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August 2017

Leo program continues to grow

Welcome to the Leos who have joined our organisation in the 2016-17 Lions year, both as members of existing clubs and as original members of newly formed clubs. In May and June alone, eight new Leo clubs have started up, bringing us to a total of 16 new clubs formed in the 2016-17 Lions year. Congratulations to all these new Leo clubs:

July 2016 – Melbourne Sino-Innovation (V1-4); Springsure (Q4)

September 2016 – Roma (Q3); Korumburra (V3); Cumberland (N5)

March 2017 – Farrer (N1)

April 2017 – Crestwood (N5); Sydney Asian Himalayas (N5)

May 2017 – Sunshine Coast University (Q3); Merewether High School (N3); Healesville (V5); Warrandyte (V5)

June 2017 – Dunedoo High School (N3); Griffins (Q4); Whitford (W1); Shepparton (V5)

Well done to the Lions clubs and Districts who have supported the growth of our Leo program. We are still aiming to have at least one new Leo club formed in each District each Lions year – so start now to reach our target in the 2017-18 year!

February 2017

Wanted – A Leo to join the Lions Australia Management Group.  Click here for more information on how you can help provide a Leo perspective for Lions Australia

January 2016

LEOs ROAR

Thank you to All Lions, Lioness and LEOs across MD201 for your ongoing Encouragement and Support of the International Leo Club Program in Australia.
With you continued Support we were able to Charter 14 New Leo Clubs in the 2014/15 Lions Year and were Recognized with an International Leo Club Program Extension Certificate from Lions Clubs International.
This is the Sixth Consecutive Lions Year that MD201 has Received this Prestigious Award from LCI.
When I first joined the MD201 Leo Committee in 2003, there were 67 Leo Clubs Registered with LCI, now with the Great Work of a Committed and Hard Working MD201 Leo Committee and your ongoing Support, we now have over 140 Leo Clubs Registered with LCI with additional Leo Clubs in Formation.
Congratulations and thank you to our Inspirational 2015/16 MD201 Leo of the Year, Katerina Blekic for an Amazing Year as a fine Ambassador for LEOs Worldwide.
Since being Named 2015/16 MD201 Leo of the Year in May 2015, Katerina has been Recognized with many Great Achievements such as:

KAT BLEKIC - VICTORIAN PREMIER'S VOLUNTEER CHAMPIONS AWARD 2015

KAT BLEKIC – VICTORIAN PREMIER’S VOLUNTEER CHAMPIONS AWARD 2015

*Victorian Premier’s Volunteer Champions Award for Youth Volunteering [Recognizing her Service to the Community as a LEO and essential Member of Lions].
*Appointed as Constitutional Area 7 Representative on the Lions Clubs International Leo Club Program Advisory Panel for a 2 Year Term.
*Addressed 201C2 & 201N2 Lions Conventions.
*Named Victorian Agricultural Shows Senior Ambassador at the Mildura Show.
*Appointed 201C2 Associate District Leo Chairperson.
*Awarded PDG Corinne Stone Medal for Advancing the Leo Movement in 201C2.
*Named 2015 Victorian Agricultural Shows Junior Ambassador.

SUNRAYSIA LEOS - JOURNEY4LIFE TRACTOR TREK

SUNRAYSIA LEOS – JOURNEY4LIFE TRACTOR TREK

*Initiated and Participated in Sunraysia Leo Club’s Journey4Life Tractor Trek to raise Awareness and Funds for the Australian Lions Childhood Cancer Research Foundation.
*Membership Chairman and Immediate Past President Sunraysia Leo Club.
*Received High Distinctions in her Double Degree at Murdoch University.
*Continues to support her Family by Working Hard on the Family’s Grape Blocks in Mildura.
Leo Katerina says, “My experience through Lions over the past couple of years, has taught me with a little bit of Belief, anything is Possible”!
With your continued Support, our Inspirational 2015/16 MD201 Leo of the Year, Katerina Blekic will continue to Achieve Greatness over tthe remaining months of her Term in Office and will be a worthy Nominee for an International Leo of the Year Award in 2016!
Congratulations also, to Sunraysia Leo Club and in particular Leos Katerina, Nikolas and Ivana Blekic and their Family on the Amazing Journey4Life Tractor Trek Project to Raise Awareness and Funds for the Australian Lions Childhood Cancer Research Foundation.

