LIONS CLUBS INTERNATIONAL DISTRICT 22-W. Susan Bonura. District Governor Service from the Heart for 100 Years

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1 LIONS CLUBS INTERNATIONAL DISTRICT 22-W Susan Bonura District Governor Service from the Heart for 100 Years

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS International Officers... 3 Past International Officers... 5 DISTRICT 22-W District Officers... 6 Cabinet Officers Lions Club Roster Lioness Club Roster LEO Club Roster Committee Chairs & Coordinators Past District Governors Honorary Committee Deceased Past District Governors MULTIPLE DISTRICT 22 District Officers (22-A, B, C, D) Committee Chairs & Coordinators Lions Youth Foundation Lions Vision Research Foundation Lions Saving Kids Sight Foundation Socials International and MD 22 Conventions MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION Awards Contributions Turning in Used Eyeglasses Alert Club Safety Officer District Activities Protocol Etiquette Official Visit of District Governor Dates of Interest Lions Code of Ethics Lions Clubs Purposes Lions Clubs Vision Statement Lions Clubs Mission Statement Web Sites Dues Club Meeting Days MD22 History Suggested Club & Board Meeting Agendas Club Charter Night For Your Information International President s Theme Invocation, Toasts & Slogans

3 THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LIONS CLUBS 300 West 22 nd Street Oak Brook, IL Fax: Web Site: PRESIDENT Naresh Aggarwal (Lion Navita) Batala, Punjab, India Batala Smile Lions Club IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT Robert Bob Corlew, PhD (Lion Dianne) Milton, Tennessee Murfreesboro Noon Lions Club FIRST VICE PRESIDENT Gudrun Bjort Yngvadottir (Lion Dr. Jon Bjarni) Gardabaer, Iceland Gardabaejar Eik Lions Club SECOND VICE PRESIDENT Jung-Yul Choi (Seung-Bok Yang) Busan City, Republic of Korea Pusan (First) Lions Club THIRD VICE PRESIDENT Jung-Jul, Choi (Seong-Bok Yang) Busong City, Republic of Korea Pusan (First) Lions Club 3

4 PAST INTERNATIONAL OFFICERS District 22-A Past International President Clement F. Kusiak (Lion Jeanne) Homewood Road Res: Linthicum, MD Fax: Home Club: Severn River District 22-C Third Vice President *Robert L. McKeever PAST INTERNATIONAL DIRECTORS DISTRICT 22-A *Thomas G. Basil *George E. Davidson Clement F. Kusiak (Lion Jeanne) Homewood Road Res: Linthicum, MD Fax: Home Club: Severn River DISTRICT 22-B *Harold L. Loreman, Jr *Dr. L.A. Rademaker Darley T. Travers (PDG Charlene) PO Box 613 Res: Hebron, MD Home Club: Hebron 4

5 PAST INTERNATIONAL DIRECTORS (Continued) DISTRICT 22-C *Thomas S. Gwynne, Jr *Joseph W. Rabbitt *Jules C. Ricker Joseph Joe Gaffigan (Lion Eileen) Crockett Lane Res: Silver Spring, MD Bus: Home Club: Suburban DISTRICT 22-D *Ralph N. Helm *Frank J. Horty *James A. McCarty (Lion Janet) Alan (Ted) Reiver (Lion Ann) Norbee Drive Res: Wilmington, DE Cell: Home Club: Talleyville-Naamans DISTRICT 22-W *G. Robert Lyles *Massey H. Roe *Murray D. Ryan Richard Liebno Rockland Road Res: Westminster, MD Home Club: Deer Park *Deceased 5

6 DISTRICT 22-W DISTRICT GOVERNOR Susan Bonura (Lion Martin) 1743 Deer Park Road Finksburg, MD Cell: South Carroll Lioness-Lions Club 6

7 DISTRICT 22-W IMMEDIATE PAST DISTRICT GOVERNOR Brian Cox (PCS Susan) P.O. Box 65 Keymar MD Cell: Terra Rubra Lions Club 7

8 DISTRICT 22-W 1 st VICE DISTRICT GOVERNOR Gerry Beachy (Lion Sue) 175 Parkview Circle Grantsville, MD Res: Cell: Grantsville Lions Club 8

9 DISTRICT 22-W 2 nd VICE DISTRICT GOVERNOR Leonard Gares (Lion Jeanette) Rose Hill Drive Rawlings, MD Res: Cell: Potomac Valley Lions Club 9

10 DISTRICT 22-W CABINET SECRETARY Barbara Brimigion 6519 Monroe Avenue Eldersburg, Maryland Res: Cell: Freedom District Lions Club 10

11 DISTRICT 22-W CABINET TREASURER Gary Buchman (Lion Patty) 1449 Streaker Road Sykesville, MD Res: Cell: Freedom District Lions Club 11

12 DISTRICT 22-W CABINET OFFICERS REGION I REGION I CHAIR Sandy Moore Mt. Savage Rd., NW Mt. Savage, MD Res: Cell: Home Club: Mason-Dixon ZONE 1 CHAIR Allen Shapiro (Sheila) 304 Maryland Ave. Westernport, MD Res: Home Club: Grantsville ZONE 2 CHAIR Bridgette Karalewitz, (Lion Mark) 105 Ashfield Street Piedmont, WV Cell: Home Club: Lonaconing ZONE 3 CHAIR Jerry Chambers (Debbie) 731 LaVale Terrace LaVale, MD Res: Home Club: LaVale Zone I Zone II Zone III Deep Creek Lake Flintstone Cumberland Friendsville Frostburg LaVale Grantsville Frostburg Village Mason-Dixon FSU Campus Lonaconing North Branch Potomac Valley 12

13 DISTRICT 22-W CABINET OFFICERS REGION II REGION II CHAIR Lois Conrad 212 Strathmore Way, East Martinsburg, WV Res: Cell: Home Club: Williamsport ZONE 1 CHAIR Dorothy Kasey Minnick (Lion Bill) 745 Green Lane Road Warfordsburg, PA Res: Cell: Home Club: Hancock Lioness Lions ZONE 2 CHAIR Dave Kaplan Woodhaven Drive Hagerstown, MD Res: Cell: Home Club: Hagerstown Lions ZONE 3 CHAIR Stanley Stouffer Landis Rd Hagerstown, MD Res: Cell: Home Club: Williamsport Zone I Zone II Zone III Clear Spring Chewsville Boonsboro Halfway Hagerstown Funkstown Hancock Longmeadow Sharpsburg Hancock Lioness Lions West Hagerstown Smithsburg Williamsport LEO Clubs Lioness LEO Clubs Springfield MS Hagerstown Boonsboro HS Williamsport HS Boonsboro MS 13

14 DISTRICT 22-W CABINET OFFICERS REGION III REGION III CHAIR John Aulls (Lion Darlene) 1406 North Market Street Frederick, MD Res: Home Club: Francis Scott Key Zone 1 Chair Betsy Estilow 6 Keller Lane Middletown, MD Res: Home Club: Middletown Zone 2 Chair Richard Pickett (Lion Diana) Cliff Swallow Court New Market, MD Res: Cell: Home Club: New Market Zone 3 Chair Harry Swope (Josephine) 9741 Clemsonville Rd Union Bridge, MD Res: Cell: Home Club: Libertytown-Unionville Zone I Zone II Zone III Emmitsburg Brunswick Francis Scott Key Middletown Carroll Manor-Urbana Frederick Myersville New Market District Glade Valley Thurmont Monocacy Community Libertytown-Unionville Yellow Springs Mount Airy 4 County Mount Airy LEO Clubs LEO Clubs LEO Clubs Thurmont MS New Market MS Mt. Airy MS Catoctin HS Walkersville MS 14

15 DISTRICT 22-W CABINET OFFICERS REGION IV REGION IV CHAIR Richard Crunkilton (Lion Kerri) 577 Marshal Drive Westminster, MD Cell: Home Club: Westminster Zone 1 Chair Mike Garner (Jennifer) 1 Starboard Court Taneytown, Maryland Res: Cell: Home Club: Taneytown Zone 2 Chair Floyd Freyman (Cherry) 510 Poole Road Westminster, MD Res: Home Club: Westminster Zone 3 Chair Myron Horn (Pam) 6608 Phaedra Court Sykesville, MD Res: Home Club: Freedom District Zone I Zone II Zone III Harney Hampstead Deer Park New Windsor Lineboro-Manchester Freedom District Taneytown Silver Run-Union Mills Greater Carroll Terra Rubra Valley Roaring Run Union Bridge Westminster South Carroll Taylorsville-Winfield LEO Clubs FSK HS Silver Oak 15 LEO Clubs Century HS Liberty HS South Carroll HS

16 LIONS CLUBS BOONSBORO Region II, Zone 3 Chartered March 16, 1931 Sponsors: Frederick & Hagerstown Meets 2 nd and 4 th Wednesday - 6:30 p.m. Boonsboro American Legion, 710 North Main Street, Boonsboro, MD Nancy Itnyre, President (Lion Jerry) 100 High Street Res: Boonsboro, MD Rudolph Rudy Otto Jr., Secretary (Neida) 305 South Main Street Res: Boonsboro, MD Nelson Baker, Treasurer Mill Point Road Res: Boonsboro, MD Nancy Itnyre, Membership Chair (Lion Jerry) 100 High Street Res: Boonsboro, MD Skip Kauffman, LCIF Chair (Lion Cynthia) 416 N. Main Street Res: Boonsboro, MD Medical Equipment: Nelson Baker

17 BRUNSWICK Region III, Zone 2 Chartered June 22, 1945 Sponsor: Frederick 1 st Tuesday Business Only (No Meal) 6:30 p.m. 3 rd Tuesday (Meal & Guests welcome) 6:30 p.m. Lions Merryland Park, 3673 Petersville Rd., Rosemont, MD Ann Smallwood, President 1145 Martha s Court East Cell: Knoxville, Md Doug Zveare, 1 st Vice President 3640 Petersville Road Res: Knoxville, MD Cell: Patricia Zupka, Secretary (Fred) 9 West I Street Res: Brunswick, MD Sandy Cox, Treasurer 3532 Chick Lane Res: Rosemont, MD Cell: Gary Lowry, Membership Chair 1100 Peach Orchard Drive Res: Apt. 124 Brunswick, MD

18 CARROLL MANOR URBANA Region III, Zone 2 Chartered August 27, 1951 Sponsor: Frederick Meets 2 nd Monday, 6:45 p.m., Flint Hill United Methodist Church, 2732 Park Mills Road, Adamstown, MD Please call in advance. Sam Bailey, President (Lion Stevie) 3161 Flint Hill Road Res: Adamstown, MD Cell: Wayne L. Wiles, Secretary (Frances) Box 146, 3436 Buckeystown Pike Buckeystown, MD Res: Bus: Stevie Bailey, Treasurer (Lion Sam) 3161 Flint Hill Road Res: Adamstown, MD Cell: Sam Bailey, Membership Chair (Lion Stevie) 3161 Flint Hill Road Res: Adamstown, MD Cell: Sam Bailey, LCIF Chair (Lion Stevie) 3161 Flint Hill Road Res: Adamstown, MD Cell:

19 CHEWSVILLE Region II, Zone 2 Chartered February 22, 1955 Sponsors: Hagerstown & Smithsburg Meets 1 st and 3 rd Tuesday - 6:15 p.m. Chewsville Community Center, Whitehall Road, Chewsville, MD Martha Middlekauff, Secretary Jefferson Boulevard Res: Hagerstown, MD H A Schmieder, Treasurer Jefferson Boulevard Res: Hagerstown, MD Cell: Lee Williams, Membership Chair Jefferson Boulevard Res: Hagerstown, MD

20 CLEAR SPRING Region II, Zone 1 Chartered April 7, 1949 Sponsor: Williamsport Meets 1 st and 3 rd Monday - 6:30 p.m. Clear Spring American Legion Big Spring Rd., Clear Spring, MD Thomas Knode, President (Emily) Big Spring Road Res: Clear Spring, MD Cell: Parker Bandy III, 1 st Vice President (Lion Patty) 432 Musket Court Res: Hagerstown, MD Patty Bandy, Secretary (Lion Parker) 9432 Musket Court Res: Hagerstown, MD Betsy Mellott, Treasurer (Lion Don) Ernstville Road Res: Big Pool, MD Harry R. Bryan Jr., Membership Chair (Jo) National Pike Res: Clear Spring, MD Don Mellott, LCIF Chair (Lion Betsy) Ernstville Road Res: Big Pool, MD Medical Equipment: Tom Knode

21 CUMBERLAND Region I, Zone 3 Chartered June 10, 1931 Sponsor: Frederick Meets 1 st Wednesday 6:00 p.m., Lions Center, 901 Seton Drive, Cumberland, MD Meets 3 rd Wednesday 6:00 p.m., Martins Food Market, 739 Park St., Cumberland, MD Travis Forbeck, President 508 Marshall Street Cell: Cumberland, MD Rebecca Cool, 1 st Vice President (PCC Roy) Barton Blvd. SW Res: Cumberland, MD E. Jean White, Secretary Harvester Lane NE Res: Cumberland, MD PCC Roy S. Cool, Treasurer (Lion Rebecca) Barton Blvd. SW Res: Cumberland, MD Bus: Ext Travis Forbeck, Membership Chair Harvester Lane NE Cell: Cumberland, MD

22 DEEP CREEK LAKE Region I, Zone 1 Chartered November 12, 1971 Sponsor: Oakland-Mt. Lake Park Meets 2 nd and 4 th Tuesday - 6:30 p.m. Uno s Restaurant, Garrett Highway (Route 219) McHenry, MD Ken Bush, President (Janis) 531 San Francisco Cell: Oakland, MD John Simson, 1 st Vice President 580 Penn Pt Road Cell: Oakland, MD Christopher Nichols Jr., Secretary (Lisa) 26 Kuhnle Drive Cell: Swanton, MD Bus: Christopher Nichols Jr., Treasurer (Lisa) 26 Kuhle Dr. Cell: Swanton, MD Douglas McClive, Membership Chair 471 Clifton Drive Cell: Oakland, MD Bus: Christopher Nichols Jr., LCIF Chair (Lisa) 26 Kuhle Drive Cell: Swanton, MD

23 DEER PARK Region IV, Zone 3 (Activity Phone ) Chartered February 28, 1974 Sponsor: Roaring Run 4 th Thursday will be a social/dinner meeting - 7p.m. Deer Park United Methodist Church 2205 Sykesville Road (Route 32) Westminster, MD Dave Hopkins, President (Myra) 776 Irongate Circle Cell: Sykesville, MD PID Dick Liebno, 1 st Vice President (Lion Grace) 115 Rockland Road Res: Westminster, MD Ron Kafchinski, Secretary (Linda) 799 Irongate Circle Res: Sykesville, MD Cell: Eugene Myers, Treasurer (Ruth) 890 Four Seasons Road Res: Westminster, MD Cell: Richard (Rick) Podobnik, Membership Chair (Sue) 6161 Washita Road Res: Sykesville, MD Cell: Tom Groft, LCIF Chair (Lion Nancy) 193 Greenvale Mews Ct. Res: Westminster, MD Cell: Medical Equipment: Bill Stonesifer

24 EMMITSBURG Region III, Zone 1 Chartered November 16, 1982 Sponsor: Terra Rubra Meets 2 nd and 4 th Thursday - 6:30 p.m. Carriage House Inn, 200 South Seton Avenue Emmitsburg, MD Bill Wivell, President (Lion Rachel) Toms Creek Church Rd Res: Emmitsburg, MD Cell: Joseph Ritz, Secretary (Sue) 2 Provincial Pkwy. Res: Emmitsburg, MD Bus: Wayne Slaughter, Treasurer 66 Robindale Drive Res: Emmitsburg, MD Cliff Sweeney, Membership Chair (Lion Elizabeth) PO Box 111 Res: North Seton Avenue Cell: Emmitsburg, MD Dale Shields, LCIF Chair (Linda) Azalea Court Cell: Emmitsburg, MD

25 FLINTSTONE Region I, Zone 3 Chartered May 26, 2017 Sponsor: Frostburg Meets 1 st & 3 rd Thursday at 6:30 pm Flintstone UMC at National Pike; Flintstone, MD Aaron Gordon, President (Lion Cassandra Cassie) Old Cumberland Rd NE Cell: Flintstone, MD Pastor Patricia Trish Bittner, 1 st Vice President National Pike NE Cell: Flintstone, MD Cassandra Gordon, Secretary (Lion Aaron) Old Cumberland Rd NE Cell: Flintstone, MD Steven Moyer, Treasurer Murleys Branch Rd NE Res: Flintstone, MD Brian Lohr, Membership Chair National Pike NE Cell: Flintstone, MD

26 FRANCIS SCOTT KEY Region III, Zone 3 (FREDERICK FRANCIS SCOTT KEY) Chartered September 14, 1959 Sponsor: Frederick Meets 2 nd and 4 th Tuesday - 6:30 p.m. Barbara Fritchie Restaurant, 1513 West Patrick Street (Rt. 40 West), Frederick, MD Toni Gray, President (Lion Paul) 535 Beebe Court Res: Frederick, MD Paul W. Gray, 1 st Vice President (Lion Toni) 535 Beebe Court Res: Frederick, MD John Aulls, Secretary (Lion Darlene) 1406 North Market Street Res: Frederick, MD Darlene Aulls, Treasurer (Lion John) PO Box 3932/1406 North Market Street Frederick, MD Res: Paul W. Gray, Membership Chair 535 Beebe Court Res: Frederick, MD J. Lynn Stimmel, LCIF Chair 919 Motter Ave. Res Frederick, MD Paul W. Gray, Centennial Chair (Lion Toni) 535 Beebe Court Res: Frederick, MD

27 FREDERICK Region III, Zone 3 Chartered May 17, 1922 Sponsor: Frederick Amigo, Field Rep. Meets 1 st and 3rd Thursday - 12:00 p.m. Elks Lodge, 289 Willowdale Drive, Frederick, MD Robert Mason Jr., President 605 Lindbergh Court Res: Frederick, MD Edward Higinbotham, 1 st Vice President 1202 Pinewood Drive Res: Frederick, MD Leigh Joos, Secretary 8130 Stone Ridge Drive Res: Frederick, MD Cell: Douglas Warfield, Treasurer (Loretta) Country Club Rd. Cell: New Market, MD Richard Basford, Membership Chair 144 Kline Blvd Res: Frederick, MD B. Scott Oden, LCIF Chair 521 Lee Place Cell: Frederick, MD

28 FREEDOM DISTRICT Region IV, Zone 3 (Activity Phone ) Chartered September 16, 1947 Sponsor: Westminster Meets 2 nd and 4 th Wednesday - 6:59 p.m. Messiah Lutheran Church Celebration Hall 5600 Old Washington Road, Sykesville, MD The club requests a 6-day notice on all visitations call or the club secretary. Ron Audlin, President (Marilyn) 5866 Melville Road Res: Eldersburg, MD Ron Mihalko, 1 st Vice-President (Karen) 12 Dundee Court Res: Sykesville, MD PCS Gary Buchman, Secretary (Lion Patty) 1449 Streaker Road Res: Sykesville, MD Cell: Mark Krebs, Treasurer (Lion Susan) 1696 Springmount Drive Res: Eldersburg, MD Cell: Myron Horn, Membership Chair (Pam) 6608 Phaedra Court Res: Sykesville, MD Bus: Ann Kramb, LCIF Chair (James) 1611 Heather Heights Res: Eldersburg, MD Cell: Medical Equipment: Gary Peltier

