Montana Fall Forum, Sept 30, Registration Now Open

Montana Forum logo with laurel weath around the Lions emblem.The Montana Lions Forum is coming September 30 in Helena Montana at the Colonial Inn. Presentations include:Framing your Club“,   “PVC”  “Dynamics Between Generations“, “Communicating and Camaraderie“, “Don’t Blabber when asked about Lions” – your elevator speech,  “Free Money” – double your impact, “Why do we Squabble?“, “Everything you need to know about Diabetes” and how to help.

Don’t be late – register now.

Open a copy of the Fall Forum Registration form.

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Lions Clubs International Foundation Newsletter

Lions Clubs International Foundation

Dear Lions,

I’d like to begin my first newsletter by saying I am very excited for my new role as chairman of Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF).  Having witnessed the wonderful service projects that are being completed around the world, some with funding from LCIF, I am ready to serve in a whole new way by supporting our foundation.

LCIF supports life-changing service projects Lions complete all around the world, providing grant funding for your local and global humanitarian efforts. Your contributions to LCIF have helped people near and far by providing disaster relief, saving sight, supporting youth and meeting humanitarian needs.

This year, which leads to the foundation’s 50th anniversary, we have a goal to raise US$50 million to support Lions’ compassionate service in more ways than ever. Lions show strength in numbers. When we work together, we can accomplish great things. I am confident this year will be the best year LCIF has had yet!

I look forward to my year as chairman and hope to see Lions and LCIF working hard to create positive change in our world.

corlew-headshot-circle.pngVery truly yours,
Chancellor Bob Corlew
Chairman, Lions Clubs International Foundation


Lions Clubs International’s Centennial Celebration at Convention

Chicago ParadeMore than 30,000 Lions from all over the world arrived in Chicago last month to celebrate LCI’s 100th anniversary at the International Convention. Among the many events that took place, a highlight was watching the Special Olympics – Leos “Mission: Inclusion” Unified Basketball Clinic presented by NBA great, Sam Perkins. Leos and Special Olympics athletes participated in basketball drills and scrimmages while working together and learning more about one another.

Convention is a great time to thank the generous Lions who donated. A special thanks is in order for Melvin Jones Fellows, Progressive Melvin Jones Fellows, Melvin Jones Fellowship clubs, and those in the Humanitarian Partner program. This year, we raised one of the highest donation amounts in LCIF Convention history. Because of your contributions, communities all around the world will receive help when it is needed.

The Project for Elimination of Avoidable Childhood Blindness

A little girl receiving glasses.For more than 15 years, LCIF’s SightFirst program and the World Health Organization (WHO) have partnered to serve more than 127 million children by working to eliminate avoidable childhood blindness. The Project for Elimination of Avoidable Childhood Blindness is an initiative that began in 2001. Since then, 51 Child Friendly Eye Care Centers have been established and supported in 50 countries within Africa, the Americas, the Eastern Mediterranean, Europe, Southeast Asia, and the Western Pacific. The centers provide preventive, therapeutic, and rehabilitative eye care services for children aged 0-15 years. To date, more than 67,000 pediatric eye care staff have been trained, more than 13 million children have been screened for eye diseases, and more than 127 million children have received treatment. There have also been nearly one million education sessions for parents, caregivers and healthcare staff. Because of your donations to LCIF, millions of children have been given the chance to avoid childhood blindness.

Club LCIF Coordinators Position Update

optional-image-220x130.pngThe Club LCIF Coordinator is an ambassador for LCIF at the club level and is crucial to the promotion of our foundation. This person shares LCIF stories, motivates fellow Lions to support LCIF, and enables LCIF to advance its humanitarian work both locally and globally. Club LCIF Coordinators will be equipped with resources that will allow them to champion the goals of the foundation to Lions.

A new policy has been put into effect to help fill this vital role at the club level.  In addition to serving as mentors to the club president and vice presidents, immediate past club presidents will now serve as Club LCIF Coordinators.  If he or she is unable to serve in this capacity, the position may be filled by another club member.

