As of: 7-13-17

DISTRICT GOALS
2017-2018

Prior to becoming District Governor, the First Vice District Governor receives training, which includes a requirement to set goals for his/her year as Governor. These goals are set through consultation with the district’s leadership team, which includes the District Governor, Vice-District Governors, Zone Chairs, and others.

THIS YEAR'S DISTRICT GOALS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
1. Collectively, clubs will recruit at least 101 new members in honor of LCI’s 101st year of existence.
2. 8 clubs will sponsor Club Branches, and 2 Club Branches will attract enough new members to become chartered as a new club.
3. The percentage of women Lions in District 14-C will grow to 20%.
4. District 14-C will lose no more than 101 members (and hopefully a lot less).
5. 8 Lions will receive Guided Lion certification.
6. Every Club President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasure will participate in an officer training course through LCI or Lions University.
7. Every club will participate in a same-day district-wide service project.

This is an ambitious set of goals, which will require the commitment of the the district’s leadership team and the enthusiastic support of our clubs. In order to encourage clubs and individuals to work toward achieving these goals, the District Governor has established a “challenge program” to recognize clubs and individuals who meet specific criteria.

This program replaces the Points Contest that has been in existence for many years and allows all clubs to receive recognition for their efforts.

DISTRICT GOVERNOR'S CHALLENGE PROGRAM:
CLUB CHALLENGE - Clubs that meet the following criteria will be recognized at the August 2018 Cabinet meeting with either a Bronze, Silver or Gold Award:
• Achieve net membership growth by June 30, 2018: Bronze +1; Silver +2; Gold 3 or more.
• Contribute to the District Governor’s Projects Fund: Bronze -at least $15 per member; Silver - at least $20 per member; Gold - at least $25 per member
• Participate in the district-wide same-day service project.
• Have no outstanding balance with LCI, MD-14, or District 14-C that goes without payment for more than 120 days.
• Have representation at the District Convention equal to or greater than the number of delegates awarded to the club:
Bronze - number of eligible delegates; Silver - number of eligible delegates +1; Gold - number of eligible delegates +2 or more
• Report 2018-2019 club officers (including Leo advisors) to LCI prior to June 1, 2018.

CLUB PRESIDENT'S CHALLENGE - Club Presidents who meet the following criteria will be recognized at the August 2018 cabinet meeting:
• Each of the following club officers complete officer training offered by either LCI or Lions University for his/her position: President, 1st Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer.
• Attend all District Cabinet meetings and District Convention.
• Attend all Zone Advisory meetings.
• Sponsor 1 new member.

CLUB SECRETARY'S CHALLENGE - Club Secretaries who meet the following criteria will be recognized at the August 2018 cabinet meeting:
• Complete Club Secretary training offered by either LCI or Lions University.
• Attend all District Cabinet meetings and District Convention.
• Attend all Zone Advisory meetings.
• Make sure club information in MyLCI is updated at least once each quarter.
• Sponsor 1 new member.

CLUB TREASURER'S CHALLENGE - Club Teasurers who meet the following criteria will be recognized at the August 2018 cabinet meeting:
• Complete Club Treasurer training offered by either LCI or Lions University.
• Attend the District Convention.
• Make sure the club has no outstanding balance with LCI, MD-14, or District 14-C that goes without payment for more than 120 days.
• Sponsor 1 new member.

ZONE CHAIR'S CHALLENGE - Zone Chairs who meet the following criteria will be recognized at the August 2018 cabinet meeting:
• Complete either Certified Guided Lion training or Zone Chair training offered by LCI or Lions University.
• Conduct at least 3 Zone Advisory Meetings.
• Attend at least 8 Global Action Team meetings (to include any training help in place of Action Team meetings)
• Attend all District Cabinet Meetings
• Attend the District Convention.
• Coordinate a zone service project; or achieve 100% club participation in the district-wide same-day service project
• Attend at least 1 State Council meeting; or attend the State Convention.
• Sponsor 1 new member.

OTHER RECOGNITION - Clubs and individuals will also be recognized for the following:
• Meet the criteria for LCI’s Club Excellence Award
• The Lion or Lioness who recruits the most new members.
• The Lion or Lioness club with the greatest percentage increase in membership.
• The Zone Chair with the greatest percentage increase in membership.
• Leo of the Year.

 

 

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