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Lions District 22B 
Organized in 1944
Member of Multiple District 22 & Lions Clubs International
 
  
Whenever a Lions Club gets together, problems get smaller and communities get better.  That's because Lions help wherever help is needed - in our local communities and around the world - with unmatched energy and integrity. 
 
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 by Jim Hindman
 
"You are legally blind." With these four words Lion Jim Hindman, renowned entrepreneur and founder of Jiffy Lube International, faced the biggest challenge of his life at age 57 when he was diagnosed with macular degeneration, an age-related progressive disease that leads, eventually, to blindness. Throughout his successful career, Hindman always met challenges head-on, but nothing prepared him for the impact of macular degeneration. Fearlessly embarking on a more than 20 year exploration with multiple physicians throughout the United States, Hindman refused to give up until he found a way back through the darkness; innovative new medical procedures and technologies ultimately restored his vision after he successfully underwent surgery for the implantable miniature telescope. 
 
In the book, Lion Jim Hindman shares his remarkable journey to recovery, his setbacks, and dramatic achievements. Woven throughout his inspirational account is a rags-to-riches story featuring many of the lessons he learned as kid on the streets of Sioux City, shining shoes and selling newspapers, to become a self-made millionaire by 35. 
 
 
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   - AUGUST 2021 -   
Aug. 09, 2021 Add:  District 22B Roster Book - 2021-2022 Edition Yes
   - MAY 2021 -   
May 20, 2021 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter May 2021 No
   - APRIL 2021 -   
Apr. 30, 2021 Add:  MD Governor Hogan - COVID Recovery Update Memo No
Apr. 27, 2021 Add:  May 20 - May 22, 2021 District 22 VIRTUAL Convention No
Apr. 10, 2021 MEMORIAL  PDG Dalton (Dal) Mann - Hurlock Lions Club No
Apr. 04, 2021 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter April 2021 No
   - MARCH 2021 -   
Mar. 30 2021 Event: District 22B Social - June 19, 2021 No
Mar. 16 2021 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter March 2021 No
   - FEBRUARY  2021 -   
Feb. 23 2021 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter February 2021 No
   - JANUARY  2021 -   
Jan. 18 2021 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter January 2021 No
   - DECEMBER  2020 -  
Dec. 23, 2020 Update: District 22B MyLion User Manual No
   - NOVEMBER  2020 -  
Nov. 16, 2020 Add:  District 22B Newsletter Oct & Nov 2020 No
Nov. 08, 2020 MEMORIAL  Lion Richard Montgomery - Rising Sun Lions Club No
   - OCTOBER  2020 -  
Oct. 14, 2020 MEMORIAL  Lion David Price - Rising Sun Lions Club No
   - SEPTEMBER  2020 -  
Sep. 16, 2020 Add:  District 22B Newsletter September 2020 No
Sep. 15, 2020 MEMORIAL  PDG Sid Thompson - Perryville Lions Club No
   - AUGUST  2020 -  
Aug. 23, 2020 Update: 2020 USA-Canada VIRTUAL Forum  Sep. 25-27 No
Aug. 23, 2020 Add:  Dist22B Cabinet Meeting Minutes   Aug. 16, 2020 Yes
Aug. 16, 2020 Add:  Dist22B Cabinet Treasurers Report   Aug. 16, 2020 Yes
Aug. 16, 2020 Add:  Dist22B Cabinet Meeting Minutes   Apr. 26, 2020 Yes
Aug. 11, 2020 Add:  District 22B Newsletter August 2020 No
   - JULY  2020 -  
July 29, 2020 MEMORIAL  Lion Richard Bruska - Sudlersville Lions Club No
July 08, 2020 Update: 2020-21 Cabinet Officer Contact Information No
July 08, 2020 Add:  District 22B Newsletter June 2020 No
   - JUNE  2020 -  
Jun. 21, 2020 MEMORIAL  Lion Darwin Struble - Rising Sun Lions Club No
   - MAY  2020 -  
May 04, 2020 Add:  District 22B Newsletter April 2020 No
   - APRIL  2020 -   
Apr. 24, 2020 Add:  VIRTUAL Meetings - Introduction No
Apr. 24, 2020 Add:  VIRTUAL Meetings - How to Prepare No
Apr. 24, 2020 Add:  VIRTUAL Meetings - How to Participate No
Apr. 24, 2020 Add:  VIRTUAL Meetings - About Privacy & Security No
Apr. 24, 2020 Add:  VIRTUAL Meetings - View Reference Guides No
Apr. 02, 2020 Add:  District 22B Newsletter March 2020 No
   - MARCH  2020 -   
Mar. 27, 2020 MEMORIAL PDG Lion Darley Travers - Hebron Lions Club No
Mar. 24, 2020 CANCELED:  May 11, 2020 Multiple Dist, 22 Convention No
Mar. 20, 2020 CANCELED:  June 26, 2020 International Convention No
Mar. 16, 2020 UPDATE: 4th Cab-Mtg moved from Apr. 5th to 26th  Virtual ? No
Mar. 13, 2020 MEMORIAL Lion Donald Speakman - Queenstown Lions Club No
Mar. 13, 2020 CANCELLED:  Leader Dog Dinners-  March 27 & 28, 2020 No
   - FEBRUARY  2020 -   
Feb. 21, 2020 Update: Leader Dog  Dinners-  March 27 and 28, 2020 No
Feb. 07, 2020 MEMORIAL  Lion Fran Hammond - Rising Sun Lions Club No
   - JANUARY  2020 -   
Jan. 31 2020 Update: Update District Social  -  March 07, 2020 No
Jan. 31 2020 Update: Ocean City Lioness Auction & Dinner Mar. 03, 2020 No
Jan. 31 2020 Add:  District 22B Newsletter January 2020 No
Jan. 23 2020 Update:  District 22B MyLion User Manual No
   - DECEMBER  2019 -   
Dec. 31 2019 Add:  District 22B Newsletter Nov. & Dec. 2019 No
   - NOVEMBER  2019 -   
Nov. 24 2019 Add:  NEW District 22B MyLion User Manual No
Nov. 22 2019 MEMORIAL PDG William Culver - Princess Anne Lions Club No
Nov. 20 2019 Add:  MD22 Lions Leadership Institute - Feb. 28, 2020 No
Nov. 05 2019 Add: Financial - Best Practices for Financial Transparency Yes
   - OCTOBER  2019 -   
Oct. 29 2019 Add:  District 22B Newsletter October 2019 No
   - SEPTEMBER  2019 -   
Sep. 29 2019 Add:  District 22B Newsletter September 2019 No
Sep. 02 2019 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter July-Aug. 2019 No
   - AUGUST  2019 -   
Aug. 09 2019 Event: Visit to Leader Dog in Rochester MI  Sep 25-2019 No
Aug. 04 2019 Add:  Int'l President Dr. Jung-Yul Choi's  Theme & photo No
Aug. 02 2019 Add:  District 22B Roster Book - 2019-2020 Edition Yes
   - JULY  2019 -   
July 09 2019 Event: District 22B Banner Transfer Mtg Flyer - Aug 04, 2019 No
July 07 2019 Update: 2019-20 District Governor's web page No
July 07 2019 Update: 2019-20 Cabinet Officer Contact Information No
   - JUNE  2019 -   
June 30 2019 Event: Multiple Dist. 22 - LYF BINGO FUNDRAISER 7-27-19 No
June 30 2019 Event: LCI Faculty Development Institute Training 1-18-20 No
June 13 2019 MEMORIAL PDG Lion Daniel Graham - Elkton Lions No
   - MAY  2019 -   
May 27 2019 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletters Apr-May 2019 No
   - APRIL  2019 -   
Apr. 19 2019 Add:  Dist22B Treasurers Report   Apr. 14, 2019 Yes
Apr. 19 2019 Add:  Dist22B Cabinet Meeting Minutes   Apr. 14 2019 Yes
Apr. 18 2019 MEMORIAL Lion Lin Davis - Allen Lions No
Apr. 06 2019 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter March 2019 No
   - MARCH  2019 -   
Mar. 15 2019 MEMORIAL Lion Billie B. Truitt - Hebron Lions No
Mar. 01 2019 Add:  Newsletter February 2018 No
   - FEBRUARY  2019 -    
Feb. 26 2019 Add:  Dist22B Treasurers Report   Feb, 17 2019 Yes
Feb. 26 2019 Add:  Dist22B Cabinet Meeting Minutes   Feb. 17 2019 Yes
Feb. 06 2019 MEMORIAL Lion Harry T. Ford Sr. - Allen Lions No
Feb. 02 2019 Add:  Newsletter January 2019 No
   - JANUARY  2019 -   
Jan. 08 2019 Event: Dist22B Social Registration Form - March 2, 2019 No
Jan. 08 2019 Updated: Easy to follow MYLION Startup Instructions No
Jan. 04 2019 Correction: District Leader Dog Dinners - March 22 & 23 No
Jan. 04 2019 Event: District 22B Social - March 2, 2019 No
Jan. 04 2019 Add:  Newsletter December 2018 No
   - DECEMBER  2018 -   
Dec. 19 2018 MEMORIAL Lion James E. Shockley - Salisbury Lions No
Dec. 04 2018 Add:   Newsletter November 2018 No
Dec. 04 2018 Add:  Dist22B Treasurers Report   Nov 17, 2018 Yes
Dec. 04 2018 Add:  Dist22B Cabinet Meeting Minutes   Nov 18, 2018 Yes
   - NOVEMBER  2018 -    
Nov. 27 2018 Add: LVRF Annual Meeting Minutes & Report 11-17-2018 No
Nov. 26 2018 Event: MD 22 LIONS INSTITUTE  3-15 thru 3-17 2019 No
Nov. 26 2018 Event: District 22B LIONS CHRISTMAS PARTY 12-11-18 No
Nov. 26 2018 Event: Salisbury Metro Lions Christmas Auction 12-03-18 No
Nov. 12 2018 Add: Dist 22B Charitable Foundation Funding Request form No
Nov. 02 2018 MEMORIAL Lion Bert Stratchan - Salisbury Metro Lions No
   - OCTOBER  2018 -    
Oct. 30 2018 Add:  Newsletter October 2018 No
Oct. 30 2018 Update:  District 22B Roster Book - 2018-2019 Edition Yes
Oct. 24 2018 No
   - SEPTEMBER  2018 -    
Sept 29 2018 Event: Rising Sun Lions Christmas Raffle 12-07-18 No
Sept 29 2018 Event: Update LVRF ROUND-UP @ Wilmer 11-17-18 No
Sept 29 2018 Event: Update Crisfield Lioness Auction & Dinner 11-13-18 No
Sept 29 2018 Event: Update Allen 59th Annual Beef Dinner 11-11-18 No
Sept 29 2018 Event: Update LVRF Dinner at Georgetown 11-10-18 No
Sept 29 2018 Event: Rising Sun Lions Breakfast 10-07-18 No
Sept 29 2018 Add:  Newsletter September 2018 No
Sept 25 2018 Event: Trappe Lions Special BBQ Fundraiser 9-29-18 No
Sept 19 2018 MEMORIAL Lion Paul D. Elwood - Rising Sun Lions No
Sept 16 2018 Update:  2018-2019 District 22B Organization Chart No
Sept 04 2018 Update:  Pending Club Anniversaries List for FY2018-2019 No
   - AUGUST  2018 -    
Aug. 31 2018 Add: 2018 Governor's Awards No
Aug. 31 2018 Add:  Newsletter August 2018 No
Aug. 26 2018 Add: 2018 Aim for Sight Flyers -  Sep. 29 & Oct. 13, 2018 No
Aug. 19 2018 Add:  Lions Centennial Highlights video No
Aug. 11 2018 Add:  Dist22B Cabinet Meeting Minutes   Aug 05, 2018 Yes
Aug. 11 2018 Update: 2018-19 Cabinet Officer Contact Information No
Aug. 03 2018 Add:  District 22B Roster Book - 2018-2019 Edition Yes
Aug. 03 2018 Add:  Dist22B Cabinet Meeting Minutes   May 09, 2018 Yes
Aug. 01 2018 Add:  Newsletter pt1 pt2 July 2018 No
   - JULY  2018 -    
July 30 2018 Update: 2018 Banner Xfer Mtg. Registration - Aug 19, 2018 No
July 24, 2018 Update: 2018 USA/Canada Forum Info.  -  Sept 20, 2018 No
July 22, 2018 Add:  Int'l President Gudrun Yngvadottir's  Theme & photo No
July 22, 2018 Update: 2018-19 District Governor's web page No
July 09, 2018 Add:  Newsletter June 2018 No
   - JUNE  2018 -    
Jun. 29, 2018 Update: 2018-19 Cabinet Officer Contact Information No
Jun. 05, 2018 MEMORIAL Lion Lynn M. Melfa - Rising Sun Lions No
   - MAY  2018 -    
May 31, 2018 Add:  Newsletter May 2018 No
   - APRIL  2018 -    
Apr. 30, 2018 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter for Apr. 2018 Yes
Apr. 29, 2018 MEMORIAL Lioness Anna Hales - Ocean City Lioness No
Apr. 29, 2018 MEMORIAL Lioness Louise Villani - Ocean City Lioness No
Apr. 29, 2018 MEMORIAL Lion Robert Embert - Cecilton Lions No
Apr. 29, 2018 MEMORIAL Lion John Futty - North East Lions No
Apr. 29, 2018 MEMORIAL Lion Harold Haltman - Willlards Lions No
Apr. 29, 2018 MEMORIAL Lion Raymond White - Willards Lions No
Apr. 22, 2018 MEMORIAL Lion H. Warren Burr - Easton Lions No
Apr. 07, 2018 Add:  District 22B Cabinet Meeting MINUTES for Nov. 2017 Yes
Apr. 03, 2018 Add:  District 22B LION MENTORING Guides Yes
Apr. 03, 2018 Add:  District 22B OFFICER TRAINING Guides Yes
Apr. 03, 2018 Add:  Newsletter for Mar. 2018 Yes
   - MARCH  2018 -    
Mar. 29, 2018 Add:  PDG Wayne A. Cole is 1st Vice Dist. Governor  No
   - FEBRUARY  2018 -    
Feb. 27, 2018 Add:  Newsletter for Feb. 2018 Yes
   - JANUARY  2018 -   
Jan. 30, 2018 Add:  Creat a FREE Website for your Club   Plan & Execute Yes
Jan. 26, 2018 Add:  Newsletter for Jan. 2018 Yes
Jan. 26, 2018 Add:  Promotional VIDEO for the MyLion Mobile App No
Jan. 23, 2018 Update:  Dist. Gov. AWARDS CHECKLIST  For 2017-2018 Yes
