Tentative

Session #

SESSION TIME/DAY

ROOM

CREATIVE TITLES

DESCRIPTION

FACILITATOR

Moderator

TBD

Webinar

Gathering the Tools

Facilitator/Moderator Meeting

Tom Gordon

Education Team

N/A

8:30-11:00 am Thursday

101/102/103

Planting The Seeds of Service

Service Showcase: (Diabetes, Hunger, Environment, Vision, Childhood Cancer)

Debbie Doty (D),Gary Anderson (V), Evelyn Cooper (H), Aaron Horn (C), and Nancy Messmer

X

N/A

11:30 am Thursday

101/102/103

Open the Gates for the Strides' Kickoff

Strides Kickoff

Dawn Rice-Norton

X

N/A

12:30-1:40 pm Thursday

101/102/103

Sowing the Seeds of change: Tradition vs. Service

This interactive and engaging presentation takes a careful look at the traditions of Lionism and seeing where they need to be updated and adapted to a new and modern Era of Service. As Lions, we both love and respect our traditions, but we need to consider if they can sometimes be a barrier to new ideas and membership growth.

Daniel Marney Elkins

Erin Beck

N/A

10:00-11:10 am Saturday

Boardroom 2

Blue Ribbon Affair

PIP/PID Meeting

President Doug Alexander

Sanjeev Ahuja

N/A

10:00-11:10 am Saturday

Boardroom 3

Best of Show

Companion Meeting

Lori Sheehan

Greg Holmes

1

2:00-3:10 pm Thursday

302/303

Preparing The Soil with First Timers

A virtual session will be held a few weeks prior to the in-person seminar in Des Moines where we will review the program, schedule, lineup of keynote speakers, Strides Event, the opportunity to participate in a hands on project, and the venues, especially the layout of the Iowa Convention Center. This advanced session will give first timers some tips and ideas on maximizing their time at the Forum. The in-person seminar in Des Moines will focus on new and updated Forum information and provide new first time Forum attendees with the opportunity to meet and connect with others.

Polly Voon

Sally Kenavan

43

2:00-3:10 pm Thursday

304/305

Growing Lions through Environmental Service

Meet our international service goal to sustainably protect and restore our environment to improve the well-being of all communities.  Implement effective, impactful environmental service projects.

Nancy Messmer

Debra Grassi

27

2:00-3:10 pm Thursday

307/308

Planting Specialty Clubs to Create Bumper Crop Harvests

Presenters will share their success stories in chartering specialty clubs. From planting the seeds in existing community groups, to cultivating interest and nurturing the idea of starting a club, fertilizing and expanding the group to prepare to charter, to reaping a fully grown, successful specialty club, participants should not only see the potential in expanding membership through specialty clubs, but also become energized by the creative strategies implemented by the planters.

Marie Cunning, Richard Stevenson, Dr. Robt. Littlefield; Debby Horner

Sanjay Khetan

44

2:00-3:10 pm Thursday

309/310

Influencing Future Leadership with the New Lions Quest Strategies

Lions Quest

John Babb

45

2:00-3:10 pm Thursday

312/313

Nurturing Tender Plants with Services for Children

There is joy in nurturing children by providing food, clothing, and other essentials to those in need. However, there is even greater joy in teaching and showing ALL children the importance of serving others.

Susie Dailey

Liz Steele

N/A

2:00-3:10 pm Thursday

314/315

OPEN

LU Grad Prep/Setup

N/A

2:00-3:10 pm Thursday

317/318

OPEN

LU Grad Prep/Setup

46

2:00-3:10 pm Thursday

319/320

Read Between the Lions

To Read or Not to Read...that is the question. Learn how to use this Lions Reading Skills Program to help more than 20% of the general population improve their reading skills. RBTL is designed to identify a lack of saccadic fixation through screening and to help remediate with repetitive techniques.

Breanne Moore, Janyce Rossall

Ed Cordes

N/A

2:00-3:10 pm Thursday

101/102/103

OPEN

6

3:30-4:40 pm Thursday

302/303

Cultivating Our Leaders: Serving as an International Director

Serving our Association as an International director is a unique and awesome experience, and there are so many different pathways toward achieving this position in Lionism. Allow Immediate Past International Director Mark to share some of his experiences, and those of his peers, on the various duties, roles, and responsibilities of an International Director.

