MD27-E2 2021-2022 District Convention

DATES: March 18 – 19, 2022

VENUE: The Lismore located at 333 Gibson Street, Eau Claire, WI (715) 835-8888. You are responsible for making your own hotel reservations. Mention Lions District 27-E2 Group rate code of LC3. Ask for the Lions Block when booking your room (rate is $119 plus tax/night).

Note: Fees apply for parking – there is a ramp attached to the hotel.

 

GUEST: Our International guest will be ID Bob Block.

REGISTRATION: Access the registration document for printing and mailing by clicking here.

TOOT YOUR HORN REGISTRATION: access the form to use when requesting a display table here.

NECROLOGY/CELEBRATION OF SERVICE INFORMATION SHEET: access the form to share information about deceased Lions members here.

AD TEMPLATE: access the form for requesting a convention booklet ad here and some examples.

 

GUEST PRESENTATION:

When you say "YES" to Eye Donation - The Story of Paul Francar

4 PM Friday March 18th in the Wilson Ballroom.

 

SERVICE OPPORTUNITES:

Non-Perishable collection during convention. There will be boxes available outside enterance of the convention center.

 

Smile Bag collection during convention. There will be bins at the registration area during convention.

Below is a list of items to fill these bags.

Items
Stickers
Crayons
Pencil bags
Decks of cards
Small notebooks
Glue sticks
Pencil Sharpeners
Pencils
Small trinket toys

 

Seminar Details 

SERVANT LEADERSHIP

Servant leadership is about paying attention to the needs of people we intend to serve. It is our contention that healthy, positive, and aligned organizations like Lions are shaped by leaders and are seen by followers as being people of good character and virtue.  The Servant Leadership workshop addresses not "what is new" but, instead, being reminded of what is true and always has been true - that people yearn to be part of healthy, right relationships

PROJECT NEW HOPE

Project New Hope is an organization (mostly Lions sponsored), that provides weekend retreats for combat veterans and their families. The weekend is free of cost to the participants. It includes counseling, camaraderie, and fun. The children are cared for with many fun, planned activities when the adults need their own time. The purpose is to address issues that combat vets and their families when they return from combat or a combat situation. 

THE NATIONAL EAGLE CENTER

The National Eagle Center's Live Eagle Program is approximately 45 minutes to an hour in length and features a live eagle ambassador. Learn about eagle biology, ecology, natural history, and cultural connections in an engaging and entertaining presentation by one of our naturalist interpreters.

DIVERSITY & INCLUSION

Becoming the Club Of Choice – Want to belong to a club that is a great place for the members, one that prospective members ask to join, one that serves the needs of the community, and earns the respect and support of local business partners? If you want to learn the three key factors that will make you proud to be a Lion and invite new members to join you in service, then please come to this seminar.  There will be cookies!  

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS: Agenda PDF version here. - TBD

Saturday March 19th Convention Agenda

 

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