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District Policy Manual Available Online

37_state_mail_headDownload an Adobe Acrobat file of the Policy Manual published August, 2017.

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MT Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation Newsletter

Click here for the July 2017 Foundation newsletter.

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Another Lion Sleeps: Jim King of the Cut Bank Club

Lion Jim King shakes hands with ADG Lary.Lion Jim passed away July 20, 2017, and services were held at Crown Hill Cemetery, with a reception at Prairie Peace Lutheran Church on July 25. The photo was of Jim receiving his 35 year Monarch pin from ADG Lary Garrison in June. Jim was an active member in the Cut Bank Lions Club and was willing to help in any way he could, in spite of the health issues he faced.

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2017-2018 District Cabinet Directory Available

The updated directory is available under the administration menu in the banner above or click here.

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Early Registration for 2017 Forum Ends Soon

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Letter from LCI President to ADG Lary Garrison (and Dist. 37)

Dear Governor Lary,

Thanks so sincerely for all of your hard work in a District 37.  Although your District is not yet at growth for this year, you and the other Lions have worked hard to make your District even better, and you have worked to serve your communities.

I am writing you to ask your help and also to tell you about a way that your District can still be recognized for membership gains this year!  You have already proven that yours is a District with dedicated leaders.  Through your leadership, you have already contributed to our tremendous success this year.

I’m sure your already know that LCI is now larger than we have ever been during our 100 year history!  We broke the records this year!  But, I am sad to tell you that here in the United States, we are not yet at growth.  Nonetheless, it has been a great year in the US as we have worked toward gaining new members.  The last numbers I saw showed the US down by fewer than 800 members.  And that’s the best we’ve been in much longer than I can remember.

I’m writing you to ask you to help us get the US to growth during this Centennial year!  We have 9 more days to do it!  Won’t you make some contacts with the Club Presidents in your District and get them to help us?  This is a great opportunity for the Lions of the US to demonstrate our leadership once again.

As an additional incentive, I have already announced that in addition to recognizing Governors of Districts at growth for the year, we will also recognize Governors whose Districts grow DURING THE MONTH OF JUNE!  So this is a chance to your District to be recognized for your membership growth!

So please, make these last 9 days count for us in the US and also in your District.  Please keep up the great work so we can get more good members who will help us help more people in more communities.  Together we will continue to find those New Mountains to Climb!

I hope to see you at the Convention in Chicago!


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All-time Membership Record for Lions Clubs International


Dear Fellow Lions,

I am pleased to announce that we just surpassed our all-time membership record of 1,445,591 Lions!

I want to thank each and every one of you for your dedication to changing lives and growing our association’s humanitarian impact over the past year. Thanks to you, we are positioned to enter our second century of service stronger than ever before. Thanks to you, Lions clubs are serving in more communities around the world. And thanks to you, we are helping more people than ever before.

Thank you for helping Lions reach new heights!

corlew-headshot-circle.png   Very truly yours,
Chancellor Bob Corlew

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Lions Clubs International’s Notice of Pending Amendments


The 100th International Convention is fast approaching. This message is official notice of Constitutional changes proposed for the Convention to consider.

Please allow this message to serve as a reminder that the Official Convention Call has been published in the Lions Magazine in compliance with Article VI, Section 2 of the International By-Laws.

All Lions can review the 2017 Official Call and Notice of Amendments on the Association website or may click the following link to review the 2017 Official Convention Call and Notice of Amendments as published in the LION Magazine.

We look forward to seeing you in Chicago!

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White Sulphur Springs Lions Father’s Day Fishing Derby

A leaping trout illustrates the White Sulphur Springs Lions Derby.The Derby is being held Sunday, June 18th at Newlon Creek Reservoir from 7 AM to 3 PM. Tickets are $10 (sales close at noon on Sunday) from a Club member, Meagher County News, or any local bar. $500, $300 and $200 winner’s prizes (by weight) plus lots of door prizes, too.  Stop by and enjoy a great time!

