Team Up for Service Excellence

Johanna Elliott, District Governor 2017-2018

2016 - 2017 Governor’s Goals

  1. Establish at least 4 new clubs in the district
  2. Establish at least 4 new Leo clubs in the district
  3. Establish at least 20 new centennial branch/affiliate young clubs in the district
  4. Have 2 Membership Blitzes in October, 2016, and March, 2017, with the goal of having 500 new members recruited during each of the 2 membership blitzes
  5. Have each club formulate a membership committee which focuses on membership recruitment and retention
  6. Have each club in the District elect a Membership Chair
  7. Have each club in the District be positive in membership growth
  8. Have our District be #1 in the State in Membership by the end of the year.
  9. Help to strengthen the struggling clubs in the District by having workshops with the District Governor Leadership Team
  10. Identify Potential New Leaders in the District; once the new leaders are identified, provide training for the new leaders with help from the District Governor Leadership Team
  11. Have all of the Clubs in the District be Centennial Service Clubs, by completing service projects in the following 4 categories: Environment, Hunger, Vision, and Kids.
  12. Have all of the clubs complete at least 1 Legacy Service Project.
  13. Encourage more of the Club Leadership and Members to participate in and attend District Meetings.
  14. Provide New Member Orientation to New Members
  15. Promote effective communication and leadership in the Clubs with help from the District Governor Leadership Team
  16. Have every member of the District be a contributing member to the Lions Club International Foundation in the amount of $21.56 per member.
  17. Promote the concept of Team Work in following the District Governor’s theme of Team Up For Service Excellence
  18. Remember to have fun and enjoy being a Lion!!!!!







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