   - DECEMBER  2017 -    
Dec. 27, 2017 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter for Dec. 2017 Yes
Dec. 23, 2017 Add:  2017 Dist-22B Peace Poster Contest Winner No
Dec. 1, 2017 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter for Nov. 2017 Yes
   - NOVEMBER  2017 -    
Nov. 30, 2017 MEMORIAL PDG James T. Pippin Sr. - Millington Lions No
   - OCTOBER  2017 -    
Oct. 24, 2017 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter for Oct. 2017 Yes
   - SEPTEMBER  2017 -    
Sep. 27, 2017 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter for Sept. 2017 Yes
Sep. 05, 2017 Add:  MyLion App - Download, Install & Register TODAY! No
   - AUGUST  2017 -    
Aug. 25, 2017 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter for Aug 2017 Yes
Aug. 24, 2017 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter for July 2017 Yes
   - JULY  2017 -    
July 30, 2017 Add:  District 22B Roster Book - 2017-2018 Edition Yes
   - JUNE  2017 -    
Jun. 30, 2017 Add:  Shining Moment photos for May thru June No
Jun. 29, 2017 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter for June 2017 Yes
Jun. 25, 2017 Add:  Awards/Recognition from the 2017 MD22 Convention No
Jun. 25, 2017 Add:  Clubs with multiples of 5yr Anniversaries in 2017-18 No
Jun. 24, 2017 MEMORIAL Lion Edward D. Harrison - Trappe Lions No
Jun. 12, 2017 MEMORIAL Lion James E. Powell Jr. - Rising Sun Lions No
Jun. 12, 2017 Add:  Shining Moment photos for Apr. thru May No
Jun. 2, 2017 Update:  2017-18 DG Visitation Schedule & 22B Calendar No
   - MAY  2017 -    
May 27, 2017 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter for May 2017 Yes
May 14, 2017 Add:  New Clubs on Healthcare Equipment Participant List No
May 13, 2017 Add:  Dist22B Cabinet Meeting Minutes   April 30, 2017  Yes
May 13, 2017 Add:  Dist22B Treasurer's Report   April 30, 2017 Yes
May 8, 2017 Add:  Shining Moment photos for Mar. thru Apr. No
May 3, 2017 MEMORIAL Lion William H. Buttrill - Sudlersville Lions No
May 3, 2017 MEMORIAL Lion Leary Stevens - Pokomoke City Lions No
May 3, 2017 MEMORIAL Lion Robert Sterling - Marion Lions No
May 3, 2017 MEMORIAL Lion Kathy Psota - Hebron Lions No
May 3, 2017 MEMORIAL Lion Frank M. Tull - Federalsburg Lions No
May 3, 2017 MEMORIAL Lion Stephen Webster - Deal Il-Chance Lions No
May 3, 2017 MEMORIAL Lion Robert T. Evans - Crisfield Lions No
May 3, 2017 MEMORIAL Lion James Eberhart - Marion Lions No
May 3, 2017 MEMORIAL Lion George Hipkins - Port Deposit Lions No
May 3, 2017 MEMORIAL Lion Nellie Hipkins - Port Deposit Lions No
May 3, 2017 MEMORIAL Lion Gary Shields Sr. - Rock Hall Lions No
   - APRIL  2017 -    
Apr. 30, 2017 Update:  May 13th Princess Anne Lions - Sam Boston Golf No
Apr. 30, 2017 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter April 2017 Yes
Apr. 26, 2017 Add:  Dist22B Cabinet Mtg Minutes   February 05, 2017 Yes
Apr. 26, 2017 Add:  Dist22B Treasurer's Report   February 05, 2017 Yes
Apr. 24, 2017 MEMORIAL Lion John Griffith Jr - Salisbury Lions No
Apr. 20, 2017 Update:  District 22B Cabinet Mtg. #4 now on April 30th No
   - MARCH  2017 -    
Mar. 27, 2017 Add:  North Caroline H, S. LEO Club to D22B Clubs Listing No
Mar. 27, 2017 Update:  Clubs providing Healthcare Equipment Services No
Mar. 27, 2017 Add:  Shining Moment photos for Feb. thru Mar. No
Mar. 27, 2017 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter for Mar 2017 Yes
Mar. 9, 2017 Add:  Shining Moment photos for Jan. thru Feb. No
   - FEBRUARY  2017 -    
Feb. 24, 2017 MEMORIAL Lion Thomas Coughlin Sr - Cambridge Lions No
Feb. 23, 2017 MEMORIAL PDG Lion Louetta Pryor - Salisbury Metro No
Feb. 19, 2017 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter for Feb 2017 Yes
   - JANUARY  2017 -   
Jan. 24, 2017 MEMORIAL Lion Iris Jewell - Millington No
Jan. 24, 2017 MEMORIAL Lion Lawrence Rockwell - Galena No
Jan. 24, 2017 MEMORIAL Lion Eugene Jones - Hebron No
Jan. 24, 2017 MEMORIAL Lion Larry Schlissler - Ocean City No
Jan. 24, 2017 MEMORIAL Lion John Ullrich Sr. - Berlin No
Jan. 24, 2017 MEMORIAL Lion Theodore Lizas - Ocean City No
Jan. 24, 2017 MEMORIAL Lion Justin Pearce - Cecilton No
Jan. 24, 2017 MEMORIAL Lion John Upp - Cecilton No
Jan. 24, 2017 Add:  Shining Moment photos for Dec. thru Jan. No
Jan. 24, 2017 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter for Jan 2017 Yes
Jan. 16, 2017 MEMORIAL PDG Lion Raymond L. Swadley - Easton No
Jan. 16, 2017 MEMORIAL Lion Denver Moore Jr. - Pittsville No
   - DECEMBER  2016 -    
Dec. 26, 2016 Add:  D22B Website QR Codes - Scanable Access Images Yes
Dec. 25, 2016 Add:  Shining Moment photos for Nov. thru Dec. No
Dec. 23, 2016 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter for Dec 2016 No
Dec. 21, 2016 Add:  LCIF Financial Statement Audit  October 12, 2016  Yes
Dec. 21, 2016 Add:  LCIF Annual Reports  2007 through 2015  Yes
Dec. 20, 2016 Add:  Dist22B Cabinet Mtg Minutes   November 20, 2016  Yes
Dec. 20, 2016 Add:  Dist22B Treasurer's Report   November 20, 2016 Yes
Dec. 7, 2016 MEMORIAL for Lion Robert E. Middleton - Queenstown No
   - NOVEMBER  2016 -    
Dec. 1, 2016 Add:  Shining Moment photos for  Oct. thru Nov. No
Nov. 24, 2016 Add:  2015 & 2016 Dist-22B Peace Poster Contest Winners No
Nov. 24, 2016 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter for Nov 2016 No
Nov. 10, 2016 MEMORIAL for PDG Lion Bill Stark - Allen MD/Millsboro DE No
Nov. 2, 2016 Add:  LEADER DOG needs Puppy Raisers - More Info  here No
   - OCTOBER  2016 -    
Oct. 25, 2016 Add:  Shining Moment photos for  Sep. thru Oct. No
Oct. 25, 2016 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter for Oct 2016 Yes
Oct. 25, 2016 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter for Sept 2016 Yes
Oct. 17, 2016 MEMORIAL for Lion R. Quincy Blevins Jr.- W.Side Wicomico  No
Oct. 7, 2016 MEMORIAL for PDG Lion Ken R. MacClelland - Galena  No
   - SEPTEMBER  2016 -    
Sep. 24, 2016 MEMORIAL for Lion Bill Brown - Hurlock No
Sep. 24, 2016 Add:  Shining Moment photos for  July thru Sep. No
Sep. 23, 2016 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter for Jul/Aug 2016. Yes
Sep. 10, 2016 Add:  District 22B Roster Book - 2016-2017 Edition Yes
   - AUGUST  2016 -    
Aug. 16, 2016 Update:  District Governor's Visitation Schedule No
   - JULY  2016 -    
July 21, 2016 Add:  International President Bob Corlew's Theme Brochure No
July 17, 2016 Add:  Expanded Newsletters section  to include 2016-17 Yes
July 17, 2016 Update: Photo Gallery 2016-17 Int'l Pres. and his Theme No
July 5, 2016 Add:  Greensboro Lions to Healthcare Equipment Project No
July 1, 2016 No
July 1, 2016 No
July 1, 2016 No
   - JUNE  2016 -    
Jun. 20, 2016 Add:  Shining Moment photos for  May and June No
Jun. 20, 2016 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter for June 2016 Yes
Jun. 6, 2016 Add:  Awards/Recognition from the 2016 MD22 Convention No
   - MAY  2016 -    
May 26, 2016 Add:  Shining Moment photos for  Apr and May No
May 21, 2016 Add:  Salisbury PRIDE Club - New to District Clubs Page No
May 21, 2016 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter for May 2016 Yes
May 10, 2016 NEW:  Easy & FREE Lions Club websites -LEARN  -APPLY No
May  6, 2016 Add:  LIONS VISION Newsletter Archive among LVRF links  No
   - APRIL  2016 -    
Apr. 24, 2016 MEMORIAL for Lion Richard Pagella Sr. - Chestertown No
Apr. 24, 2016 Add:  Shining Moment photos for  Mar and Apr No
Apr. 21, 2016 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter for Apr 2016 Yes
   - MARCH  2016 -    
Mar.24,2016 Add:  Hearing Aid Recycling (HARP) to Vision & Sight Projects No
Mar.20, 2016 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter for Mar 2016 Yes
Mar.12, 2016 MEMORIAL for Lion John Cree Eliason - Chestertown  No
Mar.1, 2016 Add:  Shining Moment photos for  Feb and Mar No
   - FEBRUARY  2016 -    
Feb. 21, 2016 Add:  "Do you know ?" section & links to highlight features No
Feb. 20, 2016 Add:  Shining Moment photos for  Jan and Feb No
Feb. 20, 2016 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter for Feb 2016 Yes
Feb. 20, 2016 Add:  Lions Legacy Project brochure, logo and links No
Feb. 20, 2016 MEMORIAL for Lion George H. Kastendike IV - Chestertown No
Feb. 12, 2016 Add:  Dist22B Cabinet Mtg Minutes   Minutes Aug. 9, 2015  Yes
Feb. 12, 2016 Add:  Dist22B Treasurer's Report   Report Aug. 9, 2015 Yes
Feb. 11, 2016 Add:  VDG Ben Cassell to District 22B Cabinet contacts No
Feb. 11, 2016 Add:  Dist22B Cabinet Mtg Minutes   Minutes Feb. 7, 2016  Yes
Feb. 11, 2016 Add:  Dist22B Treasurer's Report   Report Feb. 7, 2016  Yes
Feb. 11, 2016 Add:  Dist22B Cabinet Mtg Minutes   Minutes Nov. 15, 2015  Yes
Feb. 11, 2016 Add:  Dist22B Treasurer's Report   Report Nov. 15, 2015 Yes
Feb. 11, 2016 Add:  Dist22B Cabinet Mtg Minutes   Minutes Apr. 25, 2015 Yes
Feb. 11, 2016 Add:  Dist22B Treasurer's Report   Report Apr. 25, 2015  Yes
Feb. 11, 2016 Add:  Dist22B Cabinet Mtg Minutes  Minutes Feb. 14, 2015 Yes
Feb. 11, 2016 Add:  Dist22B Treasurer's Report  Report Jan. 13, 2015  Yes
   - JANUARY  2016 -   
Jan. 23, 2016 Add:  "Sharing Shining Moment photos" for Jan & Feb No
Jan. 20, 2016 MEMORIAL for Lioness Wanda L. Dero - Ocean City No
Jan. 20, 2016 Add: Shining Moment photos for Dec & Jan No
Jan. 20, 2016 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter for Jan 2016 Yes
Jan. 16, 2016 Add: Dist22B MyLCI Membership  Reports 12-2015 Yes
Jan. 15, 2016 Add:  "Growth & Expansion" LQ Video No
Jan. 14, 2016 Update:  Club & Zone Statistics & Media Use No
Jan. 8, 2016 Update:  District Governor's Visitation Schedule No
Jan. 6, 2016 Add:  D22B Summaries by Club Type & Media Utilization No
Jan. 6, 2016 Update:  Media Links, Projects and Contact Information No
   - DECEMBER  2015 -    
Dec. 21, 2015 MEMORIAL for Lion Beverly S. Blades - Preston No
Dec. 20, 2015 Add: Shining Moment photos for Nov & Dec No
Dec. 20, 2015 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter for Dec 2015 Yes
Dec. 17, 2015 Update:  District Governor's Visitation Schedule No
   - NOVEMBER  2015 -    
Nov.21, 2015 MEMORIAL for Lion Robert L. Schall - Denton No
Nov.20, 2015 Add: Shining Moment photos for Oct & Nov No
Nov.20, 2015 Add: Governor's Message and Newsletter for Nov 2015 Yes
Nov.14, 2015 MEMORIAL for Lion Janet l. Montgomery - Rising Sun No
Nov.12, 2015 Update:  Projects - Engaging Youth - Contests No
   - OCTOBER  2015 -    
Oct. 24, 2015 Add: Shining Moment photos for Sept & Oct No
Oct. 20, 2015 MEMORIAL For PDG Lion James L. McCarty - Betterton No
Oct. 20, 2015 Add:  Important Club TAX Reminder No
Oct. 20 2015 Add:  Reading Action Programs to Youth Projects No
Oct. 20, 2015 Update:  Roster Book Changes  from Newsletter Yes
Oct. 20, 2015 Add: Governor's Message and Newsletter for Oct 2015 Yes
Oct. 2, 2015 Add:  "Knights of the Blind" LQ Video No
   - SEPTEMBER  2015 -    
Sep 21, 2015 Add: Shining Moment photos for Aug & Sep No
Sep 20, 2015 Add: Governor's Message and Newsletter for Sept 2015 Yes
Sep 19, 2015 Add:  Multiples of 5th Yr Club Anniversaries to Calendar No
Sep 18, 2015 Update:  many Calendar entries, dates, details & flyers No
   - AUGUST  2015 -    
Aug 20, 2015 No
Aug 19, 2015 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter for Aug 2015 Yes
Aug 19, 2015
No
Aug 13, 2015
Yes
Aug 7, 2015
No
Aug 7, 2015
No
   - JULY  2015 -    
Jul 20, 2015
No
Jul 20, 2015
No
Jul 20, 2015
No
Jul 20, 2015 Add:  Governor's Message and Newsletter for July 2015 Yes
Jul 15, 2015
No
Jul 15, 2015
No
Jul 15, 2015
No

