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DISTRICT 19-I CABINET: District Governor Mike Dukes (Karen) 63 Vista Dr. Sekiu, WA Past District Governor Joyce L. Boyle (Everett) Anfield Rd. Courtenay,
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DISTRICT 19-I CABINET: District Governor Mike Dukes (Karen) 63 Vista Dr. Sekiu, WA Past District Governor Joyce L. Boyle (Everett) Anfield Rd. Courtenay, BC V9N 0C st Vice District Governor Cec Specht (Cathy) 1450 Griffin Dr. Courtenay, BC V9N 8M nd Vice District Governor Jane Beddows (Al) 2330 Carpenter Rd. Sooke, BC V9Z 0R Cabinet Secretary PDG Leslie Smith (Burnie) 6626 Everest Dr. Nanaimo, BC V9T 6H Cabinet Treasurer + Lioness District Liaison PDG John Higgs (Loni) Admirals Rd. Victoria, BC V9A 2P Lioness District President Anne Scott (Jim) 523 St. Charles St. Victoria, BC V8S 3N STAYING CONNECTED: Info & Tech / WEBSITE: PDG Ron Metcalfe & team lions19i.ca FACEBOOK page: District 19-I for current happenings & more. (ZC Bob Orchard: NEWSLETTER EDITOR: Sheila Grant: DISTRICT 19-I LEADERSHIP THROUGH SERVICE EDITION #2, AUGUST, Message from 19-I s District Governor Mike Dukes What do we have planned for this year in the way of goals? They were developed by your leadership team for the Lions year. The GAT and CST were all asked for input and support in development. The goals were reviewed by our First Vice District Governor, District GLT coordinator and at the multiple district level they were reviewed by the MD coordinators and area leaders. We have goals in Leadership Development, Membership Development, Service Impact and LCIF Support to give thought and consideration on helping achieve them. They were developed allowing flexibility within Clubs and Zones, recognizing cumulative results will add up to successful accomplishment. Working together is the best way to have a successful outcome. Let s review starting with the Membership Development goal. One of the most important areas in your Clubs and throughout our organization this year, we are looking for a 2% net growth in our District. It s a small number when looking at the Zone level, and remember that it is growth after factoring in the loss of members. Retention is as equally important as growth and we must all work together to retain those members that have joined Lions by expressing their desire to serve. As a goal we would like each Club to develop a plan for the responsibilities of each new member s sponsor or assigned mentor. One of the fastest segments of growth in Lions is our women in Lions; we would like to move in the direction of gender equality. This is a goal of our new International President and your District team. If we do a good job in the area of membership then our potential for service will expand. Growth allows more accomplishments in service efforts; each new member on average touches the lives of 70 people per year and they provide opportunities for keeping leadership growth alive in our Clubs and throughout the Lions organization. We have set a goal in leadership to identify at least one member from each Zone to help move forward in their efforts to develop as a future leader in our organization. In addition we have set a goal to provide leadership Club officer training in each of our seven Zones for all officers to attend. In the area of service, we have asked that each Club either increase by 10% its donations in the area of Diabetes or add a project in this area, one of our new International focus areas. And finally to help support the Campaign 100 and LCI Forward opportunity we are asking that each Zone improve in donations to our LCIF foundation by 10% over last year efforts. There is much more to these goals that will be shared, but please start the conversation with your Club officers, Zone chairpersons and GAT coordinators. Remember goals are a plan and can be modified hopefully by exceeding and improving upon. August 2018 LTS 1 DISTRICT 19-1 ZONE CHAIRS: Zone Chair I-1 ZC Larry Buckley 91 Canyon View Dr. Port Angeles, WA Zone Chair I-2 ZC Eleanor Bawden 6711 Nott