-An Orientation Program- Created By: Marv Goodyk, PDG, MD-9 Adapted for MD-27 By: Dan Geske, PDG (Use your right arrow key to advance – wait for items to fly in). Who Wants To Be A Lion?. Help Options / Life Lines. 1. Ask a friend 2. Poll the audience 3. 50/50
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D. 1925The first organizational meeting was held on June 7 of what year?
B. Chicago, Illinois
C. Dallas, Texas
D. Windsor, Ontario, CanadaThe first national convention was held in what city?
B. Frank V. Birch
C. Helen Keller
D. Melvin JonesThe organization’s first President elected in Dallas was:
B. Knights for the deaf
C. Knights of the blind
D. Crusaders against deafnessIn 1925, Helen Keller addressed the Lions International convention and challenged the Lions to become:
B. Windsor, Ontario, Canada
C. Dallas, Texas
D. Cedar Point, OhioThe 1925 convention, when Helen Keller challenged the Lions was held in what city?
D. 1988Lions Clubs international officially admitted Women as members in:
D. MexicoThe first International club was formed in what country?
D. www.lionsclubs.comThe official Lions Club International Web Site is:
B. Blue and Gold
C. Green and White
D. Red, White & BlueThe official colors of Lions Clubs International are:
B. Ames, Iowa
C. Chicago, Illinois
D. Oak Brook, IllinoisThe Lions clubs International Headquarters is located in what city?
D. 45The International Board of Directors consists of how many directors?
B. The Lion
C. Wisconsin Lion
D. The Lions QuestThe official publication of Lions Clubs International which is mailed to all members is:
Place in order from the most recent to the earliest, the last 5 International Directors from MD27 or Wisconsin.Ron DuffeArt MarcinPhillip IngwellWayne HeimanPeter Cerniglia
B. 35 clubs
C. 40 clubs
D. 45 clubsMost clubs are part of a district which is usually comprised of at least:
B. The District Chairman
C. The District Governor
D. The District PresidentThe chief administrative officer for the district is:
B. Vice District Governor
C. Cabinet Secretary
D. Zone ChairmanAn optional position on the District Cabinet, whose duties would include supervising two or more zones is:
D. ClubWhich of the following does not need to have its own By-laws and Constitution?
B. Immediate Past President
C. Club Secretary
D. Lion TamerThe custodian of club property and the sergeant-at-arms of club meetings is the:
D. LCIThe Charitable Arm of Lions Clubs International is:
C. Youth Outreach
D. Sight First
The aggressive global initiative that mobilized Lions resources at all levels, responding to world-wide needs for prevention of blindness is:
B. Leo Club
C. Sight First
D. LCIFAn activity that is sponsored by a Lions club to provide young men and women with an opportunity to service is:
D. International Youth ExchangeA youth outreach program that emphasizes drug awareness prevention through education is:
B. Helmer Lecy Sight First Award
C. International Presidents Award
D. Melvin Jones FellowshipThe highest form of recognition for LCIF donors is:
D. 1,000,000The newest LCIF grant program is the Core 4 which provides up to ___?___ US dollars for high impact Lions service projects.
D. LCI-27The Lions of Wisconsin make up what is known as __________
D. 1924When did Wisconsin become a full independent District?
B. Frank V. Birch & Clarence L. Sturm
C. Frank V. Sturm & Clarence L. Birch
D. Kay K. Fukishima & Dr. Tae-Sup LeeWho were the two International Presidents from Wisconsin?
D. Stevens PointThe Wisconsin Lions State Office building is located in:
D. RacineThe first State Convention Wisconsin held as an independent District was on May 15-16, 1923. In what city was this convention held?
D. LCIThe Charitable Arm of the Wisconsin Lions Clubs is:
D. DurandThe Wisconsin Lions International Youth Exchange Camp is located near:
B. Wisconsin State Lions Magazine
C. The Badger Lion
D. Wisconsin LionThe first Wisconsin State Lions Magazine was called:
During the 1936-37 year, plans were made to subdivide Wisconsin District 27 into smaller districts, each with its own District Governor. How many Sub Districts were created at this time?
D. EToday we have 10 Districts in Wisconsin. The last District to divide was:
B. Clarence Sturm Award
C. Birch-Sturm Fellowship
D. Melvin Jones FellowshipThe highest form of recognition for Wisconsin Lions Foundation donors is:
C. North Carolina
D. FloridaThe 2010-2011 International President, Sid Scruggs III is from: