WELCOME TO DISTRICT 2-T2!!

District 2-T2 includes 22 counties in the Panhandle-South Plains region of Texas. We have more than 1,200 members in 42 Lions Clubs who are dedicated to serving their communities and meeting humanitarian needs.

"We Serve and You Can Too!

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CLUB SECRETARY MMR REPORTS

Need to know where to send your monthly MMR Reports?  CLICK HERE for the current Region and Zone Chair contact information.

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2020-2021 DISTRICT 2-T2 DIRECTORY DISTRIBUTION

District 2-T2 directories are included in club packets prepared for distribution at the first Cabinet Meeting of each Lions Club fiscal year.  Directories will either be hand-delivered by Region/Zone Chairs or mailed to club officers--if your club was not represented at the July 25 District 2-T2 Cabinet Meeting at Texas Boys Ranch.  Please contact District Governor Ted Boyd if your club does not receive its directory in the next couple of weeks.

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DISTRICT CONTESTS WILL NOT BE HELD IN 2020-2021

The District 2-T2 Activities Contest and District Governor's Humanitarian Contest will not be held in 2020-2021.  Club Secretaries are asked to report their activities as usual to Lions Clubs International and District 2-T2. CLICK HERE for the activities reporting form. 

District 2-T2 Lions Clubs are strongly encouraged to make their 100% participation contributions to Lions Clubs' charities as they have in the past.  CLICK HERE for the list of charities and contribution amounts. 

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FIRST CABINET MEETING HELD JULY 25 AT TEXAS BOYS RANCH

Governor Ted Boyd thanks those District 2-T2 Lions who attended the July 25 Cabinet Meeting at Texas Boys Ranch.  He especially thanks those Lions who watched the meeting online via PDG Terry Hawkins' Facebook Live feed.

Immediate Past District Governor James Belk of Plainview told the group that the 2019-2020 year didn't end as planned. "However, we as Lions have survived."  Belk presented Certificates of Appreciation and "Texas Scratch Pads" to members of his 2019-2020 Cabinet.  Clubs placing in the District Governor's contest received their award patches.  International awards were presented to PDGs Terry Hawkins and Peg White.

The ceremonial "Passing of the Gavel" went from PID Marshall Cooper (1980-1981) to PDG James Belk (2019-2020). Belk, in turn, passed it to District Governor Boyd. The "Passing of the Gavel" was delayed due to cancellation of the District Convention, due to COVID-19 concerns.

PID Marshall Cooper installed the District 2-T2 Cabinet and Committee Chairs.  He challenged each to do the best they can this year.

District Governor Boyd shared his 2020-2021 District Goals. They will be added to this website shortly.

Even with the facial coverings and social distancing, the July 25 Cabinet Meeting was full of enthusiasm!  It was so good to see many of our Lions Club members from throughout the District. 

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DISTRICT GOVERNOR BOYD'S 2020-2021 GOALS

District Governor Ted Boyd has set the following 11 goals for District 2-T2 for  2020-2021.

■ Approximately 30% of club officers will participate in training sessions for their respective office.
■ District 2-T2 will have a gain of 25 new members by June 30, 2021.
■ District 2-T2 will charter one new Lions Club and one new Leo Club by June 30, 2021.
■ District 2-T2 will have zero dropped members by June 30, 2021.
■ 50 percent of District 2-T2 clubs will report their membership and activities on a regular basis.
■ At least 25 percent of District 2-T2 Lions Clubs will participate in LCIF's Campaign 100.
■ District 2-T2 Lions Clubs will strive to raise $15,000 for LCIF by June 30, 2021.
■ At least 25 percent of District 2-T2 Lions Clubs will participate in district fundraisers for LCIF.
■ District Governor official visits to each District 2-T2 Lions Club.
■  Small clubs in District 2-T2 shall be given encouragement and direction to continue.
■  More frequent visits to Lions Clubs that are less than three years old.

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APRIL-JULY 2020 ISSUE OF THE WINDMILL NOW AVAILABLE

CLICK HERE to read the April-July 2020 issue of The Windmill.  This combined issue features information about the July 25 Cabinet Meeting, insights from District Governor Ted Boyd, 1st VDG Ron Miller, 2nd VDG Doug McDonough, the Cabinet Meeting agenda, and much, much more!

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District 2-T2 has made the difficult decision to cancel Camp Bark and Brew 2020. The event had been postponed from its original March 28, 2020 date in hopes that the COVID-19 pandemic would diminish after a few months. However, this was not the case. The Bark and Brew planning committee is very disappointed that District 2-T2 is unable to hold this event. However, this is the right decision based on current conditions and travel restrictions caused by the virus. There may be some options for an online Camp Bark and Brew event 2020 this fall.  These are being investigated. Be sure to watch our website for future updates!

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WE'RE UPDATING THE SITE FOR LIONS FISCAL YEAR 2020-2021!

Some of the links on the site may be temporarily unavailable during this update. Please bear with us as we complete this process! We'll have everything updated soon!

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REPORTING SERVICE ACTIVITIES ON MY LION

Secretaries -- Please follow these links for helpful information about filing your club's service activities using MyLCI/MyLion.

SERVICE ACTIVITY GUIDES:

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FOLLOW DISTRICT 2-T2 ON FACEBOOK!

 CLICK HERE to go to our page!

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