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MAJESTIC MAYON HOST LIONS CONVENTION
This year's 57th Lions Multiple District 301 State Convention is scheduled in Legaspi City, some 540 kms. south of Manila. It is accessible by air and good roads from any point in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao.
Host 301-A2 spreads its hospitality to all Lions attending the convention and elections on May 18 - 20, 2006. At stake are the positions of vice-district governors and district governors of the seven (7) district for LY 2006 - 2007.
Besides this annual summer event in the Lions Calendar, Legaspi City offers the awe-inspiring panorama of majestic Mayon, acclaimed to be the most perfect cone, viewed from all angle. Other attractions include the beautiful beaches; the ruins of Cadsawa Church, burried in one of the volcano's eruptions at the turn of the century; that therapeutic springs; the pili nut sweets, a famous delicacy; and the vaunted warmth of the bicolanons! So don't miss this event. Treat yourself to a different kind of lifelong experience. MABALOS!!!
NEW YEAR'S MESSAGE OF THE COUNCIL CHAIRMAN
G r e e t i n g s ! ! !
The new year is here and a new beginning has come once again, my fellow Lions. With it comes a new hope and opportunity to improve our ways.
As we move on to face the many challenges that are yet to come, we should continue to focus on our unwavering Lions's Motto "WE SERVE".
The serious responsibilities I bear as the Multiple District 301 Chairman for Lion Year 2005 - 2006 are both heavy and heady. Being the International pointman in this part of the world is not easy. But you, my fellow lions, have helped me so far in carrying out our club's noble plans. The enthusiasm, zeal, and passion with which you performed your duties have allowed you to successfully close a memorable chapter in Lionism. I can honestly say you did your jobs better than best!
A hearty toast to all of you!
My family and I wish you all a HAPPY & PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR!
GEORGE L. YUQUICO
Council Chairman, LY 2005-2006
STATE COUNCIL OF GOVERNORS
Philippine Lions is governed by the State Council of Governors. This Lion Year's composition of the council are the following governors:
- Past Dist. Gov. GEORGE YUQUICO - Council chairperson, District 301-A2
- Dist. Gov. ANTONIO T. LUY KIM KOK - Vice Council Chairperson, District 301-B
- Dist. Gov. VALENTINE TIO - Council Secretary, District 301-D1
- Dist. Gov. VALERIANO M. PO - Council Treasurer, District 301-A2
- Dist. Gov. RODOLFO "RUDY" L. PUA - Council Assistant Treasurer, District 301-A2
- Dist. Gov. TEOFILO "PETE" T. SORIANO - Council Protocol Officer, District 301-C
- Dist. Gov. TERESITA "TESS" OCAMPO - Council PRO, District 301-D2
- Dist. Gov. CERILA U. GORDIEL - Council Director, District 301-E
- Past Dist. Gov. JAMES L. SO - Council Auditor, District 301-A1
- Imm. Past Dist. Gov. FREDDIE D. BALONZO - Council Convention Chairman, District 301-A2
- Past Dist. Gov. RODOLFO "RUDY" CHUA SING - Council Executive Administrator, District 301-A2
This Lion Year's Multiple District Vice Governors are:
- Vice Gov. JACINTO U. YU, District 301-A1
- Vice Gov. RAMON C. CARINO, District 301-A2
- Vice Gov. PABLO V. NAVA, District 301-B
- Vice Gov. JEANNY SO HAO, District 301-C
- Vice Gov. LARRY T. IGUIDEZ, District 301-D1
- Vice Gov. VALENTIN C. VILLANUEVA, District 301-D2
- Vice Gov. BIO KUN T. HAO, District 301-E
Appointed chairpersons of the following Standing Committees are:
- MEMBERSHIP - PDG SOL FLORES, District 301-D2
- EXTENSION - IPDG FELIPE LIM, District 301-B
- RETENTION - PDG ROLANDO R. ARCE, District 301-D1
- LEADERSHIP - PDG BOBBY LAUREL, District 301-A2
- FINANCE - IPDG HENRY TIU, District 301-A1
- INTERNATIONAL UNDERSTANDING & COOPERATION - PDG MICHAEL SO, District 301-A2
- INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - PP ARNOLD A. TOLENTINO, District 301-D1
- LCIF - PDG FRANK SOLAY, District 301-A1
- PEACE POSTER - PDG CHUCHI RIQUERA, District 301-A2; Co-Chairperson PP FELY UMAYAN, District 301-D1
- PUBLIC RELATIONS - PDG ROBERT ROQUE, District 301-A1
- PROTOCOL - DG PETE SORIANO, District 301-C
- DIABETES AWARENESS - PP MILAGROS MAGAT, District 301-D1
- LEO CLUBS - PDG JOSE ALLADO, District 301-E
- SIGHT CONSERVATION & WORK WITH THE BLIND - ELIZABETH YANG, District 301-B
- LIONS OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUTH - PDG RODY SEE, District 301-D2
- YOUTH EXCHANGE - LION BONIFACIO DEL ROSARIO, District 301-D2
- YOUTH OUTREACH - LION JUDY MICHEALE K. SO, District 301-C
- WAYS & MEANS - PDG TONY OCAMPO, District 301-D2
