUARY 2022 ISSUE OF THE WINDMILL!

CLICK HERE to read/download the January 2022  issue of THE WINDMILL.


CLUB 100 % PARTICIPATION IS STILL IMPORTANT!!

District 2-T2 will not have a District Governor's Contest in 2021-2022. However, it is important for our clubs to continue their support of Lions charities.  

CLICK HERE for a list of charities for this year's "100%" participation!


DISTRICT 2-T2 GOALS FOR THE YEAR

●   Approximately 35 percent of District 2-T2 club officers will attend/participate in training sessions for their respective offices.
●   District 2-T2 will have a gain of 25 members by June 30, 2022.
●   District 2-T2 will charter one new Lions Club, one new Leo Club and one new Specialty Club by June 30, 2022.
●   At least 40 percent of District 2-T2 Lions Clubs will report their membership and activities on a regular basis.
●   The District Governor will make official visits to each District 2-T2 Lions Club.
●   At least 40 percent of District 2-T2 Lions Clubs will participate in Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) Campaign 100.
●   District 2-T2 Lions Clubs will strive to raise $17,000.00 for LCIF by June 30, 2022.

MEET INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT DOUGLAS ALEXANDER

●   CLICK HERE to meet our 2021-2022 Lions Clubs International President Douglas X. Alexander of the Brooklyn Bedford Stuyvesant Lions Club in Brooklyn, NY.
 

 

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