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Lions International Convention – June 30 to July 4, 2017

membership-awards.pngChicago Readies Lions Centennial Convention

Celebrate the Centennial, June 30-July 4, 2017, at the Lions International Convention in Chicago, the city where it all began. Join Lions and Leos from more than 100 countries for five days of activities, fellowship and fun at this historic event! Here are just a few highlights:

  • Discover how Lions the world over are celebrating 100 years of service in PIP Frank Moore’s Centennial message scheduled for the Second Plenary Session.
  • Attend the Centennial Seminar and hear celebration stories from leaders in each of the constitutional areas.
  • Experience the spectacular interactive Centennial Exhibit that takes you on a journey from our founding to our global impact today…and beyond!
  • Behold the enormous, awe-inspiring banner that proudly displays the worldwide community of Lions.

Stop by the Centennial-LCI Forward Booth and be sure to purchase a beautifully crafted Centennial Commemorative Coin at Club Supplies Store. 

See You in Chicago!

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District C-2 Convention Registration Form Available

100 Years of Service and Beyond is the theme of Lions Clubs International’s District C-2 Convention being held October 20 & 21, 2017, in Medicine Hat, Alberta. The fillable registration form is now available.

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Your May 2017 Digital Lion Magazine

lion_blueCatch up on all the latest Lion news and views in the June issue of LION Magazine. Check out some of this month’s digital extras and features:

  • California Lions are on a mission to help struggling U.S. veterans. Serving Those Who Served tells the story of how Lions are offering hope, help and housing to the homeless.
  • Get into the Centennial spirit by watching this lively Happy 100th Birthday, Lions! video. Lions from all over the world offer their own special birthday greetings.
  • “What if I get sick?” This is the question many people in remote areas ask. Watch Health Care for the Poor, and discover how Remote Area Medical (RAM) reaches those in need.

Wherever you go, LION Magazine is already there.

Enjoy The Latest Issue Right Now!

Best regards, Your LION Magazine Team

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Lions Clubs International Public Service Announcement

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Online Training Available for Club Officers


Dear Lions Leaders,

Help to prepare your incoming club officers by sharing new club officer training! These online modules have a brand new look. Each of the sessions will be paired with an exciting interactive webinar (more information to come). Be sure to take a look at all of the excitement here:

Club Officer Training

Club President Responsibilities

Club Secretary Responsibilities

Club Treasurer Responsibilities

Users will need to create an LLC login if they don’t have one, so please navigate to the LLC page to get started.

Please be sure to forward this message to any incoming officers.

Best Regards, Leadership Development Division

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May 2017 Newswire Available (click banner)

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April 2017 Cabinet Meeting Minutes Available

Clipart of a District 37 file cabinetClick to read minutes.

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Butte Copper City Charter Night – May 6


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MT Lions S&H Foundation Spring 2017 Newsletter

The Newsletter is now available (click to open).

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DISTRICT 37 DIRECTORY: Club Information Requested

Any current club officer is being asked to submit club information to the Foundation administrator.  Information that is needed includes:  club meeting location, address, day of week, and meeting time.  Also, please send the names, mailing address, phone numbers (home and cell), email addresses for club presidents, 1st vice president, secretary, treasurer, membership chair and LCIF coordinator.

A directory of club officers is indispensable in the effort to contact clubs.  Almost daily, requests are received asking for club contact information.  Help may be needed for sight, hearing and/or speech issues or other Lions related issues.

Every effort will be made to have the directory completed by Labor Day and available to all clubs.  Information can be sent via regular mail to:  1st VDG Dennis Kopitzke, Box 1266, Forsyth, 59327  or email

Your help will be sincerely appreciated.

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Centennial Celebration Update


Start Planning Your Final Centennial Year Today

We’re celebrating Lions Clubs’ Centennial through June 30, 2018, so your club has one more year to serve in honor of this historic milestone. Make a difference by planning now to participate in all of the Centennial Service Challenge Campaigns and by implementing a Legacy Project that will make your club visible in your community for years to come. The best part is that youget to decide when to serve and which projects are right foryour club  and your community. Get started today!
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District Ballots Counted at Convention

The Lions International logo within an outline of the state of Monatana.The Montana Lions Convention adopted officers for the coming year (2017-2018).