Leo Katerina Blekic - Journey4Life Tractor Trek 2015

Leo Katerina Blekic – Journey4Life Tractor Trek 2015

The Trek from 14-22 August from Irymple, Victoria to Bendigo, Victoria over 9 Days covered approximately 1,000 KMS of Regional Victoria with LEO Katerina and her Brother LEO Nikolas Driving the Tractors with Sister LEO Ivana in the Support Vehicle.
This was by Far one of the most Unique and Ambitious Leo Club Projects in the World.
So far they have Raised in excess of $9,400 Dollars for ALCCRF but are still accepting Donations.
So if your Lions, Lioness or LEO Club has not Donated, please consider and recognize these Inspirational LEOs for an Amazing Initiative.
As we commence another Year, we look for further ways to Support and Encourage our Inspirational Leos through Awards and Recognition.
The Highest Individual Award a LEO can receive ids the Leo of the Year and Entries for the 2016 MD201 Leo of the Year Quest are now open and Information and Entry Form is available on the MD201 Leo Website at: www.lionsclubs.org.au/leos
Let’s All encourage our Inspirational LEOs to Enter and Have a Go!
They say that Lions and LEOs is a Journey!
Since the time I was privileged to be Appointed to the MD201 Leo Committee as State Leo Coordinator NSW in 2003, I have been Honored to Work with some amazing Members of tthe Lions Family throughout the World.
I have been Privileged to Serve on the Inaugural Lions Clubs International Leo Club Program Advisory Panel as Constitutional Area 7 Representative from 2009-11 and work with some Amazing Leos and Lions in an effort to further Advance the Leo Movement across the World.
I was honored to Address International Lions Conventions in Bangkok and Sydney on the benefits of LEOs and encouraging Younger Members to become Lions.
I was privileged to Speak at ANZI PACIFIC Forums on the Gold Coast and in Adelaide and work with Inspirational Leos such as Katerina Blekic and Tom Porter.
It has also been a Privilege to be Invited to Speak at Lions District Conventions and Lions Clubs across Australia.
But the Greatest Joy is to work with our Inspirational Leos and see the Motivation and Commitment of our Amazing Leo of the Year Winners like Katerina Blekic.
It is always an Honor to attend there Inspiring Club Changeovers, Projects and Special Events.
Over 13 Wonderful Years I have been Privileged to work with Inspiring Council of Governors and amazing and dedicated Leo Committees.
It is always difficult to single people out but I feel I have to name a few that have contributed to encouraging me through this Wonderful Journey.
My Mentors, PDG Peter Lamb, PDG Carlene King and PDG Toby Crawford.
My Great MD201 Leo Committee, Lion Toni Lanphier, PDG Les Harrison, Lion Louise Eiszele, Lion Tony Jimmieson and past Members Lion Bronte Cameron and Lion Gail Hart and all the Assistant State Coordinators and District Leo Chairpersons I have worked with during the 13 Years.
PDG Sandra Treble who gave Invited me to Serve on her 201N2 Cabinet in 2003/04 as her Leo Chairman where my remarkable Journey started off.
I would like like to that CC Phillip Johnson, PDG Ron Skeen OAM, the MD201 Council of Governors and Lions Australia National Office for your ongoing encouragement and support and the Opportunity your have given me to encourage our Inspirational Youth to serve there Community in a Positive Way as LEOs.
I with Lion Toni Lanphier and the MD201 and the Inspirational MD201 Leo Committee continued success as your Futher Advance the Leo Movement in Australia.
LEOs are the PRESENT and FUTURE Lions Leaders.
By continuing to Form Leo Clubs throughout Australia, we are giving more Young People between 12 – 30 the Opportunity to Serve their Community in a Positive Way as essential Members of the Lions Family and Gain Life Skills of LEADERSHIP, EXPERIENCE and OPPORTUNITY.
So if you’re Lions Club is Considering Sponsoring a Leo Club – Stop Considering – Do It!!
Say G’Day to a Leo Today – you won’t be disappointed!
Together Everyone Achieves More

Martin Peebles
MD201 Leo & Youth Outreach Chairman [2010-2016]
Proud Ambassador Australian Lions Childhood Cancer Research Foundation Lions Australia

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November 2015

LEOs ROAR

Congratulations to our Inspirational 2014/15 MD201 Leo of the Year, Joel Pattinson-Cashman from Tropical North Leo Club in Lions District 201Q2 on being Awarded an International Leo of the Year Award by the LCI Board of Directors.2015 International Leo of the Year recipient Joel Pattinson- Cashman
Leo Joel recently attended the Lions District 201Q2 Convention in Cairns and received his International Medal and Certificate from IPDG Gordon Bailey.
Leo Joel continues to Serve his Leo Club as an essential Member of the Lions Family and Serves on the MD201 Management Group to give a Youth Perspective.