Pl. Sooke, BC V8Z 0H Zone Chair I-3 ZC Patricia Spencer 1446 Fulford-Ganges Rd. Salt Spring Isl., BC V8K 2B Zone Chair I-4 ZC Lia Versaevel 9904 Maple St. Chemainus, BC V0R 1K Zone Chair I-5 ZC Jacqueline Miller 372 Ships Point Rd. Fanny Bay, BC V0R 1W Zone Chair I-6 ZC Esther McLennan 815 Landvist Rd. Port McNeill BC V0N 2R / Zone Chair I-7 ZC Gary Price 592 Woodland Cres. E. Port Alberni, BC V9Y 8E / DISTRICT 19-I s LION & LIONESS CLUBS - made up of YOUR brothers, sisters, helpers, friends: ZONE 1 = 6 Clubs: Clallam Bay Sediu Crescent Bay Forks Port Angeles Quilcene Sequim Valley ZONE 2 = 11 Clubs: Capital City Esquimalt Royal Oak Saanich Sooke - men only Sooke District LIONESS Sooke Harbourside - women only Victoria Chinatown Victoria Chinatown LIONESS Victoria Imperial West Shore ZONE 3 = 8 Clubs: Central Saanich Galiano Island Gordon Head Mayne Island Pender Island Salt Spring Island Saturna Island Sidney ZONE 4 = 7 Clubs: C to Seas Cedar Cowichan Lake Duncan Ladysmith Malahat Mill Bay ZONE 5 = 9 Clubs: Baynes Sound Black Creek Comox Valley Comox Valley Monarch Gold River Qualicum Bay Royston-Cumberland Tahsis Willow Point ZONE 6 = 5 Clubs: Malcolm Island Port Alice Port Hardy Port McNeill Port McNeill LIONESS ZONE 7 = 9 Clubs: Alberni Valley Gabriola Nanaimo Nanaimo Harbor Lites LIONESS Nanaimo Hub City Nanoose Bay Parksville Parksville LIONESS Protection Island ARE YOU MOVING? Lions and Lioness, Are you due to move? Are you then having to leave your beloved Lion/Lioness Club that you have been enjoying? Don t fret, I can re-connect you with your NEW Club in or near to your new home. Just contact me and let me make magic happen for you. Lion Lyne Moreau, Membership Chair / 2 August 2018 LTS THANK YOU TO THESE DISTRICT 19-I COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSONS: ALERT: Jim Bailey, Sooke BC BC LIONS SOCIETY: PDG Rob Dalton, Port Alberni, BC CAMP SHAWNIGAN IMPROVEMENTS: PZC Larry Umbach, Sooke BC C.A.R.E.: Maureen Winn, Sekiu WA CLUB SUPPORT TEAM: 1st VDG Cec Specht, Facilitator Courtenay, BC CONFERENCE CHAIR: PCC Gary Reidel (Linda) Port Angeles WA CONSTITUTION & BYLAWS: PDG Alan Guy, Mayne Island BC CONTESTS & AWARDS: Joanne Phillips, Sooke BC DIABETES AWARENESS: PDG Georgia Medwedrich, Sooke BC DISTRICT LIONESS LIAISON: PDG John Higgs, Victoria BC ELECTIONS: PDG Joyce Boyle, Courtenay BC ENVIRONMENT: PZC Bob Orchard, Sidney BC EXTENSION-CDN-N: PDG Rob Dalton, Port Alberni BC EXTENSION-CDN-S + USA: PDG Alan Guy, Mayne Island BC EYEGLASS COLLECTION PDG Marcel Deslauriers, Ladysmith BC HEARING & SPEACH: Vacant HONORARY CHAIRPERSON: PDG Marcel Deslauriers, Ladysmith BC INFO & TECH / WEBSITE: PDG Ron Metcalfe, Port Alberni BC INTERNATIONAL PEACE POSTER CONTEST: James Hoskins, Victoria BC INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: ZC Betty Anne Herbert, Ladysmith BC L.C.I.F.: PCC Al Beddows, Sooke BC LEADERSHIP (GLT): PZC Jane Beddows, Sooke BC LEOS: PZC Leo Moreau, Duncan BC LIONS FOUNDATION OF CANADA: Joanne Phillips, Sooke BC LIONESS DISTRICT 19-I PRESIDENT: Anne Scott, Victoria BC MEMBERSHIP: PZC Lyne Moreau, Duncan BC NOMINATIONS: PDG Marcel Deslauriers, Ladysmith BC NORTHWEST LIONS FOUNDATION: PZC Chris Zook, Port Angeles WA or PARLIAMENTARIAN: PDG Steve Morey, Campbell River BC PUBLIC RELATIONS: Joanne Phillips, Sooke BC RETENTION: PZC Leo Moreau, Duncan BC YOUTH EXCHANGE: Robyn Berry, Courtenay BC USEFUL WEBSITES: Lions International: lionsclubs.org District 19-I lions19i.ca Multiple District 19: lionsmd19.com Sooke District Lioness: sookedistrictlioness.org... BC Lions Society for Children with Disabilities: lionsbc.ca C.A.R.E. Project: lionsmd19.com Lions of BC Hearing Conservation Society: lionsofbchearingsociety.org Leader Dogs for the Blind: leaderdog.org Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides: dogguides.com Diabetes Awareness: diabetes.ca Northwest Lions Foundation restoring sight, hearing and hope: nlfoundation.org Lions Clubs International Foundation: lcif.org August 2018 LTS 3 DISTRICT GOVERNOR Mike Dukes VISIT SCHEDULE FOR 19-I LIONS & LIONESS