  • District Governor: Lary Garrison
  • 1st Vice District Governor: Dennis Kopitzke
  • 2nd Vice District Governor: Verna Love

PDG Jim Johnke was elected to the District Hall of Fame.

The dues reduction failed – district dues remain $25 per year.

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Montana Lions Convention in Kalispell

See post on Foundation presentation of awards to clubs.

The U.S. flaf is presented during the opening ceremony.

The flag ceremony opened the convention on Friday, April 28.

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Montana Lions Sight & Hearing Club Awards Presented

The Montana Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation wishes to recognize the following clubs for their outstanding support over the past year. The top 5 in each category are listed below in the order of presentation (fifth to top) at the Montana Lions Convention in Kalispell. Each was awarded a patch for their banner.

Total contributions by club

5. Electric City                            $2,320

4. Missoula South Side             $4,185

3. Bozeman Gallatin Empire   $5,261

2. Ennis                                        $5,500

1. Helena                                      $7,497

Average contributions by member

5. Great Falls Sunrise       $ 84.21

4. Ennis                               $101.85

3. Electric City                   $145.00

2. Helena                            $149.94

1. Missoula South Side    $155.00

72% of Montana Clubs supported the Foundation in the past year!

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Montana Lions Convention Starts Friday, April 28

Lions across Montana are on the move to Kalispell. You can still join us: Register at the Convention.

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USA – Canada Lions Leadership Forum Update

The USA/Canada Forum logo.The Forum has opened a new and improved website.

Check it out!

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Lions Clubs International President’s April 2017 Message


President’s Message


Dear Lion,

We recently introduced our new global service framework, which is a key component of LCI Forward and reaching our goal of serving 200 million people per year by 2021.

Youth engagement is a cornerstone of our service framework and each of its five signature service areas. The future of service belongs to youth, and we have an opportunity to guide them as Lions. Encourage young people to volunteer with your club. Listen to their ideas. And give them meaningful leadership roles when they serve. Young people can be more than just volunteers—they can be our partners in service.

Here are three great ways you can start engaging youth in your community:

  • Reach out to a local high school or youth organization—offer to plan a joint service project, and consider funding it.
  • Invite youth to participate in your next service project—involve them in planning and give them meaningful roles.
  • Take it to the next level by exploring LCI’s youth programs—sponsor the Peace Poster Contest, get involved in the Youth Camp and Exchange program or start a Leo club.

However you choose to involve young people in your service activities, make sure to give them a voice and recognize their hard work and achievements. When you engage youth in service, you are investing in the future of your club and community.

Very truly yours,
Chancellor Bob Corlew
Your International President
Lions Youth Programs Make Engagement Easy

For clubs that want to take youth engagement to the next level, LCI offers a number of established programs:

Make young people part of your service strategy!

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May Digital Lion Available

Lion Magazine

Click to open magazine.

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Billings Lions Club Receives Publicity for Project

The Billings Lions Club’s Charles Campbell Children’s Camp was featured on local broadcasts.

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Convention Planning Update: Deadline for Early Registration

Save Money, Register Now

The deadline for registering has past for the district convention but has been pushed back to April 15th. If paid by that date the registration is only $100. If you wait till after the 15th it will jump back up to $120. Save $20 now and register. You can thank your District officers for moving this deadline back to give you all a break. (It was April 1st ). No joke.

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Also, the time for Zone Chair and Club Officer Training is set for 2 pm on Friday afternoon (April 28). Please notify Monte Weisser at if attending.

Convention registration form and more info.

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Please send me the total number of children screened this year. Also the number of Refers. Between the dates of June 2016 to Present. I would like to have this information for the Montana 37 Convention in Kalispell Mt. April 28th to 30th 2017. My email address is Thank You for all you do to help the children in the State of Montana.

