e-District House




 DG Jay McClary




1st VDG Les Taylor

Hilton Head Island Noon


2nd VDG Anthony Bell





2021 - 2022 District Goals

1. All clubs will be encouraged to begin one new hands on service project during the year.

2. Fifty percent new incoming presidents will complete club officer training.

3. Seventy two percent of zone chairpersons will complete zone chairperson training.

4. District 32C will add at least one new club.

5. The district will add a minimum of 120 new lion members (30 per quarter).

6. The district will not lose more than 100 current members (25 per quarter).

7. Fifty percent of clubs in the district will contribute to LCIF.

8. The district will raise $30,000 for LCIF.

9. Fifty percent of clubs will contribute to LVS.

10. Twenty percent of district clubs will support LVS with their Lion Fishing Tournament, with service hours and/ or monetarily.

11. Seventy percent of clubs in the district will report their service activities.

12. Twenty five percent of district clubs will donate to the district project “Sight for Mozambique.” Contributions of used glasses collected and/or monetary funds.




The International Association of Lions Clubs

Living Our Promise: The Core Messages

We serve where we live. We are ready whenever and however our communities need us.

We are global. We are committed to pitching in with resources wherever we are needed in the world.

We give 100 percent. We cover all costs from our own dues, ensuring that all donated funds go to the causes. Transparency and accountability operate at every level; in fact, The Financial Times has ranked Lions Clubs International Foundation the “best among non-government organizations worldwide with which to work.”

We do it ourselves. We do whatever is necessary to help our local communities and our global network. We are proud to be more than a “check-writing” organization. Whether that means raising money or rolling up our sleeves, we do it all on our time.

We are rich in heritage and pride. We are proud that our organization is close to a century old, and that it has a distinguished history of doing good works for the world. Local communities respect and trust their clubs, both because those clubs are made up of neighbors and friends who have a long record of support, and because of the Lions Clubs International name and legacy.

We are in good company. We have fun in our clubs. And when we meet fellow Lions for the first time, we treat them like old friends.

We’re open. We are kind and generous people who want to help.

We are dedicated to sight—and more. Since Helen Keller in 1925 challenged the Lions to be “knights of the blind in this crusade against darkness,” Lions clubs around the world have fulfilled the mission of addressing vision health and promoting research for solutions to vision disease. Today, Lions clubs work on global initiatives for youth, health, disaster relief and others that affect local communities everywhere.


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