Mark Lyon

Carolyn Messier

61

3:30-4:40 pm Thursday

304/305

Electronic Farming in the Digital Environment

Attendees will hear about the latest tools and technologies available to them from the association and learn how to farm for information that helps them grow their clubs and districts.

Matthew Wallace

Jose Marrero

73

3:30-4:40 pm Thursday

307/308

Gathering the Crops with Lions Pins

Learn about the history of the Lions International Pin Trading Club (LITPC) as well as the various types, themes, and stories behind the pins that make pin trading so appealing.

Gene English 919-740-5295and Phil Schrack 571-330-3119

Bob Block

N/A

3:30-4:40 pm Thursday

309/310

OPEN

2

3:30-4:40 pm Thursday

312/313

Harvesting The Crop: Lions University Graduation

Celebrate the achievements of Lions who have completed the Lions University Bachelors, Masters, and/or Doctorate Programs throughout the last year.

Gary Steele and University Deans

X

2

3:30-4:40 pm Thursday

314/315

Harvesting The Crop: Lions University Graduation

Celebrate the achievements of Lions who have completed the Lions University Bachelors, Masters, and/or Doctorate Programs throughout the last year.

Gary Steele and University Deans

X

2

3:30-4:40 pm Thursday

317/318

Harvesting The Crop: Lions University Graduation

Celebrate the achievements of Lions who have completed the Lions University Bachelors, Masters, and/or Doctorate Programs throughout the last year.

Gary Steele and University Deans

X

2

3:30-4:40 pm Thursday

319/320

Harvesting The Crop: Lions University Graduation

Celebrate the achievements of Lions who have completed the Lions University Bachelors, Masters, and/or Doctorate Programs throughout the last year.

Gary Steele and University Deans

X

N/A

3:30-4:40 pm Thursday

101/102/103

OPEN

7

8:30-9:40 am Friday

302/303

Enjoying the Harvest as a Past District Governor

Learn how to contribute after being a District Governor

Sharon Battaglia

Ed Fenton

47

8:30-9:40 am Friday

304/305

The Ohio Lions Pediatric Cancer Foundation Is Making a Difference

The presentation will detail the history of the STEPS program in MD13 and the formation of the Ohio Lions Pediatric Cancer Foundation. The Foundation's activities during its two years of existence will be illustrated with sources from their website, brochure, and other photographs.

Dave Stockum

Lydia Houser

16

8:30-9:40 am Friday

307/308

Lions University 204: Recognition

it's unfortunate that many Lions are more likely to thank their waiter for filling a water glass than for thanking a fellow Lion for their service. Join Past Council Chair Jodi to learn more about the importance of recognitions/appreciation.

Jodi Burmester

Clarence Harris

60

8:30-9:40 am Friday

309/310

Inventory Control: Reporting Service on MyLion

Understand the importance of reporting service and learn how to navigate MyLion to find Service Projects and view your impact.

Elizabeth Huskey

Debbie Hough Cantrell

48

8:30-9:40 am Friday

312/313

Reading is A Right

Listening and reading are very different. Too often, children are pushed away from braille in school because of cost or expediency. This is a mistake - readers are leaders and having access to reading is a right that we can all work together to make happen.

Joe Quintanilla

Patrick Parker

49

8:30-9:40 am Friday

314/315

Diabetes from a Blind Perspective

Are you looking for a relevant service project to offer the diabetic population in your community? Come to hear from Lions who suffer from diabetes and are visually impaired. They will discuss their complications and the community resources that they have accessed.

Terri Ann Huffman

Theresa Kee

35

8:30-9:40 am Friday

317/318

Putting the Fun (and Games) into Lions

Do you want to (re)engage Lions in your clubs/districts? Are your Lions having Fun? Learn how to apply the typical elements of game playing (such as point scoring and competition), also know as gamification, to Lions activities through concrete examples.

Martin Middleton

Phyllis Wooten Perry

59

8:30-9:40 am Friday

319/320

Correct Plowing Techniques for Legal Issues

Legal Matters: A seminar to discuss the governing documents, polices, dispute resolution, insurance coverage and foundation matters that guide and impact clubs, districts and multiple districts around the world.