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Zone 11 Social – Saturday April 8

Bingo at the Huntley Project Homesteader Hall at 6:30 PM. Snacks or meal  TBD – contact Paddy Gwin 259-9343. And be prepared for a great time!

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Great Falls Tribune: Let the Lions Roar

Great Falls Tribune STORY BY AMY GRISAK

Picking a project close to home is an excellent motivation for many people to step into a volunteer role. For Ronda Wiggers, joining the Lions Club made sense since her children
played in Lions Park at 2701 10th Ave. S. for years, and the organization did so much in her neighborhood.

“We do lots and lots for Lions Park, a place I’ve always enjoyed,” said Ronda, vice president of the Great Falls Lions Club. When she joined five years ago, the club finished the climbing wall project at the park, and it’s quickly become a favorite feature for kids of
all ages. With a stellar playground, pavilion and picnic tables set within an open and well-cared for park, it’s a favorite for many people in Great Falls.

“It’s always fun to see your hard work in the end,” she said of the children who love climbing on the rock practically every day and playing on the equipment.

Exerpt with publisher’s permission. Click here to read the rest of the article at the Great Falls Tribune site.

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UPDATE: Butte Charter Celebration Rescheduled

A seal illustration for Lions of Montana welcoming a new club.MAY 6TH, 2017



WANDA OTTENBREIT CALL-406-221-6476 or TXT 203-823-7204

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Columbus Centennial Club Charter night held 3/28/2017

Congratulations Columbus!

Lions from across the state gathered to celebrate the new Lions Club with gifts and best wishes. A wonderful meal was catered and all present expressed interest in assisting the new club in their service activities – especially after PID Tom Lehman’s speech.

Click images to see larger version and click “comments” below photos for more.

New members of the club line up in front of the crowd for induction.

The members of the new Columbus Centennial Lions Club are inducted by master of ceremonies PCC Ben Apeland.

A formal certificate of the club charter in a frame is shown to the group.

Acting District Governor Lary Garrison presents the club charter.

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Make Every Lions Club in Montana a CENTENNIAL Club

Hey, Montana:

The District is chartering new clubs officially known as “Centennial Clubs” because they are being formed during the 100th anniversary celebration. But all Montana Clubs have the opportunity to be recognized during our Centennial. Please read the following message from PIP J Frank Moore, III, the Centennial Action Committee Chairperson:

centennial_sm (Regarding implementing Lions Centennial activities)… I encourage you to look at opportunities to:

As we continue serving throughout our Centennial year, this is the perfect time to re-engage our districts and clubs with Centennial enthusiasm.

Thanks to all of District 37 and keep serving other for another 100 years!

Jerry Leggate, District Centennial Chair & webmaster.

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Dear Lions and Leos,
We’re on our way to serving 200 million people per year by 2021—and we’ll reach that incredible goal by adding great new ways to serve! We’re introducing a new global service framework that builds on our first century of service and our history of serving sight.
Our new service framework focuses our efforts on five service areas: vision, hunger, the environment, pediatric cancer and diabetes. It gives Lions and Leos new ways to meet emerging humanitarian needs in their communities and around the world. As always, your club will decide how to best meet your community needs.
Want to learn more? Watch our inspiring service framework video and visit the service framework webpage today!
Very truly yours,
Chancellor Bob Corlew

Your International President
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Diabetes Grants Available – Deadline to Apply April 21, 2017

An icon for diabetes. An icon for environment.An icon for hunger relief.  An icon for vision. An icon for pediatric cancer.



Lions are hearing more about Lions Clubs International’s The Global Service Framework goal of tripling our humanitarian impact by serving 200 million people per year by 2021. The Global Service Framework complements all of the great ways clubs serve locally, and gives Lions and Leos new opportunities to help meet the growing challenges facing humanity by focusing on the five areas of service shown in the icons above.

