Arkansas State Lions, MD-7, represents the Lions Clubs in four sub-districts within the State of Arkansas. MD-7 is governed by the Council of Governors, consisting of the District Governors and the Council Chair. The Council Chair is elected from the preceding year's District Governors. 

The Multiple District 7 Lions Headquarters office is operated under the guidance of the Council of Governors, maintaining the standards of Lions Clubs International and Multiple District 7

 

 

MAP OF THE 4 DISTRICTS

 

IMPORTANT DATES

 

 

FUTURE MD7 STATE CONVENTIONS

 

  • 2022 (MAY13-14)  - JONESBORO  (104th State Convention)

 

 

FUTURE MID WINTER CONFERENCES

  • 2022 - Conway Noon Lions Club-Conway, AR

 

LIONS CLUBS INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS

 

  • 2022  (July 1-5) Montreal Canada (#105)
  • 2023  (July 7-11) Boston, Massachusetts (#106)
  • 2024 (June 21-25)  Melbourne, Australia (#107)
  • 2025 (July 4-8) Mexico City, Mexico (#108) 
  • 2026 (July3-7) Atlanta, Georgia (#109)
  • 2027 (July 2-6) Washington, D.C. (#110)
  • 2028 (June 23-27) Singapore (#111)

 

USA/CANADA LIONS LEADERSHIP FORUMS

 

  • 2021 (Sept. 9-11) Des Moines, Iowa (#45)
  • 2022 (Sept 15-17) Calgary, Alberta, Canada (#46)
  • 2023 (Sept 14-16) Reno, Nevada (#47)

 

STATE PINS

 

 Prestige Pin

 

 

Contact the State Office for more Information

 

 

State Pin

 

Contact the State Office for more Information

     

MULTIPLE DISTRICT 7

HEADQUARTERS

 

ARKANSAS LIONS STATE OFFICE

1161 Essex Drive,

Benton, Arkansas 72019

 (C)  501-538-5483

NATCO 870-453-8816 Ext. 68263

E-mail: wandabarnett419@gmail.com

Arkansas Lion Web Page: http://e-Districtclubs.org/sites/MD7

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                   

 

 International President Douglas Alexander

SERVICE FROM THE HEART

2021-2022 PRESIDENTS THEME

 

 DUES INFO

Semiannual dues levied on Lions Clubs members support the MD-7 Office.  Through the office a variety of services are provided to MD-7 clubs to help further the goals and objectives of the Lions organization.

 

Mid-Winter Fund                              $0.25

State Convention Fund                      0.50

State Administrative Fund                 5.25

  District Administrate Fund Minimum of    $2.00

                                                       (Determined by each District)

 

 

 

 

    

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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