 



 

Do You Know -
about these features on our website and how to use them?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

Do you know that we've made it easy for you to Identify and Review the most recent updates and additions to our website?

Here's how:

1.  Click on "What's New?" at the top of the Home Page and you will be taken to our "What's New?" section, where all recent changes are listed in descending chronological sequence.

2.  Once there, you can select any of the listed changes to go directly to the page or section where the change was made, or to open and view the new or changed document that is being referred to.  

Pay particular attention to the value in the "Login Req" column.  If it contains "No", a login is not required for you to view the changed or new information; however, if it contains "Yes", you must be logged-in before you can access and view the new or changed information. 

 
  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 
 

 Do you know that if you are a member of a Lions, Lioness or LEO Club within District 22B, YOU have access to the MEMBER PAGES of this website?  (requires your login)

Here's how:

1.  Go to the Member Login Window and enter your LOGIN information.

Your Username is your Email Address and if you don't know your Password, click on the "Forgot My Password" link at the bottom of the Login Window and follow the on-screen instructions.  

Your Password will be immediately sent to the specified Email Address, provided that the Email Address is in our Member Directory.  

If your Email Address is not within our Member Directory, you will not be able to retreive your Password until you: Have your Email Address added to our Member Directory.

 
  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 
 

 Do you know that if you are a member of a Lions, Lioness or LEO Club within District 22B, you can view any of the most recent FOUR years of District 22B Newsletters on our website?   (requires your login)

Here's how:

1.  Go to the Member Login Window and enter your LOGIN information.

Your Username is your Email Address and if you don't know your Password, you can retrieve it by clicking on the "Forgot My Password" link at the bottom of the Login Window and then simply follow the on-screen instructions.

2.  Once you are logged in, click on the "District Newsletters" link shown in the expanded menu on the left side of the screen to access the District Newsletters page.

3.  Once on the District Newsletters page, you can select any of the four years of Newsletters shown, to read on screen, or if desired, to print all or any part of a Newsletter on your printer.

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 Do you know that if you are a member of a Lions, Lioness or LEO Club within District 22B, you have access to the wealth of information contained on the Member Home page of our website?   (requires your login)

Including:
 
1.  MYLCI Explanation, Registration and Login, for use by Club Secretaries, Treasurers & Presidents
 
2. MYLCI Training Materials for Club Secretaries and Treasurers
 
3. Lions International no cost Training Webinars (including Registration for upcoming webinars and viewable archives of previous webinars)
 
4. Lions Organizational Documents, such as Constitution and ByLaws, Policy and Procedures Manuals and others (also see #12 below)
 
5. Recent Lions International Membership Reports 
 
6.  The entire District 22B Roster Book
 
7. District 22B Cabinet Meeting Minutes and Treasurer Reports
 
8.  Club Self Evaluation Materials
 
9.  Customizable Mentoring Guides for New Club Members
 
10. Club Officer Training materials for Presidents, Secretaries, Treasurers and others
 
11.  Multiple District 22 and sub-district 22A , 22C , 22D , and 22W website links
 
12.  Access to Other Important Items such as:  
Induction Scripts (for Officers & Members),
and more.....
 

 

 



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Successful Club Use REQUIRES the participation of your MyLCI Club Officers.
 
What can you do with MyLion & how can it benefit you and your Club ?
 
Create entries for upcoming Events, Fundraisers or Ongoing Projects
 
Announce & Inform:  Publsh Event Name, Date, Location, Times, Description, Prices, Objectives, including links to more detailed information on your Club's website.  Automatically share this information with every Lion and Lions Club that follows you or your Lions Club on MyLion, by posting announcements on the Newsfeed.
 
Invite & Coordinate:  Ask Members, groups of members or the entire Club to sell tickets, promote, participate and attend the event.  Coordinate work schedules and preparation with the Project Team.
 
Plan & Communicate:  Send text messages, or conduct Chat sessions, with Project Team Members, Club Officers and Club Members.
 
Critique & Improve:  Solicit opinions and suggestions from those who participated or attended.  Address and solve issues with the goal of improving future results.
 
Control:  Specify who can see your communications and events, as well as who can join them.  
 
Share:  Post descriptions, comments and photos of your Events on the News Feed.  Allow our members, other Clubs and your community at large to view the postings. automatically Inform everyone who follows you on MyLion.  Publish upcoming events on Newsfeed to encourage and expand awareness and attendance.
 
Manage: Perform all of the above and more ...
 
 
READ the Chapter 1 instructions of
 
Then Either
Download and Install the App on your mobile device.
       (Android version is available from the Google Play Store
       and the IOS version is available from the Apple App Store)
-OR-
your Internet browser by keying, copying and pasting, or 
simply selecting the following address:
 
NOTE:  The MyLion WEB DOESN'T allow FOLLOWING Activities, Lions, Clubs or Districts and it DOESN'T allow POSTING News Feeds; but MyLion WEB DOES allow creation, editing and reporting of Activities, exchanging MESSAGES with other Lions, and searching for Activities, Lions, Clubs, and Districts.  The MyLion APP allows the user to perform ALL of the above functions on their Mobile Device.
 

 

Get your move on, download, install, register and start using MyLion on your mobile device TODAY!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

Preparing for and Participating in
VIRTUAL MEETINGS
(Most of this information applies to the FreeConferenceCall app
and how to access FCC Meetings; however, some information is also 
provided to assist ZOOM users wanting to access ZOOM meetings.)
 

Introduction to Virtual Meetings: 

Virtual Audio Meetings can be accessed by anyone.  Smart Phones can access a meeting by using internet or Dial-Up connections; and Computers having a headset, or speakers and a microphone, can access a meeting by using Internet connections.  Landline phones (having toll free long distance service) and "dumb" mobile phones can only access a meeting by using a Dial-Up connection.  

Virtual Video Meetings can be accessed through "Internet" Connections by Smart Phones or Computers that have cameras.  Smart Phones can access the Internet using either their phone provider's DATA service or like Computers, they can access the Internet through an internet Service Provider.