29 FRIENDSVILLE Region I, Zone 1 Chartered March 31, 1981 Sponsor: Deep Creek Lake Meets 2 nd and 4 th Thursday - 6:30 p.m. Jubilee Diner, 254 Maple Street, Friendsville, MD Randy Humberson, President 241 Maple Street Res: Friendsville, MD Dylan Humberson, Secretary 241 Maple Street Res: Friendsville, MD David Fike, Jr., Treasurer 650 Green Gables Road Res: Friendsville, MD Barry Frazee, Membership Chair 5357 White Rock Road Res: Friendsville, MD Cell:

30 FROSTBURG Region I, Zone 2 Chartered August 1, 1945 Sponsors: Cumberland, Lonaconing and Mt. Savage Meets 2 nd and 4 th Wednesday - 6:00 p.m. Zion United Church of Christ, 160 East Main Street, Frostburg, MD William Munck, President (Lion Susan) Upper Georges Creek Rd. Res: Frostburg, MD M. Edgerton Deule II, 1 ST Vice President (Lorian) 64 W College Ave. Frostburg, MD Linda Baker, Secretary (Clifton) Vale Summit Road Res: Frostburg, MD Cynthia Powers, Treasurer (Lion Lawrence) Piney Mt. Road SW Res: Frostburg, MD Susan Munck, Membership Chair (Lion William) Upper Georges Creek Rd. Res: Frostburg, MD Susan Munck, LCIF Chair (Lion William) Upper Georges Creek Rd. Res: Frostburg, MD

31 FROSTBURG STATE Region I, Zone 2 UNIVERSITY CAMPUS Chartered April 7, 2014 Sponsor: Frostburg Lions Fall Semester: Meets every other Wednesday at 7 pm at Lane Center #109. Must call or before coming. Frostburg State University Lane Center # Braddock Rd.; Frostburg, MD Kameron Brooks, President 536 White Sands Cell: Lusby, MD Aeriel Oncita, 1 st Vice President 1 Sandspring Drive Bus: Frost 306 Frostburg, MD Patrick O Brien, Secretary 101 Braddock Road Res: Lane Center #230 Frostburg, MD Breanna Pusinsky, Recording Secretary 101 Braddock Road Res: Lane Center #230 Frostburg, MD Patrick O Brien, Treasurer 101 Braddock Road Res: Lane Center #230 Frostburg, MD Pacom Tsague, Membership Chair 34 Maple Street Cell: Frostburg, MD

32 FROSTBURG VILLAGE Region I, Zone 2 BRANCH CLUB Chartered June 10, 2015 Sponsor: Frostburg Meets monthly on the third Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. Frostburg Village, 1 Kaylor Circle, Frostburg, MD Fred Pfeifer, President Frostburg Village 1 Kaylor Circle Res: Frostburg, MD John Harr, 1 st Vice President Frostbury Village 1 Kaylor Circle Res: Frostburg, MD Millie Moorehead, Secretary Frostburg Village 1 Kaylor Circle Res: Frostburg, MD Cynthia Powers, Treasurer (Lion Lawrence) (Frostburg Lions Club) Piney Mt. Road SW Res: Frostburg, MD Millie Moorehead, Membership Chair 1 Kaylor Circle Res: Frostburg, MD Linda Baker, Liaison (Clifton) (Frostburg Lions Club) Vale Summit Road Res: Frostburg, MD

33 FUNKSTOWN Region II, Zone 3 Chartered September 6, 1957 Sponsors: Hagerstown & Halfway Meets 2 nd and 4 th Wednesday - 6:30 p.m. St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 24 W. Baltimore St., Funkstown, MD use rear entrance on Chestnut Street John Sill, President 4074 Southbend Lane Res: Sharpsburg, MD Terry Gossard, 1 st Vice President PO BOX 892 Res: Funkstown, MD Dr. Luther Knight, Secretary (Sharon) Shinham Road Res: Hagerstown, MD Micheal Line, Treasurer (Cindy) Cool Hollow Way Res: Hagerstown, MD Lorna Burdick, Membership Chair Marsh Circle Res: Hagerstown, MD Medical Equipment: Ralph Dorsey

34 GLADE VALLEY Region III, Zone 3 Chartered April 3, 1945 Sponsor: Frederick Meets 1 st and 3 rd Thursday - 6:29 p.m. Woodsboro Fire Hall, 2 South 3 rd Street Woodsboro, MD Vonnie F. Crum, President (Lion Doug) Horseshoe Drive Res: Frederick, MD Cell: Robert D. Peters, 1 st Vice President (Ginny) 4 Challedon Court Res: Walkersville, MD Robert M. Byers, Secretary 34 Georgetown Road Res: Walkersville, MD George D. Basford, Treasurer (Susanne) 604 Huntover Lane Res: Frederick, MD Cell: Dick Lyman, Membership Chair (Karen) Woodsboro Pike Res: Keymar, MD Douglas W. Crum, LCIF Chair (Lion Vonnie) Horseshoe Drive Res: Frederick, MD Cell:

35 GRANTSVILLE Region I, Zone 1 Chartered August 1, 1961 Sponsor: Lonaconing Meets 1 st and 3 rd Thursday - 6:30 p.m. October to April: Grantsville American Legion 108 Miller Street, Grantsville, MD May to September: Grantsville Park Miller Street, Grantsville, MD Ronald Opel, President 4452 Chestnut Ridge Road Res: Grantsville, MD Cell: John Durst, 1 st Vice President 111 ½ N. Main Street Res: Accident, MD Cell: Gerry Beachy, Secretary (Lion Sue) 175 Parkview Circle Res: Grantsville, MD Cell: Blake Walker, Treasurer PO Box 465, 196 Miller Street Res: Grantsville, MD Michael Downton, Membership Chair (Cindy) PO Box 468 Res: Grantsville, MD Blake Walker, LCIF Chair PO Box 465, 196 Miller Street Res: Grantsville, MD

36 GREATER CARROLL Region IV, Zone 3 Chartered January 19, 2005 Sponsor: New Windsor Meets 2 nd and 4 th Thursday 6:30 P.M. VFW Post 467, 519 Poole Road, Westminster, MD Jeremy Bair, President 199 Warfieldsburg Road Cell: Westminster, MD Emerson Bair, 1 st VP 201 Warfieldsburg Road Res: Westminster, MD Cell: Larry Dietz, Secretary 1315 Campus Court Res: Westminster, MD Cell: Tom E. Houck Jr., Treasurer (Patsy) Farmfield Drive Res: Monrovia, MD Cell: Bus: Mike Mykulyn, Membership Chair (Sue) 810 Fairfield Avenue Res: Westminster, MD Cell: Bus: Mike Mykulyn, LCIF Chair (Sue) 810 Fairfield Avenue Res: Westminster, MD

37 HAGERSTOWN Region II, Zone 2 Chartered March 13, 1923 Sponsor: Albert Mumdoff, Field Rep. Meets Weekly Tuesday - 12:15 p.m. American Legion Home, 405 Northern Avenue Hagerstown, MD Joseph Wolf, President (Thelma) Amethyst Drive Res: Hagerstown, MD Cell: John McCain, 1 st VP (Lynn) Seneca Ridge Drive Cell: Hagerstown, MD Rudolph Krumpe, Secretary (Clara) Postrider Court Res: Hagerstown, MD Bus: PDG David A. Fisher, Treasurer (Lioness Doris) Marsh Pike Res: Hagerstown, MD Denise Apple, Membership Chair 71 Mohican Way Res: Falling Waters, WV David Kaplan, LCIF Chair (Janet) Woodhaven Drive Res: Hagerstown, MD Medical Equipment: Andy Hoffman

38 HALFWAY Region II, Zone 1 Chartered June 26, 1957 Sponsors: Hagerstown & Williamsport Meets monthly - 3 rd Thursday - 6:30 p.m. Church of the Holy Trinity, Oak Ridge Drive; Hagerstown, MD Samuel Key, President PO Box 4224 Cell: Hagerstown, MD Melody Green, Secretary 208 Baker Hill Lane Res: Williamsport, MD Carol Miller, Treasurer 1635 Edgewood Pl, Apt 101 Res: Hagerstown, MD Cell: Samuel Key, Membership Chair PO Box 4224 Cell: Hagerstown, MD Medical Equipment: Sam Key

39 HAMPSTEAD Region IV, Zone 2 Chartered August 28, 1951 Sponsors: Lineboro-Manchester & Cockeysville Meets 2 nd and 4 th Tuesday 6:59 p.m. Greenmount Station Restaurant, 1631 N. Main Street, Hampstead, MD Dennis Sew, President PO Box 82 Res: Finksburg, MD Keith Herion, First Vice President 1707 Malibu Court Res: Hampstead, MD Frank Grabowski, Secretary (Jacki) 133 Coral Court Res: Westminster, MD Gregory Wiegel, Treasurer (Connie) 1218 N Carroll Street Res: Hampstead, MD Walter Driver, Membership Chair 3158 Coon Club Road Res: Hampstead, MD Medical Equipment: Ken Wright

40 HANCOCK Region II, Zone 1 Chartered September 19, 1951 Sponsors: Clear Spring & Williamsport Meets 2 nd and 4 th Monday- 6:30 p.m. Park-N-Dine, 189 East Main St., Hancock, MD Toby McCarty, President Heavenly Acres Ridge Road Hancock, MD Res: PDG Larry Gerber Sr., First Vice President (Alice) 23 W High Street Res: Hancock, MD Mark Peterson, Secretary Warfordsburg Road Res: Hancock, MD Franklin G. Stotler, Treasurer Round Top Road Res: Hancock, MD Carl Pelton, Membership Chair 2010 Pigeon Cove Road Res: Warfordsburg, PA Walter Bud Dyer Jr., LCIF Chair 245 Dyer Road Res: Mercersburg, PA Medical Equipment: Bud Dyer

41 HANCOCK LIONESS LIONS Region II, Zone 1 Chartered June 22, 2015 Sponsor: Hancock 2 nd Monday - Board Meeting, 4 th Monday-Regular Mtg at 5:30 pm - Park-N-Dine, 189 E. Main St., Hancock, MD (Call secretary to confirm the time for both meetings.) Carol Becker, President (Ross) Locker Road Res: Hancock, MD Jeanne Ward, 1st Vice President (Lion Wayne) 309 Stoneybreak Road Res: Warfordsburg, PA Faye Conley, Secretary (Steven) 5013 Western Pike Res: Hancock, MD Karen Welsh, Treasurer (Lion Jim) Heavenly Acres Ridge Res: Hancock, MD Shirley Jane Falkler, Membership Chair (Jim) White Oak Ridge Res: Hancock, MD Chelsea Root Dayton, LCIF Chair 808 Tampley Avenue Cell: Cumberland, MD

42 HARNEY Region IV, Zone 1 Chartered December 9, 1974 Sponsor: Taneytown Meets 2 nd (meal served) & 4 th Monday (order from the menu) at 6:30 pm at Harney VFW Conover Rd; Taneytown, Md 21787(Call Secretary Ginny Fair for reservations.) M. Virginia (Ginny) Fair, President 4722 Piney Creek Road Res: Taneytown, MD Cell: M. Virginia (Ginny) Fair, Secretary 4722 Piney Creek Road Res: Taneytown, MD Cell: Marti Hobson, Treasurer 5626 Bowers Road Res: Taneytown, MD Membership Chair - TBD Louis Lanier Jr., LCIF Chair (Cindy) 3621 Baptist Road Res: Taneytown, MD Louis Lanier Jr., Centennial Chair (Cindy) 3621 Baptist Road Res: Taneytown, MD

43 KITZMILLER Region I, Zone 1 Chartered April 20, 1949 Sponsors: Westernport, Luke & Oakland-Mt. Lake Park Meets 1 st and 3 rd Monday - 6:30 p.m. Coal Bucket Restaurant, 238 West Main Street, Kitzmiller, MD Ron Bray Jr., President (Lion Amanda) PO Box 404 Res: Kitzmiller, MD Melissa Paugh, 1 st Vice President (Matthew) P. O. Box 326 Cell: Kitzmiller, MD Stephanie Schoch, Secretary 535 Paul Friend Road Res: Oakland, MD Jennifer Paugh, Treasurer 6128 Maryland Hwy. Res: Oakland, MD Cell: Bus: F William Ferry Jr., Membership Chair P. O. Box 68 Res: Mt Storm, WV PDG Barbara McKenney, LCIF Chair (Lion Ron) 703 Church Street Res: P.O. Box 635 Cell: Kitzmiller, MD

44 LAVALE Region I, Zone 3 Chartered November 8, 1955 Sponsors: Cumberland, Frostburg and (original) Potomac Valley Lions Clubs Meets 1 st and 3 rd Tuesday - 6:30 p.m. LaVale Volunteer Fire Department, Station #1 421 National Highway, LaVale, MD LaVale Lions Club Answer Line: Michael Wallinger, President (Ruth) 210 Sunset Drive Res: LaVale, MD Cell: Gary Llewellyn, First Vice President (Val) 305 Sunset Drive Res: Cumberland, MD Charles Croft Jr., Secretary (Sherry) 80 Pine View Drive Res: Ridgeley, WV Cell: Harold Burgess Jr., Treasurer (Kim) 729 Valley View Drive Res: LaVale, MD Cell: Mark Kyle, Membership Chair (Lesa) 934 Tara Way Bus: LaVale, MD Res: Elwood Glass, LCIF Chair (Janet) 14 Mountain View Lane Res: LaVale, MD Medical Equipment: PDG Steve Finger LaVale Lions Club Answer Line:

45 LIBERTYTOWN UNIONVILLE Region III, Zone 3 Chartered April 25, 1949 Sponsor: Union Bridge Meetings 1 st and 3 rd Tuesday 7:00 p.m. Liberty Road Seafood and Steak, Liberty Road, Frederick, MD Bob Ensor, President (Jill) 7988 Pleasant Court Res: Frederick, MD Cell: Jan Jack Niemiec, First Vice President (Anne) Fox Rest Court Res: New Market, MD Cell: Bill Strauss, Secretary 1825 Francis Scott Key Hwy. Res: Keymar, MD Cell: Susan Baldwin, Treasurer 5752 Applefield Path Cell: New Market, MD Marvin Curtis, Membership Chair P.O. Box 154 Cell: Walkersville, MD Sue Ensor, LCIF Chair 3198 Hooper Road Cell: New Windsor, MD Cynthia Trout, Centennial Chair (Jimmy) 8606 Hunters Drive Res: Frederick, MD Cell: Medical Equipment: Jim Ensor

46 LINEBORO MANCHESTER Region IV, Zone 2 Chartered August 2, 1945 Sponsor: Westminster Meets 1 st Wednesday 7:00 p.m., board mtg, North Carroll Senior and Community Center, 2328 Hanover Pike, Hampstead, MD 21047; 3 rd Wednesday 7:00 p.m., Spargo s Restaurant, 3165 Main Street, Manchester, MD Craig Bowers, President (Rosalyn) 4904 Grave Run Road Res: Manchester, MD Cell: Michele Baylor, First Vice President 2818 Brougham Ct. Res: Manchester, MD Christy Pope, Secretary (Lion Paul) 3623 Schalk Road Number 1 Cell: Manchester, MD Andrew DeMario Sr., Treasurer (Lion Margaret) 2809 DeMario Drive Res: Manchester, MD Cell: Anita Shumate, Membership Chair 3455 York Street Res: Manchester, MD Roger Stultz, LCIF Chair (Ella) Falls Road Res: Hampstead, MD Andrew J. DeMario JR., Centennial Chair 2809 Demario Drive Res: Manchester, MD Medical Equipment: PDG Andy DeMario Sr

47 LONACONING Region I, Zone 2 Chartered October 2, 1931 Sponsor: Cumberland Dinner meeting 3 rd Monday 6:15 p.m., First United Methodist Church, 12 Church Street, Lonaconing, MD Bridgette Karalewitz, President (Lion Mark) 105 Ashfield Street Cell: Piedmont, WV Everett Spiker, 1 st Vice President (Lion Joanne) New Georges Creek Rd. SW Frostburg, MD Res: Cell: Mark Karalewitz, Secretary (Lion Bridgette) 105 Ashfield Street Cell: Piedmont, WV Sandy Parker, Treasurer PO Box 785 Res: Keyser, WV Bus: Ext 270 Cell: Richard Grandstaff, Membership Chair (Lion Elaine Jacobs) 28 Douglas Ave. Res: Lonaconing, MD Sandy Parker, LCIF Chair PO Box 785 Res: Keyser, WV Bus: Ext 270 Cell: Richard Grandstaff, Centennial Chair (Lion Elaine Jacobs) 26 Douglas Avenue Res: Lonaconing, MD Cell:

48 LONGMEADOW Region II, Zone 2 Chartered February 8, 1968 Sponsors: Chewsville & Hagerstown Meets 2 nd and 4 th Thursday - 6:30 p.m. Railroad Junction Family Restaurant, 301 Burhans Blvd., Hagerstown, MD James Staley, President 1116 Fairview Road Res: Hagerstown, MD Carol Alphin, 1 st Vice President 608 Trafalgar Drive Res: Hagerstown, MD Don Talbert, Secretary (Lion Donnagean) Rock Maple Drive Res: Hagerstown, MD PDG Susan Timmons, Treasurer (Lion Rodney) 724 Pensinger Road Res: Greencastle, PA Rodney Timmons, Membership Chair (PDG Susan) 724 Pensinger Road Cell: Greencastle, PA Donnagean Talbert, LCIF Chair (Lion Don) Rock Maple Drive Res: Hagerstown, MD Medical Equipment: Donald Talbert

49 MASON DIXON Region I, Zone 3 (MOUNT SAVAGE MASON-DIXON) Chartered April 16, 1975 Sponsor: LaVale Meets 1 st & 3rd Mondays - 6:30 p.m. 1 st Monday: Iron Rail Diner, Main Street, Mt Savage, MD; 3 rd Monday: Hobos Restaurant, 180 Hyndman Rd. (Rt. 96), Hyndman, PA Richard Gaughan, President (Bonnie) St. Georges Lane NW Res: Mt. Savage, MD Roger Frankenberry, 1 st Vice President Thurmel Dr. NE Res: Cumberland, MD Paulette Brotemarkle, Secretary (Jim) 434 Chestnut Street Res: Cumberland, MD Club Mail: PO Box 414, Mt. Savage, MD Allen Blank, Treasurer Foundry Row NW Res: Mount Savage, MD Evelyn (Polly) Burkett, Membership (Lion Donald) PO Box 203 Res: Poenty Road Corrigansville, MD Sandy Moore, LCIF Chair Mt. Savage Rd., NW Res: Mt. Savage, MD Cell: Sandy Moore, Centennial Chair Mt. Savage Rd., NW Res: Mt. Savage, MD Cell:

