Lions Club International District 418 Governor’s Advisory Meeting


District 418 Zone 4 of the Lions Club International holds its first District Governor’s Meeting in Accra at the Christ the king Parish Hall opposite the flagstaff house on Saturday 5th September 2020.

Hosting the 2020/2021 service year District Governor’s Meeting is the Accra Gye Nyame Lions club, Tema Harbour City Lions club, Kumasi Garden City Lions club, Accra Excel Lions Club and Tema Lions club.

In attendance will be high ranking members of the club who will be handling various topics for the meeting.

Lion Charles Ninsing MJF GST District coordinator will be handling the topic on “Community Needs Assessment”, Lion Kate Baaba Hudson PMJF-Past Regional chair will also be handle a talk on “Publicity”. Dr. Helna Asamoah will talk on “Specialty Clubs”.

Often considered the most important meeting for club officers, the District Governor’s Advisory Committee meeting, or zone meeting, gives club presidents, club first vice presidents, secretaries, membership and services chairs the chance to learn about the programs and initiatives of the district, and LCI.

However, by far the most valuable element of these meetings is the opportunity for these key leaders to simply exchange ideas and challenges with other club officers.
Beginning this Saturday September the 5th, with Zone 4, these meetings generally focus on the planning and implementation of service projects, club management, membership growth and leadership development.

While the main objective is to provide club officers a forum for discussion, the meeting also provides the zone chairperson the opportunity to gather recommendations that can be shared with the District Governorโ€™s Team.

The District Governorโ€™s Advisory Committee is chaired by the zone chairperson and includes all club presidents, club first vice presidents and club secretaries within the zone.

The committee meets at least three times annually as outlined in the District Constitution and By-Laws. Some areas host a fourth meeting, which is optional, to celebrate the successes of the year and/or introduce incoming club officers to the concept of zone meetings.

The committeeโ€™s responsibilities are to:
1.Ensure that every club is operating effectively, following the International Constitution and By-Laws (LA-1) and policies, and meeting the needs of its members.

  1. Ensure that clubs provide meaningful service, inspire membership growth and leadership development.
  2. Promote the programs offered by the district, and LCI.
  3. Ensure that each club installs club officers, inducts new members and
    recognizes member achievements in a way that is meaningful.
  4. Encourage clubs to participate in district, and international
  5. Promote inter-club meetings and encourage clubs to attend charter nights and other district events.
    You are welcomed to attend any of these meetings coming up even if they are outside your zone.

Lions serve. Itโ€™s that simple, and it has been since we first began in 1917. Our clubs are places where individuals join together to give their valuable time and effort to improving their communities, and the world.

Our Mission

To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions clubs.

Our Vision

To be the global leader in community and humanitarian service.

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