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CONCEPT OF THE LOGO


Lions movement started to engage itself for positive results of having impact on the society and the community as a whole. Lions are mainly driven by the benevolence to SERVE with a difference, with service programs and activities.   Lions act as ‘role models’ also to inspire others to SERVE.

Whatever we do, we should CELEBRATE with service and make it a special day for someone in need. Our purpose and object is not merely to SERVE, but to CELEBRATE it by bringing joy and smiles on the face of others. Our services to the society, community and mankind matter a lot to some, which cause should be celebrated. We can CELEBRATE even our successful accomplishments in the field of service, in the barren fields too where the plants of service have either not been planted or not grown.

For 100 years Lions have answered to call of humanity to SERVE, those who needed us the most.   This is the year of Centennial, so also a cause for us to CELEBRATE our accomplishments, the purpose of being a Lion.  While we CELEBRATE storied history of service, we must also add colours to our celebrations by contributing to the welfare and needs of the community and the people in different ways.

If someone finds a real value in our services in whatever form, that gives the person to rejoice in his otherwise challenged life. Lions have been doing a great job for the cause of the humanity……the humanity created by God, and that becomes service to God too.

Now the time has come, to plan and coin service projects that benefit the community, our youths, the women, children, the less privileged and so on, to make it Centennial Legacy projects.  For service opportunities, the sky is the limit, as also the depth of the ocean.

This is the theme and motto of this Lionstic Year–“SERVE AND CELEBRATE”

 

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS OF LIONS CLUBS DISTRICT 322D


DISTRICT GOALS 2017-2018

1. To promote the programs of International President LION NARESH AGARWALA and give full support.
2. To ensure minimum 10% or 5 members (whichever is higher), membership growth in each club.
3. To open 15 New Lions Clubs and 3 New Leo Clubs and convert Lioness Clubs into Lions.
4. To put emphasis on time management, work culture and Administrative environment in clubs and district.
5. To support DFF, LCIF, its concept and ideas and enrol more DFF and MJF members.
6. To give priority to Centennial Celebration programs.
7. To make conducive environment in clubs to make 100% retention and positive growth.
8. To give emphasis on Public Relations and Image building of LIONS.
9. To give emphasis on character building, personality development and leadership development.
10. To involve and introduce more women in Lionism and promote respect for them.
11. To put greater emphasis on sending reports timely and accurately.
12. To put greater emphasis on keeping accounts of the clubs transparently.
13. To fulfil financial obligations of LCI and District on time.
14. To do the needful service projects which are required in the region covering social, emotional, youth, healthcare, environmental, hunger, shelter etc.
15. To promote and perform One District One Activity Project initiated by.
16. Serve & Celebrate as it will give you immense satisfaction.

FINANCIAL OBLIGATION

INTERNATIONAL DUES

 
1. Semi Annual Subscription: US $21.5 per member paybale by 30th September & 15th February
2. New member entrance fee: US $35
3. Charter Fee (membership in new club): US $35
4. Charter fee for members of an active club transferring to new club: US $35
5. Transfer member & Reinstated member: US $12
6. Life Member Fee: US $500
7. Life member transferring to a new Club US $25
8. Subscription for new member On Pro-rates basis
9. Leo Club Sponsorship Fees US $90 per Leo Club (Annual)
10. New Leo Club Sponsorship US $100 up to 20 members & US $5 for each additional member

Multiple District Dues (Including MDCCI)

Annual Subscription: Rs. 60 per member
Annual Multiple Dist. Convention: Rs. 68 per member
PST (Elect) Seminar: Rs. 500 Per Club

DISTRICT DUES

Semi Annual Subscripts: Rs. 230/-per member payable by 31July & 31 Jan
Rs. 115/-per Family member payable by 31 July & 31 Jan
District Magazine Rs. 80 per member annually
Rs. 40 per family Member
District Convention Fund Rs. 15 per member Annually
Entrance Fee for New member Rs. 25 for per member with Kit
Other Contributions (Annual per member)
a. LCIF Rs. 50 per member annually
D.G. Relief fund Rs. 50 per member annually
LCCI Rs. 102 per member annually

