1. DO YOU WANT TO BE AN INTERNATIONAL DIRECTOR?
Being an International Director takes time and commitment. Lions Joe and Jenny have the answers to all your questions.
Facilitators: Joe Preston
                   Jenny Ware
Moderator: Diane Whitley

2. FIRST TIME AT THE FORUM? JOIN THE FUN!
Lion Marvin will provide hints for making your first forum a great success! Bring your questions!
Facilitator: Marvin Chambers
Moderator: Neil Spencer

3. HOT CEREMONIES TO FIRE UP YOUR LIONS
We’ve all been there: the dull Installation of Officers and the ill prepared, haphazard New Member Induction. If
the old saying about having only one chance to make a first impression is true, then we don’t want to start a new
Lion’s membership or a Club Officer’s year with one of those. As with any undertaking, prior planning will
produce a positive, memorable ceremony for either occasion. A ceremony can be fun, even silly, and still be an
event to cherish and remember. A well conducted ceremony should be a successful beginning for the new Lion
or that Cabinet or Board.
Facilitators: Bill Newyear
                   Marcia Newyear
Moderator: Connie LeCleir-Meyer

4. YOUNG LIONS MAKING A DIFFERENCE
Lions Jordan and Cheryl have success stories to share! Find out how these Lions are making a difference.
Facilitators: Jordan Glass
                   Cheryl Kerns
Moderator: Karen Burns

5. LIONS UNIVERSITY 228: Parliamentary Procedure
Take the class. Enhance your skills. Become a better leader!
Facilitator: Gary Fry
Moderator: Tom Gordon

6. THE SECRETS TO BIDDING AND HOSTING A FORUM
Find out how to bring the Forum to a community near you! These past Forum General Chairs have all the scoop.
Facilitators: Mark Hintzmann
                   Lowell Bonds
                   Gary Anderson
Moderator: Allan Hunt

7. SIGHT AND LIONS PARTNERSHIPS
Learn how SightLife became an emerging Global Health Organization with a mission to eliminate
Corneal Blindness Globally.
Facilitators: Claire Bonilla
                   Josie Noah
Moderator: Deb Weaverling

8. GAMIFICATION: Putting the Fun Back into LIONS
This presentation will show you how to apply typical elements of game playing (such as point scoring and competition) to (re)engage LIONS in your club/district/multiple through concrete examples.
Facilitator: Martin Middleton
Moderator: Len Day

9. LEADERSHIP LESSONS LEARNED FROM RUNNING AROUND
This seminar will describe how Lion Steve’s Leadership skills were developed unknowingly from the age of 14 years when he started running with his ultimate goal of wanting to be an Olympic Athlete. This journey has highs and lows yet prepared him for anything that might be faced in our personal, professional or Lions’ lives. This is Lion Steve’s personal journey.
Facilitator: Steve Somerset
Moderator: Tom Baumann

10. CAMPAIGN 100: Building Service Opportunities
Have you heard about Campaign 100? The potential is there to provide outstanding service locally and worldwide. Find out more!
Facilitator: Joe Preston
                  Brian Stevenson
Moderator: Jacquie Tripp

11. ARE YOU ROARING ABOUT THE NEW LIONS’ TECHNOLOGY?
If you aren’t roaring about the potential and possibilities of the new Lions’ Technology, you should be. Learn about new and innovative tools that lead to greater success!
Facilitator: Michael Scott
Moderator: Yves Leveille

12. THE SERVICE JOURNEY
How will we support our Lions’ engagement with our global causes in our next century of service? Our answer to this important question is the Service Journey. While it may sound new, the Service Journey methodology is the embodiment of our first 100 years as an organization. It is how we are going to describe the way we serve moving forward: our unique approach to accomplishing our mission. In order to help Lions and Leos practically engage their Service Journey, we’re providing a host of new tools and resources. Join this seminar to learn more.
Facilitator: Gary F. Brown
Moderator: Gwen White

13. TOP TEN THINGS A CLUB PRESIDENT NEEDS TO KNOW WHEN THE DG VISITS
When company comes to visit, we all want to be at our best. When the District Governor comes to your club, be ready!
Facilitator: Micheal Gibbs
Moderator: Hilary Kumnick

14. HARNESS THE POWER OF LEADERSHIP
In this hands-on, energetic presentation you will learn Leader Dogs don’t respond to leadership buzzwords. They learn through training that focuses on guidance, reinforcement, and clarification—Harness the Power of Leadership is based on these same principles. Learn how using the same techniques as the best working guide dog teams can make you a better leader, Lion and communicator.
Facilitators: Beth Slade
Moderator: Richard Liebno