50 MIDDLETOWN Region III, Zone 1 Chartered February 27, 1931 Sponsor: Frederick Meets 2 nd and 4 th Monday 6:30 p.m. Visitors are welcome to the 2 nd meeting of the month. Amvets Valley Memorial Post #9, 409 West Green Street, Middletown, MD Ron Forrester, President (Dee) 15 Knoll Side Lane Res: Middletown, MD Cell: John Hopson, 1 st Vice President P.O. Box 912 Res: Middletown, MD Amy Fisher-Kiefert, Secretary 9012 Hawbottom Road Res: Middletown, MD Carroll Keyfauver, Treasurer (Lion Ann) 205 Linden Blvd. Res: Middletown, MD Frank Curtis, Membership Chair 17 Ali Drive Res: Middletown, MD Bobbi Miller, LCIF Chair 107 Broad Street Res: Middletown, MD, Ron Forrester, Centennial Chair (Dee) 15 Knoll Side Lane Res: Middletown, MD

51 MONOCACY COMMUNITY Region III, Zone 2 Chartered November 22, 2013 Sponsor: Mount Airy 4 County Lions Club Meets 1 st Tuesday and 3 rd Thursday 6:45 p.m. Urbana Regional Library, 9020 Amelung St. Frederick, MD (Note: no meal served) Mark Voss, President (Lion Suzanne) 7912 Hope Valley Court Res: Adamstown, MD Cell: Pamela Holcomb, 1 st Vice President (Lion Michael) 8207 Virginia Lane Res: Frederick, MD Pamela Holcomb, Secretary (Lion Michael) 8207 Virginia Lane Res: Frederick, MD Suzanne Voss, Treasurer (Lion Mark) 7912 Hope Valley Court Res: Adamstown, MD Cell: Joël Durane, Membership Chair (Marie Edith) 174 Baughmans Lane Cell: Frederick, MD Joël Durane, LCIF Chair (Marie Edith) 174 Baughmans Lane Cell: Frederick, MD

52 MOUNT AIRY Region III, Zone 3 (Activity Phone LION) Chartered October 25, 1940 Sponsor: Frederick Meets third Tuesday of each month - 6:45 p.m. Mount Airy Fireman s Hall, 702 North Main Street Mount Airy, MD (3 days notice required for visitation Call President) Helen Gibson, President 94 Taylor Street Res: Harpers Ferry, WV Cell: Benjamin Henniges, 1 st Vice President 4409 Highboro Drive Res: Mount Airy, MD Amy Herndon, Secretary (Derek) 5719 Meyer Avenue Res: New Market, MD Bus: Dennis Ahalt, Treasurer (Lion Patricia) 5876 Woodville Road Res: Mount Airy, MD Clarice Runkles, Membership Chair 209 Moxley Street Res: Mount Airy, MD Cell: LCIF Chair - Vacant Medical Equipment: Dennis Ahalt

53 MOUNT AIRY 4 COUNTY Region III, Zone 2 Chartered October 25, 2006 Sponsor: Frederick Meets 2nd Tuesday - 6:00 p.m.; 5:30 p.m. Social Memories Charcoal House, 403 E. Ridgeville Blvd., Mount Airy, MD Brynn Miller, President 313 Buffalo Road Cell: Mount Airy, MD Richard Morgan, 1 st Vice President 2145 Florence Road Cell: Mount Airy, MD Lynn Turner, Secretary 7817 Woodville Road Cell: Mount Airy, MD Sherry Sheckels, Treasurer 5332 Pommel Drive Res: Mount Airy, MD Ray Miller, Membership Chair 313 Buffalo Road Res: Mount Airy, MD Patti Tremper, LCIF Chair Moss Meadow Way Res: Mount Airy, MD

54 MYERSVILLE Region III, Zone 1 Chartered June 26, 1946 Sponsors: Frederick & Middletown Meets 2 nd and 4 th Thursday 6:30 pm Myersville Fire Hall Training Room, 301 Main St., Myersville, MD Ellen Crutchley, President (Lion Ed) 8925 Gloria Ave. Res: Middletown, MD Joseph Mangiafico, 1 st Vice President (Trish) 2603 Canada Hill Road Res: Myersville, MD Phyllis Thompson, Secretary (Lion William) 206 Cone Branch Drive Res: Middletown, MD Judith Zeck, Treasurer (Erik) PO Box 265 Res: Monument Rd. Myersville, MD Patricia Hansen, Membership Chair PO Box 712 Res: S. Jefferson St. Middletown, MD Pat Cappolella, LCIF Chair 5 Poplar Street Res: Myersville, MD

55 NEW MARKET DISTRICT Region III, Zone 2 Chartered: March 8, 1954 Sponsor: Frederick Meets 1 st and 3 rd Monday - 7:00 p.m. New Market Volunteer Fire Department, 76 West Main Street, New Market, MD Arthur Watkins, President Sanandrew Drive Res: New Market, MD Michael Grenier, 1 st Vice President 6233 Sawyer Road Res: New Market, MD Bus: Bobby Rakestraw, Secretary (Donna) Mid County Drive Res: Monrovia, MD Bus: Joanne Jansson, Treasurer 5733 Heatherwood Court Res: New Market, MD Bus: Jeanine Young, Membership Chair 6907 Yew Court Res: Frederick, MD Cell: Patti Lancaster, LCIF Chair 5204 Mussetter Road Res: Ijamsville MD

56 NEW WINDSOR Region IV, Zone 1 Chartered December 18, 1947 Sponsor: Union Bridge Meets 2 nd and 4 th Wednesday - 6:29 p.m. New Windsor Fire Hall/Windsor Station, 101 High Street; New Windsor, MD Neal Roop, President (Lion Sena) PO Box 305 Cell: New Windsor, MD Larry Thompson, 1 st Vice President (Linda) 1925 Jordan Retreat Road Res: New Windsor, MD Sena Roop, Secretary (Lion Neal) PO Box 305 Cell: New Windsor, MD Fred Graham, Treasurer (Lion Rachel) 3845 Carlisle Drive Res: New Windsor, MD Rachel Graham, Membership Chair (Lion Fred) 3845 Carlisle Drive Res: New Windsor, MD Joan Myers, LCIF Chair PO Box 211 Res: New Windsor, MD Bus: Medical Equipment: Neal Roop

57 NORTH BRANCH Region I, Zone 2 Chartered August 22, 2012 Sponsor: LaVale Meetings every other Monday, 6:30 p.m., Moran Manor Health Care Center, Shady Lane SW, Westernport, MD or Luke City Building (dinner meeting), 510 Grant Street, Luke, MD (Call club officer for details) Sue Beachy, President (1 st VDG Gerry) 175 Parkview Circle Res: Grantsville, MD Cell: Esther Clemons, 1 st Vice President (Lion Ed) 90 Mullen Avenue Res: Luke, MD Ed Clemons Jr., Secretary (Lion Cherish) 315 Pratt Street Res: Luke, MD Bus: Rebecca Bray, Treasurer (Lion Garry) 211 North Street Res: Bloomington, MD Robert Suter Jr., Membership Chair (Lion Ruby) 208 Sunnydale Drive Bus: Keyser, WV

58 OAKLAND MT. LAKE PARK Region I, Zone 2 Chartered November 22, 1940 Sponsor: Cumberland Meets 2 nd and 4 th Monday - 6:15 p.m. American Legion Post 71, 423 Memorial Drive, Oakland, MD Wayne Mowbray, President 600 S. 3 rd Street Res: Oakland, MD Bus: Brandon Wolf, 1 st Vice President 423 Arch Road Res: Oakland, MD Leon Cardiff Jr., Secretary (Wendy) 708 Heritage Drive Res: Mt. Lake Park, MD Cell: Brian Boal, Treasurer (Crystal) 317 E. Oak Street, Suite 1 Res: Oakland, MD Bus: Mark Marucci, Membership Chair 3 North 8 th Street Cell: Oakland, MD Bus: Jack Riley, LCIF Chair (Libby) 216 N. Second Street Res: Oakland, MD Bus:

59 OLDTOWN Region I, Zone 3 Chartered April 3, 1979 Sponsor: Frostburg Meets 3rd Thursday - 6:00 p.m. Former School House, Opessa Street Oldtown, MD Rodger Long, President Oldtown Road SE Res: Oldtown, MD Shirley Bender, Secretary Oldtown Road SE Res: Oldtown, MD Bettie A Hearn, Treasurer Opessa St. SE Res: Oldtown, MD

60 POTOMAC VALLEY Region I, Zone 2 (RAWLINGS POTOMAC VALLEY) Chartered March 8, 1983 Sponsor: Warrior Run Meets 1 st and 3 rd Tuesday - 6:30 p.m. Rawlings United Methodist Church Hall, McMullen Highway SW (Route 220), Rawlings, MD PDG John Parker, President 234 N. Lakeview Drive Res: Keyser, WV Cell: Howard Herbert, 1 st Vice President (Lion Kathi) Derfield Drive Res: LaVale, MD Cell: PDG Rodney Welch, Secretary (Carol) Wentling Drive Res: Cumberland, MD Cell: PDG Rodney Welch, Treasurer (Carol) Wentling Drive Res: Cumberland, MD Cell: SVDG Leonard Gares, Membership Chair Rose Hill Drive Res: Rawlings MD Cell: PDG Rodney Welch, LCIF Chair (Carol) Wentling Drive Res: Cumberland, MD Cell:

61 ROARING RUN Region IV, Zone 3 Chartered January 21, 1959 Sponsor: Westminster Meets 1 st & 3 rd Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Bullock s Restaurant, 2020 Sykesville Road (Rt. 32), Westminster, MD Victoria Mahr, President (Bob) 2010 Snapdragon Drive Res: Finksburg, MD Evan Gillett, 1 st Vice President (Lion Bonnie) 2326 Sykesville Road Cell: Westminster, MD Ginger Turnbull-Mellor, Secretary (Lion Buddy) 1420 Cotton Court Res: Westminster, MD Bus: Tim Ganske, Treasurer (Lion Laura) 2318 Sykesville Road Res: Westminster, MD Robert Bullock, Membership Chair (Lion Anita) 2070 Sykesville Road Res: Westminster, MD Laura Ganske, LCIF Chair (Lion Tim) 2318 Sykesville Road Res: Westminster, MD Medical Equipment: Steve Auerback

62 SHARPSBURG Region II, Zone 3 Chartered September 30, 1949 Sponsors: Boonsboro & Hagerstown Meets 1 st and 3 rd Thursday - 7:00 p.m. St. Paul s Episcopal Church, 209 West Main Street, Sharpsburg, MD Wade Moore, President (Jayne) Pheasant Trail Bus: Hagerstown, MD Aldeth Moore, Secretary (PDG Roger) Beaver Creek Road Res: Boonsboro, MD David Peters, Treasurer (Sharon) 5647 Mondell Road Res: Sharpsburg, MD Bus: Club mail: PO Box 55, Sharpsburg, MD Shelva Lohman, Membership Chair (Lion Rodger) Burnside Bridge Road Res: Sharpsburg, MD PDG Roger Moore, LCIF Chair (Lion Aldeth) Beaver Creek Road Res: Boonsboro, MD Medical Equipment: PDG Roger Moore

63 SILVER RUN-UNION MILLS Region IV, Zone 2 Chartered March 9, 1961 Sponsor: Westminster Meets 2 nd and 4 th Thursday - 6:30pm Saint Mary s United Church of Christ 1441 E. Mayberry Road, Westminster, MD PCC John Hopkns, President (Lion Sue) 343 West Deep Run Road Res: Westminster, MD Allan Chrest, 1 st Vice President 1815 Old Taneytown Road Res: Westminster, MD George Gaffney, Secretary, (Barbara) 721 Sweet Pea Lane Res: Hanover, PA Betty Stockslager, Treasurer (Lion Robert) 631 Morning Glory Drive Res: Hanover, PA Terrie Bath, Membership Chair 1188 Silver Run Valley Rd Res: Westminster, MD Allan Chrest, LCIF Chair 1815 Old Taneytown Road Res: Westminster, MD Bob Stockslager, Centennial Chair (Lion Betty) 631 Morning Glory Drive Res: Hanover, PA Medical Equipment: Dan Szymanski

64 SMITHSBURG Region II, Zone 3 Chartered April 10, 1945 Sponsor: Hagerstown Meets 2 nd and 4 th Wednesday - 6:30 p.m. (Please make reservations one week in advance of meeting night) South Mountain Rod and Gun Club, Foxville Road, Smithsburg, MD Franklin Schaller, President (Lion Bonnie) 6 Schaller Lane Res: Smithsburg, MD George Souders, 1 st Vice President Leitersburg Pike Res: Hagerstown, MD Barbara Weaver, Secretary Edgemont Road Res: Smithsburg, MD Elisa Sharpe, Treasurer Foxville Road Res: Smithsburg, MD Jeffrey Weaver, Membership Chair Edgemont Road Res: Smithsburg, MD Eric Davis, LCIF Chair (Lion Tina) Bradbury Avenue Cell: Smithsburg, MD Medical Equipment: Eric Davis

65 SOUTH CARROLL Region IV, Zone 3 South Carroll Lioness Lions Chartered October 5, 2011 Sponsor: District 22-W GMT Meets 1 st Thursday, 7:00 p.m., Messiah Lutheran Church Celebration Hall, 5600 Old Washington Road; Sykesville, MD Barbara Drought, President (Richard) 4513 Salem Bottom Road Res: Westminster MD Kay Field, 1 st Vice President (Tom) 5910 Dale Drive Res: Eldersburg, MD Cell: Linda Smith, Secretary (Tim) 5990 Farthest Out Drive Res: Sykesville, MD Cell: Club mail: PO Box 1353, Sykesville, MD Rochelle Schneiderman, Treasurer (Lion Les) 6567 Kali Drive Res: Eldersburg, MD Martin Bonura, Membership Chair (DG Susan) 1743 Deer Park Road Res: Finksburg, MD Terri Parkent, LCIF Chair (Jeff) 1192 Day Road Res: Sykesville, MD Martin Bonura, Centennial Chair (DG Susan) 1743 Deer Park Road Res: Finksburg, MD

66 TANEYTOWN Region IV, Zone 1 Chartered June 25, 1947 Sponsor: Union Bridge Meets 2 nd and 4 th Tuesday - 6:29 p.m. Fireman s Activity Building, 49 Memorial Drive; Taneytown, MD Linda Sherfey, President (Lion Wayne) 108 Ridge Avenue Cell: Taneytown, MD Paul Garver, 1 st Vice President 46 Bancroft Street Res: Taneytown, MD Cell: Kenneth D. Dallwig, Secretary (Dianne) 834 Horseshoe Lane Res: Taneytown, MD Don Williams, Treasurer (Carolyn) 137 Ponytail Lane Res: Taneytown, MD Larry Heltebridle, Membership Chair (Lion Barbara) 435 E. Baltimore Street Res: Taneytown, MD Roy Davis, LCIF Chair (Bobbie) 1416 Stone Road Res: Westminster, MD Linda Sherfey, Centennial Chair (Lion Wayne) 108 Ridge Avenue Cell: Taneytown, MD Medical Equipment: Fern Haines

67 TAYLORSVILLE-WINFIELD Region IV, Zone 3 Chartered January 27, 1954 Sponsor: Mt. Airy Meets 2 nd and 4 th Monday - 7:00 p.m. Winfield Volunteer Fire Dept Hall 1320 West Old Liberty Road, Sykesville, MD The club requests a 7 day notice on all visitations - call or the club secretary. Duane R. Voitel, President (Rhonda) Mater Way Res: Mt. Airy, MD Cell: Jim Lutz Jr., 1 st Vice President 3920 Buffalo Road. Res: New Windsor, MD Jim Lutz Jr., Secretary 3920 Buffalo Road Res: New Windsor, MD Forrest Hudspeth, Treasurer (Sandra) 5883 Woodbine Road Res: Woodbine, MD Thomas F. Harney Jr, Membership Chair (Janet) 2194 Sams Creek Road Res: Westminster, MD Bus: Dick Staiger, LCIF Chair (Diane) 5128 Perry Road Res: Mt. Airy, MD Medical Equipment: Bob Garber

68 TERRA RUBRA Region IV, Zone 1 Chartered February 17, 1966 Sponsor: New Windsor Meets 1 st and 3 rd Monday 6:30 p.m. 1 st meeting dinner meeting, 2 nd meeting dessert & business meeting only, Terra Rubra Lions Ball Park, 6300 Middleburg Road, Keymar, MD Wayne Weeks Jr., President (Lion Sarah) 6032 Quinn Road Res/Cell: Frederick, MD Sam Foster, 1 st Vice President (Diane) 116 Clubside Drive Res: Taneytown, MD Wayne Weeks Sr., Secretary (Lion Sharon) 35 Fairground Avenue Res: Taneytown, MD Cell: Bus: Larry Stambaugh, Treasurer (Lion Shelbe) 7135 Keysville Road Res: Keymar, MD Cell: PCS Susan Cox, Membership Chair (IPDG Brian) PO Box 65 Res: Keymar, MD Cell: Karen Mehring, LCIF Chair (Lion Charlie) 1060 F.S.K. Highway Res: Keymar, MD Cell: Medical Equipment: Linda Bowers

69 THURMONT Region III, Zone 1 Chartered October 28, 1929 Sponsor: Frederick Meets 2 nd and 4 th Wednesday - 6:30 p.m. Mountain Gate Family Restaurant, 133 Frederick Road, Thurmont, MD Nadja Muchow, President (PCC Robert) 17 Winding Drive Res: Gettysburg, PA Cell: Larry Steinly, 1 st Vice President 24 Lombard Street Res: Thurmont, MD Dianne McLean, Secretary 7 Geoley Court Res: Thurmont, MD Cell: Douglas Favorite, Treasurer Roddy Road Res: Thurmont, MD William D. Reckley, Membership Chair 7998 Mills Manor Ct Res: Thurmont, MD PDG Paul Cannada, LCIF Chair (Lion JoAnn) 7 Sylvia Circle Res: Thurmont, MD Cell: PCC Robert Muchow, Centennial Chair (Lion Nadja) 17 Winding Drive Res: Gettysburg, PA Cell:

70 UNION BRIDGE Region IV, Zone 1 Chartered December 13, 1944 Sponsor: Westminster Meets 2 nd and 4 th Tuesday - 6:29 p.m. Buttersburg Inn, 9 North Main Street Union Bridge, MD Jose Flores, President 105 Hahn Road Res: Westminster, MD us.army.mil John Laudermilch, 1 st Vice President PO Box 565 Res: New Windsor, MD Ilene Weeks, Secretary Green Valley Road Res: Union Bridge, MD Robert Doan, Treasurer Good Intent Road Res: Union Bridge, MD Cell: Michael Lippy, Membership Chair 3546 Old Taneytown Rd. Res: Taneytown, MD Penny Larson, LCIF Chair 32 South Main Street Res: Union Bridge, MD Medical Equipment: Selby & Sarah Black