There are actually five different ways to join a Free Conference Call (FCC) Virtual Meeting. To learn about each of them, read the: "Five Ways to Join a Virtual Meeting".

Easy to follow preparation instructions are provided for our members, and we are asking each of you to Register and Prepare your devices by following steps #1 through #3 below; however, if you don't intend to host a (Club, Board, Committee or Other) meeting, or if you don't want to be able to see who is attending a meeting, or if you don't want to have the ability to "privately chat" with any of the other members in attendance, you can skip registration and device preparation and go directly to step #4, where you can simply learn How to Participate in Virtual Meetings, without installing Computer Software or Smart Phone APPS, or while using unpreparable devices such as your landline phone or "dumb" mobile phone.  
 
Please be aware that Registered members using Prepared devices will be able to utilize ALL of the Free Conference Call features; AND they will be easily identifiable both when they join and throughout a meeting.  This contrasts with Unregistered members using Unprepared devices who will NOT be able to utilize ALL the features of Free Conference Call; AND who will require special attention to identify them every time they join a meeting.  This is necessary to record attendance and to insure that only Club Members or Invited Guests are admitted and allowed to remain during the meeting.  
 
Unregistered attendees present a Privacy and Security Risk because they can only be identified by a phone number.  Since phone numbers can be "spoofed" by others, or designated as "private or unpublished" by their owners, these participants may not be identifiable during a meeting, or they may only be identifiable by the sound of their voice, when or if they speak.  As a result, Anonymous and Silent Attendees WILL be disconnected if the Host is unable to identify them.
 
 
STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS
Open your Free Conference Call Free Account and prepare your computer or mobile device(s) by following the instructions below.  
 
 
How to PREPARE for Virtual Meetings:

#1: For a Free Converence Call MeetingCLICK HERE to open your FREE account. Do this on your computer prior to the meeting date. When you make this selection, you will be asked to register your Email address and to establish your password.

NOTE: Perform this step to achieve "Full Functionality".  FreeConferenceCall Accounts need to be created only once on each device. You will use the same account to participate in all of our future Virtual meetings or when you Host your own Virtual meetings.

#1a: For ZOOM meetings, instead of FCC meetings, skip to number #3 below:

#2: If attending an FCC meeting: to use your Computer instead of a phone:  For Virtual Audio meetings, your computer needs to have a functioning Internet Connection, and a headset or a Microphone and Speakers; for Virtual Video meetings, a Camera is also needed.  Refer to the Overview and Participant Reference Guide for other system requirements.  

If your Computer meets the preceding requirements, then CLICK HERE to select, download and install the software needed on your computer; Select the download that corresponds to your computer's operating system. The options are: MAC (OSX 10.7 and higher), Windows (7 and higher), and Linux.

#3: To use an Android Phone instead of your computer:  

If using your Android phone to access FCC meetings, prepare your phone by going to the "Google Play Store" and by downloading and installing the free "Free Conference Call" APP.  

If using your Android Phone to access ZOOM meetings, prepare your phone by going to the Google Play Store and by downloading and installing the free "Zoom" App.
 

-or- To use an IPhone instead of your computer:   

If using your IPhone, to access FCC meetiings, prepare your phone by going to the "Apple App Store" and by downloading and installing the free "Free Conference Call" App.  

If using your IPhone to access ZOOM meetings, prepare your phone by going to the "Apple App Store" and by downloading and installing the free "Zoom" App.

 

How to PARTICIPATE in Virtual Meetings:

#4: Review the Overview and Participant Reference Guide in order to expand your knowledge and understanding.

#5: Prior to the meeting, an Invitation Email will be sent to you by the Meeting HOST, the District Governor or the Cabinet Secretary.  It will contain all of the CONFIDENTIAL Information that you will need to JOIN the Meeting.  Please DO NOT republish or share this information with anyone who is not a member of your Lions Club.

#6: Join the FCC or ZOOM Meeting approximately 5 to 10 minutes prior to the meeting's start time.  

To join an FCC Meeting using your computer, select this address: "https://www.freeconferencecall.com/" and once on the signup page, select "Join".  Then enter the online meeting ID that was provided by the meeting host; or you may be able to click on the meeting link if one was provided in the Email from the meeting host. 

To join a ZOOM Meeting using your computer, select this address "https://www.zoom.us/join" and once on the login page, enter the member ID; or click on the meeting link that was provided in the Email from the meeting host.

 

 

 

PRIVACY and SECURITY Considerations:

Review Privacy and Security Considerations and FCC's Security Measures Memo in order to safely use a Virtual Meeting to conduct Club Meetings of any type.

 

GUIDES for Free Conference Call (FCC):

1.  User FCC Overview and Setup Guide

2.  FCC PARTICIPANT Reference Guide

3.  FCC HOST Reference Guide

4.  FCC FULL Overview & Reference Guide

 

Are you ready for Virtual Meetings?

When you have successfully registered for your FCC Free Conference Call Account and when you have been successful in installing the FCC software on your computer OR successful in installing the FCC APP on either your Android or IPhone mobile devices, PLEASE Notify us by completing and sending an automated Email using the following link:

Click here: Yes I'm ready for Virtual Meetings

 



 
Web Service Credits and Disclosures 
 
Lions District 22B would like to thank Lions Clubs International and LionNet International Administrators for making LionNet and e-district web services available to all Lions Districts worldwide.  This site's content is designed and maintained by District 22B and hosted without charge by Lions Clubs International.  Links to other websites are provided for reference and research only.  Neither Lions District 22B nor Lions Clubs International endorse, control or guarantee the content of any third party website.   
 
If you have questions or comments about this website, please e-mail them to our Webmaster .

 

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District Governor's Message: 

- May 2021 -
(click on the following message to enlarge image for easier reading)
 
Fellow Lions,
 
         (republished from the District 22B Newsletter) 

(To view previous messages & newsletters, LOGIN to the Member Pages.)

 
 


 



Schedules and Calendars:

 
 
Governor's Official Visitation Schedule
from the 22B Cabinet Secretary and/or District Newsletter)
 
 
(from the District Newsletter, Club Websites and other sources)
 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Requests to Zone Chairpersons:

1.)  COMMUNICATE WITH YOUR CLUBS:  Assist your member clubs to achieve their goals.  Monitor their successes and help with their struggles.  Always look for ways to help them grow and improve.  Report details to the District Officers at the regularly scheduled Cabinet Meetings.  Refer to the Zone Chairpersons Manual for guidance and ideas and ask the Vice District Governors or myself for suggestions or assistance whenever needed.

 

 
 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




Requests to District Clubs:

1.)  ANNOUNCE CHARTER ANNIVERSARIES:  If your club will be celebrating a charter anniversary that is devisable by five (e.g.. 5th, 10th, 15th... 35th, 50th, etc), please notify me by Email.  I would  like to attend as many of your celebrations as my schedule will permit.

2.)  DEFINE AND EXPAND MEMBERSHIP GOALS:  I'm encouraging every District 22B Club to embrace the ASK1 theme which will expand our membership.  Set membership growth goals and encourage all of your members to "Ask" someone to become a new Lions Club Member.  You will be surprised how many people will accept your invitation.

3.)  PERFORM THE CEP PROCESS: I'm encouraging every club to undertake the Club Excellence process, starting with completion of The Blueprint for a Stronger Club

4.)   ESTABLISH A LOCAL CLUB COORDINATOR FOR THE LIONS LOW VISION REHABILITATION NETWORK: to be responsible for recruiting and maintaining a list of local Lions that could serve as interviewers and direct services volunteers for LOVRNET.  (Refer to our April 2016 Newsletter Governor's message for additional details.)

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Requests to District Lions:

 
1.)  EMBRACE THE "ASK 1" PROGRAM:   The program asks every Lion to invite at least one new member to join their Club.  Below you will find the "Ask1" logo and a video that has been produced by Lions International to encourage you to participate.  Please view the video and then increase your Club's membership by participating in the "Ask 1" program.
 
The 2015 "Ask1" New Member Campaign
   
Campaign Logo   Introductory Video
 
 
 
 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Shining Moment Photo Album:
  
 A Collection of District 22B CLUB Activity Photos
 
Please share Photos & Stories of your Club Events and Activities.
Thank you !
 
Moments from:
May thru June 2017
(Click on any photo for ENLARGED view)
2017 Convention Photos
(none provided)
2017 Awards Photos
(none provided)
Federalsburg Lions:  Frog Fest Workers
Federalsburg Lions:  Frog Fest Kiddie Train Cars
Federalsburg Lions:  Frog Fest Boats
Greensboro Lions:  Marty Gangemi Memorial Car Show awards to be given
Greensboro Lions: Marty Gangemi Memorial Car Show Award Winner
Greensboro Lions: Marty Gangemi Memorial Car Show Award Winner
Rising Sun Lions:  2017-18 Officers after Installation performed by PDG Oakley Sumpter of the Perryville Lions Club
Rising Sun Lions:  Selling 50/50 Sunfest Raffle and Summer Raffle chances during Rising Sun Sunfest
Rising Sun Lions:  Accepting donations for VISION DAY at Sunfest
Rising Sun Lions:  Lions with Coffee Pot and banner prior to Sunfest Parade
Moments from:
Apr. thru May. 2017
(Click on any photo for ENLARGED view)
Easton Lions:  Scholarship Presentation Ceremony performed by Club President Jim Robertson (center).
Easton Lions:  Diabetes Tour de Cure
Rising Sun Lions:  Scholarship Presentation Ceremony performed by Lion Paul Elwood (right) and 2016 President Gem Gibney (right center).
Rising Sun Lions:  Lions with Coffee Pot and banner prior to Little League Parade
Moments from:
Mar. thru Apr. 2017
(Click on any photo for ENLARGED view)
Easton Lions - presenting a donation to Channel Marker, Inc.
Easton Lions - making a donation to Jeff Hawkins representing Leader Dogs for the Blind
22B Leader Dog Dinner - Guest of Honor Jeff Hawkins speaking at the dinner meeting.
22B Leader Dog Dinner - Jeff Hawkins with his Leader Dog "Gracie" and PDG Wayne Cole.
Federalsburg Lions - Clearing trash along Marshy Creek, the marina and basketball courts on Earth Day
Federalsburg Lions - Clearing trash along Marshy Creek, the marina and basketball courts on Earth Day
Moments from:
Feb. thru Mar. 2017
(Click on any photo for ENLARGED view)
Cambridge Lions - donating to WHCP for radio receivers for blind or disabled persons.
Easton Lions - donating to Boy Scout Troop
Ocean City Lions & Lioness - collecting used eyeglasses for Recycle for Sight
Rising Sun Lions - preparing to host Resident Bingo at Calvert Manor
Rising Sun Lions - with the winner of their Lions Peace Poster Contest
Moments from:
Jan. thru Feb. 2017
(Click on any photo for ENLARGED view)
Easton Lions - donating to Ag. & Ed. Center and UMD 4H Clubs
Easton Lions - donating to Care Pack Organization
Easton Lions - donating to St. Vincent De Paul Society
Easton Lions - donating to the Chesapeake Center
Easton Lions - being presented with Leader Dog Founder Awards
Easton Lions - Lion Kurt Grumbach receiving the LVRF Pyramid Award from FVDG Jeff Beever
Ocean City Lioness - celebrating their 40th Anniversary
Rising Sun Lions - collecting food for area Food Banks
Salisbury PRIDE Lions - showing their Club's Art Creations
Salisbury PRIDE Lions - meeting at Calloway St. Gym
Moments from:
Dec. 2016 - Jan. 2017
(Click on any photo for ENLARGED view)
Charitable Foundation - Senior Boys All Star Soccer Game
Charitable Foundation - Senior Girls All Star Soccer Game
Marydel, Greenwood, Denton & Ridgely Lions - 2016 Peace Poster Contest Winners
Ridgely Lions - 2016 Peace Poster Contest Winners
Ridgely Lions - 2016 Santa Chase Winners with Santa
Rising Sun Lions - New Lion Anthony Mattern with sponsor Lion Ellen Lucas
Moments from:
Nov. thru Dec. 2016
(Click on any photo for ENLARGED view)
Federalsburg Lions - Christmas Parade
Federalsburg Lions - Christmas Parade
Federalsburg Colonel Richardson High LEO Club - receiving their Club's official banner
Federalsburg Lions - with Santa Clause
Greensboro Lions - Donald Benton receiving 20 year service chevron.
Greensboro Lions - George Weaver receiving 35 year service chevron.
Greensboro Lions - John Laddbush receiving 10 year chevron
Greensboro Lions - Kevin Barnes receiving 15 year chevron
Greensboro Lions - Ronald Benton receiving 20 year service chevron.
Hurlock Lions - Donations to Hurlock, Vienna and Warwick Elementary Schools
Ridgely Lions & North Caroline LEO - working at Car Show
Ridgely Lions & North Caroline LEO - working at Car Show
Moments from:
Oct. thru Nov. 2016
(Click on any photo for ENLARGED view)
LVRF Rally at Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute
LVRF Dinner in Fruitland
Cecilton Lions - New Member Lions Suzanne Berting, Shannon Bertino and Gary Beattie

