District 2-T2 Lions Clubs International
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We're making final updates to the District 2-T2 website to reflect the 2015-2016 Lions fiscal year.
We will have these completed soon!
Thank you for your patience!
WE HAD FUN IN CROSBYTON!
1ST CABINET MEETING BIG SUCCESS
Clockwise from left: (1) Crosbyton Lions Cherie Parkhill and Ruth Davis help with registration. (2) 1st VDG Jim Petty readies the attendees for a game of catch--but with blindfolds. (3) Lion Ted Boyd contemplates State and District pin sales. (4) 2nd VDG Vance Gipson gives an explanation of how weather forecasts are actually made.
From left: (1) Snyder Lions Club Secretary Rose Ragland pitches a tennis ball to a blindfolded IPDG James Osborne. (2) Zone Chairman Kevin Carter and USA/Canada Lions Leadership Forum Chairman James Belk enjoy the meeting.
Our thanks to the Crosbyton Lions Club for hosting the first Cabinet Meeting and providing hamburgers for all who attended. We're off to a great start in 2015-2016!
LITTLEFIELD LIONS CLUB 75th ANNIVERSARY
Clockwise from left: (1) The club's 75th anniversary cake adorned a table in the First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. (2) Guests could see the club's charter which presented July 26, 1940.(3) District Governor Dick Van Hoose presents International President Yamada's pin and banner to Littlefield Lions Club President Tim Walker. (4) The infamous 1975-1976 "Membership Mafia" members from the Littlefield Lions Club. Their slogan for District Governor Jim Johnson's year was "Get Two or We'll Get You!!"
2015-2016 INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT'S THEME
Peace, hope, determination, teamwork and uniting people through service are central elements of International President Jitsuhiro Yamada's theme for 2015-2016.
LIONS ENVIRONMENTAL PHOTO CONTEST
Past District Governor Fredda Buckner of Roby announces the Lions Clubs International Environmental Photo contest at the July 25 Cabinet Meeting.
* Animal Life
* Landscape (Urban or Natural)
* Plant Life
* Weather Phenomenon
This year's special theme is "Dignity, Harmony, and Humanity: Celebrating the Peaceful Coexistence of Species."
Your 8x10 printed photos and entry form(s) must be submitted to PDG Fredda prior to the Midwinter Conference to be held Jan. 16 in Lubbock.
"To empower volunteers to serve their communities,
meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace, and promote international understanding through Lions Clubs."
CLUB EVENTS AND NEWS
District Governor Van Hoose's
Official Visit Schedule Will Be Posted Soon!
WHAT DO LIONS DO?? WE SERVE!!!
Here's just a few of the humanitarian service projects that Lions in District 2-T2 have completed in the past few months.
WHERE THERE'S A NEED--THERE'S A LION! WE SERVE!
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
DID YOU KNOW??
Helen Keller attended the Lions Clubs International Convention in 1925 at Cedar Point, Ohio. She challenged the Lions to become knights of the blind in the crusade against darkness. Since then, Lions Club members have worked to halt preventable blindness and restore sight.
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