LCIF

MJF (Melvin Jones Fellowship) US $1000
Progressive MJF US $1000 (For additional contribution)
Club Plaque US $1000
Roll of Honour US $100
Other Contributions (Annual per member) US $20

DFF

Life Member Rs. 1000
Progressive Rs. 2000
Diamond Rs. 5000
Knight of DFF Rs. 11000

CONTEST RULES

INTERNATIONAL LOGO


Description

Lions movement started to engage itself for positive results of having impact on the society and the community as a whole. Lions are mainly driven by the benevolence to SERVE with a difference with service programs and activities. Lions act as role models to inspire others too, to serve. Whatever you do, celebrate with service and make it a special day for someone in need. Our purpose and object is not merely to SERVE but celebrate it by bringing joy and smiles on the face of others. Your services to the society, community and mankind matter a lot to some, which cause should be celebrated. You can celebrate even your successful accomplishments in the field of service, in the barren fields too where the plants of service either not planted or not grown.
For 100 years Lions have answered to call of humanity to serve, those who needed us most. This is the year of Centennial, so also a cause for us to celebrate our accomplishments, the purpose of being a Lion. While we celebrate storied history of service we must add colors to our Celebrations by contributing to the welfare and needs of the community and the people in different ways.
If someone finds a real value in your services in whatever form, that helps others to rejoice otherwise challenged life, you have done a great job to the cause of the humanity……the humanity created by God and that becomes service to God too. Now time to plan and coin service projects that benefits the community, our youths, the women, children, less privileged and so on to make it Centennial Legacy projects. For service sky is the limit…..the depth of ocean is the limit.
So is the theme and motto of this Lionstic year.
SERVE AND CELEBRATE