 

Easton Lions - DG Ben Cassell presenting a Knights of the Blind Award to Lion Gary Moulchin
Easton Lions - Lion Ed Wildasin welcoming Lion Mike Kiko as new member to the Club
Federalsburg Lions - preparing Christmas Decorations
Federalsburg Lions - showing their decorated Christmas Tree
Kent Island Lions - Candy Day with Lions Jim Miller, and Pat Goss (photo by Lion Carol Schoonover)
Rising Sun Lions - at 2016 Rising Sun Chamber of Commerce Health Fair
Rising Sun Lions - Kids Sight Vision Screening at Rising Sun Elementary School
Rising Sun Lions - Vision Day held at Union Hospital Ladies Auxiliary Bazaar in the Barn event.
Moments from:
Sept. thru Oct. 2016
(Click on any photo for ENLARGED view)
Easton Lions - Making a contribution to Pickering Creek Mission
Easton Lions - Preparing Weekend Care Packs for needy children
Federalsburg Lions - Held a Luxury Purse Bingo fundraising event
Federalsburg Lions - patrons at their Luxury Purse Bingo fundraiser
 
Greensboro Lions - Enjoying some relaxation at a Shorebirds game August 28, 2016
Rising Sun Lions - DG Ben Cassell VDG Jeff Beever and PDG Dal Mann with Zone and Club Officers during their visit.
Rising Sun Lions - New Lions Gary and Tracy Cullum, sponsored by Lion Charles Blanford and inducted by DG Ben Cassell.
(New Club) Salisbury PRIDE Lions - at their Charter Meeting October 8, 2016 with several District Officers in attendance.
(New Club) Salisbury PRIDE Lions October 8, 2016 Charter Members signing their Club Charter.
(New Club) Salisbury PRIDE Lions October 8, 2016 Charter Members signing their Club Charter.
Moments from:
July thru Sept. 2016
(Click on any photo for ENLARGED view)
Easton Lions - Kids Sight screening crew.
Easton Lions - Kids Sight Screening with some of the youth who were screened.
Greensboro & Ridgely Lions - make a donation to Caroline Cougars Football Team and Cheerleaders
Federalsburg Lions - Duck Derby Crew
Lions Youth Foundation meeting attendees.
Easton Lions - 2016-17 Officer Installation
Greensboro Lions - with Little Miss Greensboro riding on the float in the July 4th parade
Greensboro Lions - July 4th Celebration and Kids Games 
Greensboro Lions - Ryan the Lion with group of admirers at July 4th celebration.
 
Federalsburg Lions - Duck Derby Train
Moments from:
May & June 2016
(Click on any photo for ENLARGED view)
2015-2016 DG Wayne Cole - having some fun during the Multiple District 22 Convention
VDG Jeff Beever - receiving the Leadership Award from IP Dr. Jitsuhiro Yamada at the Multiple District 22 Convention
PCC John Lawrence - receiving his Appreciation Award from IP Dr. Jitsuhiro Yamada at the Multiple District 22 Convention
PDG Joe Wood Sr. - receiving his Appreciation Award from IP Dr. Jitsuhiro Yamada at the Multiple District 22 Convention
Lion Colleen Chamberlain - receiving her Appreciation Award from IP Dr. Jitsuhiro Yamada at the Multiple District 22 Convention.
Lion Carol Schoonover - receivimg her Appreciation Award from IP Dr. Jitshiro Yamada at the Multiple District 22 Convention.
2015-2016 DG Wayne Cole - receiving his Arnal Patz Award at the Federalsburg Lions Club Meeting
Cecilton Lions - selling raffle tickets at the Cecil County Fair
 
Easton Lions - granted four scholarships to Easton area students.

Easton Lions - presenting Lion Jim Daffin with a Melvin Jones Fellowship Award.

Greensboro Lions - at their Marty Gangemi Memorial Car Show
Greensboro Lions - at their Marty Gangemi Memorial Car Show
Marydel Lions - PDG Joe Wood Sr. installing Marydel 2016-2017 Officers at Dover Downs Hotel
Marydel Lions - Lion John Tucker receiving his Darley Travers Fellowship Award.
Marydel Lions - presenting a Certificate of Appreciation to Goldsboro Fire Company. 
Rising Sun Lions - participating in the Rising Sun Sunfest parade.
Rising Sun Lions - selling 50-50 Raffle Tickets at the Rising Sun Sunfest Celebration.
Rising Sun Lions - recognizing the Rising Sun Middle School Peace Poster Contest winner.
Rising Sun Lions - making a donation to the Tome School and Promise in Sight Campaign to assist with their Nicaragua trip for eye care.
Ridgely Lions - showing the Boy Scouts carrying the Ridgely Lions banner in the Strawberry Festival parade.
Greensboro Lions - in the Strawberry Festival parade,  towing their float with the winners of the Little Miss Greensboro contast onboard.
Kent Island Lions - selling raffle tickets at the Strawberry Festival.
Suddlersville Lions - selling raffle tickets at the Strawberry Festival.

 

Denton Lions - selling chicken fingers and french fries at the Strawberry Festival.
Ridgely Lions - manning a refreshment booth at the Strawberry Festival.
Ridgely Lions - selling strawberry shortcake at the Strawberry Festival.
Ridgely Lions - runners and walkers start the Strawberry Chase 5k event.
Ridgely Lions - presents the proceeds of the Strawberry Chase 5k to the Ronald McDonald House.
Moments from:
Apr. & May 2016
(Click on any photo for ENLARGED view)
Easton Lions - presented a donation to Pickering Creek Audubon Society.
Easton Lions - presented a donation to Tour de Cure for Diabetes.
Perryville Lions - Held an Arbor day celebration at Charlestown Elementary School.
Easton High School LEOs - Recently held an Autism Awareness and Acceptance Campaign.
Moments from:
Mar. & Apr. 2016
(Click on any photo for ENLARGED view)
Cecilton Lions - showing some of the 9,700 pairs of shoes they have collected in their Operation Footsteps.
Cecilton Lions - supply a therapy dog to provide joy to "shut-ins".
Easton Lions - performing Kids Sight Vision Screening for TCPS Pre-K students.
Greensboro Lions - held their annual Easter Egg Hunt on March 26th.
Greensboro Lions - held their Little Miss Greensboro pageant on April 1, 2016
Greensboro Lions - held their Little League Opening Day Chicken Barbeque
Rising Sun Lions - participated in the Rising Sun Little League Parade April 16, 2016.

Rising Sun Lions - held their Kids Sight Vision Screening at RSES on April 14, 2016.

Ridgely Lions - in conjunction with the Ridgely PTA and their "Fuel-Up for 60" program.

Ridgely Lions - Rion the Lion at 5th Annual Ronald McDonald House "Red Shoe Shuffle" event.

Moments from:
Feb. & Mar. 2016
(Click on any photo for ENLARGED view)
Leader Dog Dinner - Lion Pauline Ulrey speaking to attendees about Leader Dog services.
Leader Dog Dinner - Lion Pauline Ulrey and her Leader Dog, "Satch", accepting donations.
Leader Dog Dinner - Lion Pauline Ulrey with her Leader Dog "Satch" going through the serving line.
Leader Dog Dinner - PDG Murray Shores and Lion JD Quillin at the Dinner.

Leader Dog Dinner - Cecilton King Lion Roy Thompson receiving a Certificate of Appreciation from DG Wayne Cole.

District 22B Social - 2015-2016 DG Wayne Cole addressing the audience.
District 22B Social - 2015-2016 DG Wayne Cole presenting a Certificate of Appreciation to Region 4 Zone 1 Chair, Lion Kathy Crockett.
District 22B Social - 2015-2016 DG Wayne Cole presented a picture to PDG Dal Mann.
Easton HS LEOs- Making a food donation to the Neighborhood Service Center.
Easton Lions - Making a donation to Channel Marker, which is an organization that promotes mental health services to individuals and families.
Easton Lions - Making a donation to the Society of St. Vincent DePaul, whose goals include helping people in the community with food and finances.
Rising Sun Lions - Some of their Lions who served an evening meal at the Cecil County Rotating Homeless Shelter at Janes Methodist Church.
Greensboro Lions - Accepting Registrants at their recent Sporting Clay Tournament shooting event. 
Greensboro Lions - with the winning team from their Sporting Clay Tournament.
Moments from:
Jan. & Feb. 2016
(Click on any photo for ENLARGED view)
Easton High School LEOs - members who made 15 bowls to raise money for their feed the hungary project.
Easton Lions - making a donation to the Chesapeake Center help meet the needs of those with various disabilities.
Easton Lions - making a donation to the Easton Little League.
Easton Lions - making a donation to the Easton Volunteer Fire Department.
Easton Lions - making a donation to the Talbot County Paramedic Foundation.
Easton Lions - making a $1,000. donation to the Easton AG and Education Center.
Easton Lions - making a $500. donation to University of Maryland 4H.
Perryville Middle School LEOs - Club Officers and Lion Advisor at their initiation/induction ceremony Jan. 11, 2016. 
Perryville Middle School LEOs - Club members at their initiation and induction ceremony Jan. 11, 2016.
Perryville Lions - Sponsored the winner of both the District 22B and MD22 Peace Poster contest.  A close-up of the poster is shown below in the Nov-Dec photo section.
Rising Sun Lions - 2015-2016 DG Wayne Cole speaking to the Rising Sun Lions  during his Club visit 1-21-2016.
Rising Sun Lions - Cab. Treas. Conrad "Dink" Scurto, Club Sec. Dana Fritts, 2nd Dist. Gov. Jeff Beever, Club Pres. Ellen Lucas, and 2015-2016 District Governor Wayne Cole during the Governor's Club visit 1-21-2016.
Moments from:
Dec. 2015 & Jan. 2016
(Click on any photo for ENLARGED view)
Cambridge Lions - building a power wheelchair access ramp for a young girl who has spina bifida.
Cambridge Lions - setting and straightening the support posts for the ramp.
Cambridge Lions - preparing to bore more bolt holes.
Colonel's LEO Club - holding some of the ten blankets that they made for homeless individuals in their area.
Rising Sun Lions - with Santa following their Dec. 8, 2015 Resident Bingo Event at Calvert Manor Healthcare Center.
Easton Lions - presenting a donation to CarePacks who prepare weekend meals for 350 Talbot County School students.
Moments from:
Nov. & Dec. 2015
(Click on any photo for ENLARGED view)
Cecilton Lions - after induction of new Lion Margaret Petrea (third from left).
Cecilton Lions - would like to thank everyone who helped with their "Operation Footsteps", Shoe Collection project.
Crisfield Lions - Lion Jay Tawes receiving Jefferson Award from WBOC.
Perryville Lions - Gabriella Scramblin's poster was the winning entry in both the D22B and MD22 Peace Poster Contest.  It now proceeds to the International Competition.
Easton Lions - won 1st place for their Vendor Display in the Waterfowl Festival.
Easton Lions - making a donation to Easton Freshman Class for designing three posters to promote their Christmas Tree sales project.
Easton LEOs - organizing donations for their "Adopt a Family" project.
Easton Lions - Lion Ed Wildasin presenting a donation to BSA troop 741 for helping with annual Christmas Tree sales project.
Moments from:
Oct. & Nov. 2015
(Click on any photo for ENLARGED view)
Easton Lions - with 2015 Peace Poster Contest Participants.
Easton LEOs - displaying their Painted Pumpkins.
Hebron & Salisbury Metro Lions - staffing a water station during the Westside 5K Monster Dash.
LVRF Dinner in Cecilton - Dr. Gislin Dagnelie speaking about Wilmer Eye.   
Cecilton Lions - selling chances at the Cecil County Fair Grounds, for their 2015 Summer Fundraising Raffle.
Cecilton Lions - showing some of their patrons at their recent Night at the Races fundraiser.
Cecilton Lions - shown at their recent Trunk or Treat Event.
Cecilton Lions - shown at their recent Trunk or Treat Event.
Rising Sun Lions - at annual Chamber of Commerce Health Fair promoting Healthcare Equipment, Eyeglass Collection, Vision Screening, Eye Health Awareness and their Lions Club.
Rising Sun Lions - King Lion Ellen presenting a donation to Boy Scout Hopewell Troop 143.