David Kingsbury

Steve Glass

22

8:30-9:40 am Friday

101/102/103

GMA Focus Area 1: Planting Seeds of Service in New Communities

Focus Area 1 of the Global Membership Approach highlights “Rejuvenating Districts with New Clubs”. When Lions plant a new club, our service footprint is extended. Those in attendance will discover how to charter a traditional club, a specialty club, and a cyber club.

Tim Kershner Henry Wyckoff Richard Stevenson

Dave Wineman

69

8:30-9:40 am Friday

107/108

Don't Fence Me In: Jedi Yoga

The force is like duct tape: there is a dark side and a light side which holds the world together, and anyone can us it. This time will be used to center oursleves with the light side of the force to see how it connects us to what we do as Lions. This is a beginner level, we will be doing minor stretches and bending (chair options will be available.)

Krisha Stroschine

Suzanne Diehm

57

10:00-11:10 am Friday

302/303

Funding Your Farm with LCIF Grants

General overview of all LCIF grant programs and how to apply.

Jim Ervin

Mike Banks

50

10:00-11:10 am Friday

304/305

Partnering for Service

How Lions from LCI/LCIF to club levels form partnerships to increase their service potential. Learn how your club can partner with others to increase the impact of service within your community.

Rick Dodson

Larry Edwards

12

10:00-11:10 am Friday

307/308

Agronomy 101: Learn about Lions University

What Is Lions University?

Gary Steele & LU Deans

Gary Steele

79

10:00-11:10 am Friday

309/310

Hillrom and School Health

Hillrom and School Health are excited to be at the Lions USA/Canada Leadership Forum to discuss how to improve sight and prevent blindness in children and adults. For over 100 years, Hillrom has developed innovative medical devices, including the Welch Allyn Spot Vision Screener. School Health is the strategic distributor for Spot Vision Screener for Lions Clubs and an expert in vision screening sales, consultation and training.

Maryellen O'Keefe Smith Dave Roebuck

Esther La Mothe

62

10:00-11:10 am Friday

312/313

Plowing the Field of Social Media

We all know about Facebook, but what the heck is Tik-Tok? Snapchat? Twitter? Join the youngest Past Council Chair in the world as he shares tips, tricks, and details about how to understand the every-changing world of Social Media.

Brandon Johnson

Matt Doney

5

10:00-11:10 am Friday

314/315

Clearing the Land to Host a Forum

If you would like to host a Forum, come to learn what is involved.

Harvey Whitley, Paul Bledsoe, Lowell Bonds

X

72

10:00-11:10 am Friday

317/318

Creating Our Legacy with Leo-Lions

Leo Lion Service Journey

Subarna Sahni, Mahesh Chitnis

Pamela Graney

10

10:00-11:10 am Friday

319/320

Rounding Up the Farmers for More Successful Zone Meetings

Why would I, as a Lion, want to attend a Zone Meeting? Join Lion Barbara for some innovating and interesting ideas to encourage Lions to attend and keep coming back!

Barbara Thompson

Diane Whitley

11

10:00-11:10 am Friday

101/102/103

Come to the Fair: Club Presidents meet the International President

Club Presidents Meet Your International President

Douglas Alexander

Howard Hudson

4

2:00-3:10 pm Friday

302/303

Calgary 2022

You got a preview of Calgary 2022 at lunch. Come learn a little more about this exciting venue.

Randy Heitman and Tyler Bray

Harvey Whitley

36

2:00-3:10 pm Friday

304/305

Growing Your Public Speaking Skills

Does public speaking make you want to shrivel up? Learn how to nurture your public speaking skills so you can bloom.

Jessi Troester

Derek Ledda

17

2:00-3:10 pm Friday

307/308

Lions University 207: Nurturing Our Furture Leadership Crop through Delegation

Delegation is a skill. While we need to expand our leadership pool at all levels, the best way to achieve that is to share leadership opportunities with those who have the willingness to add more responsibilities.  You will not only be nurturing another leader, but you will experience more time to devote to other areas.   Attend the class to enhance your skills in becoming a better leader.

Bud Wahl

Colleen Oncay

56

2:00-3:10 pm Friday

309/310

LCIF's Diabetes Grants Provide Proper Fertilization

Diabetes grants program and how to apply.

