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District 201N2 Australia

South - Eastern New South Wales and the ACT.

ABOUT LIONS DISTRICT 201N2

The MD201 N2 Lions District encompasses South-East New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory, comprising 67 Lions Clubs & 2 Branch Clubs with a total of 1647 Members {as at 6th July 2016}, 9 Leo Clubs with a total of 231 members as at April 2012, and 6 Lioness Clubs with a total of 95 Members {as at 30th June 2014}, serving their communities in:

* South-west suburbs of Sydney

* Southern Highlands

* Goulburn, Yass and Bowning areas

* Canberra area

* Monaro & Snowy Mountains

* Far South Coast

* Eurobodalla

* Shoalhaven

* Kiama area

* Illawarra

Total Lions Worldwide 1,376,029 {as at 6th July 2016}

District Governor Sharon's Theme:

We can assume that we know what our communities need and then deliver services that we feel are required. Have we LISTENED to our community and communicated with them about what they feel is the need?

Communication is my major focus for this year. This is between Cabinet Officers, Clubs, Members and the Community. An important factor with communication is active listening.  If you do not listen you therefore cannot understand and communicate effectively.

We all know the pitfalls of miscommunication. We all need to think about what we want to communicate and how we are going to go about it. We cannot go forward thinking that our opinion is the only opinion.  The sharing of information, knowledge and even opinions will see us move forward in a positive manner.

Communication can be in a number of formats - written, verbal, report format, even a text message. Be clear and concise so that we all understand what you are communicating and can assist if required or be applauded for innovation.

I will endeavour to ensure that I practice active listening so that we can Go Out Listen & Deliver. GOLD Lions Service to our communities.

 

 

Becoming a Lion

Lions Club members are men and women who strive to make a difference in their local community as well as in communities worldwide. Their volunteer efforts go beyond the support of vision care, to addressing unmet health and education needs worldwide.

To Join a Lions Club, is by Invitation, but applications are encouraged from all members of the community.

Membership is open to men and women over the age of 18 years and of good moral character and reputation.

Interested in becoming a member?

Lions have been a part of the Australian community since 1947, helping to serve the people without promise or want of reward, the silent workers, working for the greater good.

Lions are people just like you! Find out More......... Click the Links below:

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ARE YOU AGED BETWEEN 12 AND 28 AND WANT TO BECOME INVOLVED:

WHY NOT BECOME A LEO:

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LIONESS CLUBS IN AUSTRALIA:

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