Rising Sun Lions - Receiving a donation to their Healthcare Equipment Project and their Child Dignity Project.  Presented by Management of the Old Dominion Electric Cooperative's Wildcat Point Generation Facillity near Rock Springs in Cecil County.

Easton Lions - the sponsor of SHOP/LEO Club at Easton High School during Red Ribbon Week showing students promoting their Drug Prevention program.

Moments from:
Sept. & Oct. 2015
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Easton Lions - Inducted three new members.  2015-2016 DG Wayne Cole performed the induction ceremony.
Easton Lions - Pres. Frank Divilio presents donation to 2015-2016 DG Wayne Cole for Lions 22B Charitable Foundation. 
Greensboro Lions - 2015-2016 DG Wayne Cole presents Pres. Jeremy Jones with 100% Presidents Award.
Easton Lions - Lion Ed Wildasin is recognized for sponsoring 10 new Lions.
Perryville Lions - PDG Oakley Sumpter receives his 50 Year Chevron and his 50 Year perfect attendance award.
Perryville Lions - Lion Kirkwood Atkinson receivs his 30 Year Chevron from 2015-2016 DG Wayne Cole and Club Pres. Shirley Reichenbach.
Moments from:
Aug. & Sept. 2015
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Rising Sun Lions - Lions selling Raffle Tickets at the Community Fire Company Carnival.
Rising Sun Lions - Serving food at the Lions Clubs Robert H. Cameron Memorial Summer Feast.
Denton Lions - frying Clam Strips and Chicken Fingers at the Caroline County Summer Fest.
Denton Lions - Selling Clam Strips
and Chicken Fingers at the Caroline 
County Summer Fest.
Greensboro Lions - selling Car Raffle Tickets at the Caroline County Summer Fest.
Greemsboro Lions - selling Car 
Raffle Tickets at the Caroline County Summer Fest.
Greensboro Lions - Rion the Lion "High Fives" a child at GES on the first day of school.
Greensboro Lions - Rion the 
Lion Greets a child at GES on the 
first day of school.
Moments from:
July & Aug. 2015
(Click on any photo for ENLARGED view)
Crisfield Lions - Lion Mamie Gargan receiving her Melvin Jones Fellowship Award.
Dist. 22B Cabinet Officers - working at MD Little League Tournament for ages 11-12 in Easton.
Cecilton Lions - with 2015 Governor's Awards.
Cecilton Lions - at Reading Intervention Program at Cecilton Elementary School.
Moments from:
June & July 2015
(Click on any photo for ENLARGED view)
Easton Lions - King Lion Larry Callahan holding the 75th Anniversary proclamation presented by the Mayor of Easton.
Salisbury Metro Lions - King Lion Amy Sier (left) holding her Darley Travers Award, that was presented by PDG Dorothy Culver (right).
Greensboro Lions - 4th of July Games, Sack Race.
Greensboro Lions - 4th of July Games, Raw Egg Toss.
Rising Sun Lions - Sunfest Parade
Coffee Pot Trailer and Parade Crew.
Rising Sun Lions - inducted six new members.  Sponsoring Lions were Richard Montromery (5) and Bud Mcfadden (1).  Perryville PDG Oakley Sumpter performed their induction.
(Photos from District 22B Lions and  Lions Clubs or from District 22B Newsletters)
 


 



Important Club Tax Reminder:

Please remember that ALL Lions Clubs, Districts and Multiple Districts that have annual gross receipts less than $50,000 and do not have to file Form 990 or 990-EZ, must file the e-Postcard (also known as 990-N). Please note that this is an IRS requirement. Please refer to the following chart regarding annual filing requirements:
 
Beginning in 2010 Tax Year (and each year thereafter) Form to File
Gross receipts normally less than $50,000 990-N
Gross receipts greater than $50,000 and less than
$200,000, and Total Assets less than $500,000
990-EZ or 990
Gross receipts greater than $200,000
or Total assets greater than $500,000
990

The e-Postcard is due by the 15th day of the fifth month after the close of your tax year. Lions Clubs operate on a fiscal year, July 1 – June 30, and the e-Postcard will be due by November 15th each year. Please note that an organization cannot request an extension for filing the Form 990-N.

If you do not file, you risk losing your tax-exempt status. Any Lions Club that fails to meet its annual reporting requirement for three consecutive years automatically loses its tax exempt status under the new law. A club may get reinstated if they complete an application for recognition of exemption even if they originally fell under a group exemption.  Every Club and/or District must have an employer identification number (EIN), even if it will not have employees. The EIN is a unique number that identifies the organization to the Internal Revenue Service. To apply for an EIN, you should obtain a Form SS-4 and its Instructions from the IRS. You may also apply for an EIN online, by telephone (1-800-829-4933), or by fax (fax number at the location accepting applications from your state). It is important that the Clubs and Districts are using the correct EIN for their annual filing.

For frequently asked questions about tax issues and regulations affecting Lions clubs and leadership, go to the Lions Tax FAQ. Go to www.irs.gov/eo for complete details and while you're there sign up for Exempt Organization's free email newsletter, EO Update, to receive up-to-date information posted on the charity pages of irs.gov.

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SERVICE PROJECTS ARCHIVE:

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 District Lions Projects 
 
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Healthcare Equipment Project
 
Many District 22B Lions Clubs provide a public service by loaning used Healthcare and Disability Equipment to individuals within their communities.  They handle a variety of equipment including:  Hospital Beds, Wheelchairs, Transport Chairs, Walkers, Rollators, Commodes, Power Lift Recliners, Power Wheelchairs, Crutches, Canes, Feeding Tables and numerous other items.  All borrowing is subject to and limited by equipment availability.
 
If you are looking for equipment, you should contact your Local Lions Club, to find out if they have the equipment that you need.  If the local club doesn't have what you are looking for, you can ask them to contact other nearby Lions Clubs to try to find the item(s) for you.  
 
Participating Lions Clubs try to avoid intruding into the areas served by neighboring Clubs, and therefore frequently limit their Healthcare Equipment service to a radius around their local communities; however, many willingly share their inventory with neighboring Lions Clubs, when those Clubs also provide the Healthcare Equipment service. 
 
Participating Lions Club Information
 
The following table shows the District 22B Lions Clubs that participate in the Healthcare Equipment Project and provides contact information for use by both Lions and members of our communities.
 
All Lions are volunteers and many work the Healthcare Equipment project into or around their normal jobs and responsibilities; therefore, we emphasize that you can Email us at anytime, but ask that you please limit your phone calls to the Contact Times shown below.
  
(This table is UNDER CONSTRUCTION and is only a partial listing of participating Clubs.)
Club Name / Website 
and/or Facebook
Contact / Email / Phone
Hover on   to reveal information.
Contact Times**
(US Eastern Time Zone)
Cecilton John Magee Jr. Daily 9am to 8pm
Chesapeake City Bob Kidner Daily 9am to 8pm
Conowingo Madeline Brown Daily 9am to 8pm
Denton Conrad "Dink" Scurto Daily 9am to 8pm
Elkton Paul Schneiders Daily 9am to 8pm
Federalsburg Wendy Garner Daily 9am to 8pm
Galena Dawn Smith Daily 9am to 8pm
Greensboro John Laddbush Daily 9am to 8pm
Kent Island Jim Miller Daily 9am to 8pm
Marydel Terry Higgins Daily 9am to 8pm
North East Diana Wilt Daily 9am to 8pm
Preston Ed Quidas Daily 9am to 8pm
Ridgely Dave Davis Daily 9am to 8pm
Sharptown Dale Fields Daily 9am to 8pm
West Side Wicomico Allen Cunningham Daily 9am to 8pm
     
** IMPORTANT:  You can Email us anytime, but please confine your Phone Calls to the time window shown.  If your call is picked up by an answering machine, please leave detailed information about the equipment you need and be sure to include your Name, Address and call-back Phone number.

 



 

  

Vision & Hearing Projects
 
"Kids Sight"
Vision Screening Projects
 
Many District 22B Lions Clubs perform annual vision screenings of children in the kindergarden age range, throughout District 22B.  The following two videos provide examples of results from similar Lions Vision Screenings in the past.
 
 
 
 
 

 


 

"Recycle for Sight" and
"Hearing Aid Recycling" Programs
 
Eyeglass & Hearing Aid Collection and Recycling Projects
 

Numerous District 22B Lions Clubs provide a community service by collecting and recycling used Eyeglasses and Hearing Aids.  The collected items are sent to Lions International Eyeglass Recycling Centers and/or Hearing Aid Recycling Centers where they are cleaned, repaired and sorted by prescription or application for redistribution to other individuals who have compatible needs.  

The following videos, demonstrate how the Lions Club Collection and Recycling Programs work.

 

 

  
Eyeglass Recycling                      Hearing Aid Recycling (HARP)        
     

 

 




Environmental Projects
 
Projects that Reduce, Reuse and Recycle resources; such as planting trees, preventing pollution, recycling and reusing materials  and using limited resources efficiently and wisely.
 
 
 
"Adopt-a-Highway"
Highway Litter Cleanup Project
 
As part of Maryland's Adopt-a-Highway program, several District 22B Lions Clubs have adopted a section of highway within their communities for which they perform the Litter Cleanup Service multiple times throughout the year.
 
 
 
 

 

 

 



  

Food and Hunger Projects
 
 
"Food Baskets & Grocery Cards"
 
Several District 22B Lions Clubs periodically provide food baskets and prepaid grocery shopping cards to needy families and individuals; and some Clubs provide Packaged Weekend Meals so that school children within their communities will continue to be nourished when not receiving school meals.
 
 
 
 
 


  

Engaging Youth Projects
 

 

"Sponsoring LEO Clubs"
 
Several District 22B Lions Clubs sponsor LEO Clubs within their communities.  Read more about Sponsoring a LEO Club.
 
 

 
"Sponsoring Other Youth Organizations"
 
Many District 22B Lions Clubs support Boy ScoutsGirl ScoutsVenturing CrewsBoys & Girls Clubs and other worthwhile youth organizations within their communities.  
 