Congratulations also to our Inspirational 2015/16 MD201 Leo of the Year, Katerina Blekic for her ongoing efforts to Advance the Leo Movement as a fine Ambassador for Leos Worldwide.
Leo KatKaterina Blekic Addressing 2015 C2 Convention (800x536)erina has been Appointed by the LCI Board of Directors as Constitutional Area 7 Representative on the LCI Leo Club Program Advisory Panel for a 2 Year Term and has recently Addressed the Lions District 201C2 and 201N2 Conventions as a Keynote Speaker on the Leo Club Program.
Katerina’s ongoing Commitment to her Local Community was again recognized when she was Named Rural Ambassador 2016 at the Mildura Show, which gives her the Opportunity to Compete at Regional Level.
This is another Great Recognition following being Named 2015 Victorian Agricultural Shows Junior Ambassador.
Katerina’s ongoing efforts to Serve our Great Lions Organization as a LEO are truly Inspiring and her recent InitiativLeo Katerina Blekic - Journey4Life Tractor Trek 2015e to get the support of the Sunraysia Leo Club for the Journey4Life Tractor Trek from Irymple, Victoria to Bendigo, Victoria and Return over 9 Days to raise Awareness and Funds for the Australian Lions Childhood Cancer Research Foundation is truly Amazing.
Leo Katerina is an Amazing Leo and a fine example of Australian Youth and I encourage All Members of the MD201 Lions Family to continue to support her Inspirational Efforts.
Leo Katerina says, “My experience through Lions over the past couple of years, has taught me that with a little bit of belief, anything is possible…One of the highlights would have to be, meeting other Leos and watching their faces light up, while listening them speak about their Leo experience. This has highlighted how powerful the Leo Club Program is and how it’s inspiring young people to make a difference.”
On 5th December, 2015, we Celebrate Lions Clubs International, International Leo Day, when we recognize the Great Achievements of LEOs Worldwide and there Contribution to making our World a better place as essential Members of the Lions Family.
Congratulations and Welcome to All Members of the Springsure Leo Club in Lions District 201Q4 and Leeton and Yanco Leo Club in Lions District 201N4 as the Newest LEOs in MD201 following the recent Chartering of the Newest Leo Clubs in MD201.
As we commence another year, we look at further ways to Support and Encourage our Inspirational Leos through Awards and Recognition.
The Highest Individual Award a LEO can receive is the Leo of the Year and Entries for the 2016 Leo of the Year Quest are now open and Information is available on the MD201 Leo Website at: www.lionsclubs.org.au/leos

LEOs are the PRESENT and FUTURE Lions Leaders.

By continuing to Form Leo Clubs throughout Australia, we are giving more Young People between 12 – 30 the Opportunity to Serve their Community in a Positive Way as essential Members of the Lions Family and Gain Life Skills of LEADERSHIP, EXPERIENCE and OPPORTUNITY.
So if you’re Lions is Considering Sponsoring a Leo Club – Stop Considering – Do It!!
Full details on the MD201 Leo Website at: www.lionsclubs.org.au/leos
Say G’Day to a Leo Today – you won’t be disappointed.
Martin Peebles
MD201 Leo & Youth Outreach Committee Chairman
Proud Ambassador Australian Lions Childhood Cancer Research Foundation
Lions Australia