Jenny Ware

Gary Brown

51

2:00-3:10 pm Friday

312/313

A Lion's Best Friend helps veterans and Front-line workers

Learn how dogs can assist those with various disabilities

Jamie Fisher

Gretchen Preston

78

2:00-3:10 pm Friday

314/315

Terry Lynn: How to Boost Your Suporter Loyalty and Retention

Come learn from Terry Lynn's expertise

Mary Jo Mackin and Jennifer Lucas

John Davis

37

2:00-3:10 pm Friday

317/318

United We Stand, Divided We Fall

They say, "it takes a Village to raise a child," but what if the Village is fractured and its members refuse to work together? This session explores the need to reach across aisles, to welcome diversity and to become the olive branch in order to heal the discord in the Village to best serve the community. Filled with creative tools, ideas and activities to foster the interconnection between strangers, this workshop will equip you with the skills and reasons to become a Uniter rather than a Divider!

Scott Michels

Debra Wasserman

63

2:00-3:10 pm Friday

319/320

Virtual Fundraising: Marketing Your Crops to Benefit Others

The pandemice certainly taught us the importance of adapting to the circumstances. Many fundraising opportunities disappeared, but virtual fundraising became an easy and effective way to add lots of small donations to total a BIG year of fundraising. The Ohio County Virtual Lions club in Wheeling, WV chartered prior to the pandemic and learned how to increase their non-existent treasury. President Matt Rafe will share their successes and tips on how your club can do the same.

Matt Rafa

Geoffrey Wade

23

2:00-3:10 pm Friday

101/102/103

GMA Focus Area 2: Every Club Needs to Host a Barn Raising

Focus Area 2 of the Global Membership Approach highlights Revitalizing Clubs with New Members". Since new members are the key to expanding our service footprint, learn how to invite neighbors to join our efforts to meet the needs of the community.  The Panel will share ideas that have proven to be successful in their clubs.  

Len Cutuli , Greg Evans, Tebo Richards

Al Hedstrom

80

3:30-4:40 pm Friday

302/303

PlusOptix

Plusoptix - Vision screening for all ages: now with both refraction and acuity. As Plusoptix continues to lead in the field with innovative screening features, we're helping the Lions cultivate leaders in screening by meeting your school age needs.

Tammy Johnson

Jeff Gans

28

3:30-4:40 pm Friday

304/305

Young Lion Leaders Planting the Seeds for a Successful Future

Determine how getting comfortable, while being uncomfortable will help set you and your club up for future success. While change is uncomfortable at first, it paves the way for future success.

Jordan Glass-Williams

Micheal Gibbs

14

3:30-4:40 pm Friday

307/308

Lions University 128: the Lions Mentoring Program

The Nuts and Bolts to mentoring new Lions.

Doug Wight

Deb Weaverling

64

3:30-4:40 pm Friday

309/310

Keep Your Data Safe by Maintaining Your Fences

With all of the cyber security breeches, come to learn more about keeping your data safe.

Glen Logan

Kembra Smith

29

3:30-4:40 pm Friday

312/313

Gathering the Pride: Adding and Retaining Members

Membership/Retention

Michael Foote

Bill Phillipi

38

3:30-4:40 pm Friday

314/315

Cultivating Your Strengths to Achieve Success in Lions and in Life

This interactive session will give Lions the opportunity to recognize and maximize their strengths. Lions will learn how to utilize their strengths and the strengths of others in order to achieve success in Lions and in life.

Jessica Wentworth

Ken Klemish

52

3:30-4:40 pm Friday

317/318

Leading the Way to Beat Childhood Cancer

Lion Aaron will share his personal connection with childhood cancer and how it led to starting an organization that has raised over $470,000 for childhood cancer reasearch and support programs. Learn actionable tips on ways for your club to support LCI's Childhood Cancer Global Gause.

Aaron Horn

Joanne Ogden

74

3:30-4:40 pm Friday

319/320

Fiduciary Responsibilities: Lions Clubs Nonprofit and Tax Compliance

Nonprofits and Tax Compliance for Lions Clubs

Deborah Braun

B.J. Blankenship

8

3:30-4:40 pm Friday

101/102/103

District Governors' Crop Reports

District Governors Share Their Progress with IP Doug

Douglas Alexander

Anthony Paradiso

55

8:30-9:40 am Saturday

302/303

 Campaign 100: Bringing Home the Bacon 

Campaign 100; Ensuring success in the final year! With just over nine months left in Campaign 100, the excitement is building. Please join us as we get an update, discuss LCIF successes and challenges, and see what is needed to reach our goals. We're in the homestretch and the finish line is in sight! let's empower our Lions to serve.