71 VALLEY Region IV, Zone 2 Chartered March 31, 1980 Sponsor: New Windsor Meets 2 nd and 4 th Tuesday - 7:00 p.m. (2 nd meeting is business only) Pleasant Valley Fire Hall, 2030 South Pleasant Valley Rd., Westminster, MD Lee Strine, President 1717 Richardson Road Cell: Westminster, MD Michael Nelson, 1 st Vice President 1208 Stone Road Res: Westminster, MD Cell: Edward Cooney, Secretary (Marilyn) 2000 Richardson Road Res: Westminster, MD Richard Hosfeld, Treasurer (Helen) 3015 Homestead Drive Res: Westminster, MD Harry Conover, Membership Chair (Chris) 1445 S. Pleasant Valley Res: Westminster, MD Richard Hosfeld, LCIF Chair (Helen) 3015 Homestead Drive Res: Westminster, MD Medical Equipment: Tom Kinser Sr

72 WEST HAGERSTOWN Region II, Zone 2 (HAGERSTOWN WEST) Chartered April 3, 1981 Sponsor: Clear Spring Meets 1 st and 3 rd Monday - 6:30 p.m. Washington Square United Methodist Church, 538 Washington Ave. (Rear Parking Lot - Use Rear Door/elevator to 2 nd floor), Hagerstown, MD Mary Chaney, President Taylor s Landing Rd Res: Sharpsburg, MD Bus: Thelma Myers, 1 st Vice President Forest Glen Circle Res: Hagerstown, MD Donna S. Jackman, Secretary/Treasurer 659 Trafalgar Drive Res: Hagerstown, MD Cell: Randy Taylor, Membership Chair Richwood Drive Res: Hagerstown, MD Cell: Elizabeth Stone, LCIF Chair 1376 Outer Drive Res: Hagerstown, MD Medical Equipment: James Gossard

73 WESTMINSTER Region IV, Zone 2 Chartered November 7, 1940 Sponsor: Emmitsburg Meets 2 nd and 4 th Thursday - 6:30 p.m. Westminster VFW Post #467, 519 Poole Road PO Box 246, Westminster, MD Jeanette Morris, President 646 Deer Park Road Res: Westminster, MD Cell: : Bob Coursey, 1 st Vice President (Susan) 940 Litchfield Circle Cell: Westminster, MD Kerri Crunkilton, Secretary (Lion Richard) 577 Marshall Drive Cell: Westminster, MD Charles Hedges, Treasurer (Lion Roseanne) 3789 Bixlers Church Road Res: Westminster, MD Karen Bullock, Membership Chair 325 Parr s Ridge Unit 21B Res: Westminster, MD Dr. Mark Fraser, LCIF Chair (Lion Diana) 2500 Sandymount Road Res: Finksburg, MD Cell: Jeanette Morris, Centennial Chair 646 Deer Park Road Res: Westminster, MD Cell: Medical Equipment: Floyd Freyman

74 WILLIAMSPORT Region II, Zone 1 Chartered April 2, 1945 Sponsor: Hagerstown Meets 2 nd and 4 th Tuesday - 6:15 p.m. Improved Order of Red Men Tribe #84, Lappans Road, Williamsport, MD Elocadio Lucky Urias, President 151 Mesquite Lane. Res: Hedgesville, WV Cell: Brent E. Taylor, 1 st Vice President (Jackie) Woodside Drive Res: Hagerstown, MD Larry Miller, Secretary (Mary Ann) Kemps Mill Road Res: Williamsport, MD Tamitha L. Schwandt, Treasurer 233 Blair Street Cell: Martinsburg, WV Richard J. Nye, Membership Chair Kemps Mill Road Res: Williamsport, MD Lois Conrad, LCIF Chair 212 Strathmore Way E Res: Martinsburg, WV Cell: Stanley Stouffer, Centennial Chair Landis Road Res: Hagerstown, MD Cell: Medical Equipment: Jim Rudolph

75 YELLOW SPRINGS Region III, Zone 1 Chartered March 6, 1958 Sponsor: Frederick Meets 2 nd and 4 th Tuesday - 6:30 p.m. Elks Lodge, 289 Willowdale Dr., Frederick, MD Anthony O Toole, President 6022 Mountain Dale Road Res: Thurmont, MD Roger Wastler, 1 st Vice President (Lion Holly) 9042 Walter Martz Road Res: Frederick, MD Paula McGee, Secretary 2126 Collingwood Lane Res: Frederick, MD Cell: Earle Arnold Jr., Treasurer (Beverly) 7619 Irongate Lane Res: Frederick, MD Cell: Paula McGee, Membership Chair 2126 Collingwood Lane Res: Frederick, MD Cell: Holly Wastler, LCIF Chair (Lion Roger) 9042 Walter Martz Road Res: Frederick, MD

76 LIONESS CLUB HAGERSTOWN LIONESS Region II, Zone 2 (73) Organized March 1, 1978 Meets 1 st Thursday - 6:30 p.m. Academy Theater, 58 East Washington Street Hagerstown, MD Lou Ann Forrest, President Old Forge Road Res: Hagerstown, MD Cell: Lesley A. Smith, 1 st Vice President (Andrew) 301 Kingswood Terrace Res: Hagerstown, MD Cell: Ellen Gercke, Secretary Marquise Drive Res: Hagerstown, MD Cell: Mary Licht, Treasurer Meadowlark Avenue Res: Hagerstown, MD Cell: Karen Barnett, Membership (Dave) 103 Patricks Court Res: Smithsburg, MD Lesley A. Smith, LCIF Chair 301 Kingswood Terrace Res: Hagerstown, MD Cell: Lou Ann Forrest, Centennial Chair Old Forge Road Res: Hagerstown, MD Cell:

77 LEO CLUBS BOONSBORO MIDDLE SCHOOL LEO CLUB Organized October 2013 Sponsoring Lions Club: Boonsboro Lions Club 1 J-H Wade Drive Boonsboro, MD Office: Meetings: 1st and 3rd Thursday, 3:30 p.m. Jillian Markle, Faculty Advisor President elections in the Fall- TBD Lion Nelson Baker, Club Advisor (Peggy) Mill Point Road Res: Boonsboro, MD Home Club: Boonsboro BOONSBORO HIGH SCHOOL LEO CLUB Organized January 12, 2015 Sponsoring Lions Club: Boonsboro Lions Club 10 Campus Ave. Boonsboro, MD Meetings: 1 st & 3 rd Fridays Allison Wadding, Faculty Advisor Jordan Row, President Lion Cindy Kauffman, Club Advisor (Charles) 416 N. Main Street Res: Boonsboro, MD Lion Rudolph Rudy Otto Jr., Club Advisor (Neida) 305 South Main Street Res: Boonsboro, MD

78 LEO CLUBS (Continued) CATOCTIN HIGH SCHOOL LEO CLUB Organized: October 23, 2009 Sponsoring Lions Club: Thurmont Lions Club Sabillasville Road Bus: Thurmont, MD Meetings: Once a month on Club Day Website: Kathleen Herrmann, Faculty Advisor Avie Hopcraft, President Lion Wendy Candela, Club Advisor 103 Rock Creek Way Res: Thurmont MD Home Club: Thurmont Lion John Hart, Club Advisor 9837 Rocky Ridge Road Res: Rocky Ridge, MD Cell: Home Club: Thurmont CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL LEO CLUB Organized January 2002 Sponsoring Lions Club: Freedom District Lions Club 355 Ronsdale Road Office: Sykesville, MD Meetings dependent on school calendar Patti Naper, Faculty Advisor Grace Debelius, President Lion Bob Bastress, Club Advisor (Diane) 298 Iris Drive Res: Sykesville, MD Cell: Home Club: Freedom District 78

79 LEO CLUBS (Continued) FSK HIGH SCHOOL LEO CLUB Organized December 2011 Sponsoring Lions Club: Taneytown Lions Club 3825 Bark Hill Road Office: Union Bridge, MD Meetings dependent on school calendar Bonnie LaPierre, Faculty Advisor Emily Airing, President Lion Mike Garner, Club Advisor 1 Starboard Ct. Res: Taneytown, MD Cell: Home Club: Taneytown LIBERTY HIGH LEO CLUB Organized December 2010 Sponsoring Lions Club: Freedom District Lions Club 5855 Bartholow Road Office: Eldersburg, MD Office: Meetings dependent on school calendar Patricia Regan, Faculty Advisor Hanna Steier, President Lions Laura & Tom Gillen, Club Advisors 1106 English Ivy Court Res: Eldersburg, MD Home Club: Freedom District 79

80 LEO CLUBS (Continued) MOUNT AIRY MIDDLE LEO CLUB Organized - November 2009 Sponsoring Lions Club: Mt. Airy Lions Club 102 Watersville Rd Office: Mount Airy, MD Meetings dependent on school calendar May Novalis, Faculty Advisor Taylor Evans, President Lion Wayne Evans, Club Advisor Old Frederick Rd Res: Mount Airy, MD Home Club: Mt. Airy NEW MARKET MIDDLE LEO CLUB Organized June 2016 Sponsoring Lions Club: New Market District Lions Club 125 West Main Street Office: New Market, MD Meetings dependent on school calendar Faculty Advisor to be determined President to be determined Lion Wil Graham, Club Advisor 5802 Drexel Avenue Res: New Market, MD Home Club: New Market District SILVER OAK ACADEMY Organized: April 18, 2015 Sponsoring Lions Club: Terra Rubra Lions Club 999 Crouse Mill Road Office: Keymar, MD Sheila Leatherbury, Faculty Advisor President To be determined Lion Larry Stambaugh, Club Advisor (Lion Shelbe) 7135 Keysville Road Res: Keymar, MD Cell/Bus: Home Club: Terra Rubra 80

81 LEO CLUBS (Continued) SOUTH CARROLL HIGH SCHOOL LEO CLUB Organized: February 13, 2014 Sponsoring Lions Club: Taylorsville-Winfield Lions Club 1300 W. Old Liberty Road Office: Sykesville, MD Meetings held on school club day Lisa Katz, Faculty Advisor Hanna Myers, President Lion Mindy Coates, Club Advisor 2202 Sharidan Road Res: Westminster, MD Cell: Home Club: Taylorsville-Winfield SPRINGFIELD MIDDLE SCHOOL LEO CLUB Organized: September 27, 2012 Sponsoring Lions Club: Williamsport Lions Club 334 Sunset Ave. Office: Williamsport, MD Meetings 1 st and 3 rd Monday, 2:30 p.m. Julie Perez, Faculty Advisor Payton Smith, President call Jim Lion Jim and Diane Wollard, Club Advisors 8312 Neck Road Res: Williamsport, MD Home Club: Williamsport 81

82 LEO CLUBS (Continued) THURMONT MIDDLE SCHOOL LEO CLUB Organized: October 23, 2008 Sponsoring Lions Club: Thurmont Lions Club 408 East Main Street Office: Thurmont, MD Meetings 1 st Wednesday, 2:30 p.m. Rachel Shecyk, Faculty Advisor Faith Davis, President Lion Leah Zufall, Club Advisor Sabillasville Road Res: Sabillasville, MD Home Club: Thurmont WALKERSVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL LEO CLUB Organized April 23, 2013 Sponsoring Lions Club: Glade Valley Lions Club 55 W. Frederick Street Walkersville, MD Office: Meetings dependent on school calendar Lion Kevin Smith, Faculty Advisor/Club Advisor 11 Wyndale Court Res: Walkersville, MD Home Club: Glade Valley Claire Smith, President Lion Jennifer Smith, Club Advisor Bennie Duncan Road Res: Frederick, MD Home Club: Glade Valley 82

83 LEO CLUBS (Continued) WILLIAMSPORT HIGH SCHOOL LEO CLUB Organized: December 7, 2014 Sponsoring Lions Club: Williamsport Lions Club 5 South Clifton Drive Office: Williamsport, MD Meetings 1st and 3rd Wednesday, 3:35 p.m. Jay Mace, Faculty Advisor Aly Cosiem, President call Jim Lion Jim and Diane Wollard, Club Advisors 8312 Neck Road Res: Williamsport, MD Home Club: Williamsport 83

84 22-W COMMITTEE CHAIRS & COORDINATORS ALERT & DISTRICT SAFETY OFFICER Myron Horn (Pam) 6608 Phaedra Court Res: Sykesville, MD Home Club: Freedom District AMERICAN HERITAGE, PRESERVATION & PATRIOTISM Lesley Smith (Andrew) Res: Kingswood Terrace Cell: Hagerstown, MD Home Club: Hagerstown Lioness AUDITOR PDG Kent Eitemiller (PCS Liz) 7202 Patton Drive Res: Woodbine, MD Cell: Home Club: Taneytown AWARDS COORDINATOR Linda Smith (Tim) 5990 Farthest Out Dr. Res: Sykesville, MD Home Club: South Carroll Lioness Lions CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION Martin Bonura (DG Susan) 1743 Deer Park Road Cell: Finksburg, MD Home Club: South Carroll Lioness Lions CHAPLAIN PDG Robert Miller (Lion Sue) 1500 Springlake Way South Res: Sykesville, MD Home Club: South Carroll Lioness Lions CONSTITUTION & BY-LAWS PDG David Brauning (Libby) 2318 DaLib Road Res: Finksburg, MD Home Club: Roaring Run CONVENTION PDG Andy DeMario Sr. (Lion Margaret) 2809 Demario Drive Res: Manchester, MD Home Club: Lineboro-Manchester 84

85 22-W COMMITTEE CHAIRS & COORDINATORS DIABETES AWARENESS AND ACTION CO-CHAIR Donna S. Jackman 659 Trefalgar Drive Res: Hagerstown, MD Home Club: West Hagerstown DIABETES AWARENESS AND ACTION CO-CHAIR Thomas F. Harney Jr. (Janet) 2194 Sams Creek Road Res: Westminster, MD Home Club: Taylorsville-Winfield DISTRICT 22W FOUNDATION IPDG Brian Cox (PCS Susan) P.O. Box 65 Cell: Keymar, MD Home Club: Terra Rubra ENVIRONMENT Francis Champ Zumbrun (Lion Cynthia) 608 North First Street Res: LaVale, MD Home Club: LaVale ETHICS Larry Gray (Carol) 600 Ebert Road Res: Union Bridge, MD Cell: Home Club: Terra Rubra FINANCE IPDG Brian Cox (PCS Susan) (1/2) P.O. Box 65 Cell: Keymar, MD Home Club: Terra Rubra PDG Robert Mitchell (Lion Michelle) (2/2) 3 Bowie Mill Avenue Res: Taneytown, MD Cell: Home Club: Taneytown GLOBAL LEADERSHIP TEAM (GLT) PDG Stephen Finger, Coordinator (Debra) 206 Forest Drive Res: LaVale, MD Home Club: LaVale 85

86 22-W COMMITTEE CHAIRS & COORDINATORS GLOBAL LEADERSHIP TEAM CONTINUED 2nd VDG Leonard Gares, Leadership Specialist (Lion Jeanette) Res: Rosehill Dr. Cell: Rawlings, MD Home Club: Potomac Valley Allan Chrest, Leadership Specialist 1815 Old Taneytown Road Res: Westminster, MD Home Club: Silver Run-Union Mills Lois Conrad, Leadership Specialist 212 Strathmore Way Res: Martinsburg, WV Cell: Home Club: Williamsport PDG Kent Eitemiller, Leadership Specialist (PCS Liz) 7202 Patton Drive Res: Woodbine, MD Cell: Home Club: Taneytown GLOBAL MEMBERSHIP TEAM (GMT) Martin Bonura, Coordinator (DG Susan) 1743 Deer Park Rd. Finksburg, MD Cell: Home Club: South Carroll Lioness Lions 1 st VDG Gerry Beachy, Membership Specialist (Lion Sue) 175 Parkview Circle Res: Grantsville, MD Cell: Home Club: Grantsville Susan Cox, Membership Specialist (IPDG Brian) PO Box 65 Cell: Keymar, MD Home Club: Terra Rubra 86

87 22-W COMMITTEE CHAIRS & COORDINATORS PDG Andy DeMario Sr, Membership Specialist 2809 DeMario Drive Res: Manchester, MD Home Club: Lineboro-Manchester PCC John Hopkins, Membership Specialist (Lion Sue) 343 West Deep Run Rd Res: Westminster, MD Cell: Home Club: Silver Run Union Mills PDG Robert Mitchell (Lion Michelle) 3 Bowie Mill Avenue Res: Taneytown, MD Cell: Home Club: Taneytown Sandy Moore, Membership Specialist Mt. Savage Rd., NW Res: Mt. Savage, MD Cell: Home Club: Mason-Dixon Nadja Muchow, Family & Women s Specialist (PCC Bob) 17 Winding Drive Res: Gettysburg, PA Cell: Home Club: Thurmont GLOBAL SERVICE TEAM (GST) Susan Cox, Coordinator (IPDG Brian) PO Box 65 Cell: Keymar, MD Home Club: Terra Rubra HEARING PRESERVATION, AWARENESS & ACTION Barbara Brimigion 6519 Monroe Avenue Res: Eldersburg, MD Home Club: Freedom District HISTORIAN Andrew DeMario Jr DeMario Drive Res: Manchester, MD Home Club: Lineboro-Manchester 87

88 22W COMMITTEE CHAIRS & COORDINATORS HONORARY COMMITTEE IPDG Brian Cox (PCS Susan) Cell: P.O. Box 65 Keymar, MD Home Club: Terra Rubra INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY WEB MASTER Jeff Moody (Rebecca) 1316 Woodland Circle Res: New Windsor, MD Home Club: Silver Run-Union Mills INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS PDG Kent Eitemiller (PCS Liz) 7202 Patton Drive Res: Woodbine MD Cell: Home Club: Taneytown LEADER DOG Evan Gillett (Lion Bonnie) 2326 Sykesville Rd Cell: Westminster, MD Home Club: Roaring Run LEO Chairperson (1/3) Pauline Rosier (Lion Charles) 6515 Shenandoah Dr. Res: Sykesville, MD Home Club: South Carroll Lioness Lions LIONS CLUBS INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION (LCIF) PDG Kent Eitemiller (PCS Liz) (3/3) 7202 Patton Drive Res: Woodbine, MD Cell: Home Club: Taneytown LIONS QUEST PCC Robert Muchow (Lion Nadja) (1/3) 17 Winding Drive Res: Gettysburg, PA Cell: Home Club: Thurmont LIONS SAVING KIDS SIGHT (LSKS) Gary Llewellyn (Val), Region I Coordinator 305 Sunset Drive Res: Cumberland, MD Home Club: LaVale 88

89 22-W COMMITTEE CHAIRS & COORDINATORS Terry Doub (Ellie), Region II Coordinator Governor Lane Blvd. Res: Williamsport, MD Home Club: Williamsport John Hopson, Region III Coordinator PO Box 912 Res: Middletown, MD Home Club: Middletown Ron Kafchinski (Linda), Region IV Coordinator 799 Irongate Circle Cell: (preferred) Sykesville, MD Res: Home Club: Deer Park LIONS VISION RESEARCH FOUNDATION (LVRF) Bob Johnson (Lion Cartha) 2193 Bellemonte Court Cell: Jefferson, MD Home Club: Thurmont MOBILE SCREENING UNIT IPDG Brian Cox (PCS Susan) PO Box 65 Cell: Keymar, MD Home Club: Terra Rubra NEWSLETTER Phyllis Thompson (Lion William) 206 Cone Branch Drive Res: Middletown, MD Home Club: Myersville NOMINATIONS PCC Clare M. Newcomer Granada Court. Res: Hagerstown, MD Cell: Home Club: Hagerstown 89

