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Redistricting Plan. 2012 – 2013 Council of Governors. February 9, 2013. Organization. Membership. Forecast. Membership Trend. Membership Growth. Issues. Current Membership July 2012 – 7,861 Membership July 2007 – 8936 Average Membership drop - 2.4%/year

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Redistricting plan

Redistricting Plan

2012 – 2013 Council of Governors

February 9, 2013

Approved Feb. 9, 2013


Organization

Organization

Approved Feb. 9, 2013


Membership

Membership

Forecast

Approved Feb. 9, 2013


Membership trend

Membership Trend

Approved Feb. 9, 2013


Membership growth

Membership Growth

Approved Feb. 9, 2013


Issues

Issues

  • Current Membership July 2012 – 7,861

  • Membership July 2007 – 8936

  • Average Membership drop - 2.4%/year

  • Configuration of districts is impacted by transportation routes

  • Options:

    • 6 Districts

      • Average membership – 1,310

      • Trend - 1,250 in 2 years

    • 5 Districts

      • Average membership – 1,572

      • Trend - 1,250 in 10 years

Approved Feb. 9, 2013


Recommendation

Recommendation

  • Redistrict to 5 districts

    • Pros

      • Reduces need to redistrict later

      • Provides larger Membership pools from which to draw leaders

        • Fewer lions having to hold multiple positions

        • More Lions available to fill district and state committees

        • More Lions available may increase quality of leaders

      • Improves District and State Council finances

        • More members/district increases administrative revenues

        • Fewer districts reduces state council expenses

Approved Feb. 9, 2013


Recommendation cont

Recommendation (cont)

  • Redistrict to 5 districts

    • Con

      • Increases number of clubs per district

        • Current 37-58 clubs

        • Post : 65-80 clubs

      • Merging 8 districts to 5 districts will be challenging

        • Election and reorganization of officers

        • Transition of reports, directories, financial goals

        • Impact on revenue for NCLI

        • Acceptance and ownership by district leaders

      • District leaders may not feel sense of urgency to grow members after membership exceeds 1,250

Approved Feb. 9, 2013


Recommendation cont1

Recommendation (cont)

  • Travel increases in some cases

    • 8 Districts

    • 5 Districts

Approved Feb. 9, 2013


What does 5 districts look like

What does 5 districts look like?

Approved Feb. 9, 2013


What does 5 districts look like1

What does 5 Districts look like

Approved Feb. 9, 2013


Districts l and i

Districts L and I

Approved Feb. 9, 2013


Districts o and n

Districts O and N

Approved Feb. 9, 2013


District s

District S

Approved Feb. 9, 2013


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