Believe in the Power of Service.&Let’s work together to grow this District!
Since the September Newsletter a lot has happened in our District. The highlight was the visit by our International President Chancellor Bob Corlew. He visited with over 80 Lions at the Bellevue State Park in Wilmington, DE. At the event IP Bob Corlew challenged us all to serve our communities with Centennial Service Projects including Youth, environment, vision and hunger. As your clubs answer this challenge please report to Lions Clubs International to earn credit for your work. During his visit the IP inducted 7 new members to Lions and our District . With the induction of these 7 new members and clubs inducting new members through out the month of September, the District added 13 new Lions which will allow us to serve on average 650 more people. Let’s continue to grow the District.At the writing of this article I have visited 11 clubs. It has been a real positive experience to hear about local service projects, the induction of new members and seeing the “fun” in Lionism.Please take time to review all of the upcoming events in our newsletter.If you haven’t visited another club, please plan to do so and learn what clubs are doing in our district. You will make new Lions friends as well.We are a District that is Climbing New Mountains.Believe in the Power of Service.DG Glenn
On Saturday, September 24th, IP Bob Corlew visited 22D at Bellevue State Park. About 70 Lions and friends came out to welcome the IP as he stopped on his Centennial Bus Tour near Claymont, DE. IP Corlew inducted 7 new lions into our District and toured the site of the playground that Claymont Lions built a few years ago.Photo’s Courtesy of PDG Bob Daniels