There’s DG Garry Charbonneau welcoming Lions at the District Officer Training 101. His theme this year is “Lions Can Do”. The bottom photo shows PDG Sharon Rollins presenting about the Centennial Service Challenge Porject.
Workshop presenters at the District Office Training 101. There’s Carrie Swesso-Bartley (top), David Bartley (left), and Tom Hammond (in right photo on the right). About 30 Lions were present for the training for club presidents, vice presidents, secretaries, treasurers, and club membership chairs.
Rockaway Lion club’s hot dog stand on the beach (top left). There’s the officer induction at the Lake Oswego Lions club (top right) Other photos are clubs as indicated.
Lions receive over 600 requests for help with exams, eyeglasses, and hearing aids every month.
Help provide free eye/hearing exams and free eyeglasses and hearing aids to needy people in NW Oregon who do not live near a Lions club.
Click on the link below that will take you to the CROWDRISE website to donate.
Our goal is $1,000. This fundraiser is managed by the Portland Bentham Lions club and all money raised will go to the Task Force and club’s sight and hearing programs. There’s a very small fee charged by the website company that is added to your donation amount.
Here are the five Multiple District leaders (getting ready for a skit at the Multiple District convention). Left to right are Council Chair Steve Oliver, Judy Kauffman (36-R), Carol Brink (36-E), Judith Poage (36-G), and Garry Charbonneau (36-O).
Here are some of the awards given to Lions at the District 36-O Banquet at the Multiple District Convention in Canyonville this past May.
Here are more Lions at the Multiple District Convention in Canyonville this past May. This was at the Friday District 36-O Banquet.
Here are some of the Lion club members who attended the 2016 Multiple District Lions Clubs convention at the Seven Feathers Resort in Canyonville in May. Fun convention!
Great Job DG Hank Calhoun, the other district officers, the committee members, and other attendees at the last district cabinet meeting of this Lion year. It was held at the Orul Hull Camp for the Blind and with Low Vision. There were 28 Lions present for the morning meeting.
After the delicious lunch served by the Camp staff, about 40 people helped with the Camp’s Annual Clean Up.
Consider attending the Multiple District (State) Convention
May 12 -14, 201, Seven Feathers Casino Resort, 145 Chief Miwaleta Lane, Canyonville, Or 97414
There’ll be dynamic speakers, great break-out sessions and an opportunity to meet and re-meet other Lions from all over the state and Northern California.
Here’s the link for the registration form.
Lions 2016 MD Convention Registration