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2022 MD27-C2 Lions Convention

Schedule of Events

Friday   4/22

1:00pm -4:00pm                Leadership Training (Upper conference room)

2:00pm - 7:00pm               Convention registration (Lobby)

4:00pm -5:00pm               Cabinet Meeting (Upper conference room)

6:00pm—6:30 pm              BJ Blahnik

6:30pm -10:00pm                             Friday night “Fun Nite” WINGS OF SERVICE

                                           Hors d’oeuvres-DJ Music

Saturday 2/23

                             Strides Walk – walk at your leisure

9:00am -11:00am               Turn in Stride Donations

7:00am - 2:00pm               Convention Registration

8:00am - 3:00pm               Governors Raffle

8:00am - 9:00am                Opening Ceremony/General Session

 9:00am - 9:30am               Reports

9:30am - 10:00am              Service of Remembrance

10:00am -10:15am             Break

10:15am - 11:15am            Identity Theft: Protect and Prevent

11:15am - 12:00pm           Break

11:15am -11:45am             Voter Certification

12:00am - 1:45pm             Lunch

1:45pm -2:00pm                Voter Certification (Lobby)

2:00pm -2:45pm                Tax Rules for Non-profits

2:45pm -3:00pm                Break

3:00pm -4:00pm                “From Under the Tarp”

4:00pm                               Posting of Governor’s Raffle Winners

4:15pm -4:45pm                Voting (Bad River room)

5:00pm -6:00pm                Social Hour (cash bar) 

6:00pm                               Governor’s Banquet

                                           ID Keynote Speaker

                                           Voting results, acceptance speeches

                                           PM 50/50 Raffle winners   Left over baskets

Alert: Club Officers - a guide for you

President e Book (04/04/2021)

Club President/First Vice President | Lions Clubs International

Secretary e Book (04/04/2021

Club Secretary | Lions Clubs International

Treasurer e Book (o4/04/2021

Club Treasurer | Lions Clubs International

Membership e Book (04/04/2021)

Club Membership Chairperson | Lions Clubs International



Lions Clubs International and District

Executive Leadership - 2021-2022




Douglas X. Alexander, from Brooklyn, New York, USA, President Alexander is a retired vice president for J.P. Morgan Chase Bank. A member of the Brooklyn Bedford Stuyvesant Lions Club since 1984

We serve with love and compassion in communities around the world. The selfless giving of our time and effort is precisely what makes Lions so special. When we give, we expect nothing in return. Yet we gain so much. Our service offers hope and connection in the face of great need and also extends an invitation to the world to join us. We embrace the joy that comes with  Service from the Heart

International First Vice President          

Brian E. Sheehan 






International Second Vice President

   Dr. Patricia Hill                                






International Third Vice President
                                               Fabricio Oliveira








Lions Clubs are always looking for people who want to serve their community. If you like having fun while making friends; knowing you are having a positive impact for socail good, you would love being a Lion. 100% of all funds raised by clubs go to local communities for regional foodbanks, environmental protection, youth, eye care, diabetes awareness & childhood cancer.
Ask how you can become a Lion today! E-mail the District and we will connect you with the club of your choice, near your work or home.


  Data compiled 02/3/2022


The service of Lions reaches around the planet. Serving in over 210 countries and geographic areas, our 49,711 clubs and 1.4 million members are helping others and making communities better.

Lions Geographic Constutional Area 1 includes United States and Affiliates, Bermuda and Bahamas. The U.S. State of Wisconsin includes 10 Districts with governing bodies of a Council of Governors, 10 District Governors and Club Officers. 

While each Lions club has its own service focus, there are five global causes of particular interest around the world. These are areas of need identified, and voted on, by members and supported by our association and foundation.

Diabetes - Hunger - Enviorment - Childhood Cancer - Vision




Wisconsin Past International Directors


Wisconsin MD27-C2 Leadership

2021/22  C2 District Governor Judy Hatz

Lions Club of Merrill


MD27 State Council Committees of DG Judy

2021/22 - Finance Committee Linda Carter, Judy Hatz, Dave Strudthoff

2021/22 -  Lions Eye Bank of WI BJ Blahnik, Judy Hatz

2021/22 Restoring Hope Transplant House Judy Hatz 

2021/22 C2 1st VDG Robert Bertch - Boulder Junction

2021/22 C2 - 2nd VDG Donald Meeder - Three Lakes

2021/22 C2 - 3rd VDG Vacant

2021/22 IPDG - Bob Bertch - Boulder Junction

2021/22 C2 - District Secretary Patricia Krug - Whittlesey

2021/22 C2 - District Treasurer Scott Martin - Tomahawk


Lions Clubs International (LCI) -   50,074 Clubs - 1,405,561 Members

Multiple District 27 - 510 Clubs, 16,859 Members

Wisconsin MD27 - - 72 Counties - 10 Districts (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2, D1, D2, E1, E2)

North Central Wisconsin MD27-C2 - 8 Counties (Ashland, Iron, Vilas, Lincoln, Taylor, Price, Oneida, Bayfield)

Multiple District 27-C2 - 41 Clubs, 1428 Members (03/01/2022)


2022 Lions District 27-C2 Convention Host - Lions Club of Merrill

C2 Convention Chairperson - Charles McCrory

MD27-C2 Convention/Exposition

April 22-23. 2022

Location Lac du Flambeau Convention Center

Agenda - Schedule - TBA

Wisconsin Lions Foundation

The Wisconsin Lions Foundation

is dedicated to improving the lives of Wisconsin

Youth and Adults.


         Vision                 Hearing           Diabetes Awearness      Eyeglass          WI Lions Camp

Lions Members Have A New Kind of Meeting Place  


    As the use of the Internet Web sites has become more and more prevalent among Lions, Lion Club International (LCI) is responding and has taken preliminary steps towards making online communication, business, and public relations easier for your Lions District & Club.           




It’s called the e-District” & "e-Clubhouse"

 It’s a place for members to meet and

           access District & Club information.

It’s a place to plan service activities and

           promote them to the community.

 It’s a place for the average internet user to

           communicate via many avenues.

It’s a place to chat, email and update

           impending events.

 It’s a place to post photos, access LCI tools

           and information and so much more.


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