CLUBS: 2018 JULY 21 Tahsis (Tahsis Days) AUGUST 13 Quilcene SEPTEMBER 4 Comox Valley 5 Willow Point 6 Gold River 9 1st Cabinet Meeting 10 Ladysmith 11 Nanaimo Hub City 15 1st CST Meeting Canada USA Forum 20 Black Creek 24 Gabriola Island 25 Alberni Valley 26 Chemainus Crofton C to Sea 27 Salt Spring Island 28 Victoria Imperial OCTOBER 2 Sidney 3 Galiano Island 4 Malahat 11 Nanoose Gone Hunting! Multiple District 19 Fall Convention in Whistler NOVEMBER 6 Saanich 7 Royal Oak 8 Central Saanich 12 Saturna 17 2nd CST Meeting USA THANKSGIVING with Family DECEMBER 2 2nd Cabinet Mtg, Saltair Comm Ctre, Ladysmith 3 Nanaimo 3 Nanaimo Harbour Lite Lioness 4 Duncan 5 Gordon Head 10 Victoria Chinatown Lioness 11 Sooke District Lioness 12 Victoria Chinatown 13 Mill Bay 19 Clallum Bay - Sekiu 4 August 2018 LTS 2019 JANUARY 9 Crescent Bay 10 Sequim Valley 23 Port Angeles 24 Forks FEBRUARY 5 Esquimalt 6 Mayne Island 7 West Shore 9 3rd CST Meeting 18 Baynes Sound 19 Parksville Lioness 19 Parksville 20 Pender Island 21 Cedar Winter Counsel of Governors Meeting MARCH 4 Port Alice 5 Port Hardy 6 Port McNeill 7 Malcolm Island 9 Comox Valley Monarch s Anniversary Dinner 10 3rd Cabinet Meeting somewhere in Zone 5 11 Comox Valley Monarch 12 Royston Cumberland 12 Qualicum Bay 13 Sooke Harbourside 14 Sooke APRIL 2 Protection Island 8 Cowichan Lake 12 4th Cabinet Meeting at Conference SPRING CONFERENCE in PORT ANGELES MAY 11 4th CST Meeting Spring Councel of Governors Meeting TBA Capital City VICTORIA IMPERIAL Lions Club By Lion Don Jones, Secretary The Lions iphone Project for the Blind, coordinated by the Victoria Imperial Lions Club, has just seen the 40 th iphone delivered to a blind person on Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland. At 81, Ann Moffat of Victoria is still determinedly independent, even though her sight is failing. She is attending the Pacific Training Centre for the Blind in Victoria where she is learning braille, daily living skills and to travel independently as a blind person. The iphone will be a very useful tool in this process, allowing her to map her present location while walking and taking public transit, send and receive messages, identify objects including grocery items, find and read recipes and so on. Using a system of swipes and taps on the screen she can navigate the features of the iphone using the screen reader VoiceOver for audible output, and Siri to give it verbal commands. The Lions iphone Project for the Blind was created by Oriano Belusic, Don Jones and the late Gerald Lundgren of the Victoria Imperial Lions and adopted by 19-I-2 as Zone project on Nov. 25, 2012 with support from the then Zone Chair Georgia Medwedrich. The project, which to date has raised sponsorships totalling $27,455, quickly expanded beyond the Zone and has been supported by 17 Lions and Lioness Clubs including: the Burnaby Host Lions, Central Saanich Lions, Comox Valley Lions, Esquimalt Lions, Harbour Lites Lioness, Hub City Lions, Ladysmith Lions, Nanaimo Lions, New Westminster Lions, Saanich Lions, Sooke District Lioness, Sooke Harbourside Lions, Sooke Lions, Victoria Chinatown Lioness, Victoria Chinatown Lions, Victoria Imperial Lions, and the West Shore Lions. Lion Oriano Belusic helps Ann Moffat get started using her new iphone SE. Board for : Lions: Treasurer Glen Burns, ZC Brian Morin, President Bryan Bulinckx, Tail Twister Erv Duke, Membership David Bulinckx and Secretary Don Jones MAYNE ISLAND Lions Club By Lion David Chase Irene and Nigel Barrett relax at the opening of the Norwegian Wood portion of the Mayne Island Trail after a lot of hard work! SALT SPRING ISLAND Lions Club By Lion Evelyn Smith The Salt Spring Island Lions Club had a team of six members in their Lion s Pride golf team for the Lady Minto Hospital Foundation s Annual Fundraising Golf Tournament, July 14/18. There was a Round of Texas Scramble (fun) Golf followed by a dinner, silent auction and raffles. The Tournament was not just a day of play; it was an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of so many people. Our