 

 
"Lions Youth Contests"
 
Peace Poster Contest:  Some District 22B Lions Clubs participate by sponsoring entries into the annual Lions Clubs International Peace Poster Contest.  Children who will be ages 11, 12 or 13 on November 15th are eligible to enter.
 
The 2017 District 22B Peace Poster Contest Winner
                                                            photo from PDG Dal Mann           
The artist was Jillian Thom, age 11 who attends the Easton Middle School,
and her entry was presented through the Easton Lions Club.
 
 
The 2016 District 22B Peace Poster Contest Winner
                                                                               photo from November 2016 D22B Newsletter
The artist was Anna Phillips who attends the Kent County Middle School,
and her entry was presented through the Chestertown Lions Club.
 
 
The 2015 District 22B Peace Poster Contest Winner
                                                                                 photo from November 2015 D22B Newsletter
The artist was Gabriella Scramblin who attends the Perryville  Middle School, 
and her entry was presented through the Perryville Lions Club.
 
 
For more information about the Peace Poster Contest, visit the Lions Clubs International Peace Poster Contest page and view the following video.
 
 
 
 

 
Essay Contest:  District 22B Lions Clubs may participate by sponsoring entries into the annual Lions Clubs International Essay Contest.  Children who are visually impaired and who will be ages 11, 12 or 13 on November 15th are eligible to enter.  For more information, visit the Lions Clubs International Essay Contest page and have participants complete an Essay Contest Entry Form.
 
 

 
"Reading Action Programs"
 
Some District 22B Lions Clubs participate in a Reading Action Program (RAP), within their communities.  The District 22B RAP Coordinator encourages District 22B Clubs to sponsor or participate in RAP programs.  Lions International provides the following resources: RAP Call to Action FlyerRAP Project Ideas SheetRAP Planning Guide,  RAP Press Release, and a RAP (printable) Diploma.  For more information, visit the Lions Clubs International  RAP Ideas and Resources page.  
 
 

 
"Scholarship Programs"
 
Many District 22B Lions Clubs participate by providing scholarships to graduating seniors within their communities.
 
 

 
"Sporting Events and Activities"
 
Many District 22B Lions Clubs participate by sponsoring sporting events or teams within Soccer Leagues, Little Leagues and similar sporting groups or activities within their communities.
 
 

 
 
 


  

Lions Legacy Projects
 
Connect with your community by planning a Centennial Community Legacy Project during our Centennial Celebration.  Click on the following links to view more details and suggestions.
 


 


 

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WHAT LIONS DO AND CENTENNIAL VIDEOS ARCHIVE:
 
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What Lions Do

 

 
First and foremost Lions are about service to others.  Our motto says it all:
 
WE SERVE
 
When it comes to meeting challenges, our response is simple: We serve. In 207 countries, in hospitals and senior centers, in regions battered by natural disaster, in schools and eyeglass recycling centers, Lions are doing community volunteer work, helping, leading, planning and supporting. Because we're local, we can serve the unique needs of the communities we live in. And because we're global, we can address challenges that go beyond borders.

We want everyone to see a better tomorrow.   All of the clubs of District 22-B in some manner support  sight programs and services including vision screenings, eye banks, providing glasses to those in need and eyeglass recycling.  Lions of 22-B strongly support the Lions Vision Research Foundation that sponsors the Lions Low Vision Project at Johns Hopkins Hospital Wilmer Eye Institute.

We believe everyone deserves a healthy life.  From providing health programs that focus on hearing loss to supporting efforts to control and prevent diabetes, Lions volunteers are working to improve the health of children and adults around the world. Many people on the Eastern Shore work and recreate out of doors. Lions of 22-B are making a special effort at the request of District Governor Doug Jones to be pathways of education about Lyme Disease.

We empower the next generation. Whether it's providing youth volunteer opportunities and leadership experiences in a Leo club or sharing a message of peace through our Peace Poster contest, our youth programs invest in the future by reaching out to young people.  Throughout the Eastern Shore Lions support athletic programs, scouting and arts programs for local youth.   While helping children Lions also recognize the dedication and importance of the teachers in the schools our children attend.

We serve local communities – and protect the planet.  From performing hands-on community work and service projects to providing emergency assistance, our community and environment programs improve our communities – and protect the environment.  Lions have often helped police and fire departments to ease the pain of victims of crime, fire and disasters.  Even though each club is part of the international organization the needs of our home towns is foremost in hearts of Lions.  No mater how far up in the organization an international officer may be, he or she became a Lion because another Lion asked them to be part of a local club.

If  you are interested in  service  volunteering, leading projects, networking and having fun – you can do all of this and more as a Lions club member  As Lions club member, you’ll join a local group of service-minded men and women who are linked together by a common goal to provide service where it is needed.   There are many reasons to become a member, not the least of which is personal growth and satisfaction.  As a Lion, you will:

  • Help your community and gain valuable skills
  • Make an impact on people's lives – locally and internationally
  • Learn to be a leader – and lead a respected organization
  • Network with business people in your community and around the world
  • Energize your life and have fun

For more information about becoming a Lion, please visit the Become A Lion Page of this website.

Community Volunteer Work

that Makes a Difference

 

Lions Clubs International is global, with more than 1.35 million
members in over 46 thousand clubs and over 750  districts
in 209 countries and geographic areas.
 
 


 
 
 
Centennial Videos
from Lions Clubs International
 
Video #1:  Lions Centennial Highlights           (published July 3, 2018)
 
 
Video #2:  The Founding                                   (published January 2015)
 

Video #3:  The Impact of Melvin Jones            (published April 2015)
 

Video #4:  A Glimpse of the First 100 Years     (published July 2015)
 

Video #5:  Knights of the Blind     (published October 2015)
 
 
Video #6:  Growth and Expansion  (published January 2016)
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Club Information:

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District Lions Clubs 
Media Sites, Projects & Contacts
 
This page is intended to identify and promote all Lion, Lioness and LEO Clubs within District 22B, and the embedded links are provided to identify each Club's media sites, service projects and primary contacts.  It also provides information that enables Club to Club, Lion to Club and Public to Club communications.
 
Click on a "Club Name" or the  icon, to visit the Club's Website; or on the  icon, to visit the Club's Facebook page; or on the  icon, to initiate an Email message to the Club's general Email address.  
  
Click on a "Contact Name" to initiate an Email message addressed to the named Contact., or hover over the  icon to reveal additional contact information.  (Note: Contacts are usually the Club Secretary, Communication Chair, LEO Club Adult Advisor or LEO Club Liason.)
 
Click on any of the Project Icons        ) to view details about many common service projects.
 
(This table is presented in ascending Club Name sequence)
Club Name - Media Site links / Projects
  -  Website       -  Facebook       -  Email 
Contact - Email & More
Hover over    to reveal more
Reg-
Zone
Allen  / red-pointy-starenlightened John Culp 3-2
Berlin  /  red-pointy-starenlightened Ray Robinson Jr.  4-2
Berlin Lionessred-pointy-starenlightened R Scott & C Fulton  4-2
Betterton-Still Pondred-pointy-starenlightened Suzanne Copper 1-2
Cambridge   /    Dale Krotee 3-1
Cecil County LEO Club red-pointy-starenlightened John Bunnell  1-1
Cecilton   /   Sandra Pierce   1-1
Centreville   /  James Gates 2-1
Chesapeake City   /  Natalie Gentry  1-1
Chestertown   /   Glenn Owens 2-1
Colonels LEO Clubred-pointy-starenlightened Bobi Bee  2-2
Conowingo   /    Mary Amos  1-1
Crisfield  / red-pointy-starenlightened Bruce Ramsay 4-1
Crisfield High LEO Club  / Beth Whitelock 4-1
Crisfield Lioness   /   Mary Thomas 4-1
Deal Island-Chance   / Jody Crone 4-1
Deal Island-Chance LEO Club  / Nancy Goldsmith 4-1
Denton   /  Carol Zinser 2-2
Easton   /   Donald Yingling  3-1
Easton LEO Clubred-pointy-starenlightened Ed Wildasin  3-1
Elkton   /  Paul Schneiders  1-1
Federalsburg    Debra Sewell 2-2
Fruitland  Eddie Vance 3-2
Galena    Dawn Smith  1-2
Greensboro   /   Allen Kinnamon  2-2
Hebron   / Jerry Hovatter 3-3
Hurlock  /    Linda Wilson  3-1
Kent Island  /   Ben Cassell 2-1
Marion  /red-pointy-starenlightened Craig Whitelock  4-1
Marydel  /     Terry Higgins 2-2
Millington  / Kenneth Hearn  1-2
North East   /      William Garrett 1-1
Ocean City   /   Steve McMillan 4-2
Ocean City-Berlin LEO Clubred-pointy-starenlightened Wayne Cannon 4-2
Ocean City Lioness   /  red-pointy-starenlightened Susan Williams 4-2
Perryville  / Michele McKay 1-1
Pittsville  / James LeCates  3-2
Pocomoke City red-pointy-starenlightened Patricia Tomasovic  4-2
Preston  / red-pointy-starenlightened David Rogers  2-2
Princess Anne  / Mary LaFianza 4-1
Queenstownred-pointy-starenlightened Wes Ridgley  2-1
Ridgely   /   Ross Harper 2-2
(Ridgely) North Caroline HS LEOred-pointy-starenlightened Donna DiGiacomo 2-2
Rising Sun   /     Judy Melton 1-1
Rock Hall  / Ralph Dolinger  1-2
Salisbury Heritage  /red-pointy-starenlightened Melanie Donophan 3-3
Salisbury Host   /  Alfred Truitt  3-2
Salisbury LEO Club  red-pointy-starenlightened Joseph Seagraves 3-2
Salisbury Metro  /  Jacqueline Jones 3-3
Salisbury PRIDE  /red-pointy-starenlightened Cherri Smith 3-3
Salisbury Wicomico  /  Roger Fleming 3-3
Sharptown / red-pointy-starenlightened David Studley 3-3
Snow Hill  /red-pointy-starenlightened Jeffrey Royer       4-2
Sudlersville  /red-pointy-starenlightened Ronald Smith Jr. 2-1
Trappe  /red-pointy-starenlightened Jeffrey Beever 3-1
Willards  /red-pointy-starenlightened Jane Piper            3-3
 Sources: District 22B Roster Book and Club Websites & Facebook pages. As oF Sept. 2020.
 
NOTE:  If you are looking for other Lions Clubs, you may find them by searching on the Lions Clubs International Club Locator.
 
 
 
 

CLUBS: Type, Region & Zone Distributions
and MyLion & Tech Adoption Statistics
Description    
CLUB TYPE Number Percent
            LIONS Clubs: 46 82.1%
            LIONESS Clubs:   3  5.4%
            LEO Clubs:   7 12.5%
Total Clubs: 56  
     
NUMBER OF CLUBS IN EACH REGION AND ZONE Number % of District
      Region 1  (Cecil, Kent) 13 23.2%
                 Zone 1:       Cecil County 8 14.3%
                 Zone 2:       Kent County 5 8.9%
      Region 2  (Caroline, Queen Annes) 12 21.4%
                 Zone 1:       Caroline County   4 7.1%
                 Zone 2:       Queen Annes County   8 14.3%
Region 3  (Talbot, Dorchester, Wicomico) 17 30.4%
                 Zone 1:       Talbot County 5 8.9%
                 Zone 2:       Dorchester County 5 8.9%
                 Zone 3:       Wicomico County 7 12.5%
      Region 4  (Somerset, Worcester) 14 25.0%
                 Zone 1:       Somerset County 7 12.5%
                 Zone 2:       Worcester County 7 12.5%
     
MYLION REGISTRANTS Members Registered
District 22B  (Lions)
1,144 154
District 22B  (Lioness)
123 9
District 22B  (LEOs)
N/A N/A
     
TECHNOLOGY ADOPTION Number Percent
           Have EITHER Website or Facebook:  44 80.0%
           Have NEITHER Website or Facebook:  12 20.0%
           Have Website with or w/o Facebook: 31 56.4%
           Have Facebook with or w/o Website: 32 58.2%
           Have BOTH Website & Facebook: 19 34.5%
           Have ONLY Website: 12 21.8%
           Have ONLY Facebook: 13 23.6%
        
 
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Become a Lion:

 

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Become a Lion
 
YOU can become a Lion !
Identify the Lions Club nearest to your location, by viewing our District 22B Lions Clubs page or by visiting the Lions Club International Club Locator. Then contact a member of your selected Club and ask them to sponsor you for membership.
 