April 2015

Congratulations to the Leo Club of Benalla in V6 that received its Charter on 28 February. We welcome these new Leos to our great Lions organisation and thank them for their ongoing commitment to ser ve their community in a positive way as an essential part of Lions. Special congratulations also to Leo Nathan Toll, President of Twin Cities Leo Club in Q2, on being named Townsville’s 2015 Young Citizen of the Year on Australia Day. Leo Nathan received the award for his community service as a Leo and his role as a student ambassador at James Cook University . Nathan was Queensland representative in the 2012 National Final of the Leo of the Year Quest and following his inspirational speech to the Perth Convention was named best public speaker. Congratulations also to Leo Alexandra Fuller, 2014 Tasmanian Leo of the Year, on receiving a Youth of the Year award on Australia Day in Ulverstone, Tasmania. Leo Alex’s service to her community is truly inspirational and she received the award for her continued commitment as:
– Recipient of the ADF Long Tan Youth Leadership and Teamwork Award
– Member of Oaktree Foundation
– Don College Volunteer Student Mentor Program
– Dux Penguin High School
– Active Leo Club member
Congratulations also to Leo Ivana Blekic, 2014 SA/NT Leo of the Year and Treasurer of Sunraysia Leo Club in C2 on receiving a Young Citizen of the Year Award in Irymple, Victoria on Australia Day. Ivana is a fine ambassador for Leos worldwide and received her award for her ongoing dedication to her local community as Leo Club Treasurer, Rural Ambassador regional winner, Vice President Rostrum Mildura, Mildura Show Society Council of Management and Rural Ambassador and her own initiatives such as the Distance Education Project. All these inspirational Leos were State Finalists in the MD201 Leo of the Year Quest. Entries for this year’s quest are now open with the 2015 National Final being held on Sunday 3rd May at the MD201 Convention in Newcastle. Full details and entry forms are available on the Leo website at www.lionsclubs.org.au/leos with State Entries closing on 1st April. Recently your MD201 Leo Committee worked with representatives from the MD201 Management Group to develop a strategic plan for consideration by the Council of Governors. The main goal is to form 19 new Leo Clubs each year across the Multiple District. By achieving this goal we will be creating more opportunities for young people between 12-30 across our 19 Lions Districts to serve their communities in a positive way as essential members of the Lions family. For our organisation to grow, we must see Leos as the present and future of Lions and should always recognise them as essential members of our association. I encourage all Lions and Lionesses to continue encouraging our Leos by visiting their clubs, supporting their activities and recognising their outstanding achievements in the International and Multiple District Leo of the Year Quest. If your Lions Club is considering sponsoring a Leo club, stop considering – do it! Full details on the Leo Club Program are available on this Leo website at http://lionsclubs.org.au/leos Say G’Day to a Leo today, you won’t be disappointed.

Martin Peebles
MD201 Leo & Youth Outreach Committee Chairman
Multiple District 201 of Lions Clubs International Inc

Dec 2014

Congratulations to Leo Emily Sommerville from Southern Cross School Leo Club in Q1 on being named District Leo of the Year. Emily received her district trophy and prize from Lions Clubs International Director Eric Carter at the recent Q1 Convention on the Gold Coast. Emily will now represent her District in the Queensland state final of the Leo of the Year early in 2015. Congratulations also to 2014 International Leo of the Year Megan Hackwood from GVK Leo Club in Q3 on receiving her International Medal and Certificate from Past International Director Sheryl Jensen at the 2014 Q3 Convention on Bribie Island. In making the presentation to Megan, PID Sheryl emphasised the views of the International Board in stating how essential LEOs are to Lions Clubs International. Over the weekend, PID Sheryl took time to attend the Q3 Leo Forum to personally thank the LEOs for their ongoing service to their community as members of our great Lions organisation. Special congratulations to Lion Tony Jimmieson, State Leo Coordinator SA/NT, on receiving an International President’s Certificate of Appreciation for his dedicated service to our great Lions organisation. Lion Tony was presented with his certificate by Past International Director Sheryl Jensen at the 2014 C2 Convention. I am pleased to advise that with the ongoing support of Lions, Lionesses and Leos we have seen the recent Charter of the Tamborine Mountain College Leo Club in Q1 (see picture below).
Group photo of Tamborine Leos
I would especially like to thank DG Kent Wilcox for taking the time to attend the Charter and welcome our newest LEOs into Lions Clubs International. Welcome also to LEOs in Cowra (N4) and Penola and District (C2) who are working towards charter. It is a tribute to our Lions family that we are creating opportunities for young people between 12-30 to serve their communities in a positive way as essential members of Lions! I thank all members of the Sunraysia Leo Club in C2 for their inspirational service to their community and In particular their recent Halloween trivia night to raise funds for the children’s ward at Mildura Hospital. Thank you also to all members of GVK and Aspley Leo Clubs in Q3 on their recent participation in Relay for Life. Their ongoing commitment to making our world a better place is truly inspirational. For our organisation to grow we must see LEOs as the present and future of Lions. We should always recognise them as essential members of our association. I encourage all Lions and Lionesses to continue encouraging our LEOs by visiting their clubs, supporting their activities and recognising their outstanding achievements in the International and Multiple District Leo of the Year Quest. Say G’day to a LEO Today, you won’t be disappointed.
Martin Peebles
MD201 Leo & Youth Outreach Committee Chairman
Multiple District 201 of Lions Clubs International Inc