Joe Preston Jenny Ware

Kerry McKnight

65

8:30-9:40 am Saturday

304/305

Sowing Seeds – Virtual Learning

LLL (Lions+Leadership+Learning) will never be the same! Mark and Anne will provide virtual learning guidelines and advice to engage Lions all over planet Earth and share some of their virtual learning experience.

Anne Smarsh & Mark Mansell

Dale Burmester

15

8:30-9:40 am Saturday

307/308

Lions University 132: Preparing to Be a Club Officer

This session is to enable and empower Lions Club Officers with the knowledge, skill, and resource to be successful in their respective rols as a club officer. Content includes Leadership Skills, SWOT Analysis, Overcoming Challenges, Resources and Trainings, Transition and Succession, and more...

Fanny Chu

Mike Retzlaff

58

8:30-9:40 am Saturday

309/310

Show Me the Money: LCI Grants

While many of us are well-versed in the grants that our Foundation, LCIF, provides, are you aware of the grants that are available to clubs, districts, and multiple districts regarding membership, leadership, service, etc.? Please join ID Justin as he shares this important information.

Justin Faber

Joe Pitts

19

8:30-9:40 am Saturday

312/313

Lions University 300: Doctorate Program

Doctorate Program Overview and Project Development

Deanna Rostock

Karen Burns

76

8:30-9:40 am Saturday

314/315

How Advocacy Can Help Develop Your District, Part 1

New advocacy strategy and to apply to new club growth

Jimmy Ross and Natalie Brain

Norm Messier

3

8:30-9:40 am Saturday

317/318

Leo/Young Lion Program

This Saturday program provides Leos and Young Lions the opportunity to interact, network, share experiences, and learn about a variety of opportunities available to young people through Lions

66

8:30-9:40 am Saturday

319/320

How to Organize an Online Leadership/Membership/Service Symposium.

Did you ever wonder what it takes to create a successful Online Training Presentation? Well, this session will provide you with ALL of the basics in an easy and creative step by step process.

Norm McDaniel

Beth Stevens

24

8:30-9:40 am Saturday

101/102/103

GMA Focus Area 3: Remotivate Our Members by Putting the Hay Where the Cows Can Get It

Focus Area 3 of the Global Membership Approach highlights “Re-motivating Members with New and Exciting Service and Fellowship Opportunities”.  Learn the importance of providing hands-on service opportunities to keep members engaged and coming back for more.  Of course, all work and no play makes for a dull club.  Therefore, providing time to celebrate successes is as important as the service project, itself.

Steve Robeson Tom Gregg Blossom Anglin-Brown

Garner Andrews

70

8:30-9:40 am Saturday

107/108

Tilling by Hand: It's Zumba!

Zumba is fun! This Low Impact Zumba seminar is educational and interactive and will focus on fitness and a healthy lifestyle. It is excellent for men and women of all ages. Attendees will have a chance to experience a new and different style of fun fitness routine and introduction to chair Zumba. Fitness is essential to keep a healthy lifestyle and can fight Deadly diseases like DIABETES.

Varsha Naik

X

67

10:00-11:10 am Saturday

302/303

Tilling Methods: New Online Tools For Lions

Check out this introduction to the top online products and services to strengthen your club, district, and MD! Learn how they support service projects, recruiting, marketing, and fundraising. See why they make the administration of your club easier, faster and better. Learn how your leadership can save thousands of dollars and hours. Join PDG Charlie and a cast of (hopefully) thousands to have a few laughs and learn about the new tools that will make your Lions roar!

Charlie Short

Winster Ceballos

10:00-11:10 am Saturday

304/305

Sponsor

Save for Potential Sponsor

18

10:00-11:10 am Saturday

307/308

Lions University 228: Point of Order /Parliamentary Procedure

This is an interactive session using Robert’s Rules of Order and parliamentary procedure to facilitate an efficient and timely meeting.