15. BUILDING A WORLD WITHOUT BLINDNESS: Lions, Eye Banks, and the Future of Sight Restoration
In this presentation, you will learn:
-How the Lions built a system that effectively eliminated preventable corneal blindness in the United States, a huge achievement!
-How this system is evolving to serve the rest of the world, and tackle other forms of preventable blindness. Many exciting opportunities lie ahead for Lions and their partners to make a real difference in restoring sight.
-Some of the challenges that may undermine the success of this system and Lions contributions to it. Keeping the system true to the charitable intent of its Lions founders is an emerging challenge.
-Practical actions that Lions members and leaders can take to overcome the challenges and ensure a bright future for all those suffering from preventable blindness.
This session is for anyone who is interested in the past, present, and future of Lions sight restoration efforts. Together, we can build a World Without Blindness!
Facilitator: Collin Ross
Moderator: Ron Weaverling

16. MAKING CHANGE STICK: Managing Transitions
Change is hard, especially after 100 years of success – but, change we must. It’s a new Lions’ century and the world around us is presenting challenges Lions have not faced previously. How do we successfully meet these challenges? How do we introduce the necessary change and move forward stronger? The session will provide an opportunity for Lions to share their challenges in introducing or experiencing change within their clubs and districts, while also providing specific strategies to manage transitions in addition to managing change – strategies that enhance the likelihood of successful change.
Facilitator: Rick Battaglia
Moderator: Ed Farrington

17. THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL VICE PRESIDENT WITH THE FVDGS
If you are a First Vice District Governor, this is an opportunity to meet and greet your First International Vice President as well as learn a little more about the FVDG/DGE Training and Seminar.
Facilitator: Haynes Townsend
Moderator Steve Somerset

18. ENHANCING TECHNOLOGY THROUGH IMPACTFUL MARKETING
In today’s ever-changing world, we sometimes have the challenge of pushing out new technology before it is ready for “prime time”. There are many ways in which our Association has introduced technology to make an even greater impact on and for our Lions. So, which comes first— technology or marketing? We know that the best marketing today involves technology and that technology enhances marketing. Lion Mark has ideas to share that can build your brand and make your club a stronger leader in the community.
Facilitator: Mark Lyon
Moderator: Gary Brown

19. BETTER TOGETHER: Successful Youth Projects
Learn how to plan and facilitate a successful youth service project that will engage your community, empower youth and inspire the next generation of Lions to serve. This seminar will teach you how to leverage community partnerships, increase media exposure and discover effective ways to implement a program or project with the youth in your community.
Facilitator: Daniel Marney Elkins
Moderator: John Harper

20. THE MAKING OF THE USA/CANADA LIONS LEADERSHIP FORUM
A USA Canada Lions Leadership Forum doesn’t just happen. It takes years of planning for all of the pieces to fall into place. Join past General Chairperson Doug for answers on how a Forum is put together and a review of some comments from past Forums.
Facilitator: Doug Lozier
Moderator: Jess Larison

21. LIONS UNIVERSITY 300: Doctoral Overview and Project Understanding
Dean of the Doctoral certification for Lions University, Lion Deanna, has the answers to your questions. Whether you are ready to move into the doctoral program or just want more information, this seminar is for you.
Facilitator: Deanna Rostock
Moderator: Vickie Phillipi

22. DOES YOUR CLUB GET ALONG?
Conflict can cripple a club’s service and negatively impact membership. Lion Greg can help you manage your conflict.
Facilitator: Greg Gilliam
Moderator: Kathy Littlefield

23. THE IMPACT OF THE NORTHWEST LIONS FOUNDATION IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST
Since 1969, The Northwest Lions Foundation, in collaboration with all the Lions in MD19, have reached out to hundreds of thousands of people with sight and hearing challenges. Learn about some of these innovative programs.
Facilitators: Bill Lundin
Sandy Jeghers
Moderator: John Davis

24. LEADERSHIP 101: What’s in Your Bag?
Are you just getting started as a Lion Leader? Maybe you have some skills and just need a brush up. Join Pat as she identifies the skills and abilities needed in your leadership bag of tricks!
Facilitator: Pat Vannett
Moderator: Neal Nichols