1 Oct 2014

Young woman at lecturn with man with flags in the backgroundCongratulations to 2013 MD201 Leo of the Year Megan Hackwood from GVK Leos Club in Lions Q3 on being named an International Leo of the Year in 2014. Megan was one of 30 worldwide Leos recognised by the Lions Clubs International Board of Directors for service to their communities as an essential part of Lions. Megan is the 8th Australian Leo in the past 10 years to receive this prestigious award and is a fine ambassador for LEOs worldwide. Congratulations also to our 2014 Leo of the Year Joel Pattinson-Cashman from Tropical North Leo Club in Q2 on an inspirational address to the 2014 Leo/Lion Summit in Toronto, Canada. Joel’s speech, titled “Following your Dream – The Path to Success as a Leo”, wowed the audience. Following his visit to the Summit and 2014 International Convention, Joel met with Youth Programs staff at Lions Clubs International headquarters in Chicago to gain further experience on the International Leo Program. On returning to Australia, he addressed the Victorian Leo Conference in August and will be addressing the Q3, W2, Q1, N5 and Q2 Lions conventions to further promote the Leo program across Australia.

I sincerely thank Lions Executive Officer Rob Oerlemans for his inspiring presentation at the 2014 Leo/Lion Summit in Toronto, Canada on the Leo to Lions Program and the MD201 Pathway Program that makes it easier for Leos to become Lions. A special thank you also to Leo Katerina Blekic (Charter President Sunraysia Leo Club in C2) and Leo Shannon Arnold (Past President, Yankillila High School Leo Club in C2) on their inspirational presentations to the Summit and Lion/Leo Forums at the 2014 Anzi Pacific Forum in Adelaide. Both Leos received Leo of Honour awards for ser vice to the community as an essential part of Lions. It was great to see both the Leo Summit and Lion/Leo Forum well attended with Lions wanting to learn more about forming Leo clubs and encouraging young people between 12-30 to ser ve their communities as Leos.

I thank Council Chairman Warren Latham for taking the time to attend the Summit to recognise our inspirational Leos. In his keynote address to the 2014 MD201 Convention in Tamworth, then International President Barry Palmer AM highlighted the importance of Leos, and our 2014/15 International President Joe Preston regards Leos as essential members of the Lions Family when he speaks of Strengthening the Pride! With the support of all Lions, Lionesses and Leos, 15 new Leo Clubs were chartered across MD201 during 2013/14, giving more young people the opportunity to serve their communities in a positive ways and gain essential life skills of leadership, experience and opportunity! For our organisation to grow, we must see Leos as essential members and include them in all we do! We should continue to encourage them to succeed by supporting their efforts in the International and MD201 Leo of the Year Quest, which provides all Leos an opportunity to excel! Our support will encourage them to continue their volunteering ser vice as Lions through the Leo to Lion Program.

Martin Peebles, MD201 Leo & Youth Outreach Committee Chairman

27 May 2014

Joel Pattinson-Cashman holding certificates

Joel Pattinson-Cashman

Congratulations to Leo Joel Pattinson-Cashman from Tropical North Leo Club in Lions district 201Q2 on being named 2014 MD201 Leo Of The Year at this year’s MD201 lion convention in Tamworth.  Joel was named both overall winner and best public speaker, leading a field of inspiring Leos including Ivana Blekic SA/NT, Crystal Cooper NSW, Jacob Doering Vic, Alex Fuller Tasmania and Stephanie Kennaugh WA.