Gary Fry

Mike Molenda

40

10:00-11:10 am Saturday

309/310

Planting the Field by Making SMART Goals Smarter

Do you know the pitfalls to avoid when setting SMART goals? Discover what they are and how to avoid them when using an approach to make your S.M.A.R.T. goals even S.M.A.R.T.E.R.

Malcolm Kirwan

Leroy Foster

82

10:00-11:10 am Saturday

312/313

Introducing our global vision for the future of Lions  

Lions have always been visionaries, innovators, achievers. That’s why we’re launching the Lions International Strategic Plan—a global roadmap that will guide us into the future and help us achieve our vision of being the global leader in humanitarian service. Discover where we’re going, how we’re planning to get there together, and what it means for Lions.

PID Joyce Middleton Mark Lyon

Michele Wyatt

77

10:00-11:10 am Saturday

314/315

How Advocacy Can Help Develop Your District, Part 2

Meeting With Your Member of Congress

Jimmy Ross and Natalie Brain

Daniel O'Reilly

3

10:00-11:10 am Saturday

317/318

Leo/Young Lion Program

This Saturday program provides Leos and Young Lions the opportunity to interact, network, share experiences, and learn about a variety of opportunities available to young people through Lions

53

10:00-11:10 am Saturday

319/320

Neighbors Feeding Neighbors

It's customary to think of your neighbor as the individual or family that lives next door to you. But when it comes to neighbors feeding neighbors, that definition is far too limiting. And when it comes to feeding our neighbors in need, then our neighbor could be the family in the Caribbean suffering from a natural disaster or the student in an African village who eats only one meal a day at school or the Iowa family who fell on hard times during the pandemic. During our time together we'll explore hunger and food insecurity in Iowa, throughout the U.S., and around the globe, and how you can get actively involved...if you aren't already.

Lisa Behrends

Kristin Glockhoff

34

10:00-11:10 am Saturday

101/102/103

What's Next for Lions Leaders: Cultivating a Future-Ready Mindset

How can you be a future-ready leader? By focusing on what’s within your control, you will remain poised and confident in the face of change and uncertainty. The process is not as complex as you may think; although, it often necessitates a shift in perspective, readiness to let go of the old and a willingness to embrace the new. As leaders, you are ideally positioned to influence situations that you can control. It begins by adopting a positive lens, choosing take initiative and take the lead. The future starts with you.

Michelle Ray

Paul Bledsoe

42

10:00-11:10 am Saturday

104/105/106

Service Project Braille Book Assembly

National Braille Press is a world leader in the production of Braille and Braille/print materials. We will be supporting their mission by placing Braille stickers on children’s board books-allowing both the sighted and the visually impaired to enjoy the selections, destined for distribution through NBP’s Children's Braille Book of the Month Club

Dawn Rice-Norton

71

10:00-11:10 am Saturday

107/108

Zeal with Zumba

Zumba is a high energy dance fitness program for Everbody & every-body! Moving your body to upbeat Latin songs and world music not only tones your physical body but keeps you mentally fit. So, let’s move your feet; dance to the beat, and “ exercise in disguise.

Varsha Naik

25

2:00-3:10 pm Saturday

302/303

GMA Focus Area 4: Every Farmer Needs the County Agent; Every Club Needs the GAT to Provide the Training and Resources to Engage Our Members

Focus Area 4 of the Global Membership Approach highlights “Leadership Support”. Discover how the Global Action Team can provide the needed training and resources to support the District IDEA Plan, while injecting fun, fellowship, and a little food.  When everyone contributes and moves the district toward reaching its goals, service increases, new members are engaged, and leadership skills are learned.

Mark Piva, Mechele Mosley, Bill Phillipi

C. David Lloyd

20

2:00-3:10 pm Saturday

304/305

Lions University 306: Ice Breakers

Encourage members to get to know and feel more comfortable with each other by using some fun activities.

Jessi Troester

Vickie Smith

68

2:00-3:10 pm Saturday

307/308

Tilling New Soil: Designing Effective Virtual Lions' Meetings

Due to the pandemic, many Lion leaders utilize virtual meetings to carry out their responsibilites with varying levels of comfort, satisfaction, and success. This session focuses on developing the skill of designing effective virtual meetings.

