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Zone and Region Chairpersons

The Zone and Region Chairperson Center makes it easy to access information that is relevant to zone and region chairpersons.

Announcing Special Presidential Awards!

Zone and Region Chairpersons have the opportunity to achieve special presidential awards to recognize their role as a key member of the district cabinet.

Resources

  • Zone and Region Chairperson e-Book: This useful to guide zone and region chairpersons through the year as they support the clubs in their zones. It provides quick access to resources, policies and tools needed to have a successful year in this critical position within the district, including the Model District Governor Advisory Committee Meeting Guide. 
  • Zone Chairperson Training: The online zone chairperson training consists of four independent study modules that focus on the roles and responsibilities of the zone chairperson. Zone chairpersons are encouraged to contact their GLT district coordinator to learn about additional instructor-led training workshops for this position.
  • Model District Structure
  • Standard Club Structure

Zone and Region Meetings

Use MyLCI Reports to Keep Current with Your Clubs

Once the zones and regions (if applicable) are created and zone and regions chairs are assigned by the district governor, zone and region chairs will receive instructions on how to access the club membership statistics, review activity reports and report signature projects.

Go to MyLCI to register and log on.

Helpful Tools for Club Development

  • Certified Guiding Lion Program: The Guiding Lion Program is designed to assist clubs that are newly chartered, established or determined as priority designation.  Guiding Lions are assigned for a two-year term by the district governor in consultation with the sponsor or established club president. Guiding Lions are limited to serving no more than two new clubs at any point in time.

For more information please contact us by email zoneandregion@lionsclubs.org or phone (630) 468-6776.