90 22-W COMMITTEE CHAIRS & COORDINATORS PEACE POSTER Allan Chrest 1815 Old Taneytown Road Res: Westminster, MD Home Club: Silver Run-Union Mills PIN COORDINATOR Linda Sherfey (Lion Wayne) 108 Ridge Avenue Cell: Taneytown, MD Home Club: Taneytown PUBLIC RELATIONS & PUBLICITY Bill Strauss 1825 Francis Scott Key Highway Res: Keymar, MD Home Club: Libertytown-Unionville RESEARCH & LONG-RANGE PLANNING COMMITTEE PDG Robert Mitchell (Lion Michelle) 3 Bowie Mill Avenue Res: Taneytown, MD Cell: Home Club: Taneytown SIGHT CONSERVATION WHITE CANE/EYE BANK Andrew DeMario Jr DeMario Drive Res: Manchester, MD Home Club: Lineboro-Manchester SIGHT CONSERVATION CHAIRPERSON (Eyeglasses Drop Off Region III) Robert Martin 6588 Robin Song Res: Columbia, MD Cell: Home Club: Myersville SIGHT CONSERVATION (Eyeglasses Drop Off Regions I and II) Elwood Glass (Janet) 14 Mountain View Lane Res: LaVale, MD Home Club: LaVale SIGHT CONSERVATION (Eyeglasses Drop Off Region IV) Gary Peltier (Lion Viki) 3998 Benrose Lane Res: Sykesville, MD Home Club: Freedom District 90

91 22-W COMMITTEE CHAIRS & COORDINATORS SOCIAL Linda Smith (Tim) 5990 Farthest Out Dr. Res: Sykesville, MD Home Club: South Carroll Lioness Lions SONG LEADER PDG Robert Miller (Lion Sue) 1500 Springlake Way South Res: Sykesville, MD Home Club: South Carroll Lioness Lions USA/CANADA LIONS LEADERSHIP FORUM (2017 Portland, Oregon) PDG John Parker 234 N. Lakeview Drive Res: Rawlings, WV Cell: Home Club: Potomac Valley USA/CANADA LIONS LEADERSHIP FORUM (2018 Columbus, Ohio) Sam Foster (Diane) 116 Clubside Dr. Res: Taneytown, MD Home Club:Terra Rubra VEHICLE TAGS Brooks Widder (Cathy) 9202 Oak Tree Circle Res: Frederick, MD Home Club: Glade Valley VIP COMMITTEE & LIONS INFORMATION PID Richard Liebno (Lion Grace) 115 Rockland Road Res: Westminster, MD Home Club: Deer Park 91

92 PAST DISTRICT GOVERNORS HONORARY COMMITTEE IPDG Brian Cox (PCS Susan) P.O. Box 65 Cell: Keymar, MD Home Club: Terra Rubra PDG Robert L. Boller, (Sandy) 8301 Woodward Street Res: Savage, MD Home Club: Freedom District PDG David L. Brauning, (Libby) 2318 DaLib Road Res: Finksburg, MD Home Club: Roaring Run PDG Paul W. Cairl, (Virginia) 2629 France Street Res: Findlay, OH Home Club during DG Year: Frostburg PDG Paul Cannada, (Lion Jo Ann) 7 Sylvia Circle Res: Thurmont, MD Cell: Home Club: Thurmont PDG Marion D. Carmack Jr., Lenhart Road Res: Frederick, MD Bus: , Ext. 114 Home Club: New Market District PCC Roy S. Cool, (Lion Rebecca) Barton Blvd., SW Res: Cumberland, MD Bus: Home Club: Cumberland PDG Andrew J. DeMario Sr., (Lion Margaret) 2809 DeMario Drive Res: Manchester, MD Home Club: Lineboro-Manchester 92

93 HONORARY COMMITTEE PDG Robert C. Disinger, (Lion Eileen) 6504 Carrie Lynn Court Cell: Mt. Airy, MD Home Club during DG year: Mt. Airy Home Club: Taylorsville-Winfield PDG Kent Eitemiller, (PCS Liz) 7202 Patton Drive Res: Woodbine, MD Cell: Home Club: Taneytown Home Club during DG year: Taylorsville-Winfield PDG Stephen Finger, (Debra) 206 Forest Drive Res: LaVale, MD Home Club: LaVale PDG David A. Fisher, (Lioness Doris) Marsh Pike Res: Hagerstown, MD Home Club: Hagerstown PDG Gary S. Buck Fisher, Hawbottom Road Cell: Middletown, MD Home Club: Middletown PDG Larry Gerber, Sr (Alice) 23 West High Street Res: Hancock, MD Bus: Home Club: Hancock PCC Mark E. Green, Deerwood Drive Res: Mercersburg, PA Bus: Home Club: Hagerstown PDG Joseph E. Harris, (Lion Yvonne) District 5-SW (Western South Dakota) 241 Pine Grove Rd. Res: Lonaconing, MD Home Club: Grantsville PCC John W. Hopkins, (Lion Sue) 343 West Deep Run Road Res: Westminster, MD Cell: Home Club: Silver Run-Union Mills 93

94 HONORARY COMMITTEE PID Richard E. Liebno, (Lion Grace) 115 Rockland Road Res: Westminster, MD Home Club: Deer Park PDG Dr. Cecil M. Massie, Ph.D., (Virginia) 114 Virginia Drive Res: Westminster, MD Home Club: Union Bridge PDG Barbara J. McKenney (Lion Ron) PO Box 635, 703 Church Street Res: Kitzmiller, MD Bus: Home Club: Kitzmiller PDG Robert Miller, (Lion Sue) 1500 Springlake Way South Res: Sykesville, MD Home Club: South Carroll Lioness Lions Home Club during DG Year: Freedom District PDG Robert Bob Mitchell (Lion Michelle) 3 Bowie Mill Avenue Res: Taneytown, MD Cell: Home Club: Taneytown PDG Roger E. Moore, (Lion Aldeth) Beaver Creek Road Res: Boonsboro, MD Home Club: Sharpsburg PCC Robert Muchow, (Lion Nadja) 17 Winding Drive Res: Gettysburg, PA Cell: Home Club: Thurmont Home Club during DG Year: Severn River, District 22-A PCC Clare M. Newcomer, Granada Court Res: Hagerstown, MD Cell: Home Club: Hagerstown 94

95 HONORARY COMMITTEE PDG Margarito Och Ochoa, (Lion Sharon) 4600 Wayne Road Res: Chambersburg, PA Bus: Home Club: Terra Rubra Home Club during DG Year: Thurmont PDG John Parker, N. Lakeview Dr. Res: Keyser, WV Cell: Home Club: Potomac Valley PDG Walter Russell, , (Lion Joann) District 4-A Willow Rd. Apt. 420 Res: Frederick, MD Home Club: Frederick PDG Carol W. Smith, Yosemite Street Bus: Brighton, CO Cell: Home Club during DG Year: Beaver Creek PDG David C. Smith, (Jeanie) 218 Quinlan Street, PMB 282 Res: Kerrville, TX Home Club during DG Year: Potomac Valley PDG Susan Timmons, (Lion Rodney) 724 Pensinger Road Res: Greencastle, PA Home Club: Longmeadow PDG Allan H. Ward, (Cheryl) Borden Yard Rd NW Res: Frostburg, MD Home Club: Cumberland PDG Rodney J. Welch, (Carol) Wentling Drive Res: Cumberland, MD Home Club: Potomac Valley PDG Carl H. Welsh, (Lion Anna) 2852 Hilltop Drive Cell: Manchester, MD Home Club: Lineboro-Manchester 1411 Cross Bow Lane; Spring Hill, Fl

96 22-W DECEASED PAST DISTRICT GOVERNORS Name Club while Governor Year M. Nelson Bond Baltimore Frank C. Hughes (Resigned] Wilmington Dr. Roy P. May Baltimore Dr. Roy P. May Baltimore H. Noel Haller Frederick Robert L. McKeever Washington Worthington Wachter Hagerstown Clarence Whealton Salisbury Bernard B. Gough Baltimore Richard Simmons Frederick William R. Stevens Wilmington Arthur C. Smith Washington Host George Danby Newark Dr. Seth H. Hurdle Salisbury Joseph T. Molz Uptown Baltimore Bert H. Piers Washington Host George M. Phipps Wilmington Harold L. Loreman, Jr. Salisbury H.V. Keiser Washington Host Elbridge B. Donaldson Baltimore Louis L. Brown, Jr. Georgetown Floyd D. Akers Washington Host Rev. Donald Brake Middletown E. Lester Mobley Hagerstown Albert T. Long Uptown Baltimore Alvey V. Renn Frederick Clarence O. Fishpaw Westminster Massie H. Roe Hagerstown Albert C. Brault 22-C (joined Thurmont later) Alvin E. Yaste Cumberland William M. Heagy Westminster J. William Beck Westernport/Luke Murray D. Ryan Mount Airy Aaron G. Steiner Hancock John W. Morgan Frederick G. Robert Lyles Hagerstown Carl C. Thomas, Sr. Yellow Springs Russell H. Marsh Union Bridge Lawrence A. Dorsey Glade Valley

97 Harry B. Dougherty Taneytown Arthur M. Moats Halfway Harry S. Bosley Lonaconing Charles I. Joy Libertytown-Unionville Harry E. Filler Glade Valley Charles D. Fishack, Jr. Smithsburg Wm. Lauterbach, Jr. Lineboro-Manchester J. Franklin Shank Hagerstown G. Wilbur Boller Freedom District Harry R. Lippy Lineboro-Manchester Joseph J. Dorsey LaVale Homer Y. Myers Taneytown G. Halbert Fritz Westminster Dr. Paul W. Shaffer Brunswick G. William Baker Oakland-Mt. Lake Park J. Keith Meyers Sharpsburg Herman S. Beck Mount Airy George J. Barthel Middletown Paul A. Dowell Sharpsburg Emmert W. Stains Halfway Thomas J. Jefts Jr. Sharpsburg Richard A. Killmeier Thurmont William L. Bulla Williamsport William D. King, Sr. West Hagerstown Bill L. Yoho 22-C (joined Hancock later) Michael C. LeMay Frostburg James R. Baker Glade Valley

98 MULTIPLE DISTRICT 22 DISTRICT 22-A OFFICERS DISTRICT GOVERNOR Paul Rufe 704 Seawall Rd Cell: Essex, MD Home Club: Eastern Regional 1 st VICE DISTRICT GOVERNOR Angela Bruce (PDG Bob) 6722 Mink Hollow Road Res: Highland, MD Cell: Home Club: Glenwood CABINET SECRETARY Marie Marucci 2029 Ormand Road Res: Dundalk, MD Cell: Home Club: Eastern Regional CABINET TREASURER Daniel Miller 4042 Hunt Crest Rd Res: Jarrettsville, MD Cell: Home Club: Jarrettsville ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Nancy Ruff 2549 Liberty Parkway Res: Dundalk, MD Cell: Home Club: Eastern Regional 98

99 MULTIPLE DISTRICT 22 DISTRICT 22-B OFFICERS DISTRICT GOVERNOR Jeff Beever (Beverly) 3811 Seymour Dr. Res: Trappe, MD Cell: Home Club: Trappe 2 nd VICE DISTRICT GOVERNOR Mary Alice Carroll (Lion William) 25 Holly Street Earleville, MD Cell: Home Club: Cecilton CABINET SECRETARY Dalton (Dal) Mann, PDG Lyn Oaks Drive Res: Preston, MD Cell: Home Club: Hurlock CABINET TREASURER Edward Harrison P.O. Box 1521 Res: Easton, MD Bus: Home Club: Great Lions Club of Trappe 99

100 MULTIPLE DISTRICT 22 DISTRICT 22-C OFFICERS DISTRICT GOVERNOR Carl Vettel (Janice) 2904 Twisting Lane Res: Bowie, MD Cell: Home Club: Bowie 1 st VICE DISTRICT GOVERNOR Andrea Cumberland 6311 Martin s Terrace Res: Lanham, MD Home Club: Suburban 2 nd VICE DISTRICT GOVERNOR Sonia Wiggins (David) 5812 Rolling Drive Res: Derwood, MD Cell: Home Club: Rockville Lions CABINET SECRETARY Laura Salers (Lion Greg) 9727 Wichita Ave Res: College Park, MD Cell: Home Club: College Park CABINET TREASURER Leah Everhart Res: Yarmouth Lane Bowie, MD Home Club: Bowie ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Ronnie Cervenka 8408 Spruill Dr. Res: Bowie, MD Cell: Home Club: Bowie 100

101 MULTIPLE DISTRICT 22 DISTRICT 22-D OFFICERS DISTRICT GOVERNOR Charles Taylor (Lion Kathleen) 245 Greenville Road Res: Harrington, DE Cell: Home Club: Harrington 1 st VICE DISTRICT GOVERNOR John R. Burris 545 S. Carter Road Res: Smyrna, DE Cell: Home Club: Clayton 2 nd VICE DISTRICT GOVERNOR - Vacant CABINET SECRETARY Helen Friend 9 Allandale Dr. J1 Home: Newark, DE Work: Home Club: Wilmington Manor CABINET TREASURER James Baaden (Diane) 114 Mocassin Path Cell: Camden, DE Home Club: Camden-Wyoming Lions ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Cathy Draper (Ron) Frederica Spring Creek 8339 Canterbury Rd Cell: Felton, DE Home Club: Frederica Spring Creek 101

102 MD-22 COMMITTEE CHAIRS & COORDINATORS Council Chair PDG Dave Studley (Lion Ginny) 22-B Norris Twilley Rd Res: Delmar, MD Cell: Home Club: Sharptown Council Secretary DG Susan Bonura (Lion Martin) 22-W 1743 Deer Park Road Cell: Finksburg, MD Home Club: South Carroll Lioness Lions Council Treasurer DG Charles Taylor (Lion Kathleen) 22-D 245 Greenville Rd Res: Harrington, DE Cell: Home Club: Harrington Administrative Assistant PCS Joan Bestpitch 22-D (2/2) 545 South Carter Road Res: Smyrna, DE Cell: Home Club: Clayton Auditor Keith L. Thompson (PCC Debbie) 22-D 707 Elkton Blvd Res: Elkton, MD Bus: Home Club: Glasgow Centennial Celebration Chair PDG Dee Hawkins (PDG Paul) 22C (4/4) Lafayette Drive Res: Olney, MD Cell: Home Club: Olney Constitution and By-Laws, Policy & Procedures PCC Clare M. Newcomer 22-W Granada Court Res: Hagerstown, MD Cell: Home Club: Hagerstown Diabetes Chair Donna S. Jackman 22-W 659 Trefalgar Drive Res: Hagerstown, MD Home Club: West Hagerstown 102

103 MD 22 COMMITTEE CHAIRS & COORDINATORS Global Leadership Team Coordinator Martin Bonura (DG Susan) 22-W 1743 Deer Park Road Cell: Finksburg, MD Home Club: South Carroll Lioness Lions Global Membership Team Coordinator PDG Wayne Cole (Terry) 22-B 2640 Meadowbrook Avenue Res: Federalsburg, MD Cell: Bus: Home Club: Federalsburg Global Service Team Coordinator PCC John Lawrence 22-B 105 Acorn Drive Res: Chestertown, MD Home Club: Kent Island Hearing/Speech Coordinator PDG Mary Lee Phillips 22-D Zachary Taylor Court Res: Millsboro, DE Cell: (text only) Home Club: Millsboro Information Technology Coordinator Ken Wenzel (Elizabeth) 22-C 3836 Irongate Lane Res: Bowie, MD Cell: Home Club: Bowie International Convention Chair PDG Chuck Egender (Lion Pat) 22-A 613 Hartwood Lane Res: Edgewood, MD Cell: Home Club: Bel Air International Convention Vice-Chair Carol Schoonover 22-B 105 Acorn Drive Res: Chestertown, MD Cell: Home Club: Salisbury Metro Leader Dog Coordinator PDG Bob Jones (PDG Cheryl) 22D Edgewood Ave. Res: Laurel, DE Cell: Home Club: Laurel 103

104 MD 22 COMMITTEE CHAIRS & COORDINATORS Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) Coordinator PDG A. Kendall Ken Chew (3/3) (Lion Marie) 22-D 1400 Forrest Rd Westwood Manor Res: Wilmington, DE Cell: Home Club: Claymont Lions Quest Sandy Parker 22-W P.O. Box 785 Res: Keyser, WV Bus: , ext. 270 Cell: Home Club: Lonaconing Lions Saving Kids Sight (LSKS) Foundation Chair PDG Ben Cassell (Nanette) 22-B 78 Gardenia Boulevard Res: Greenwood, DE Cell: Home Club: Kent Island Lions Vision Research Foundation (LVRF) PDG Karl Gude, Chair (Lion Anne) 22-D Hole in the Woods Road Res: Clarksville, DE Cell: Home Club: Lord Baltimore PDG Larry Burton, Vice-Chair (PCS Pam) 22-A 3175 Deths Ford Road Res: Clarksville, DE Bus: Home Club: Darlington Lions Youth Foundation (LYF) of Multiple District 22 PDG Joe Schanno, Chair (Jo-Anna) 22-B Blackade Lane Unit 106 Cell: Berlin MD Home Club: Ocean City MD-22 Convention Chair Ocean City, MD May 2018 PDG Michael Bigler (Lion Donna) 22-C 809 Balboa Drive Res: Silver Spring, MD Cell: Home Club: Takoma Park 104

105 MD 22 COMMITTEE CHAIRS & COORDINATORS MD-22 Convention Vice-Chair PDG Mary Lee Phillips 22-D Zachary Taylor Court Res: Millsboro, DE Cell: (text only) Home Club: Millsboro MD-22 Convention Treasurer PDG Andy De Mario Sr. (Lion Margaret) 22-W 2809 DeMario Drive Res: Manchester, MD Home Club: Lineboro-Manchester MD-22 Convention Multiple District Banquet PDG Dalton L. Dal Mann 22-B Lyn Oaks Drive Res: Preston, MD Cell: Home Club: Hurlock Public Relations Co-Coordinator PDG Dalton L. Dal Mann 22-B Lyn Oaks Drive Res: Preston, MD Cell: Home Club: Hurlock Public Relations Co-Coordinator PDG Joe Schanno (Jo-Anna) 22-B Blockade Lane Unit 106 Cell: Berlin, MD Home Club: Ocean City Records Retention PDG Sandi Halterman (Lion Bill) 22-C St. Thomas Church Rd. Cell: Upper Marlboro, MD Home Club: Gateway 105