Rick Battaglia

James Anderson

54

2:00-3:10 pm Saturday

309/310

LCIF's impact Is Paying Dividends

General overview of LCIF’s global impact – including FY20-21 data/stories

Frank Moore

Ken Ibarra

30

2:00-3:10 pm Saturday

312/313

Leadership Mentorship Matters

Join this panel as they role play to illustrate positive and negative mentoring techniques.

Sam Lindsey, Lisa Free-Martin, Angela Cases, Paul Moore

Joe Al Picone

41

2:00-3:10 pm Saturday

314/315

Why Do We Plant the Seeds of Service?

Planting seeds of service enables us to grow personally and expand our aperture of service. We will explore ten laws to aid in our service growth.

Jay Moughon

Ed Farrington

3

2:00-3:10 pm Saturday

317/318

Leo/Young Lion Program

This Saturday program provides Leos and Young Lions the opportunity to interact, network, share experiences, and learn about a variety of opportunities available to young people through Lions

81

2:00-3:10 pm Saturday

319/320

Rebion-Blinq

blinq® vision screener

CK Chorley

Cindy Glass

9

2:00-3:10 pm Saturday

101/102/103

First Vice District Governors: Prepare for Next Year's Fair

First Vice District Governors meet with VP Brian Sheehan to hear his plans for DG-Elect Seminar and the International Convention.

Brian Sheehan

Bruce Beck

42

2:00-3:10 pm Saturday

104/105/106

Service Project Braille Book Assembly

National Braille Press is a world leader in the production of Braille and Braille/print materials. We will be supporting their mission by placing Braille stickers on children’s board books-allowing both the sighted and the visually impaired to enjoy the selections, destined for distribution through NBP’s Children's Braille Book of the Month Club

Dawn Rice-Norton

31

3:30-4:40 pm Saturday

302/303

Shepherding the Next Generation of Lions: Campus Lions Clubs

What are the benefits of the Campus Lions program and what can the Campus Clubs bring to our districts and Lions Clubs International?

Brett Rosenblum, Kazuaki Kashihara

Paul Fugate

75

3:30-4:40 pm Saturday

304/305

MD Administrators Share Successes and Challenges in the Farmer's Almanac

This session will review the best practices and challenges experienced by our Multiple District Administration Team and to consider the lessons learned from the Pandemic cycles of leadership and how we can prepare for the future.

Lori-Ann Beninson

Ric Houser

13

3:30-4:40 pm Saturday

307/308

Lions University 105: Dynamic Community Service Projects

Join us to learn how to choose, plan and execute Dynamic Community

Sheri and Jeri Retzlaff

Steve Thornton

32

3:30-4:40 pm Saturday

309/310

Lions' Membership Experience: A Pathway to Leadership

Join this guided discussion on how to leverage your strengths to overcome weaknesses and utilize those opportunities to become successful leaders.

Pat Vannett

Linda Tincher

33

3:30-4:40 pm Saturday

312/313

CQI and Club Excellence Make the Soil Fertile

Club Quality Initiative and Club Excellence

Beth Stevens

Mack Stevens

21

3:30-4:40 pm Saturday

314/315

Lions University 317: Simple Data Analysis

The class will discuss ways to create a simple data analysis framework for analyzing gathered data and determining how that data can be used to achieve our goals. We will first review the key components of LCI Forward and then learn about the five process steps to consider when analyzing data. Finally, we will listen to a case study that used simple data analysis with unexpected results.

Connie LeCleir Meyer

Rachel Johnson

3

3:30-4:40 pm Saturday

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Leo/Young Lion Program

This Saturday program provides Leos and Young Lions the opportunity to interact, network, share experiences, and learn about a variety of opportunities available to young people through Lions

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Growing Your Potential

Are you living up to your full potential as a Lion? Let's explore some ideas for developing/recognizing your potential as well as how you can get more satisfaction out of life and Lions.

Jerome Thompson

Eric Strimple

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Who Has the Best Farm: Membership, Leadership, or Service?

With 210 countries and geographical areas available for farming, land topography and weather conditions are bound to be different. Yet, farming is prevalent everywhere. Humans cannot survive without agricultural produce. Listen to these passionate Lion farmers as they discuss what leads to success-good quality seed (membership), the right tools (leadership), the choice of produce (service), or an optimum of all three.

AP Singh, Sangeeta, Gwen White

Maggie Robeson

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