Joel was honoured to receive his trophy from Lions Clubs International President Barry Palmer AM. In an interview with Ms Kelly Fuller, mornings presenter, ABC New England North West, after the final, Joel said, “Leo’s has helped me form networks with many organizations and people throughout the community. The club has helped to strive for greater goals in life and has aided in my lust for involvement in community events, clubs and organizations.” Joel is an outstanding member and will be a fine ambassador for Leos in Australia and worldwide.

Special congratulations to International President Barry Palmer AM and Lion Bronte Cameron on receiving Graham Pearce awards for their outstanding and dedicated service to the MD201 Leo movement. It was a privilege to present these inspiring members with their awards.

Members of Corowa Leo ClubCongratulations also to Leo Jacob Doering from Corowa Leo Club in Lions district 201v6 on receiving a Leo Of Honour award for his dedicated and committed service to his community and our great lions organization. It was my privilege to attend the Corowa Leo Club changeover on 10 May, 2014 and present Jacob with his award.

During his inspirational address to the 2014 MD201 Lions Convention in Tamworth, our International President Barry Palmer AM, reminded all of us that Leos are both the present and future of lions. With the ongoing support of the MD201 lions, we continue to create further opportunities for young people between 12 – 30 to serve their communities as Leos.

During the 2013-14 lions year, we formed 14 new Leo clubs across Australia, providing approximately 280 youth, the chance to gain essential life skills of leadership, experience and opportunity, whilst serving their community in a positive way as members of our great Lions organisation.

From 29-31 August, 2014, Leos from across Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia and the islands of the South Pacific will be attending the ANZI Pacific Forum in Adelaide, South Australia and participate in the Leo summit and Lion / Leo Forum and I hope you will join me in Adelaide.

For our organization to grow, we must see Leos as future Lions and encourage them to join our great organisation through the Leo to Lion program. So if your Lions Club is considering sponsoring a Leo Club, stop considering – do it!! Full details on the Leo Club program are available on this website. Say g’day to a Leo today – you won’t be disappointed!

I would like to conclude by thanking the MD201 Council Of Governors, PDG Ron Skeen OAM, National Coordinator Youth & Community Projects, the dedicated and committed MD201 Leo Committee and the committed staff at Lions National Office for their advice and support over the 2013-14 lions year.

Martin Peebles, MD201 Leo & Youth Outreach Committee Chairman

4 April 2014

Large rectangular cake yellow icing with Leo emblem and words Monaro High School Leo Club

Monaro High School’s Charter celebration cake

Congratulations to the Monaro High School Leo Club in N2 on receiving its Charter in Cooma NSW and to the Leo Club of Sunraysia on receiving its Charter in Mildura, Victoria last month.

With the continued support of all Lions, Lionesses and Leos, we have seen an ongoing growth of new Leo clubs throughout 2013/14 and I am pleased to advise that we now have 133 Leo clubs across Australia. Leos are an essential part of our great Lions organisation who contribute to making our world a better place.

Man in suit shakes hands with young woman

Presentation to Leo Club of Sunraysia Charter President Katerina

I encourage and invite all members of Lions to continue to support our inspirational Leos by attending the 2014 National final of the MD201 Leo of the Year Quest on Sunday 4th May at the TREC in Tamworth, NSW.

The Leo of the Year Quest is the highlight of the Leos year with the national winner being nominated for an International Leo of the Year Award. State entries for this year’s quest closed on 2 April. In 2013-14 our International President Barry Palmer AM made Leos his main youth project during his term of office and reminds us to: “Let them be young and experience volunteering in their own terms. Their Leo experience will go a long way in determining whether at some time in the future they will follow their dreams and continue their volunteer experience as Lions. Their service is unique and inspiring, embrace it, and continue accepting them as members of the Lions family.”

Young men and women group photo

Sunraysia Leo Club

For our organisation to grow, we must see Leos as future Lions and encourage them to join our great organisation through the Leo to Lion Program. So if your club is considering sponsoring a Leo club, stop considering – do it! Full details on the Leo Club Program are available on the MD201 Leo website resources page www.lionsclubs.org.au/leo-resources/

Say G’Day to a Leo Today- you won’t be disappointed! I would like to conclude by thanking the MD201 Council of Governors and the dedicated and committed staff at Lions National Office for their advice and support over the 2013-14 Lions year.

Martin Peebles, MD201 Leo & Youth Outreach Committee Chairman

 

 

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