106 MD 22 COMMITTEE CHAIRS & COORDINATORS Research & Long Range Planning PID Joseph Joe Gaffigan (Lion Eileen) 22-C 1346 Crockett Lane Res: Silver Spring, MD Bus: Home Club: Suburban USA/Canada Forum Coordinator 2017 PDG Larry Burton (Lion Pam) 22-A 3175 Deths Ford Road Res: Darlington, MD Bus: Cell: Home Club: Darlington USA/Canada Forum Coordinator 2018 PDG Joseph Joe Schanno (Jo-Anna) 22-B Blockade Lane Unit 106 Cell: Berlin, MD Home Club: Ocean City Vehicle Tag Coordinator (Maryland) Joe Livingston 22-A PO Box 84 Res: Fallston, MD Home Club: Fallston Vehicle Tag Coordinator (Delaware) PCT Bruce Marvel (Roylene) 22-D 521 N. West Street Res: Dover, DE Cell: Home Club: Dover Youth Outreach Coordinator IPDG Brian Cox (PCS Susan) 22-W PO Box 65 Cell: Keymar, MD Home Club: Terra Rubra 106

107 MD 22 LIONS YOUTH FOUNDATION PDG Joseph Joe Schanno, Chair (Jo-Anna) 22-B Blockade Lane Unit 106 Cell: Berlin, MD Home Club: Ocean City CC Dave Studley, Vice-Chair (Lion Ginny) 22-B Norris Twilley Rd Res: Delmar MD Cell: Home Club: Sharptown PDG Sandi Halterman, Secretary (Lion Bill) 22-C St. Thomas Church Rd. Cell: Upper Marlboro, MD Home Club: Gateway Robert Bob Hayward, Treasurer (Betsy) 22-C Monterey Place Res: Leonardtown, MD Bus: Home Club: Lexington Park 22-W TRUSTEES PDG Gary Buck Fisher 22-W (3/3) 9012 Hawbottom Road Cell: Middletown, MD Home Club: Middletown Larry Stambaugh (Lion Shelbe) 22-W (2/3) 7135 Keysville Road Cell: Keymar, MD Home Club: Terra Rubra IPDG Brian Cox (PCS Susan) 22-W (1/3) PO Box 65 Cell: Keymar, MD Home Club: Terra Rubra 107

108 LIONS VISION RESEARCH FOUNDATION, INC. Lions Vision Research Foundation, Inc. (LVRF) PO Box 1714 Bus: Baltimore, MD (Messages only, calls returned) Administrative Assistant: PDG Susan Timmons Website: OFFICERS PDG Karl Gude, Chair (Lion Anne) 22-D Hole in the Woods Road Res: Ocean View, DE Cell: Home Club: Lord Baltimore PDG Larry Burton, Vice Chair 22-A 3175 Deths Ford Road Res: Darlington, DE Bus: Home Club: Darlington PDG Dalton Dal Mann, Secretary 22-B Lyn Oaks Drive Res: Preston, MD Cell: Fax: Home Club: Hurlock PDG Mary Lee Phillips, Treasurer 22-D Zachary Taylor Court Res: Millsboro, DE Cell: (text only) Home Club: Millsboro DISTRICT 22-W BOARD MEMBERS DG Susan Bonura (Lion Martin) 1743 Deer Park Rd Cell: Finksburg, MD Home Club: South Carroll Lioness Lions Rodney Timmons (PDG Susan) (3/3) 724 Pensinger Road Res: Greencastle, PA Cell: Home Club: Longmeadow PDG Steve Finger (Debra) (2/3) 206 Forest Drive Res: LaVale, MD Home Club: LaVale Sandy Parker (1/3) PO Box 785 Res: Keyser, WV Cell: Bus: , ext Home Club: Lonaconing 108

109 LIONS SAVING KIDS SIGHT FOUNDATION OF MULTIPLE DISTRICT 22 Dr. Joe Irr, Foundation Chair (Mickey) 22-B Swan Town Creek Rd. Res: Galena, MD Cell: Home Club: Galena Ron Kafchinski, Secretary (Linda) 22-W 799 Irongate Circle Res: Sykesville, MD Cell: Home Club: Deer Park PDG Don Beeson, Treasurer (Lion Luanna) 22-C 4435 Morningwood Drive Res: Olney, MD Cell: Home Club: Olney MULTIPLE DISTRICT TRUSTEES PDG Doug DeWitt (Mary-Ellen) 22-A 725 Fox Bow Drive Cell: Bel Air, MD Home Club: Bel Air PDG Ben Cassell (Nanette) 22-B 78 Gardenia Boulevard Res: Greenwood, DE Cell: Home Club: Kent Island PDG Gary L. Burdette (Jan) 22-C Mount Ephraim Road Res: Dickerson, MD Cell: Home Club: Monocacy PID Richard Liebno (Lion Grace) 22-W 115 Rockland Road Res: Westminster, MD Home Cub: Deer Park 109

110 MULTIPLE DISTRICT SOCIALS 22-W October 7, 2017 Martin s Wesrtminster 140 Village Shopping Center 505 Jermor Lane Westminster, MD A November 4, 2017 Horseshoe Casino Baltimore 1525 Russell Street Baltimore, MD D December 2, 2017 Harrington Raceway & Casino Gold Room S. Dupont Hwy Harrington, DE B March 3, 2018 The Milestone 9630 Technology Drive Easton, MD C April 21, 2018 Comfort Inn 4500 Crain Highway Bowie, MD MID-WINTER CONFERENCE February 2018 Date & Location to be determined 110

111 2018 INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION Las Vegas MGM Grand Hotel June 29-July 3, 2018 International Convention Chair PDG Chuck Egender (Lion Pat) 22-A 613 Hartwood Lane Res: Edgewood, MD Cell: Home Club: Bel Air International Convention Vice-Chair Carol Schoonover (PCC John) 22-B 105 Acorn Drive Res: Chestertown, MD Cell: Home Club: Salisbury Metro MULTIPLE DISTRICT 22 CONVENTION Ocean City, Maryland May 7-10, 2018 MD-22 Convention Chair PDG Michael Bigler (Lion Donna) 22-C 809 Balboa Drive Res: Silver Spring, MD Cell: Home Club: Takoma Park MD-22 Convention Vice-Chair PDG Mary Lee Phillips 22-D Zachary Taylor Ct Res: Millsboro, DE Cell: (text only) Home Club: Millsboro MD-22 Convention Treasurer PDG Andy De Mario Sr. (Lion Margaret) 22-W 2809 DeMario Drive Res: Manchester, MD Home Club: Lineboro-Manchester 111

112 District 22-W Awards DISTRICT 22-W HONOR ROLL The District 22-W Honor Roll Award recognizes Lions and Lionesses who have rendered outstanding service to their clubs and their communities at the grass roots level over an extended period of time, who exemplify the spirit of Lionism through their unselfish dedication and who are deserving of District-wide recognition for their efforts in support of Lionism. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA Lions and Lionesses who have been members for at least five years are eligible for nomination to the Honor Roll. The current Cabinet Secretary, Cabinet Treasurer and Club Presidents are not eligible and may not be nominated. Past District Governors will become eligible five years after their term as District Governor. NOMINATION PROCEDURE Each club may nominate one member per year. In addition, the District Governor may submit two nominations, none of whom may be members of his/her club. Nominations are to be in writing, signed by the nominee s Club President or Secretary, or the District Governor, and shall list the reasons the nominee is considered deserving of the award by providing a detailed description of the nominee s service and activities in support of Lionism. Nominations may be made at any time during the Lions year, but must be submitted to the First Vice District Governor by or US mail postmarked no later than April 15th. SELECTION PROCEDURE Award recipients shall be selected from among the nominees by a committee chaired by the First Vice District Governor and consisting of the Second Vice District Governor, Cabinet Secretary, Cabinet Treasurer and the nominee s Zone Chair. The committee may select up to ten recipients per year. The final selection of the recipients will be based solely on the above eligibility criteria and only what is submitted on the nomination form. AWARD PRESENTATION Honor Roll Award recipients will be announced by the First Vice District Governor at the District Luncheon during the Multiple District Convention. The names of all recipients, and their clubs, shall be inscribed on a master plaque which will be updated each year and 112

113 DISTRICT 22-W HONOR ROLL (Continued) displayed at the convention. Each recipient will receive a certificate signed by the District Governor. DISTRICT GOVERNOR S MEDAL OF COMMENDATION The District Governor s Medal of Commendation will be awarded by the District Governor to individuals (Lions, Lionesses, LEOs and non-lions) who have demonstrated performance above and beyond what is normally expected during the operation of the club, a club project or a special event or occurrence. Nominations for this award will be made, in writing, either by letter or directly to the District Governor stating the name of the individual nominated for the award and will include the date(s) and location of the event, project or occurrence and a short description of why the individual believes a District Governor s Medal should be awarded. The decision on the issuance of the commendation will rest solely with the District Governor. Presentation will be made by the District Governor or a Cabinet officer designated by the District Governor at an appropriate meeting or ceremony. CLUB AWARDS All club awards run from July 1, 2017 to June 30, Specified objectives must be met to qualify for the award. Awards will be presented at the Change of Banner and Awards Night. To receive any of the awards listed below, the Club Secretary must verify and attest to the eligibility for receiving the award and submit this confirmation to the District Awards Coordinator, Lion Linda Smith, no later than July 2,

114 LIONS/LIONESS AWARDS* (*The Lioness Club shall submit reports directly to the District Governor and to the District Awards Coordinator) Club Excellence Award To receive this award, notice of participation, sponsorship or contributions regarding the below defined objectives must be submitted by the Club Secretary to the District Awards Coordinator, Lion Linda Smith, no later than July 2, 2018, with confirmation of eligibility. 1. The club has complied with the association s constitution and by-laws as well as the policies of the International Board of Directors, and has refrained from any action encouraging unauthorized uses of the name, goodwill, emblem, the marks Lions, Lions Club, Lioness, Leo, Lions International or Lions Clubs International and other insignias of this association. 2. The club will conduct a Friendship Night or new member event to introduce prospective new members to Lionism. 3. The club must achieve a net gain of TWO new members for the year based on the members on record starting July 1, 2017 and ending June 30, At least three members of the club attend each Regionwide or Zone meeting held in the club s zone during the year. 5. At least two members of the club attend any two Cabinet meetings. 6. At least two members of the club attend the following: a. Vision Conservation Event (combined White Cane/LVRF Vision Days program). b. LCIF/Melvin Jones Brunch c. The District 22-W Social d. The Multiple District Convention held in May 2018 e. The Change of Banner and Awards Night 7. The club s International dues are paid no later than September 15, 2017, and February 15, The club s District dues are paid no later than October 15, 2017 and March 15, The club holds a Vision Days event and contributes $100 or more to the Lions Vision Research Foundation (LVRF). 10. The club contributes $100 or more to the following: a. Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) b. The Lions Youth Foundation (LYF) c. The District 22W Foundation d. Leader Dogs for the Blind 114

115 Club Excellence Award (Continued) 11. The club completes one project in each of the five service areas: Environment, Hunger, Vision, Pediatric Cancer and Diabetes as reported in MyLCI between July 1, 2017 and June 30, The club holds a White Cane event and contributes $100 or more to the Medical Eye Bank of Maryland. 13. The club completes a project or contributes $100 or more to pediatric cancer awareness or research. 14. The club assists an individual in their community with a hearing aid, holds a hearing screening in their community or collects used hearing aids for recycling as reported in MYLCI between July 1, 2017 and June 30, The club achieves any five (5) of the following between July1, 2017 and June 30, 2018: a. The club contributes $100 or more to the Lions Saving Kids Sight Foundation b. The club contributes $100 or more to District 22W Diabetes Awareness c. The club contributes $100 or more to District 22W designated for diabetic camperships. d. The club contributes $100 or more to the District 22W Mobile Screening van. e. The club contributes $100 or more to the Lions Quest Program. f. The club participates in the District 22W Reading Action program, donating at least $100 in books, or monetary donations towards the purchase of books, during the year. Books may be given to a library, school, daycare center, etc. g. The club sponsors an entry in the Peace Poster Contest. h. The club sponsors an entry in the American Heritage, Preservation and Patriotism Essay Contest. Club President s Award To receive this award, the Club Secretary must send confirmation of eligibility to the District Awards Coordinator, Lion Linda Smith, no later than July 2, The club has conducted at least one major service activity during the year in at least one of the five service areas: Environment, Hunger, Vision, Pediatric Cancer and Diabetes. 2. The club has conducted a Friendship Night or prospective member event during the year. 115

116 Club President s Award (Continued) 3. The President certified that all new members have been properly indoctrinated, assigned to committees and involved in the work of the club. 4. The President encouraged all new members to attend a District or Club New Member Orientation. 5. The President (or designated substitute) has attended the following Lions meetings during the year: a. The Club Officers Training for Presidents, Secretaries, Treasurers, and Membership Chairs in June The President may complete the Independent Study Presentation/Club President Module found in the Member Center in Upon completion of this independent study, documentation should be forwarded to the District Awards Coordinator. b. All four Zone meetings or Region-wide meetings held during the year in their Zone or Region. c. TWO Cabinet meeting d. One of the Leader Dog banquets e. The Vision Conservation Event (combined White Cane/LVRF Vision Days program) f. The LCIF Melvin Jones Event 6. The Club President has conducted or attended monthly board meetings. 7. The First Vice President has conducted at least one Business or Board meeting during the year. 8. At least four articles have been submitted to the local media (print, cable, radio, television, internet, Facebook, etc) about club fundraisers and/or service projects planned or conducted. Club Secretary Award To receive this award, the Club Secretary must send confirmation of eligibility to the District Awards Coordinator, Lion Linda Smith, no later than July 2, The Club Secretary (or designated substitute) has attended the following Lions meetings during the year: a. The Club Officers Training for Presidents, Secretaries, Treasurers, and Membership Directors in June The Secretary may complete the Independent Study Presentation/Club Secretary Module found in the Member Center in Upon completion of this independent study, documentation should be forwarded to the District Awards Coordinator. 116

117 Club Secretary Award (Continued) b. All Zone meetings or Region-wide meetings held during the year in their Zone or Region. c. TWO Cabinet meetings. d. One of the Leader Dog banquets. e. The Vision Conservation Event (combined White Cane/LVRF Vision Days programs) f. The LCIF Melvin Jones Event 2. Complete Monthly Membership Reports using the MyLCI system by midnight of the last day of the month. 3. Complete the MyLCI Service Activities Report on a monthly, or quarterly, basis in which any activity occurs. No report will be accepted after July 15, Annual Club Officers Report (PU-101) on the MyLCI system must be completed by April 30, All communications from the District and LCI have been forwarded or made available to all club members. 6. Minutes of all board meetings are presented to the board for approval and are available to the full membership for review. Club Treasurer Award To receive this award, the Club Secretary must send confirmation of eligibility to the District Awards Coordinator, Lion Linda Smith no later than July 2, Prepare a club budget and have it approved by the club Board of Directors and the entire club by August 31, Prepare monthly club financial reports with separate accounting and reporting for Administrative, Activities and Foundation accounts (if applicable). 3. Submit IRS Form 990 by November 15, 2017, for the club. 4. If the club has a 501(c)3 Foundation, submit an IRS Form 990 within 5 months of the Foundation s year end. 5. Insure that the club does not have an unpaid balance of $100 or more to Lions Clubs International as of June 30, Insure that the club s International dues are paid no later than September 15, 2017, and February 15, (Lions Clubs only.) 7. Insure that the club s District dues are paid no later than October 15, 2017 and April 1, (Lions Clubs only.) 8. Attend the Club Officers Training for Presidents, Secretaries, Treasurers, and Membership Chairs in 117

118 June The Treasurer may complete the Independent Study Presentation/Club Treasurer Module found in the Member Center in Upon completion of this independent study, documentation should be forwarded to the District Awards Coordinator. Membership Director Award To receive this award, the Club Secretary must send confirmation of eligibility to the District Awards Coordinator, Lion Linda Smith, no later than July 2, Coordinate with the Club President to hold a Friendship Night or prospective member event. 2. Attend the Club Officers Training for Presidents, Secretaries, Treasurers, and Membership Directors in June Insure the orientation of all new members at the club or district level. 4. Utilize the Club or District Mentoring Program with all new members. A copy of the District Mentoring Program can be found on the District 22-W website: 5. The Club achieves a net gain of ONE in membership for the year based on the number of members on the LCI records as of July 1, 2017, and June 30, Insure that the club has a current brochure to hand out to prospective members. Club Newsletter Editor Award To receive this award, the Newsletter Editor will send newsletters to the District personnel listed below. The District Awards Coordinator, Lion Linda Smith will track the clubs monthly newsletters for this award. 1. Issue a Club newsletter on a monthly basis beginning July 1, 2017 to June 30, or mail by the US Postal Service a copy of each newsletter to the following district personnel: a. District Governor b. 1 st Vice District Governor c. 2 nd Vice District Governor d. Cabinet Secretary e. Cabinet Treasurer f. Region Chair (home region only) g. Zone Chair (home zone only) 118

119 h. District Awards Coordinator i. District Newsletter Editor j. District Public Relations & Publicity Chair Club Visitation Award To receive this award, the Club Secretary will send visitation slips to the Zone Chair who will in turn notify the District Awards Coordinator, Lion Linda Smith, no later than June 30, 2018, of clubs eligible to receive this award. 1. Visit all clubs in the Club s region. 2. Visit at least three Clubs in District 22-W outside the club s region. 3. Visit at least one club outside of District 22-W. 4. Lions intending on making a visitation MUST notify the club secretary of the club being visited at least 5 days prior to the meeting. A visitation team shall consist of at least two members. The District Governor, 1 st & 2 nd Vice District Governors and candidates for those offices may not be counted as part of the visitation team unless the visitation is to a club outside of District 22-W. The visitation team must stay for the entire meeting and obtain a signed visitation slip from the visited club s Secretary or President. Visitations may be made at Region/Zone meetings. However, visitation credit may only be awarded by the club hosting the Region or Zone Meeting. In addition, Region Chairs, Zone Chairs, Club Presidents and Club Secretaries (or their designated substitutes) may not be counted in the visitation team, as they are required to be present at Region/Zone meetings. Visitations will be awarded for attendance at District Socials, cabinet meetings, Leader Dog banquets, and the Vision Conservation Event (combined White Cane/LVRF Vision Days Program). The visitation team for these specific events must include at least four members of the club. Only the club hosting the event will be able to issue a visitation slip. Club secretaries should mail visitation slips to their respective zone chairs. The zone chair will notify the District Awards Coordinator, Lion Linda Smith, of all clubs in his/her zone who are eligible for this award. 119

120 : LCI CLUB EXCELLENCE AWARD To qualify, the club must be chartered for 6 or more months prior to the end of the fiscal year, further the objectives of the association, adhere to the association s constitution and by-laws and policies, and meet the requirements noted below during the fiscal year. Clubs should strive to improve membership value and reach new markets; enhance service impact and focus; pursue club, district and organizational excellence; reshape public opinion and improve visibility. These 4 elements are critical to the growth and continued programs of any Lions Club and are the foundation for the CLUB EXCELLENCE AWARD. Criteria: Maintains club membership strength or achieves a net growth in membership OR charters a new Lions club, Leo club or Club Branch Contributes to LCIF Completes three service activities Club is in good standing: Not in status quo or financial suspension. District dues paid and no unpaid balance with LCI greater than $50 outstanding 90 days or more Officers participate in one or more of the following leadership training events: District, Multiple District, International, Webinars and Lions Learning Center Improved club operations The club has publicized its service activities through local media or social media OR the club utilized social media to promote club activities Qualifying clubs receive a banner patch and the club presidents receive a pin to recognize their accomplishment. For more information, and to download an award application, go to the wwwlionsclubs.org and type Excellence Awards into the search box. 22W FEED THE HUNGRY PROGRAM To receive this award, the Club Secretary must send confirmation of eligibility to the District Awards Coordinator, Lion Linda Smith, no later than July 2, Collect and donate to a local food bank and/or individual needy families at least 12 food items per member for the year based on the club s membership as of July 1,