25. CLUB PRESIDENTS MEET YOUR INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT
Club presidents take this opportunity to meet International President Jung-Yul Choi. Make a connection with the International President during your year as Club President.
Facilitator: Jung-Yul Choi
Moderator: Ed McCormick

26. COMPLIANT AND ETHICAL LEADERSHIP: What Every Lion Leader Should Know about LCI CBL and Policy Requirements
For Lions Clubs to function legally, there are expectations, parameters, and boundaries. Join Lion Steve as he shares his expertise and wisdom.
Facilitator: Steve Glass
Moderator: Phyllis Carlin

27. LEADERSHIP FOR THE FUTURE
In today’s world technology, transparency and the capacity to make a global impact are non-negotiable. Leadership in LCI must be future ready to stay relevant and effective. Are you prepared?
Facilitator: A. P. Singh
Moderator: Bruce Beck

28. LIONS UNIVERSITY 109: Conflict Resolution
Take the class. Enhance your skills. Become a better leader.
Facilitator: Connie LeCleir-Meyer
Moderator: Dale Bachman

29. GET THE WORD OUT ABOUT YOUR SERVICE
Serving our communities is what sets Lions apart. Promoting your service means you will reach those who need your service and maybe service minded individuals who might just become a member.
Facilitator: Stephanie Odell
Moderator: Liz Steele

30. EXPERIENCE LCICON SINGAPORE AND WHAT TOURS IT HAS WAITING FOR YOU WITH OUR PREFERRED TOUR OPERATOR
Now is the time to meet and see a fantastic presentation of the Pre and Post Tours that will be offered for Singapore, just to name a few: City Temples and Waterways, Treasures of Southeast Asia, Thailand Sampler, Treasures of Vietnam and Exotic Bali. We have partnered with Campaign 100, learn how your District or MD can earn a donation. Special Discount will be given to those who sign up for a tour during the Forum.
Facilitators: Rose Marie Spatafore
                   Ai Nguyen
Moderator: Steven Tremaroli

31. MAY YOUR EVERY WISH BE GRANTED
Begin with the end in mind is always the best way to approach a grant. Other tips, including specificity to the particular grant being considered, will be shared by our experienced grant writer, Lion Beverly. Tips will be applicable to grants from any source, with specific pointers for LCIF grants.
Facilitator: Beverly Nichols
Moderator: Liz Crooke

32. ZUMBA IS FOR EVERYONE! WHAT ABOUT YOU?
Zumba is fun! This educational and interactive seminar will focus on fitness and a healthy life style. This “Low Impact Zumba” seminar is great for all ages, men and women. Attendees will have a chance to experience a new and different style of fitness routine.
Facilitator: Varsha Naik
Moderator: Subarna Sahni

33. DGS AND THE INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT: Time Well Spent
District Governors met President Choi in Milan. Continue the conversations to build our Association.
Facilitator: Jung-Yul Choi
Moderator: Ed McCormick

34. NAMI: Not Just Another Acronym
NAMI is not just another acronym. It stands for the North American Membership Initiative. Join Future LCI Presidents Haynes Townsend and Brian Sheehan as they outline the key pieces to NAMI. Learn how to rejuvenate Lions’ districts with new clubs, revitalize Lions’ clubs with new members and re-motivate Lions with new fellowship and exciting service. Yes, Lions we can make this happen!!
Facilitators: Haynes Townsend
Brian Sheehan
Moderator: Micheal Gibbs

35. BE THE LEADER THEY STAY FOR: INSPIRE, MOTIVATE AND KEEP GREAT LIONS
The influence of an effective leader is critical to the operations of any enterprise. No matter what your role may be…at the club, regional or district level, your leadership style directly impacts the atmosphere and influences the culture of Lions on a grand scale. In addition, your character and reputation are paramount to a new generation of members as they seek an experience that resonates with their own values and aspirations to make a difference in the community. Developing your leadership acumen will provide major dividends when you experience reduced attrition, improved club atmosphere and greater commitment.. Investing in your leadership development is a valuable business decision. People want, need and are inspired by great leadership! It starts with YOU.
Facilitator: Michelle Ray
Moderator: Erin Beck

36. CREATING SYNERGY THROUGH ACTION
Synergy is created when Lion Leaders take ACTION. Participants will discover the potential for their clubs and districts, as we develop a common dream of greater service, by engaging more volunteer members in our journey to a better tomorrow through informing, inviting and inspiring.
Facilitators: Patti Hill
Moderator: Robert Littlefield

