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Alert: Paper schedule

If you want to plan ahead, we have six Wisconsin Lion issues per year. The additional deadlines are below: 

Deadline:                    Issue Date

December 1                 January/February 2021

February 1                   March/April 2021

April 1                         May/June 2021

June 1                          July/August 2021  (pending council approval)

August 1                      September/October 2021 (pending council approval)

October 1                    November/December 2021  (pending council approval)

Alert: Prepare Dues Invoicing

The international, district and multiple district dues invoices your club will receive are all based on the club roster as of June 30 and December 31. The international association will issue credits for invoiced dues only on members dropped by July 31 and January 31. District and multiple districts rarely issue credits for dues invoiced, so it is important for the club secretary to keep the membership roster accurate. To ensure that your club is not held accountable for dues owed by members that are no longer in your club, work with your club secretary to review your membership roster immediately in July

Alert: Club Officers - a guide for you

    eBook for Presidents 

    This guide is designed to support you through two terms of service; not only as club president, but as club first vice president.

    eBook for Treasurers 

   This guide is designed to support you in your role as treasurer for your club.

   eBook for Secretaries 

   This guide is designed to support you in your role as secretary for your club.

   eBook for Membership Chair 

   This guide will explain your responsibilities, provide tips and introduce available resources      to assist your efforts.

   eBook for Membership 

   This guide is designed to support you in your role as membership chairperson for your club.

   eBook for Service Chair 

   This guide is designed to support you in your role as the service chairperson for your club.


Lions Clubs International and District Excecutive 

  

DOUGLAS X. ALEXANDER First Vice PRESIDENT

Douglas X. Alexander, from Brooklyn, New York, USA, President Alexander is a retired vice president for J.P. Morgan Chase Bank. A member of the Brooklyn Bedford Stuyvesant Lions Club since 1984

WELCOME - 환영하다 (hwanyeonghada)


 

DR. JUNG-YUL CHOI INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT
 
Dr. Jung-Yul Choi of Busan, Republic of Korea, 

 

  Data compiled 7/2/2020

IT'S GREAT TO BE A LION

The service of Lions reaches around the planet. Serving in over 200 countries and geographic areas, our 48,000 clubs and 1.3 million members are helping others and making communities better.

Lions Geographic Constutional Area 1 includes United States and Affiliates, Bermuda and Bahamas. The U.S. State of Wisconsin includes 10 Districts with governing bodies of a Council of Governors, 10 District Governors and Club Officers. 

While each Lions club has its own service focus, there are five global causes of particular interest around the world. These are areas of need identified, and voted on, by members and supported by our association and foundation.

Diabetes - Hunger - Enviorment - Childhood Cancer - Vision

 

           

 


 

Past International Director Connie LeCleir Meyer

Connie LeCleir-Meyer from Mondovi, Wisconsin, USA, was elected to serve a two-year term as a director of Lions Clubs International at the association’s 100th International Convention held in Chicago, Illinois, USA, June 30 through July 4, 2017. 
 
Director LeCleir-Meyer is a senior training program manager.   A member of the Altoona Lions Club, and a Lion since 2000, she has held many offices within the association, including club president, zone chairperson, district governor and district and multiple district GLT coordinator.   In recognition of her service to the association, Director LeCleir-Meyer has received numerous awards, including an International Leadership Award and an International President’s Award. She is also a Progressive Melvin Jones Fellow.

2020/21  C2 - District Governor Robert Bertch Jr - Boulder Junction 

2020/21  C2 1st VDG Judy Hatz - Merrill

2020/21 C2 - 2nd VDG Vacant

2020/21 C2 3rd VDG Vacant

2020/21 IPDG Mary Ann Gretenhardt - Gleason & Area

2020/21 C2 - District Secretary Patricia Krug - Whittlesey

2020/21 C2 - District Treasurer Scott Martin - Tomahawk

Lions Clubs International (LCI) -   48,416 Clubs - 1,376,513 Members

Multiple District 27 - 509 Clubs, 16,764 Members

Wisconsin MD27 - - 72 Counties - 10 Districts (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2, D1, D2, E1, E2)

North Central Wisconsin MD27-C2 - 8 Counties (Ashland, Iron, Vilas, Lincoln, Taylor, Price, Oneida, Bayfield)

Multiple District 27-C2 - 39 Clubs, 1288 Members (8/31/2020)


      

2021 Lions District 27-C2 Convention host by the Lions Club of to be Gleason & Area Lions Club

International Director Convention Guest ID Gwen A. White

Gwen A. White from Columbia, North Carolina, USA, was elected to serve a

two-year term as a director of Lions Clubs International at the association’s 100th

International Convention held in Chicago, Illinois, USA, June 30 through July 4,

2017.

C2 Convention Chairperson - Lion Charles McCrory

MD27-C2 Convention/Exposition

April 16-17, 2021

Lake Of Torches Resort & Convention Center

510 Old Abe Rd

Lac du Flambeau, WI  54538

For Reservations Call 715-588-9200

http://www.lakeofthetorches.com

Agenda - Pending

 

 


Lions Members Have A New Kind of Meeting Place  

 

    As the use of the Internet Web sites has become more and more prevalent among Lions, Lion Club International (LCI) is responding and has taken preliminary steps towards making online communication, business, and public relations easier for your Lions District & Club.           

 

AND IT'S FREE.

 

It’s called the e-District” & "e-Clubhouse"

 It’s a place for members to meet and

           access District & Club information.

It’s a place to plan service activities and

           promote them to the community.

 It’s a place for the average internet user to

           communicate via many avenues.

It’s a place to chat, email and update

           impending events.

 It’s a place to post photos, access LCI tools

           and information and so much more.


 

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