AGENDA & MINUTES

Club Profile

LIONS CLUB OF AALO LIONS CLUB OF AGARTALA
LIONS CLUB OF AGARTALA GALAXY LIONS CLUB OF AGARTALA RAJDHANI
LIONS CLUB OF BADARPUR GREATER LIONS CLUB OF BANGAIGAON
LIONS CLUB OF BARPETA ROAD LIONS CLUB OF BISHNUPUR
LIONS CLUB OF BISHNUPUR KUMBI BRANCH LIONS CLUB OF CANCHIPUR
LIONS CLUB OF CHURACHANDPUR GREATER LIONS CLUB OF DHARMANAGAR
LIONS CLUB OF DHEMAJI LIONS CLUB OF DHUBRI
LIONS CLUB OF DIBRUGARH LIONS CLUB OF DIBRUGARH BRAHMAPUTRA VALLEY
LIONS CLUB OF DIGBOI LIONS CLUB OF DIMAPUR
LIONS CLUB OF DIMAPUR BLUE VANDA LIONS CLUB OF DIPHU GREATER
LIONS CLUB OF DOOMDOOMA TEA CITY LIONS CLUB OF DUDHNOI
LIONS CLUB OF DULIAJAN LIONS CLUB OF GAUHATI
LIONS CLUB OF GAUHATI CAPITAL ASSAM LIONS CLUB OF GAUHATI GREATER
LIONS CLUB OF GOLAGHAT LIONS CLUB OF GUWAHATI ALPINE
LIONS CLUB OF GUWAHATI ANMOL LIONS CLUB OF GUWAHATI ARPAN
LIONS CLUB OF GUWAHATI CARE LIONS CLUB OF GUWAHATI CENTURION
LIONS CLUB OF GUWAHATI CITY LIONS CLUB OF GUWAHATI COSMOPOLITAN
LIONS CLUB OF GUWAHATI GLOBAL LIONS CLUB OF GUWAHATI KAMRUPA
LIONS CLUB OF GUWAHATI METRO LIONS CLUB OF GUWAHATI RIVER VIEW
LIONS CLUB OF GUWAHATI SANKALP LIONS CLUB OF GUWAHATI SEVA
LIONS CLUB OF GUWAHATI SOUTH LIONS CLUB OF GUWAHATI UMANG LIONESS
LIONS CLUB OF HAILAKANDI CENTURION LIONS CLUB OF HARANGAJAO
LIONS CLUB OF IMPHAL LIONS CLUB OF IMPHAL CENTRAL
LIONS CLUB OF IMPHAL CHANURA LIONS CLUB OF IMPHAL CIT Y
LIONS CLUB OF IMPHAL EAST LIONS CLUB OF IMPHAL GALAXY
LIONS CLUB OF IMPHAL GREATER LIONS CLUB OF IMPHAL ITAROI
LIONS CLUB OF IMPHAL LEIMAROL LIONS CL UB OF IMPHAL MAYALAMBI
LIONS CLUB OF IMPHAL VALLEY LIONS CLUB OF JAGIROAD
LIONS CLUB OF JORHAT LIONS CLUB OF JORHAT CITY
LIONS CLUB OF JORHAT DISSOI VALLEY LIONS CLUB OF JORHAT GREATER
LIONS CLUB OF KAILASHAHAR LIONS CLUB OF KAKCHING GREATER
LIONS CLUB OF KALAIN LIONS CLUB OF KANCHANPUR
LIONS CLUB OF KARIMGANJ CENTURIAN LIONS CLUB OF KARIMGANJ
LIONS CLUB OF KATLICHERRA LIONS CLUB OF KHARUPETIA GHAT
LIONS CLUB OF KHOWAI LIONS CLUB OF KOHIMA
LIONS CLUB OF KUMARGHAT LIONS CLUB OF KUMBI GREATER
LIONS CLUB OF LAKHIMPUR LIONS CLUB OF LAKHIMPUR PERONA
LIONS CLUB OF LALA LIONS CLUB OF LEDO VALLEY
LIONS CLUB OF LONG THARAI VALLEY LIONS CLUB OF MAJULI
LIONS CLUB OF MAKUM LIONS CLUB OF MANKACHAR GREATER
LIONS CLUB OF MOIRANG LIONS CLUB OF MORAN
LIONS CLUB OF MOREH BORDER TOWN LIONS CLUB OF MORIGAON
LIONS CLUB OF NAGAON CITY LIONS CLUB OF NAGAON GREATER
LIONS CLUB OF NAMBOL LIONS CLUB OF NAMRUP
LIONS CLUB OF NARANGI LIONS CLUB OF NINGTHOUKHONG
LIONS CLUB OF NOWGONG LIONS CLUB OF NUMALIGARH
LIONS CLUB OF RAMKRISHNA NAGAR LIONS CLUB OF RANGIA
LIONS CLUB OF SARUPATHAR LIONS CLUB OF SHILLONG
LIONS CLUB OF SILCHAR CENTRAL LIONS CLUB OF SILCHAR CENTURION
LIONS CLUB OF SILCHAR LIONESS LIONS CLUB OF SIBSAGAR
LIONS CLUB OF SONARI LIONS CLUB OF TELIAMURA
LIONS CLUB OF TEZPUR GREATER LIONS CLUB OF THOUBAL
LIONS CLUB OF THOUBAL GREATER CENTURION LIONS CL UB OF TINSUKIA
LIONS CLUB OF TINSUKIA SMARTCIT Y LIONS CLUB OF TITABOR GREATER
LIONS CLUB OF TURA LIONS CLUB OF UDALGURI
LIONS CLUB OF UDAYPUR

IMPORTANT DATES

Sl No Venue Date & Time Description
1 Hotel Kiranshree Portico, Paltan Bazar 22-Jul-2017    7.00 PM