37. LIONS UNIVERSITY 126: Mentoring and Orientating New Members
Take the class. Enhance your skills. Become a better leader
Facilitators: Sheri Retzlaf
Moderator: Dale Bachman

38. THE BUS FACTOR
If you were hit by a bus tomorrow, would your club/zone/district be able to continue running? Learn how to get into the leadership development mindset and grow tomorrow’s leaders today.
Facilitator: Jessi Troester
Moderator: Bob Lyons

39. PLUSOPTIX: Our Vision Screening Journey with the Lions
Plusoptix is the leader in vision screening technology. As an early Lions Clubs promoter of vision screening through programmatic training and leadership, we have polished our techniques for over a decade. This seminar will bring you the most up to date information about vision screening and Plusoptix advancements.
Facilitator: Tammy Johnson
Moderator: Tyler Spencer

40. AND WE’RE OFF…TO LOUISVILLE
Just like the horses take off at the Kentucky Derby, Lions will be taking off to embrace leadership. The 2020 Forum will be held in Louisville, Kentucky. General Chair Harvey and Host Chair Chuck have all of the details to make this Forum fabulous.
Facilitators: Harvey Whitley
                   Chuck Carlson
Moderator: Don Shove

41. ARE YOU LISTENING TO ME?
Listening is an art, part of clear communication and critical for club success. Join Lion Robert to find out more!
Facilitator: Robert Littlefield
Moderator: Linda McCormick

42. TRANSFORMING HOPE TO ACTION: 4 Critical Factors to Sustainable Growth in Leadership
You met Sherre’ DeMao at lunch. Join her as she shares what it takes to build excellence and sustainable growth in our organization. Great leadership does not just happen. It takes action. Sherre’ will introduce a model of value-building, thought-provoking relevance to help you lead our organization with purpose, passion and effectiveness.
Facilitator: Sherre’ DeMao
Moderator: Jenny Ware

43. ACTIVATING YOUR CLUBS AND DISTRICTS FOR GREATER SERVICE
Participants will discover the tools available to energize their clubs/districts, as we activate and mobilize Lions in North America. Together, we change lives through meaningful service, engaging more volunteers and leading in new and exciting ways.
Facilitators: Rob Hill
                   Jerome Thompson
Moderator: John Davis

44. LIONS UNIVERSITY 208: Time Management
Take the class. Enhance your skills. Become a better leader.
Facilitator: Nancy Watt-Durant
Moderator: Chris Bauer

45. MENTAL HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
Our mental health needs as much attention as our physical health, especially as volunteers with multiple priorities. Join Lion Anne to learn ideas to enhance your mental and emotional health.
Facilitator: Anne Smarsh
Moderator: Joyce Stevens

46. TERRI LYNN CAN HELP YOUR CLUB BRING IN THE BUCKS
To provide quality service, clubs need capital. Terri Lynn has a quality product that can garner those needed funds! Come and find out more.
Facilitator: Terrell Sellix
Moderator: Charles Newland

47. YOU DON’T HAVE TO DO IT ALL YOURSELF
Don’t get swamped. Strong leaders know how to delegate! There is wisdom behind sharing the load.
Facilitator: Nancy Russell
Moderator: John Bingham Jr

48. LCIF MAKES AN IMPACT WORLDWIDE
Lions around the world are united by a great spirit of giving and dedication to helping others. As the official charitable organization of Lions Clubs International, Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) supports Lions’ compassionate works across local and global humanitarian efforts. Join LCIF Chairperson Gudrun as she highlights the foundation’s impact.
Facilitator: Gudrun Yngvadottir
Moderator: Deb Wasserman

49. MILLENNIAL MINDSET: Five Strategies to Captivate the Younger Generation
By the year 2020, Millennials will comprise more than one in three adult Americans. By 2025 they will make up as much as 75% of the U.S. workforce. How can Lions increase organizational membership and participation among the next generation of leaders? Learn five key strategies to communicate with and inspire Millennials to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions Clubs.
Facilitator: Katherine Greenland
Moderator: Bill Newyear

50. NEW VOICES: Where Do We Go from Here?
New Voices have joined the discussions about leadership, membership, and service. Join Lion Joyce as she updates on the future.
Facilitator: Joyce Middleton
Moderator: Jan Weatherly

