WELCOME TO DISTRICT 2-T2

District 2-T2 includes 22 counties in the Panhandle-South Plains region of Texas.  We have more than 1,300 members in 43 clubs who are dedicated to serving their communities and meeting humanitarian needs.

"We Serve and You Can Too!"


MD-2 TEXAS LIONS OFFICIAL STATE CONVENTION CALL

MAY 25, 2018 -- CORPUS CHRISTI, TX

THE ANNUAL STATE CONVENTION OF MULTIPLE DISTRICT TWO (TEXAS) SHALL BE HELD ON THE 25th DAY OF MAY AT CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS. EACH CHARTERED CLUB IN THE STATE IN GOOD STANDING WITH LIONS CLUBS INTERNATIONAL, STATE, AND DISTRICT DUES PAID TO DATE, ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT THEY ARE ENTITLED TO ONE (1) VOTING DELEGATE AND ONE (1) ALTERNATE FOR EACH TEN (10) MEMBERS OF SAID CLUB, OR MAJOR FRACTION THEREOF, AS SHOWN BY THE RECORDS OF LIONS INTERNATIONAL ON THE FIRST DAY OF THE MONTH LAST PRECEDING THAT MONTH DURING WHICH THE CONVENTION IS HELD. THE MAJOR FRACTION REFERRED TO SHALL BE FIVE (5) OR MORE MEMBERS. ONLY REGISTERED DELEGATES WITH CERTIFIED CREDENTIALS, PRESENT IN PERSON AT ANY MEETING OF THE CONVENTION, SHALL BE ENTITLED TO VOTE. ELIGIBLE DELEGATES ARE MEMBERS WHO HAVE BEEN ENROLLED FOR AT LEAST ONE (1) YEAR AND A DAY IN THE CLUB AS SHOWN BY THE RECORDS OF THE INTERNATIONAL OFFICE AS COUNTED FOR PURPOSES OF CALCULATING DELEGATE ENTITLEMENT. EACH SUCH DELEGATE MAY CAST ONLY ONE (1) VOTE ON EACH QUESTION.

THE PHRASE “MEMBERS” WHO HAVE BEEN ENROLLED FOR AT LEAST ONE (1) YEAR AND A DAY IN THE CLUB IS INTERPRETED TO MEAN THE FOLLOWING:

A TRANSFEREE SHALL BE COUNTED AS A MEMBER FOR THE PURPOSE OF CALCULATING THE DELEGATE ENTITLEMENT OF THE CLUB IF THE TRANSFEREE HAS BEEN A MEMBER OR RECEIVED TRANSFER FOR AT LEAST ONE (1) YEAR AND ONE (1) DAY.

A REINSTATED MEMBER SHALL BE COUNTED AS A MEMBER FOR THE PURPOSE OF CALCULATING THE CLUBS DELEGATE ENTITLEMENT PROVIDED THAT THE REINSTATED MEMBER HAS BEEN A MEMBER FOR AN AGGREGATE PERIOD OF NOT LESS THAT ONE (1) YEAR AND ONE (1) DAY.

A NEWLY CHARTERED CLUB WILL BE ENTITLED TO ONE (1) DELEGATE AND ONE (1) ALTERNATE DELEGATE UNTIL IT HAS BEEN CHARTERED FOR ONE (1) YEAR AND ONE (1) DAY. THEREAFTER, THE DELEGATE QUOTA WILL BE BASED ON THE NUMBER OF MEMBERS ENROLLED IN THE CLUB FOR ONE (1) YEAR AND ONE (1) DAY.

CLUBS BEING RELEASED FROM STATUS QUO WILL HAVE THEIR DELEGATE QUOTA BASED ON THE NUMBER OF MEMBERS ENROLLED IN THE CLUB FOR ONE (1) YEAR AND ONE (1) DAY AT THE TIME OF BEING RELEASED FROM STATUS QUO. HOWEVER, A CLUB BEING RELEASED FROM STATUS QUO WILL BE ENTITLED TO A MINIMUM OF ONE (1) DELEGATE, AND ONE (1) ALTERNATE DELEGATE.

Richard S. “Rick” Talbert, MD2 COUNCIL CHAIRMAN 


DISTRICT 2-T2 NOW ON FACEBOOK!!

You'll want to follow District 2-T2 on its new Facebook page.  

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DISTRICT 2-T2 CONVENTION WAS A BIG SUCCESS!

The April 27-28 District 2-T2 Convention, hosted by the Lubbock South Plains Lions Club, was a great success!  We'll have more info and photos a little later on!

Our congratulations to the following:

  • District Governor Elect Terry Hawkins -- Lubbock Lions Club
  • First Vice District Governor James Belk -- Plainview Lions Club
  • Second Vice District Governor Ted Boyd -- Lubbock Redbud Lions Club
  • 2018-2019 District Queen -- Carlye Winfrey, representing Seminole Lions Club.
  • 2019 Convention City -- Lubbock, TX
  • Texas Lions Camp Director -- Joe Freeman, Lubbock Redbud Lions Club
  • Dist. 2-T2 Lions Hearing Bank Director Reg. 3 -- Gary Smith, Lubbock South Plains
  • Dist. 2-T2 Lions Hearing Bank Director Reg. 8 -- Paul Scivally, Shallowater Lions Club
  • Great Plains Lions Eye Bank Region 1 -- Scott Crenwelge, Snyder Lions Club
  • Great Plains Lions Eye Bank Region 4 -- Billy Gilson, Ropesville Lions Club
  • Great Plains Lions Eye Bank Region 7 -- Lonnie Kirk, Lubbock Redbud Lions Club

APRIL 2018 WINDMILL NOW AVAILABLE

CLICK HERE to learn more about registration and meal RSVP deadline for the April 28 District Convention; new members added in 2017-2018; the MMM challenge; protecting our planet; and much much more! 


 


2017-2018 DISTRICT 2-T2 GOALS

To initiate district-wide projects relating to hunger and diabetes.  These can include preparation of food boxes during the holidays, assisting local Meals on Wheels, and participation in the American Diabetes Association's annual Diabetes walk.

To have all clubs involved in service projects that meet the needs of their community.

To have all clubs support the Texas Lions Camp at Kerrville.

To have all clubs participate in the Lions' Legacy Centennial Project.

To improve new member orientation and service involvement of new members throughout the district.

To provide training opportunities for club and district officers.


 

 

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