121 22W FEED THE HUNGRY PROGRAM (Continued) 2. Items may be purchased or collected at fundraising events from the attendees. 3. Clubs may make monetary donations, with $1.00 equal to one food item. 4. Report the total number of food items or monetary donations on a monthly basis to the District Awards Coordinator. 22-W Reading Action Program To receive this award, the Club Secretary must send confirmation of eligibility to the District Awards Coordinator, Lion Linda Smith, on a quarterly basis and no later than July 2, Clubs provide direct service by supporting literacy projects for adults or children i.e reading books to children, donating books to preschools etc. Clubs donate at least $100 in books, or monetary donations towards the purchase of books during the year for a library, school, daycare center, etc. Please report these donations to the District Awards Coordinator, Lion Linda Smith, on a quarterly basis. Qualifying clubs will receive a banner patch at the end of the year. Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) Award To receive this award, the Club Secretary must send confirmation of eligibility to the District Awards Coordinator, Lion Linda Smith, no later than July 2, The club donates $ or more to LCIF. (Does not include personal donations) 2. At least 50% of the club members participate in the District 22-W $50.00 Contributing Member Challenge by making a minimum $50.00 personal donation to LCIF. 3. At least two of the Melvin Jones Fellows in the club attend the Melvin Jones Brunch on October 28, The club appoints a club LCIF chairman. 121

122 Lions Vision Research Foundation (LVRF) Award To receive this award, the Club Secretary must send confirmation of eligibility to the District Awards Coordinator, Lion Linda Smith, no later than July 2, The club donates $26.00 per member, or more, to LVRF. This can include club donations, Vision Days collections, memorials, 120 pins, Aim for Sight support or individual donations. 2. The club assigns a designated LOVRNET representative to assist the Sustainability Committee. 3. At least one club member participates in LOVRNET as a Patient Interviewer. 4. At least one club member participates in LOVRNET as a Direct Services Volunteer. 5. At least one club member attends the Vision Conservation Event (Combined White Cane/LVRF Vision Days Program) on March 31, The club contributes to the Low Vision Fellow Endowment Fund. 7. The club holds a Vision Days collection event. LEO AWARDS LEO Club Excellence Award To receive this award, the Club Advisor will send confirmation of eligibility to the District LEO Chair no later than June 15, Each district may nominate only one Leo club for this award per fiscal year. The nomination must be made by the District Governor and endorsed by the District Leo Club Chairperson. Application form (Leo105) will be made available to each District Governor. This form is to be completed by the District Governor and endorsed by the District Leo Club Chairperson. It should be submitted along with a detailed written report of the nominated Leo club. Leo clubs considered for this prestigious award must have demonstrated superior performance in the following five areas: 1. Serving others 2. Developing and executing creative fundraisers 3. Exercising effective leadership 4. Enhancing the public image of Leo clubs 5. Completing administrative operations 122

123 A detailed written report along with the completed application form must be received by the Leo Club Program Dept. at Lions Clubs International no later than August 15, % Leo Club President Award This award should be presented at the end of the fiscal year to the Leo club president if he/she has met the following criteria: 1. The Leo club shall comply with the Standard Leo Club Constitution and By-Laws and the policies of the International Board of Directors. 2. The Leo club shall show a net increase in active membership for the fiscal year. Or, the Leo club president must have personally sponsored one or more new members into the Leo club prior to the end of the fiscal year. 3. The Leo club must have conducted at least one major service activity and at least one major fundraising project with substantial membership participation or a joint community project with the sponsoring Lions club. 4. The Leo club must have reported projects and activities via MyLCI. 5. New club officers must have been reported to the Leo Club Program Dept. on the Annual Membership Report form or via MyLCI by July The Leo club president must certify that all new members have been properly indoctrinated and assigned to a working activity or service committee. 7. The Leo club president must have been recommended by the Leo club advisor to the sponsoring Lions club president, who shall certify that the Leo club president has met all the requirements therefore. Certificates are sent to the sponsoring Lions club presidents in April. This certificate may be awarded by the Leo club advisor with the approval of the sponsoring Lions club president. Leo of the Year Award This award is available to any current Leo club member who is in good standing, meets membership age requirements as provided in the Standard Leo Club Constitution and By-Laws and is not a previous recipient of the award. Leos considered for this prestigious award must have: demonstrated outstanding leadership skills; achieved a superior record as a Leo in implementing successful service projects; made an identifiable contribution to the development and growth of the Leo Club Program; achieved distinction in community or school activities outside of Leo club commitments; and 123

124 LEO OF THE YEAR AWARD (Continued) demonstrated high ethical standards and personal integrity. Each Multiple District Council of Governors may nominate only one Leo annually from a Leo club that is sponsored by a Lions club within the multiple district. The nomination must be submitted on the application form (LOY). The application must be signed by the Multiple District Council Chairperson. This application must be received at Lions Club International, Leo Club Program Dept. no later than April 1, Leo Club Advisor Outstanding Service Award This award recognizes Leo club advisors who have demonstrated outstanding service in guiding and developing their Leo club. The award should be presented at the end of the fiscal year by the sponsoring Lions club president to the Leo club advisor if he/she has met the following criteria: The Leo club must have complied with the Standard Leo Club Constitution and the policies of Lions Clubs International and refrained from any action encouraging unauthorized use of the name, goodwill, emblem or insignias of the association. In addition, the Advisor must have: prepared and implemented an on-going leadership development program for members of the Leo club and guided Leo club officers in fulfilling their leadership functions actively assisted the Leo club in conducting major service and fundraising projects. regularly attended Leo club meetings, fostered a healthy rapport and communication between the Leos and the sponsoring Lions club and kept Lions club members informed on the status and progress of the Leo club through regular reports. Motivated Leo club members to be service-minded and to promote fellowship. promoted the Leo club's participation in district activities or in activities with other Leo clubs. demonstrated the ability to listen to young people, identify their needs and interests, and give constructive advice and encouragement. Certificates are sent to sponsoring Lions club presidents in February. 124

125 CONTRIBUTIONS Checks to the following should be made out to the specific fund and sent to committee chairs for proper credit for your club and also the District. The District Chair will forward the donation to the recipient. (Checks sent directly to Camp Merrick will go to the camp operating fund, not to camperships.) 1. Lions Vision Research Foundation Lions Vision Research Foundation (LVRF) PO Box 1714 Baltimore, MD Checks should be made payable to LVRF. Memo line of check should include designation i.e. Operating Fund or Fellowship Endowment.This check can be presented at the Vision Event in March. Donation form is available at LVRF website: LCIF for District 22-W PDG Kent Eitemiller 7202 Patton Drive Woodbine, MD Checks should be made payable to LCIF, (Complete LCIF Form-42M). Check memo area should include a notation as to whether the donation is designated toward a Melvin Jones Fellowship. Checks can be given at the annual Melvin Jones banquet, mailed directly to LCIF or given to PDG Eitemiller any time during the year. 3. Diabetes Awareness Lion Donna Jackman 659 Trefalgar Drive Hagerstown, MD American Diabetics Association (for research) this includes Kiss a Pig. Make all diabetes checks payable to Lions District 22-W. (Check memo area should include wording such as Campership at Camp Merrick for diabetic children, diabetes awareness, memorial fund, diabetes walk or kiss a pig.) (Funds for camperships must go through the chair for children in this district to receive the donated funds.) 4. Hearing Preservtion, Awareness and Action Program Gary Buchman, Cabinet Treasurer 1449 Streaker Road Sykesville, MD Checks for District 22-W for the Hearing Program should be made payable to Lions District 22-W. 5. Leader Dog Program Gary Buchman, Cabinet Treasurer 1449 Streaker Road Sykesville, MD

126 CONTRIBUTIONS (Continued) Checks should be made payable to Lions District 22- W. This check can be presented at the Leader Dog banquet in April. 6. White Cane Program Gary Buchman, Cabinet Treasurer 1449 Streaker Road Sykesville, MD Checks should be made payable to Keralink Mid- Atlantic. This check can be presented at the Vision Event in March. 7. Lions Saving Kids Sight Program (LSKS) Gary Buchman, Cabinet Treasurer 1449 Streaker Road Sykesville, MD Checks should be made payable to Lions Saving Kids Sight Program (LSKS). 8. Lions Quest Program Gary Buchman, Cabinet Treasurer 1449 Streaker Road Sykesville, MD Checks should be made payable to Lions District 22- W Lions Quest Program. 9. Lions Youth Foundation of MD-22, Inc. Gary Buchman, Cabinet Treasurer 1449 Streaker Road Sykesville, MD Checks should be made payable to Lions Youth Foundation, Inc. and marked fellowships or donation W Mobile Screening Unit Gary Buchman, Cabinet Treasurer 1449 Streaker Road Sykesville, MD Checks should be made payable to Lions District 22- W. 11. District 22W Foundation Gary Buchman, Cabinet Treasurer 1449 Streaker Road Sykesville, MD Checks should be made payable to Lions District 22- W. 126

127 Turning In Used Eyeglasses Lions District 22-W All Clubs are encouraged to continue, or begin, collecting used eyeglasses. Here is what you need to know: WHAT TO TURN IN Only complete unbroken, reusable eyeglasses and sunglasses (frames with lenses in them) Reading glasses Single-vision-lens glasses Bifocals Trifocals Prescription sunglasses Non-prescription sunglasses Eyeglass cases Lenses not in frames and glasses with broken frames/lenses are unusable. Do NOT turn them in. Exception: new frames can be turned in (frames without lenses and/or demo frames with blank/unground lenses) DELIVER COLLECTED GLASSES Eyeglasses Drop Off Region III Robert Bob Martin 6588 Robin Song Res: Columbia, MD Cell: Home Club: Myersville Eyeglasses Drop Off Regions I and II Elwood E. Glass (Janet) 14 Mountain View Lane Res: LaVale, MD Home Club: LaVale Eyeglasses Drop Off Region IV Gary Peltier (Lion Viki) 3998 Benrose Lane Res: Sykesville, MD Home Club: Freedom District REPORT WHAT YOUR CLUB COLLECTS The number of eyeglasses collected should be reported by club secretaries to the District in their monthly Service Activity Reports. 127

128 ALERT in a Nutshell What should Lions do in the event of a disaster? This plan of action will be useful for any disaster whether natural or manmade where two or more clubs are likely to be asked to respond. 1. Lions take care of your family first! Are they in a safe place? Is anyone injured? Do they have shelter, food, and water? 2. Lions take care of your club members! When a local incident occurs, use your internal ALERT phone tree to verify that all members are accounted for. You can ask the same questions you have asked your family. 3. Unless you are a trained first responder or suddenly find yourself at the scene of an incident, do not respond directly to the scene of the disaster. Our role is to respond as a coordinated team with the backing of the local disaster relief organizations, the community, and the governmental authorities. Volunteers should be screened, trained, assigned a task and location, and given a person to report to. All volunteers should be logged in regarding their duties, role, place of work, and hours of work. a. Watch and listen to local TV and radio announcements that may indicate where volunteers are being screened. b. Call your County Volunteer Coordinator or Red Cross Response Team to get this staging information. (You have been working with them before the disaster occurred, haven t you?) c. Call your Lions ALERT County Coordinator that is listed in the District ALERT POC listing for this information (contact Chair Myron Horn for this information). 4. As the scope of the incident increases, more Lions may need to get involved. a. Local ALERT chairs should contact nearby clubs and the ALERT County Coordinator when requesting help. b. County Coordinators should make sure all local clubs have been notified and notify adjoining County Coordinators. c. If a full District response is likely to be required, notify District ALERT Coordinator and District Governor. 128

129 ALERT (Continued) 5. If an LCIF Grant is required, the District Governor must make the request. The District Treasurer must arrange funds transfer and track how funds are used. The District Secretary will record the clubs involved, the hours worked, and the services performed. The District ALERT Coordinator will assist the Secretary in completing an After Action Report. CLUB SAFETY OFFICER Every club should have a safety officer whose job it is to improve the safety of each Club event. The Safety Officer should inspect the event site in order to identify and correct possible safety concerns. Although not a complete list, here are some common things the safety officer should be looking out for: Adequate lighting inside and outside of the event site. Overloaded electrical circuits Loose or misaligned equipment Equipment not properly maintained Dull blades Trip hazards Loose or non-existent traction pads on steps or ramps Overhead hazards Supplies or equipment stacked too high Presence of first aid kit and fire extinguisher Improperly marked exit signs Presence and use of personal protective equipment (goggles, hearing protection, fluorescent traffic vests, etc.) No matter how good the safety inspection, things happen. When something happens that injures a Lion, a guest, or a private citizen, provide immediate first aid and assistance. If there is any doubt at all, call The experts can decide if the victim needs to be transported. Any incident where additional medical treatment is likely should be reported to the District Governor and to LCI. The LCI carries insurance that should be in effect for any Lions sponsored event. Provide evidence of automatic insurance coverage from Lions International for your events. Lions can produce their own Certificate of Insurance through the following: center/resources/insurance/index.php. 129

130 DISTRICT ACTIVITIES Below is a list of District activities in which your club is encouraged to participate. See the Club Excellence Award on pages If you have any questions on an individual activity, please contact the district chairperson. They will help you implement these programs and answer your questions. ALERT Program/Disaster Relief American Heritage, Preservation and Patriotism Essay Contest Cabinet Meetings Camperships for Diabetic and/or Blind Children at Camp Merrick Centennial Service Challenge areas: Environment, Hunger, Vision, Youth and Diabetes Change of Banner and Awards Night Club Excellence Process Club Officer Training Community Heroes Recognition (local teachers, firefighters, police officers, health care providers and others) Community Legacy Projects Diabetes Awareness (Kiss-A-Pig, Step Out Walk, Strides Walk, golf tournament or other diabetes event/fundraiser) District 22W Foundation District Social in October Drug Awareness and Prevention Programs Environmental Program or Project Eyeglass and Hearing Aid Recycling Hearing Preservation, Awareness and Action Program Feed the Hungry Project Friendship Night/New Member Event Increase visibility through Lions shirts, badges and Lions pins, and road signs Leader Dogs for the Blind Leo Clubs Lions Clubs International Convention Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) Lions Clubs International Foundation Contributing Member Participation Liond Clubs International Global Service Action Campaigns Lions

131 Lions Quest Lions Saving Kids Sight Foundation Lions Vision Research Foundation (LVRF) Lions Youth Foundation (LYF) LOVRNET Direct Services Providers LOVRNET Interviewers MD-22 Regional Lions Institute Medical Eye Bank of Maryland Mobile Screening Unit Multiple District Convention New Member Orientation and Mentoring Peace Poster Contest Pediatric Cancer Awareness or Research Reading Action Program USA/Canada Leadership Forum Vehicle Tags Vision Conservation Event (combined White Cane/LVRF Vision Days Banquets) Vision Days events for LVRF Zone or Region-wide meetings White Cane events for the Medical Eye Bank of Maryland 131

132 PROTOCOL Official Protocol Protocol is an official expression of good manners. The courtesy we show each other in our everyday lives affects our attitudes, our work and, in turn, how we view ourselves as human beings. Protocol means respect for position. It is a form of etiquette. Protocol is nothing more than exhibiting GOOD MANNERS to an invited guest of your District or Club. Order of Precedence The following is the official protocol policy of the International Association of Lions Clubs. Only the principal speaker is required to acknowledge all dignitaries present. Lions shall be recognized in the following order: International President Immediate Past International President/LCIF Chairperson International Vice President (according to rank) Past International President International Director (Board Appointee) LCIF Board of Trustees Past International Directors GLT/GMT International Coordinators, Family and Women International Coordinator GLT/GMT Constitutional Area Leader LCIF Area and Regional Coordinators, FWC/GLT/GMT Area Leaders and Special Area Advisors/Japan Vice Constitutional Area Leaders Chairperson, Council of Governors District Governors International Administrative Officers/Constitutional Area Executive Staff Immediate Past Council Chairperson Past Council Chairpersons Multiple District FWC/GLT/GMT and LCIF Coordinators Immediate Past District Governor Vice District Governors (according to rank) Multiple District Committee Chairpersons Past District Governors Multiple District Secretary Multiple District Treasurer District 22W Cabinet Secretary District 22W Cabinet Treasurer District FWC/GLT/GMT and LCIF Coordinators Region Chairperson Zone Chairperson District Committee Chairperson Club Presidents Immediate Past Club Presidents Club Past Presidents Club Secretaries Club Treasurers 132

133 PROTOCOL (Continued) General Comments When a Lion holds more than one title, he or she shall be recognized for the highest one. In areas that have positions in addition to those previously listed, they should be recognized in accordance with local customs, provided that elected officers always have precedence over appointed ones. It is recommended that Melvin Jones Fellows be recognized as a group. In introducing speakers, their status as Fellows should be mentioned. Non-Lion Dignitaries Non-Lion dignitaries should be given precedence in accordance with local protocol and/or custom, keeping in mind that if the non-lion is the principal speaker, then he or she should be seated to the right of the chairman. Head Table Seating The presiding officer or meeting chair must always be seated at the most central seat at the table when there is no central podium, shown as seat number one in the following diagram (Figure 1). The principal speaker should occupy seat number two, then other Lion dignitaries in accordance with the general order of precedence. If possible, there should be the same number of seats to the right and left of the chair or presiding officer (who would normally be the Club President, District Governor, Council Chair or International President). Figure 1 (Audience) As shown in Figure 2, seating at the head table with a podium is essentially the same, except the meeting chair or presiding officer is always seated at the left of the podium (facing the audience) and the principal speaker at the right. Figure 2 (Audience) Podium When spouses are present, they should be seated to the member s left when on the left side of the table, and to the member s right when seated on the right side of the table. 133

134 PROTOCOL (Continued) Multi-Head Tables If there is more than one head table, the table at the highest level shall be considered the primary one. Care should be taken not to sit Lions of the same rank at different tables. Head Table Introductions Introduction of the head table should begin with the meeting chairman or presiding officer and then continue from the person with the lowest rank on the order of precedence to the person with the highest. When spouses are present at the head table, they should be introduced with the member (e.g. Past International Director John Doe and his wife Jane ). ETIQUETTE FOR LIONS 1. Be professional. Use the addresses of Lions for Lions business only. (No jokes, stories, political or religious messages.) 2. Include your name and club name in your response. There are hundreds of Lions in our district and everyone does not always recognize your address. 3. Do not use the reply all feature unless the response is applicable to everyone who was copied on the original message. 4. Respond in a timely fashion; usually within hours. If you need more time to formulate a complete response, send a reply indicating this so that the sender knows you have received the message and are working on the issue. 5. If you or your club have had problems with phishing scams, please go to the link below. Learn how to protect yourself, your Lions club and the Association from phishing