51. MEMBERS GONE WILD – DISSENT AND DISTRACTION
Have your club meetings become wild and rambunctious? Is there dissent and distraction getting in the way of club success? Lion Jerome has some techniques that can help manage your club and build success.
Facilitator: Jerome Thompson
Moderator: Lori Sheehan

52. LIONS UNIVERSITY 225: Ethics
Take the class. Enhance your skills. Become a better leader.
Facilitator: Deanna Rostock
Moderator: Steve Noble

53. LEADERSHIP THEORY: Red Teaming and Group Think Mitigation in Lions
Red Teaming is for better decision making and “group think” mitigation. Does it apply to Lions? Red Teaming uses tools and techniques to help us ask better questions, challenge assumptions, provide unconsidered information and develop viable alternatives. The desired end state is improved understanding, every member’s options are considered, and ultimately better decisions free from our own unseen biases and tendencies. The instruction will cover Red Teaming’s four principles and expose participants to useful tools to mitigate group think and help Lion Leaders get past “We have always done it that way”.
Facilitators: Ron Weaverling
                   Deb Weaverling
Moderator: Jennette Britton

54. A PARTNERSHIP THAT WORKS: Four Diamonds and the Lions of Pennsylvania
Cancer is the #1 cause of death by disease for children in the United States. Four Diamonds and the Lions of Pennsylvania are on a mission to change that reality and conquer childhood cancer by assisting children treated at Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital and their families through superior care, comprehensive support and innovative research. Come to hear about the partnership that was formed and learn how you can model this program in your area.
Facilitator: Katie Anderson
Moderator: Tom Gregg

55. BEHIND EVERY LION LEADER IS A POL
Even our highest international officers started as club presidents and zone chairs. We all started as a POL. Leadership matters!
Facilitator: Derek Ledda
Moderator: Kathy Heitmann

56. CITY OF HOPE
City of Hope is an independent biomedical research and treatment center for cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases. Founded in 1913, City of Hope is a leader in bone marrow transplantation and immunotherapy such as CAR T cell therapy. City of Hope’s translational research and personalized treatment protocols advance care throughout the world. Human synthetic insulin and numerous breakthrough cancer drugs are based on technology developed at the institution. A National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer center and a founding member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network, City of Hope is ranked one of America’s “Best Hospitals” in cancer by U.S. News & World Report.
Facilitator: Debbie Thurmond
Moderator: Tom Smarsh

57. LIONS UNIVERSITY: 205: Advanced Facilitating Skills
Take the class. Enhance your skills. Become a better leader.
Facilitator: Michael Retzlaff
Moderator: Jeoff Wade

58. LEADING WITHOUT AUTHORITY: How to Motivate and Guide Volunteers Who Don’t Have to Say ‘Yes
Volunteers are the life-blood of charitable organizations, giving their time, talent and treasure to achieve a greater mission. However, because volunteers have more autonomy than paid employees, conflicts can arise and cause the group to fail to meet its goals. But, that doesn’t have to be the case! In this workshop, Rachelle Strawther from Gonzaga University will share leadership stories and lessons from many years of non-profit work that have helped her learn to work effectively with volunteers. More importantly, she will provide strategies for Lions Club leaders to develop a foundation of trust and set their teams up for success.
Facilitator: Rachelle Strawther
Moderator: Debra Grassi

59. LIONS UNIVERSITY 223: Team Building
Take the class. Enhance your skills. Become a better leader.
Facilitator: Sharon Sikes
Moderator: Jackie Christensen

60. LIONS AND LEOS – SERVING THROUGH DIVERSITY
Lions and Leos share their ideas of service to explore the diversity of our organization and to teach valuable lessons to bring back to our home clubs.
Facilitator: Ojas Chitnis
Moderator: Diana Baumann

61. JOIN THE FIGHT TO SAVE VISION IN OUR CHILDREN WITH THE WELCH ALLYN® SPOT™ VISION SCREENER
A proud sponsor of Lions KidSight USA, join representatives from Hillrom™ and School Health® to get involved in a new service project with the Welch Allyn Spot Vision Screener—a handheld vision screener able to easily detect six vision risk factors in children.
Facilitator: Maryellen O’Keefe
Moderator: Nancy Wade

62. A CARE PACKAGE FOR WOMEN IN CRISIS
Not having a home, puts any woman in crisis. Join other Lions in this hands-on service project to build care packages for women in need.
Facilitator: Chris Carlone
Moderator: Marsha Brown