Learn more about being a Lion by viewing the following videos:
 
 
Just who are LIONS ?
 

 
 
Become a LION !
 

 
 
LIONS help Save Eyesight
 

 
 
Join the Yellow Vest Posse !
 


 

Why not Serve with us?

Visit BeALion.org to learn more. 

 




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Lions Foundations:

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Lions Vision Research Foundation

 
The Lions Vision Research Foundation (LVRF) is a joint effort by The Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute, Lions Clubs International and Multiple District 22 Lions to provide research and treatment of Low Vision disorders.  The efforts predominately address conditions which can not be corrected by eye glasses, surgery or medication. Those conditions include macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma and similar types of vision disorders. 
 
Review the following LVRF links for more information: 

View the 2018 LVRF Rally Minutes and Report for information about the Foundation and funding that was provided during 2018. 

To learn more about the Lions Vision Research Foundation or to get more information about making donations, please contact any of the following District 22B LVRF Trustees:

PDG Wayne Cole                      -     

Dr. Kevin Darcey                      -     

PDG Charlene Travers               -     

 



Lions Youth Foundation

The Kusiak Lions Youth Foundation of Multiple District 22, Inc., more commonly known as the Lions Youth Foundation or LYF, was established in 2004 to provide opportunities for youth advancement through existing and new initiatives for youth, by the Lions of Multiple District 22, in the name of International President Clement F. Kusiak. 
 
The goal of the Lions Youth Foundation is:
 
• To promote public awareness and support of the Foundation and its mission 

• To provide funding and services for results-oriented youth development initiatives 

• To recognize leadership in volunteer participation and financial support for youth development objectives, and 
 
• To encourage high standards in community youth services.
 
Refer to the following document for more detailed information about the Foundation:
To learn more about the Lions Youth Foundation or to get more information about making donations; contact any of the following Lions Youth Foundation Trustees:

CC David Studley                     -     

PDG Joe Schanno                     -     

Lion Carol Schoonover              -     

 


Lions Charitable Foundation 

The Lions Charitable Foundation of District 22B is a non-profit Corporation organized December 10, 2000 under the Annotated Code of the State of Maryland for educational and charitable purposes, including the making of distributions to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986. More specifically, to receive and administer funds for educational and charitable purposes for the public welfare and for no other purpose. 

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To learn more about the Lions Charitable Foundation refer to the Foundation's Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws or read the Charitable Foundation Description; or contact any of the following District 22B Lions Charitable Foundation Directors to learn how to make tax deductible donations and contributions.

Chair PDG Ben Cassell                    -     

Vice Chair IPDG Jeffrey Beever       -     

VDG Mary Alice Carroll                     -      

PDG Charlene Travers                     -     

Lion Conrad Scurto - Secretary       -     

PDG Dorothy Culver - Treasurer      -     

PCC John Lawrence                         -     

Lion Kathy Crockett                         -     

Lion Sandra Pierce                            -     

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


Lions Saving Kids Sight Foundation

The Lions Saving Kids Sight Foundation (LSKS) is dedicated to educating people about detecting sight abnormalities and deficiencies, and providing prevention, treatment and improvement of conditions once they are identified.

Lion Joe Irr                                   -     

Lion DG Ben Cassell                       -     

 

 



 

 



 

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District Anniversaries and Club Awards:

 

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2020 District 22B Awards:  

The following District 22B Lions and Lions Clubs were recognized for their service and achievements during the Annual District 22B Banner Transfer Meeting, held at the East New Market Fire Hall on August 3, 2020.
 
Entries will show "mockup draft" until data is received from the Cabinet Secretary
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2020 - Exceptional Club Awards:  (mockup draft)
 
2020 - Five Star Club Awards:  (mockup draft)
 
2020 - Specialty Awards:  (mockup draft)
 
CATEGORY / AWARD Club Name
VISITATION AWARD  
1st Place Galena Lions
  Hurlock Lions
2nd Place Cecilton Lions
  Federalsburg Lions
   
MEMBERSHIP GROWTH  
1st Place Chestertown Lions
  Crisfield Lioness
  Preston Lions
   
2nd Place Chesapeake City Lions
  Hebron Lions
   
OUTSTANDING NEWSLETTER  
1st Place Greensboro Lions
  Sudlersville Lions
   
2nd Place Cecilton Lions
  Ocean City Lioness
   
OVERALL SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY  
1st Place Cecilton Lions
  Crisfield Lioness
  Salisbury Metro Lions
2nd Place Chesapeake City Lions
  Federalsburg Lions
   
LIONS LEGACY AWARD  
1st Place Federalsburg Lions
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2020 - 100% Secretary Awards:  (mockup draft)
Club Name Secretary Name
Cambridge Lions Lion Josha Wagner
Cecilton Lions Lion Sandra Pierce
Chesapeake City Lions Lion Natalie Gentry
Chestertown Lions Lion Glenn Owens
Crisfield Lions Lion George Todd
Crisfield Lioness Lion Mary Thomas
Denton Lions Lion John Nussear
Easton Lions Lion Donald Yingling
Federalsburg Lions Lion Debbie Brohawn
Fruitland Lions Lion Carol Oney
Galena Lions Lion Dawn Smith
Greensboro Lions Lion Allen Kinnamon
Hebron Lions Lion Elston Hovatter
Hurlock Lions Lion Linda Wilson
Kent Island Lions PDG Ben Cassell
Ocean City Lions Lion Steve McMillan
Perryville Lions Lion Peggy Morrison
Princess Anne Lions Lion Mary Jo LaFinaza
Ridgely Lions Lion Ross Harper
Salisbury Lions Lion Alfred Truitt
Salisbury Heritage Lions Lion Melanie Donophan
Salisbury Metro Lions Lion Bernard Wehage
Sudlersville Lions Lion Ronald Smith

 

 


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2019 District 22B Awards:  

The following District 22B Lions and Lions Clubs were recognized for their service and achievements during the Annual District 22B Banner Transfer Meeting, held at the East New Market Fire Hall on August 4, 2019.
 
2019 - Exceptional Club Awards:  (mockup draft)
 
2019 - Five Star Club Awards:  (mockup draft)
 
2019 - Specialty Awards:  (mockup draft)
 
CATEGORY / AWARD Club Name
VISITATION AWARD  
1st Place Galena Lions
  Hurlock Lions
2nd Place Cecilton Lions
  Federalsburg Lions
   
MEMBERSHIP GROWTH  
1st Place Chestertown Lions
  Crisfield Lioness
  Preston Lions
   
2nd Place Chesapeake City Lions
  Hebron Lions
   
OUTSTANDING NEWSLETTER  
1st Place Greensboro Lions
  Sudlersville Lions
   
2nd Place Cecilton Lions
  Ocean City Lioness
   
OVERALL SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY  
1st Place Cecilton Lions
  Crisfield Lioness
  Salisbury Metro Lions
2nd Place Chesapeake City Lions
  Federalsburg Lions
   
LIONS LEGACY AWARD  
1st Place Federalsburg Lions
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2019 - 100% Secretary Awards:  (mockup draft)
Club Name Secretary Name
Cambridge Lions Lion Josha Wagner
Cecilton Lions Lion Sandra Pierce
Chesapeake City Lions Lion Natalie Gentry
Chestertown Lions Lion Glenn Owens
Crisfield Lions Lion George Todd
Crisfield Lioness Lion Mary Thomas
Denton Lions Lion John Nussear
Easton Lions Lion Donald Yingling
Federalsburg Lions Lion Debbie Brohawn
Fruitland Lions Lion Carol Oney
Galena Lions Lion Dawn Smith
Greensboro Lions Lion Allen Kinnamon
Hebron Lions Lion Elston Hovatter
Hurlock Lions Lion Linda Wilson
Kent Island Lions PDG Ben Cassell
Ocean City Lions Lion Steve McMillan
Perryville Lions Lion Peggy Morrison
Princess Anne Lions Lion Mary Jo LaFinaza
Ridgely Lions Lion Ross Harper
Salisbury Lions Lion Alfred Truitt
Salisbury Heritage Lions Lion Melanie Donophan
Salisbury Metro Lions Lion Bernard Wehage
Sudlersville Lions Lion Ronald Smith


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


2018 District 22B Awards:  

The following District 22B Lions and Lions Clubs were recognized for their service and achievements during the 2nd Annual District 22B Banner Transfer Meeting, held at the East New Market Fire Hall on August 19, 2018.
 
2018 - Exceptional Club Awards:
 
2018 - Five Star Club Awards:
 
2018 - Specialty Awards:
 
CATEGORY / AWARD Club Name
VISITATION AWARD  
1st Place Galena Lions
  Hurlock Lions
2nd Place Cecilton Lions
  Federalsburg Lions
   
MEMBERSHIP GROWTH  
1st Place Chestertown Lions
  Crisfield Lioness
  Preston Lions
   
2nd Place Chesapeake City Lions
  Hebron Lions
   
OUTSTANDING NEWSLETTER  
1st Place Greensboro Lions
  Sudlersville Lions
   
2nd Place Cecilton Lions
  Ocean City Lioness
   
OVERALL SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY  
1st Place Cecilton Lions
  Crisfield Lioness
  Salisbury Metro Lions
2nd Place Chesapeake City Lions
  Federalsburg Lions
   
LIONS LEGACY AWARD  
1st Place Federalsburg Lions
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2018 - 100% Secretary Awards:
Club Name Secretary Name
Cambridge Lions Lion Josha Wagner
Cecilton Lions Lion Sandra Pierce
Chesapeake City Lions Lion Natalie Gentry
Chestertown Lions Lion Glenn Owens
Crisfield Lions Lion George Todd
Crisfield Lioness Lion Mary Thomas
Denton Lions Lion John Nussear
Easton Lions Lion Donald Yingling
Federalsburg Lions Lion Debbie Brohawn
Fruitland Lions Lion Carol Oney
Galena Lions Lion Dawn Smith
Greensboro Lions Lion Allen Kinnamon
Hebron Lions Lion Elston Hovatter
Hurlock Lions Lion Linda Wilson
Kent Island Lions PDG Ben Cassell
Ocean City Lions Lion Steve McMillan
Perryville Lions Lion Peggy Morrison
Princess Anne Lions Lion Mary Jo LaFinaza
Ridgely Lions Lion Ross Harper
Salisbury Lions Lion Alfred Truitt
Salisbury Heritage Lions Lion Melanie Donophan
Salisbury Metro Lions Lion Bernard Wehage
Sudlersville Lions Lion Ronald Smith


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


2017 District 22B Awards:  

The following District 22B Lions and Lions Clubs were recognized for their service and achievements during the 1st Annual District 22B Banner Transfer Meeting, held at the Greensboro VFD Community Building on August 20, 2017.
 
2017 - Exceptional Club Awards:
2017 - Five Star Club Awards:
2017 - Special Awards:
CATEGORY / AWARD Club Name  
VISITATION AWARD    
1st Place Hurlock  
  Salisbury Host  
2nd Place Cecilton  
  Fruitland  
     
MEMBERSHIP GROWTH    
1st Place Crisfield Lioness  
  Fruitland