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Our StoryLions Clubs International is the largest service club organization in the world, with more than 1.4 million members in 48,000 clubs serving 200 countries and geographic areas worldwide. Since our founding in 1917, we have been proving that where there’s a need, there’s a Lion.

Club President – The club president is the chief executive officer of the club. He/she presides over meetings and calls the club to action to fulfill its program of service works; coordinating the efforts of board members and chairpersons to implement all activities of the club in both fellowship and service. President e-book

Club First Vice President – The club first vice president not only serves as a leader ready to step in for the president, but as a catalyst to annually assess club activities and then implement new goals in the next fiscal year as club president. Vice President e-book

MyLion Tutorial This booklet is intended to assist Lions members in logging Service Activity information into the desktop (web site) version of MyLion.

Club Secretary The club secretary keeps the history of the club’s official proceedings, an accurate accounting of the club membership roster and assists in every communication effort to members. This board member serves as the communications liaison between club, district and association. Secretary e-book

Club Treasurer – The club treasurer serves as the main book-keeper for the clubs financial accounts; both administrative and public funds (service activities). This includes the administration of membership dues invoicing and collection, making deposits and recording expense receipts. The treasurer prepares, distributes and retains all financial reports and records. Treasurer e-book

Club Membership Chairperson The club membership chairperson leads the charge in recruiting new members, orienting them into involvement opportunities with the club and nurturing relationships between established members and new members. Club Membership e-book

Club Service Chairperson The club service chairperson coordinates all of the service activities chosen by the club as its program of works.Club Service e-book

Club Marketing Communications Chairperson – The club marketing communications chairperson keeps all of the activities of a club in the public eye and promotes the club and its service to the community. Club Marketing Communications Guide

Immediate Past Club President This officer serves as a welcoming host for all new prospective members and greets members and visitors at each meeting.

Branch Club Liaison If your club has a branch club, it is your obligation to appoint a branch club liaison to support the branch activities and keep parent club leaders informed. Branch Club Guide

Leo Advisor To provide effective guidance, sponsoring Lions clubs appoint a Lion to serve as the Leo club advisor. This Lion should be someone who enjoys working with youth and engaging others in service. Leo Advisor Guide

LCIF Club Coordinator – This position educates club members of the many projects provided by LCIF and encourages members to become involved and directly support the efforts of LCIF. LCIF Club Coordinator Guide

Lion Tamer (optional) This position takes care of the club paraphernalia and assists to prepare for each meeting as a sergeant-at-arms.

Lion Tail Twister (optional) – This position promotes the fun and good fellowship at meetings.

Club Administrator – This position is not formally recognized by LCI as club officer or director, but functions to provide administrative assistance only. In order to assist some club officers who may have difficulty operating certain technologies, Lions Clubs International created the role of “club administrator” to support a club president or secretary with administrative tasks that are completed through MyLCI/MyLion. This role has access to the same information in MyLCI/MyLion as the club president and secretary. Together and in consultation, the president and secretary may assign this administrative role if deemed beneficial for effective club operations.

New Member Orientation Training Guide – A Guide to Planning and Conducting New Member Orientations. This guide is intended to help the orientation trainer conduct new member orientation successfully. The curriculum will follow along with the information in the New Member Orientation Guide and includes “Trainer Tips” along the way.