63. THE DOG ATE MY AGENDA
Things can go wrong at a meeting. Learn how to be prepared for anything!
Facilitator: Pat Parker
Moderator: Steve Thornton

64. THINKING DIFFERENTLY IS KEY FOR FUTURE SUCCESS
Joshua Allison is committed to moving corporate and individual leadership forward. Learn how you and your Lions clubs can benefit from his expertise.
Facilitator: Joshua Allison
Moderator: Steve Wasserman

65. PAST INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENTS LOOK TO THE FUTURE
Each of these Past International Presidents has a proud past. They also know we need to be forward thinking. Let’s take a look at the future!
Facilitators: Bob Corlew
                   Jim Ervin
                   Joe Preston
                   Al Brandel
Moderator: Haynes Townsend

66. LIONS UNIVERSITY 207: Delegation
Take the class. Enhance your skills. Become a better leader.
Facilitator: Bud Wahl
Moderator: Lynne Chambers

67. WHAT IS LIONS UNIVERSITY?
Lions University is an on-line Leadership Training program that has been developed to supplement and enhance the Leadership training offered at the USA/Canada Lions Leadership Forum. It offers three (3) programs (Bachelor, Masters, Doctorate) that provide webinars for Lions from the new Lion to a Lion desiring to become a trainer.
Facilitator: Gary Steele
Moderator: Diana Baumann

68. ADVOCACY: A New Way to Serve
Join PIP Jimmy Ross to learn about new tools to help you serve your community by advocating for the causes that are meaningful to your club members.
Facilitator: Jimmy Ross
Moderator: Mark Lyon

69. INS AND OUTS OF CYBER CLUBS
Cyber Clubs are impacting service, providing a new venue for membership and building lion leaders. They are also making worldwide connections.
Facilitator: Charles Short
Moderator: Kathy Lozier

70. HOW TO ROCK THE BOAT WITHOUT LOSING THE CREW
Change is great for some and stressful for others. To be relevant in today’s world, Lions need to embrace change that will make our clubs’ service more meaningful to our communities.
Facilitator: Sharon Sikes
Moderator Rebecca Thornton

71. PARTNERING FOR SERVICE
Gwen White has a story to tell about a very successful partnership between the Lions of North Carolina, the local community, and LCI. You can build and benefit from similar partnerships, too.
Facilitator: Gwen White
Moderator: Kembra Smith

72. HI! I’M YOUR NEW MEMBER, AND I’M LEAVING!
It’s frustrating when new members we work so hard to get wind up quitting after a few meetings and we never fully understand why. In this interactive session, you will catch a glimpse inside a Jungletown Lions Club meeting attended by new member Leona Lyon and have a chance to help her decide whether she should stay or leave by creating the ending to her story!
Facilitator: Connie LeCleir-Meyer
Moderator: Any Fink

73. WHAT COMES FIRST: New Members or Meaningful Projects?
Just like the chicken and the egg, no one really knows which comes first: members or projects. Come see if Lion Debbie knows!
Facilitator: Debbie Mansell
Moderator: Ken Ibarra

74. LIONS UNIVERSITY 221: Collaboration
Take the class. Enhance your skill. Become a better leader.
Facilitator: Judy Hankom
Moderator: Jack Epperson

75. ROAD TO RECOVERY AFTER HEART ATTACK AND STROKE
Join Lions Linda and Heather, a mother and daughter team, as they share steps to manage health hurdles and improve health.
Facilitators: Linda Molenda
Heather Molenda Sterner
Moderator: Rod Wright

76. REBION’S NEURAL PERFORMANCE SCANNING IS CHANGING LIVES
Rebion’s Neural Performance Scanning (NPS) makes wide-scale, early intervention feasible by definitively detecting impaired brain function, fast and effectively. Using a portable low-power laser to scan retinal nerve fibers, NPS precisely measures signal patterns that return from the brain, instantly determining if faulty signal processing is present. Patients can be confidently referred for further diagnosis and treatment, improving health outcomes and reducing treatment costs.
Facilitators: CK Chorley
Jeff Mortensen
Kathy Jones
Moderator: Sam Lindsey

77. RECOGNITION AND PIZZAZZ ON A SHOE-STRING BUDGET
Lions don’t do what we do for recognition, but sometimes it helps to get that pat on the back. Join Lion Patty as she shares her fun-filled ways to say thank you with just a little investment and lots of PIZZAZZ.
Facilitator: Patty Allen
Moderator: Marcia Knapp