DFF Committee Meeting

2 Hotel Vishwaratna, A T Road 23-Jul-2017    2.30 PM

District Cabinet Installation

3 Hotel Vishwaratna, A T Road 23-Jul-2017    10.30 AM

First Cabinet Meeting

4 Hotel Kiranshree Portico, Paltan Bazar 22-Jul-2017    6.00 PM

Honorary Committee Meeting

5 Hotel Kiranshree Portico, Paltan Bazar 22-Jul-2017    2.00 PM

IRC-RC-ZC Meeting

PROPOSED BUDGET

Histoty Story of District 322-D

Our district, as it stands today, came into existence following bifurcation of district 322-B in 1979-80. Earlier district was very large in area and the development of Lionism in such a big area was at a very slow pace. Administration became a chronic problem, which necessitated a thinking towards bifurcation. In the words of our first District Governor, Lion J.N. Bawri. Therefore after due consideration, we separated ourselves with a new district 322-D”. Even the new district 322-D included certain areas of West Bengal, which were later reverted to district 322-B and with the new district 322-C comprising mostly of the State of Orissa from district 322-B. The larger district then was under Lion R. N. Lakhotia and the new district 322-D came under the leadership of Lion J.N. Bawri. Our district started with 46 clubs and with a total membership of 2206 members.

District 322-D was once again divided in 2000-01 and the areas comprising of Sikkim, revenue district of Malda, West Dinajpur, Jalpaiguri, Darjeeling and Coochbehar and Country of Bhutan were separated as district 322-F and the rest of the areas of seven states remained in district 322-D.

First Club in our District:

From technical point of view the history of our district can be traced from the lionistic year 1979-80.But it is indispensable part of the lionistic movement in our district that Lions Club of Darjeeling was inaugurated on the 13th May, 1958. This club has been a part of our district till second bifurcation in the year 2000-01 when it became part of district 322-F.

District 322-D was once again divided in 2000-01 and the areas comprising of Sikkim, revenue district of Malda, West Dinajpur, Jalpaiguri, Darjeeling and Coochbehar and Country of Bhutan were separated as district 322-F and the rest of the areas of seven states remained in district 322-D.

First Club in our District:

From technical point of view the history of our district can be traced from the lionistic year 1979-80.But it is indispensable part of the lionistic movement in our district that Lions Club of Darjeeling was inaugurated on the 13th May, 1958. This club has been a part of our district till second bifurcation in the year 2000-01 when it became part of district 322-F.

District 322-D was once again divided in 2000-01 and the areas comprising of Sikkim, revenue district of Malda, West Dinajpur, Jalpaiguri, Darjeeling and Coochbehar and Country of Bhutan were separated as district 322-F and the rest of the areas of seven states remained in district 322-D.

First Chartered Club in district 322-D:

The first Chartered club of our district, Lions Club of Digboi, is intimately linked with the legendary Lion Rusi B.Gimi, “The Lion of the East”. What began as a lonely club in the developing oil district of Digboi in the North-East is today an active club of almost 37 years of service to mankind. The lead taken nearly four decades ago by Digboi and Darjeeling has today blossomed into movement spread over nine states.

An accidental meeting of Rusi B.Gimi with J.Phookan, a personsl from oil company at Digboi, in 1957 paved the way to bring Lions movement to Digboi. Under the dynamic initiative of K.B. Kanuga – a top company executive –Lions CLUB OF Digboi came into being in September, 1958 and received it’s charter on 19th October, 1958. Both Rusi with his wife Zarina and Lion Noshir N. Pondole, the charter President of the Lions Club of Bombay (1st club in India) came to present the 30 member club its charter. The guest of honour of the ceremony was Sri F.A. Ahmed, the then finance minister of Assam (later President of India), and thus Digboi became the first club of north-east (then in L.Dist.304) and the oldest club of present Dist 322-D. The charter office bearers of the club were K.B. Kanuga (President), A.B. Dasgupta, H.S. Sawhny & V.B. Rao (Vice President). K.Vasudevan (Treasurer), K.N. Ram Chandrani & D.B. Savant (Jt. Secretaries).

District 322-D was once again divided in 2000-01 and the areas comprising of Sikkim, revenue district of Malda, West Dinajpur, Jalpaiguri, Darjeeling and Coochbehar and Country of Bhutan were separated as district 322-F and the rest of the areas of seven states remained in district 322-D.