team included: President Lorne Bunyan, Past President Dorothy Christopherson, members Heather Howard, Charlene Beaudette, Brook Holdack and Glenys Price. Our team won! and fun was had by all. The tournament has been hosted by the Salt Spring Golf and Country Club for 27 years. Come Play in WHISTLER BC at the Multiple District 19 ANNUAL CONVENTION October 24-28, 2018 Fun, Fellowship and Celebration Chair: George Sim / Facebook: MD19 Lions Annual Convention Whistler 2018 August 2018 LTS 5 PARKSVILLE Lioness Club By Lioness Kirsteen McLean On June 26 the Parksville Lioness met for their Charter Luncheon to wind up another successful year of service to our community. We inducted our Secretary Kathy Green at the lunch as she was unable to be present at the regular meeting when the Executive was inducted for the coming year. We also were invited to Forward House for the official Toilet Paper Cutting ceremony in honour of the newly renovated and handicapped accessible washroom in their facility. The Lioness donated $ 3,000 in January for program supplies, which freed up the necessary funds in the Forward House Budget to allow for the completion of the washroom project. SOOKE Lioness Club By Lioness Anne Scott What a great day!! What a huge success!! Sooke District Lioness held their Summer Yard Sale Saturday July 7th at the home of Lioness Donna and Lion Lorne. Friday night prior to set-up everyone enjoyed a super dinner courtesy of Lioness Donna, which made the evening even more enjoyable and very sociable! The sun shone, punters arrived before 8 a.m. then it was onward and upward. As per usual, we were ably assisted by Sooke Lions, Lorne, Steve L. Mike H., Dave N., our faithful Lioness Liaison Lion Godfrey and Lioness Ellen s husband Russell. Once again having fun, increasing the funding for our Sooke charities. Please watch for us at the RCMP Musical Ride August 18 & 19, same uniforms, selling 50/50 tickets and ice cream treats. Our new dress uniforms another time L to R: President Lioness Noreen Giroux, MLA Michelle Stillwell, Executive Director Sharon Welch L. Jo with new member L. Susan this is how we do it Back Row: L. Noreen, Exec Director Sharon Welch, L. Louise, L. Kirsteen Front Row: MLA Michelle Stillwell, L. Kathy Green, L. Bev, L. Marian 6 August 2018 LTS According to the Sooke RCMP Musical Ride Facebook page, the $5 tickets are now for sale at three locations in Sooke: Musical Ride is coming to Sooke, hosted by the Lions Family of Sooke! Event is on AUGUST 18 and 19th: August 18 has a 2pm Show with gates open at noon. August 19 is a Sunset Ceremnony at 6pm with gates open at 5. Location is the Edward Milne field at Sooke River and Sooke Roads. We can use help on the day of as well as on the 16th and 17th for set-up. Please contact Lion Larry Umbach or Lion Paul McTavish or myself, Lion Al Beddows Sooke Shoppers Drug Mart, 6660 Sooke Rd 8am-10pm Sooke RCMP Detachment, 2076 Church Rd 8am-4pm Sooke Pharmasave, 6716 Sooke Rd 8am-6m (note the changed hours, Friday, Saturday and & Sunday) The Sooke Lions are bringing the RCMP Musical Ride to Sooke for 2 shows: August 18 and August 19 (sunset show), The Ride takes place at the Fred Milne Park (2249 Sooke River Rd) The RCMP Musical Ride is performed by a full troop of 32 riders and their horses. Their performance consists of intricate figures and drills choreographed to music. These movements demand the utmost control, timing and coordination. The Musical Ride performs in up to 50 communities across Canada between the months of May and October. They help raise thousands of dollars for local charities and non-profit organizations. The Musical Ride provides the opportunity to experience the heritage and traditions of the RCMP. The riders act as ambassadors of goodwill who promote the RCMP s image throughout Canada and all over the world. Money collected from Sooke Lions events goes to serve and help the community and people of Sooke. August 2018 LTS 7 DUNCAN Lions Club By Lion Jayne Shaw We participated in the Duncan Parade representing our Duncan Lions Club