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!"

Our District 2-T2 website is now part of the Lions e-Clubhouse network.  We are currently in the process of updating the site for the 2017-2018 fiscal year.  Because of this, some links may not be active.  We appreciate your understanding and patience during the next few weeks.


DISTRICT 2-T2 REMEMBERS LION JOHN STARNES

Lion John Starnes, a charter member of the Cotton Center Lions Club and its current secretary, died January 17, 2018. He was 85. Funeral services were held Jan. 20 at the First Baptist Church in Cotton Center.  CLICK HERE for Lion John's obituary.  District 2-T2 sends its deepest sympathy to Lion John's family and friends.


DISTRICT 2-T2 NOW ON FACEBOOK!!

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

CLICK HERE to go to the page!


DISTRICT 2-T2 CONVENTION -- APRIL 28, 2018!!

You'll want to make plans to attend the District 2-T2 Convention to be held January 28 at First United Methodist Church, 1411 Broadway, in Lubbock.

Watch the District 2-T2 Facebook page for the latest information!

  • CLICK HERE for the District 2-T2 Queens Contest Application Form. Clubs with queens contest candidates need to print the form, fill it out by hand, and submit it prior to April 16, 2018. (Revised 1-21-2018)

JANUARY 2018 WINDMILL NOW AVAILABLE

CLICK HERE to learn more about the January 13 Midwinter Conference, Roby Lions Club's vision screening, Ropes Lions Club's Legacy Project, and much much more! 


2017-2018 DISTRICT ACTIVITIES AND CONTEST FORMS

CLUB SECRETARIES:  The 2017-2018 District Activities Contest Form and the District Governor's Humanitarian Contest form are now available on the "Officer Resource" page



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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