135 OFFICIAL VISIT OF DISTRICT GOVERNOR Your District Governor is required by Lions Clubs International to make at least one official visit to every club within the District. In most cases the District Governor is the highest ranking officer of Lions Clubs International to visit the Club during the year. On the occasion of the Official Visit, certain procedures or protocol should be followed: 1. Do not schedule other programs during this visit. 2. Publicize your Governor s visit. 3. Have your attendance committee strive to secure excellent attendance at this meeting. 4. Encourage all members to wear their Lions Club name badges. 5. Have your District Governor properly introduced to each Lion and Lioness. Usually the President or Master of Ceremonies should do this. The Cabinet Secretary, or other District Officer, will provide the official introduction of the District Governor during the meeting 6. When the Governor is introduced, the Club members should stand, and in like-manner, should also stand at the conclusion of the talk. 7. A brief Board of Directors meeting should be scheduled following the regular meeting. This is the appropriate time for members to ask questions and participate in a discussion with the Governor. Accordingly, full attendance by the Board is appreciated, as well as attendance by all other interested members of the Club. To permit the Governor to be able to respond and offer the best possible attendance, it would be appreciated if special problems or questions are made known to the Governor well in advance of the visit. 8. Your District Governor welcomes suggestions for improvements in the District. 135

136 FUTURE DATES OF INTEREST Multiple District 22 Conventions 2018 May 7-10 Ocean City, Maryland 2019 May Ocean City, Maryland 2020 May Ocean City, Maryland International Conventions 2018 June 29-July 3 Las Vegas, Nevada MGM Grand Hotel 2019 July 5 9 Milan, Italy USA/Canada Forums 2017 September Portland, Oregon 2018 September Columbus, Ohio 2019 September Spokane, Washington 22-W Cabinet Meetings Saturday, August 26, 2017 Saturday, November 11, 2017 Saturday January 27, 2018 Saturday, April 7, W Leader Dog Banquets Monday, April 23, 2018 Tuesday, April 24, 2018 Wednesday, April 25, 2018 Thursday, April 26, 2018 Region I Region II Region III Region IV Region I Region II Region III Region IV MD 22 LVRF Board Meetings Saturday, July 15, 2017 Saturday, September 16, 2017 Saturday, November 18, 2017 (Rally) Saturday, January 20, 2018 Saturday, March 17, 2018 May 2018 * At Convention (May 7-10) MD 22 Lions Youth Foundation Meetings Meetings 10 a.m., Annapolis Elks Lodge #622 2 Pythian Drive, Edgewater, MD Saturday, July 22, 2017 (Initial retreat) Saturday, September 9, 2017 Saturday, October 28, 2017 Saturday, January 13, 2018 Saturday, March 10, 2018 Thursday, May 10, 2018 (MD 22 Convention) 136

137 FUTURE DATES OF INTEREST (Continued) July 29, 2017 Change of Banner Terra Rubra Lions Ball Park 6300 Middleburg Road, Keymar, Maryland August 12, 2017 Multiple District Turnover Meeting September 21-23, 2017 USA/Canada Forum Portland, Oregon September 23, 2017 LVRF Golf Event, Region I September 30, 2017 LVRF Aim for Sight Sporting Clay Shoot at the Mayberry Archery and Gun Club, Westminster, MD October 7, 2017 District 22-W Social Martin s Westminster 505 Jermor Ln; Westminster, MD October 14, 2017 LVRF Aim for Sight Sporting Clay Shoot Oakland Rd; Henderson, MD October 28, 2017 Melvin Jones Fellow Brunch November 4, 2017 District 22-A Social Horseshoe Casino Baltimore; 1525 Russell St; Balto, MD November 15, 2017 IRS Form 990 Due December 2, 2017 LYF Fundraiser at Terra Rubra December 2, 2017 District 22-D Social Harrington Casino-Gold Room; Harrington DE January 13 Melvin Jones (b. 1879) Birthday February 2018 Mid-Winter Conference March 3, 2018 District 22-B Social The Milestone, 9630 Technology Dr; Easton, MD March 31, 2018 Vision Conservation Event April 21, 2018 District 22-C Social Comfort Inn, 4500 Crain Hwy; Bowie, MD April 23-26, 2018 Leader Dog Banquets April 30, 2018 Club Officer s Report (PU-101) Due May 5, 2018 TWLC Dance for Diabetes May 7-10, 2018 MD-22 Convention Ocean City, Maryland June 1 Helen Keller Day * MD-22 Leadership Institutes will be held during the year with more information to follow 137

138 LIONS CLUBS INTERNATIONAL CODE OF ETHICS TO SHOW my faith in the worthiness of my vocation by industrious application to the end that I may merit a reputation for quality of service. TO SEEK success and to demand all fair remuneration of profit as my just due, but to accept no profit or success at the price of my own self -respect lost because of unfair advantage taken or because of questionable acts on my part. TO REMEMBER that in building up my business it is not necessary to tear down another s; to be loyal to my clients or customers and true to myself. WHENEVER a doubt arises as to the right or ethics of my position or action towards others, to resolve such doubt against myself. TO HOLD friendship as an end and not a means. To hold that true friendship exists not on account of the service performed by one another, but that true friendship demands nothing but accepts service in the spirit in which it is given. ALWAYS to bear in mind my obligations as a citizen to my nation, my state and my community, and to give them my unswerving loyalty in word, act and deed. To give them freely of my time, labor and means. TO AID others by giving my sympathy to those in distress, my aid to the weak, and my substance to the needy. TO BE CAREFUL with my criticism and liberal with my praise; to build up and not destroy. 138

139 LIONS CLUBS INTERNATIONAL PURPOSES TO ORGANIZE charter and supervise service clubs to be known as Lions clubs. TO COORDINATE the activities and standardize the administration of Lions clubs. TO CREATE and foster a spirit of understanding among the peoples of the world. TO PROMOTE the principles of good government and good citizenship. TO TAKE an active interest in the civic, cultural, social and moral welfare of the community. TO UNITE the clubs in the bonds of friendship, good fellowship and mutual understanding. TO PROVIDE a forum for the open discussion of all matters of public interest; provided, however, that partisan politics and sectarian religion shall not be debated by club members. TO ENCOURAGE service-minded people to serve their community without personal financial reward, and to encourage efficiency and promote high ethical standards in commerce, industry, professions, public works and private endeavors. LIONS CLUBS INTERNATIONAL VISION STATEMENT TO BE THE GLOBAL LEADER in communities and humanitarian service. LIONS CLUBS INTERNATIONAL MISSION STATEMENT TO EMPOWER VOLUNTEERS to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions clubs. 139

140 WEB SITES District 22-A District 22-B District 22-C District 22-D District 22-W Multiple District 22 Lions Clubs International Lion Net Leo Net International Convention USA/Canada Lions Leadership Forum Lions Vision Research Foundation Lions Youth Foundation of Multiple District 22 Leader Dog for the Blind Lions Clubs International Foundation Certificate of Insurance cate-insurance.php District Mentoring Program 140

141 WEB Sites 22-W Lions Clubs 4 County Boonsboro Chewsville Clear Spring Cumberland Deep Creek Lake Deer Park Emmitsburg Francis Scott Key Frederick Freedom District Frostburg Frostburg Village Funkstown Glade Valley Grantsville Greater Carroll Hagerstown Hampstead Hancock Kitzmiller LaVale Libertytown-Unionville Lineboro-Manchester Lonaconing Middletown Monocacy Mount Airy Mount Savage Mason Dixon Myersville New Market New Windsor North Branch Oakland Mt. Lake Park Potomac Valley Roaring Run Silver Run-Union Mills Smithsburg South Carroll Taneytown Taylorsville-Winfield Terra Rubra Thurmont Union Bridge Valley Westminster Williamsport Yellow Springs 141

142 District 22-W Dues 1 st Semi- Annual Billing Due on October 15, 2017 District 22-W Administrative Fund $1.75 Multiple District Council Fund 0.65 Multiple District Convention Fund 0.75 International Convention Fund 0.37 International Candidate Fund 0.13 Total $ nd Semi-Annual Billing Due on April 1, 2018 District 22-W Administrative Fund $1.75 Multiple District Council Fund 0.60 Multiple District Convention Fund 0.75 International Convention Fund 0.38 International Candidate Fund 0.12 Total $3.60 Total District 22-W Annual Dues $7.25 Above dues do not include charges for the District 22-W Roster Books. District Dues must be paid by October 15, 2017 and April 1,

143 Lions International Annual Dues $43.00 per Member 1 st Semi-Annual Billing $ nd Semi-Annual Billing $21.50 Total $43.00 Lions who fall into the following categories qualify for one-half International Dues, $21.50 annually: Category 1: Family Plan: The 2 nd, 3 rd, 4 th and 5 th members of the same Lions Club, who are related to the 1 st member and live at the same address. Effective 07/01/13, all new members that join under the Family Plan will continue to get 1/2 price dues; however, they will be required to pay the $35.00 entrance fee to LCI. Category 2: Student Rate: Any Lion who is attending college and is between the ages of Category 3: Leo to Lion Program: Leo s who reach the age of majority can join a Lions Club with no initiation fee and ½ International dues until age 30. International Dues must be paid by September 1, 2017 and March 1, 2018 Entrance Fees There is a single entrance fee of $35 for new members including charter members as of July 1,

144 DISTRICT 22-W LIONS CLUBS MEETING DAYS MONDAYS 1 st /3 rd WEDNESDAYS 1 st /3 rd Clear Spring 6:30 Cumberland (1 st only) 6:00 Kitzmiller 6:30 Lineboro-Manchester 7:00 Lonaconing (3 rd only) 6:15 Roaring Run 7:00 Mason-Dixon 6:30 New Market District 7:00 Terra-Rubra 6:30 West Hagerstown 6:30 MONDAYS 2 nd /4 th WEDNESDAYS 2 nd /4 th Carroll Manor Urbana (2 nd only) 6:45 Boonsboro 6:30 Hancock 6:30 Freedom District 6:59 Harney 6:30 Frostburg 6:00 Middletown 6:30 Funkstown 6:30 Oakland-Mt. Lake Park 6:15 New Windsor 6:29 Taylorsville-Winfield 7:00 Smithsburg 6:30 Thurmont 6:30 4 th Monday Hancock Lioness Lions 5:00 MONDAYS Every Other WEDNESDAYS Every Other North Branch 6:30 FSU Campus 7:00 TUESDAYS Weekly THURSDAYS 1 st /3 rd Hagerstown 12:15 Flintstone 6:30 Frederick 12:00 Glade Valley 6:29 TUESDAYS 1 st /3 rd Grantsville 6:30 Brunswick 6:30 Halfway (3 rd only) 6:30 Chewsville 6:15 Old Town (3 rd only) 6:00 LaVale 6:30 Sharpsburg 7:00 Libertytown-Unionville 7:00 South Carroll (1 st only) 7:00 Potomac Valley 6:30 Monocacy Community 6:45 TUESDAYS 2 nd /4 th THURSDAYS 2 nd /4 th Deep Creek Lake 6:30 Deer Park 7:00 Four County (2 nd only) 6:00 Emmitsburg 6:30 Francis Scott Key 6:30 Friendsville 6:30 Hampstead 6:59 Greater Carroll 6:30 Mount Airy 6:45 Longmeadow 6:30 Taneytown 6:29 Myersville 6:30 Union Bridge 6:29 Silver Run-Union Mills 6:30 Valley 7:00 Westminster 6:30 Yellow Springs 6:30 Williamsport 6:15 TUESDAYS 2 nd Frostburg Village 11:00 DISTRICT 22-W LIONESS CLUB MEETING DAY 1 st Thursday Hagerstown 6:30 144

145 HISTORY Multiple District 22 The 16 th District of Lions Clubs International was organized in 1921 and consisted of the states of New Jersey, New York, Maryland, Delaware and the District of Columbia. Because of rapid growth, it became necessary in 1922 to divide the area New Jersey remained as the 16 th District, New York became District 20, and Maryland, Delaware and D.C. became District 22. The Baltimore club was the first to organize (October 26, 1921) within the boundaries of the present District 22. In 1940, District 22 was divided into Districts 22-A and 22- B. In 1944, District 22-C was organized, followed by Districts 22-D and 22-W in The Frederick club was the first to have organized (June 7, 1922) within the boundaries of the present Sub-District 22-W. Multiple District 22 is divided into the following sub-districts: District 22-A Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Harford and Howard Counties and Baltimore City District 22-B Caroline, Cecil, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne s, Somerset, Talbot, Wicomico and Worchester Counties District 22-C Calvert, Charles, Montgomery, Prince George s, St. Mary s Counties and the District of Columbia District 22-D State of Delaware District 22-W Allegany, Carroll, Frederick, Garrett and Washington Counties 145

146 SUGGESTED CLUB AND BOARD MEETING AGENDAS Regular Meetings 1. Call to Order 2. Pledge of Allegiance 3. One Verse of America 4. Invocation 5. Lions song 6. Introduction of guests 7. (Meal) 8. Program (may precede or follow business portion) 9. Business portion: a. Minutes of previous Board meeting b. Reports of Officers and Committees c. Announcements and correspondence d. Old/unfinished Business e. New Business 10. Adjournment Board Meetings 1. Call to Order 2. Roll call 3. Remarks by President 4. Reading/Approval of minutes of previous Board meeting 5. Correspondence 6. Reports of Officers and Committees 7. Old/Unfinished Business 8. New Business 9. Adjournment A Board meeting should be held at least once a month. All members are welcome to attend but only board members in good standing are permitted to vote on matters brought before the Board. 146

147 CLUB CHARTER NIGHT Charter Night is a special event celebrating the beginning of a new Lions club as well as an annual celebration or birthday for the club. The first task is to appoint a Charter Night chairperson and Charter Night committee. The next task is to select a Charter Night date. For new clubs, this takes place approximately 90 days after the charter approval date. For existing clubs, this takes place at a date during the month in which the charter was originally approved. The next task is the preparation and mailing of Charter Night invitations. The chairperson and his/her committee should confirm attendance, secure entertainment, invite and provide accommodations (if necessary) for the guest speaker, ensure the room is set properly and check that equipment is in working order. It is customary to invite the Lions clubs in your district and those within a reasonable distance. It is also customary to invite the members of the sponsoring club as well as the current district governor, the district governor s spouse or companion and all past district governors within the district (see pages of this roster book for this information). Another task is to design and print a suitable program for the event. Contents of the program typically include: Cover with club name, Charter Night date, event location and the Lions logo (available at name of sponsoring club, list of the charter club officers, directors and members; program agenda; list of people the club wishes to thank; list of club contributions. CHARTER NIGHT CHECKLIST Executive Committee Appoint a charter night chairperson, preferably the immediate past club president Choose a Charter Night date Divide responsibilities among committees Review and approve plans Finance Committee Determine the budget Set the cost of admission Approve expenses Invitations/Entertainment Committee Design and distribute invitations at least 30 days prior to event. Invite prominent community officials and confirm their attendance (Note: If you invite local officials, the club is expected to cover the cost of their attendance. Clubs should be prepared to allow each to present prepared remarks.) Invite guest speakers Arrange travel and accommodations (if necessary) 147

148 CLUB CHARTER NIGHT (Continued) Confirm attendance of members from clubs within the district and the local area Book entertainment and/or keynote speaker Ensure the sound system and equipment is in working order Check that the room is set-up properly Program Committee Set the agenda to include the meeting being called to order by the current club president o The agenda should include an invocation, Pledge of Allegiance, patriotic song and Lions/Lioness/Leo toasts o Follow the protocol for seating at the head table and the introduction of guests (see pages in this roster book) Design and print the program Distribute programs to attendees Include awards and recognition to be made to deserving Lions (such as membership awards, Melvin Jones Fellowship, etc.) Public Relations Send news releases to the local media Contact the media and invite them to the event Arrange for a photographer Charter Presentation Committee (for new clubs) Confirm the district governor has received the charter Plan and practice the charter presentation Charter Re-Certification Ceremony (for existing clubs) Arrange for the existing charter to be taken to the location of the charter night program Display the charter in a suitable place of honor at the program All of this information and more can be found on the Lions International web site at and in the publication, Celebrating the New Club, Charter Night Planning Guide. This guide can be found at: 148

149 FOR YOUR INFORMATION Information in this book agrees with data available at the time forwarded for printing. Errors, however, may creep in and changes will occur even before printing is complete. Should you detect any errors or have any change in address, telephone number, etc.; please notify the Cabinet Secretary immediately. The Cabinet Secretary and/or the Cabinet Treasurer usually travel with the District Governor. At times, there will be others accompanying the Governor, such as the 1 ST and/or 2 ND Vice District Governor(s) or Region Chair. If the 1 st & 2 nd Vice District Governor, Region Chair or Zone Chair plans to be present at the time of the District Governor s visit to a Club, those Lions will make their own reservations. Member s personal information is to be used solely for communication between members and clubs to unite the clubs in bonds of friendship, good fellowship and mutual understanding and cannot be used for personal gain. 149

150 Highlights of the International Theme: THE FUTURE IS NOW As we enter our second century of global humanitarian service, we continue to evolve to meet the ever-changing needs. This is truly an exciting time to be a Lion. Our new strategy LCI Forward was developed as a road map for Lions to plan, implement and achieve our vision for the future and meet the growing needs of the world (insert LCI Forward graphic). This new strategy will enhance our service framework, reshape public opinion and improve visibility, improve our club, district and organizational excellence and improve our membership experience while reaching new markets. New products, such as the new Lions mobile app, will provide our members the ability to connect witheach other like never before sharing service ideas, photos, videos, and information bringing Lions together regardless of their location. We have to make the world aware of just how big the world s problems are, and how relatively simple they are to solve if everyone works together. I feel proud and blessed to be your leader at this most auspicious moment, as we begin our second century of global humanitarian service. On June 7, 1917, in the LaSalle Hotel in Chicago, businessman Melvin Jones announced an ambitious initiative an association dedicated to the central principle of serving others. He faced many skeptics. There were people who considered it impossible. However, today it is a reality. Today, 1.4 million people walk his path of service to others. There is no greater pleasure in life than to make a dream come true. To make miracles happen. Pick 150

151 the most improbable dream and spend your life making it come true. Pick a dream that makes each precious moment in your life worth living. Becoming your international president is a dream come true for me. But that is only part of my dream. The rest of my dream is something all of us as Lions share together a dream that every child in the world is born to a happy, caring family, and is given every opportunity to thrive. Like Gandhi, let us lose ourselves in this dream, for that is where we will find ourselves. With a new service framework and the addition of diabetes as one of our new causes, a reshaping of our service programs, a new marketing technology initiative, a vibrant LCI Forward global strategy, and a new century before us, the future is ours, and the future is now. I have always believed it is important to leave the world better than we found it, and a better place for our children and their children. That philosophy has served me well as a club president, district governor, international director, and international vice president. With your help, it will continue to serve me as your international president. And together we will expand our legacy of service. The time to act is now. We can help and we WILL help. Each and every one of you can have a lasting impact. Join hands with me today in committing to serve 200 million lives annually in our new century of service. 151

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