and had a lot of fun in the process. Cowichan Secondary school grads receiving their bursaries from Lions Lyne and Gord. Duncan Lions Executive for 2018/2019 year at the wind-up at Cowichan Golf and Country Club. A wonderful meal was enjoyed. Lion Willie Carter inducted as our Club President for the 2018/2019 year. 8 August 2018 LTS L-R: Lions Rick M, Gino, Pres. Willie, Mascot Lion, Don, Gord, John C. COMOX VALLEY MONARCH Lions Club By 1 st VDG Cec Specht On July 21 Lions from our Club, 1st VDG Cec, PDG Steve, President Danielle and Lions Cathy, Tom, and Andrea made our annual trek to Tahsis (for the 4th year) to help the Tahsis Lions Club with their annual BBQ on Tahsis Days. DG Mike also made his official visit to the Club and was accompanied by his wife Lion Karen, and ZC Jacquie and Lion Cliff. A good day was had by all. The BBQ was a huge success as they sold out of everything! The Comox Valley Monarch Lions pleased to help this hard working Club and are already looking forward to next year. The whole crew. Lion Karen, DG Mike Dukes, Tahsis Lion President Kim. DG Mike and 1st VDG Cec. Tahsis President Kim, Lion Cathy & PDG Steve Morey. Lions Maureen Roth and Tom Witty. CV Monarch President Danielle & Lions Karen Dukes and Andrea Whiting. August 2018 LTS 9 Our friends at the Royston-Cumberland Lions Club helped out the Evergreen Seniors ( in Courtenay with their Pancake Breakfast held on Saturday July 21st, during Courtenay Market Days. Funds raised go to help with the many programs provided by the Evergreen Seniors. At this event our Comox Valley Lions Club members also went along to assist. Lions Joyce, Ev, Charmaine, Shelley and Bob were dishing out food, doing clean up and helping with food preparation. COMOX VALLEY Lions Club By Lion Bob Scales Myasthenia Gravis (MG) is a rare neuromuscular/autoimmune disease that is under the Muscular Dystrophy umbrella and there is no cure. It can be difficult to diagnose and treat. MG is known as the snowflake disease as symptoms and severity, as well as response to treatments vary from individual to individual. There are an estimated 30,000 Canadians who have the disease. Saturday, July 14th, saw the first MG walk in the Comox Valley, and the Comox Valley Lions Club was pleased to supply water and staff the water stations for this event. CVLC Lions Nancy, Donna, Don and Bob were at the Courtenay Air Park with their supply of water for participants. New Playground Equipment Harbourwood Park The Council of the Town of Comox is pleased to announce the completion of the Harbourwood Park improvement project. Members of Council, representatives of the Comox Valley Lions Club and Town staff celebrated the completion of the park improvements on July 4, Joining members of Council and the Comox Valley Lions Club were residents and their children who reside in the immediate area. Members of the Comox Valley Lions Club are very pleased to be in this partnership with the Town of Comox, to provide service to our community, said Past President Bob Scales. This partnership allows the Club to do more with the funds we raise and allowed us to contribute to the much needed improved equipment in Harbourwood Park. Continuing to improve the Town s many recreational opportunities is a strategic priority of Council and this improvement project continues to exemplify Councils ongoing commitment in providing quality play opportunities for its residents, said Mayor Paul Ives. Once again, the generous contribution from the Comox Valley Lions Club, allowed Council to move forward with this playground renewal project. This playground renewal project, identified in the Town s five-year capital improvement plan identified a cost of $120,000. The Comox Valley Lions Club contributed $50,000 with monies going towards the purchase of playground features. Park benches and new signage will be installed in the near future. 10 August 2018 LTS SOOKE Lions Club By Lion Jim Bailey Sooke Lion Ron White received a Melvin Jones Fellowship at our Year End
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