An icon for diabetes.Request for proposals

Out of the five program platforms diabetes was selected as the initial focal area and the LCIF Board of Trustees has approved funding for Lions/Leos to pilot diabetes prevention and control pilot projects under five select initiatives:

  • Diabetes Screenings
  • Community Health Activities
  • Support Groups
  • Diabetes Camps/Retreats
  • Community Recreational Facilities

The purpose of the pilot projects is not only to support experienced Lions/Leos in expanding their existing diabetes efforts, but also for LCI and LCIF to learn how Lions/Leos successfully plan and implement diabetes projects and to identify additional resources that are needed to enhance project impact.

With this request LCI/LCIF is asking Lions entities with previous experience on diabetes work to submit project proposals on the five initiatives outlined below. LCIF grant funding is available to support these projects. Involvement of Leos is encouraged. The selection process is competitive, and priority consideration for funding will be given to eligible proposals that 1) are geared at serving vulnerable populations in the community; 2) present unique and innovative approaches, and 3) demonstrate experienced Lions/Leos collaborating with Lions/Leos with no previous experience on diabetes work.

More about the Request for Proposals

Grant Submission Form

Contact ADG Lary Garrison if you have questions that are not answered by the materials presented here.

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Official Notice: Montana Convention Business

Dear District 37 Lions,

Webmaster’s Note: This message is an official notification to Montana Clubs and Lions of potential actions to be considered at the convention in Kalispell this April.

Montana Convention Registration form

District Dues Reduction:

At the District 37 Convention in Kalispell, Mt. We will be voting on a dues reduction of $5 per member per year. This would reduce the annual dues to the district from $25 to $20 for each member. The formula for voting delegates is provided below:

Article 8: District Convention, Section B: Club Delegate Formula:
Each chartered club in good standing in Lions Clubs International and this District shall be entitled in each annual convention of this District to one (1) delegate and one (1) alternate for each ten (10) members, who have been enrolled for at least one year and a day in the club or major faction thereof, of said club as shown by the records of the International office on the first day of the month last preceding that month during which the convention is held. The major faction referred to in this section shall be five (5) or more members. Each certified delegate present in person shall be entitled to cast one (1) vote only on each question submitted to the respective convention. All eligible delegates must be members in good standing of a club in good standing within this District.
In addition any Past District Governor in good standing belonging to a club in this district in good standing is entitled to one (1) vote.

District 37 Hall of Fame Nominations

Any Lion or Lioness may nominate a candidate from the District to be included in the District 37 Hall of Fame. The policies regarding the Hall of Fame and the nomination form are listed below:

  1. The District Governor must receive nominations at least 30 days prior to the District’s Annual Convention.
  2. The award may be presented to either a Lion or Lioness, with only one recipient annually.
  3. The award may presented posthumously.
  4. Each Candidate must have fifteen (15) years of service, been a participating member of a District Cabinet for five (5) years, and not be a member of current Executive Committees.
  5. The current Executive Committee shall decide on the recipient for the District 37 Hall of Fame from all the candidates received by the District Governor within the required timeframe and meeting all of the other minimum qualifications to be considered.
  6. Each candidate should have qualifications above and beyond the call of duty including social and human endeavors. She/he should be of good moral character and have a good reputation in his/her community.
  7. The sponsor will ensure the candidate, or a representative, will be in attendance at the District Convention.
  8. The successful candidate will be inducted to the Hall of Fame at the District Convention.
  9. A brief biography of the inductee shall be announced to the delegates attending the District Convention.
  10. All sponsor(s) shall use the District nomination form. No others will be accepted.
    (Exhibit D of the Different Policy Manual)
  11. A perpetual plaque will be kept and displayed at the annual District Convention.
  12. All past honorees of Multiple District 37 Hall of Fame, which are, or were, Lions from a Club within District 37 will automatically be members of the District 37 Hall of Fame.

Download PDF of Hall of Fame Nomination form

The form is printable for completing longhand and mailing by postal service to: ADG Lary, 703 Conway Street , Billings, Montana, 59105, or may be filled out in most browsers (or Acrobat Viewer), saved, and emailed to:

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