- CAMPUS CLUB -LION DELVIN C. GO (2ND Year), District 301-B; Co-Chair: LION SONIA DAOAS, District 301-C
- CULTURAL & COMMUNITY SERVICES -PDG SUSAN BRIZUELA, District 301-D2
- U.N. COORDINATION COMMITTEE - LION EVANGELINE A. ANG, District 301-A1
- CONSTITUTION & BY-LAWS - PDG MANUEL S. PADOLINA, District 301-D2
- SPECIAL OLYMPICS - PDG STEPHEN SIA, District 301-A2
- WOMEN MEMBERSHIP - LION BLANQUITA LEMONCITO, District 301-B
- ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES - PDG MIKE MEDTAMAK, District 301-E
- LIONS SERVICES FOR CHILDREN - LION FE KAYAO LEYSAM, District 301-C
- HEARING, SPEECH ACTION/WORK WITH THE DEAF - PDG FLORENCE BARBIDO, District 301-A2
- PROGRAM - PDG ED GODUCO, District 301-A1
- HONORARY - PDG ROMY KAMANTIQUE, District 301-A2
- CONVENTION - PDG FREDDIE BALONZO, District 301-A2
To serve as advisers are:
- PID ENRIQUE LIM - Honorary Adviser
- PID VIC CHENG YONG - Honorary Adviser
- PDG VIC JOSEFA, PDG RUDY MIDEL - District 301-A1
- PDG JAMES HUANG, PDG BOBBY CHING - District-A2
- PDG PETER UYSICHI, PDG BEN YAPJOCO - District 301-B
- PDG VICTOR DY, PDG MODESTO PACQUING - District 301-C
- PDG EDDIE FRANCO, PDG JOSE DELA VEGA - District 301-D1
- PDG JOHNNY CO, PDG ALEX DUMRIQUE - District 301-D2
- PDG WILLIAM TAN, PDG BENITO ONG - District 301-E
Memorandum of Understanding between Lions Clubs MD301 Philippines and Special Olympics Philippines (SOP) Signed.
Chairperson George L. Yuquico, MJF of State Council of Governors in the Multiple-District 301 (Philippines) recently signed a Memorandum of Agreement between Lions Clubs Philippines and Special Olympics Philippines held at Edsa Shangri-La Hotel to forge a partnership and make Lions the exclusive volunteers for the Opening Eyes Program. Lions Clubs strong networking in the Philippines will source out new athletes and establish provincial programs to benefit the intellectually disabled throughout the country.
The event will open the opportunity for the intellectually disabled to have a year-round sports training and competition for children and adults with mental retardation. This will give population opportunities to develop their physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in the sharing of gifts, skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community.
Currently, there are 200 accredited Special Olympics programs in 160 countries. Through a grant from the Lions Clubs International Foundation, Special Olympics and Lions Clubs International are now partnering to expand the Special Olympics vision health program. This collaboration is tripling the efforts scope under a new name: the SPECIAL OLYMPICS LIONS CLUBS INTERNATIONAL OPENING EYES PROGRAM. Together, these two organizations will bring proper eye care to more Special Olympics athletes around the globe, and will also open the worlds eyes to the reality that people with mental retardation deserve the same quality vision care to which every person is entitled.
(Photo taken from left to right) Lions Council Chairperson PDG George Yuquico, PDG Simon Koh, Senior Manager, Asia Pacific Region, Special Olympics, Inc. and Alex Babst, Chairman, Special Olympic Philippines.
BRIEF HISTORY OF LIONISM IN THE PHILIPPINES
It was before the Second World War that the idea of introducing Lionism in the Philippines was first conceived by the "old timer" Col. G. J. Oden, USA (retired). The idea was well taken by his friend and mentor Atwood Lawrence, but it was only acted upon during the 1948 Lions Clubs International Convention in New York City, USA when the International Officers decided to organize Lions Clubs in the Philippines.
Early in 1949, Lawrence came to the Philippines to start organizing the Lions Clubs. He was introduced to Federico Calero, a realtor, who became the moving spirit in aiding Lawrence in his work. Calero later became the first Provisional District Governor of Lion District 301 Philippines.
Lionism was formally introduced in the Philippines when the 1st club, the Manila (Host), was organized in March 23, 1949 with Francisco Ortigas, Jr. as its Charter President with 23 members and was sponsored by Hawaii Lions Club.
Soon after, the spirit of Lionism started to spread. Within weeks after organizing the first club, a second club Rizal (Pasay) City Lions Club was organized on April 16, 1949 with Dr. Juan Salcedo as its Charter President. The 3rd club, Quezon City Capitol Lions Club was organized on May 27, 1949 and Hon. Nicanor Roxas was elected President. On June 19, 1949 the 3 clubs held their Joint Charter Night at the Manila Hotel.
Lionism in the Philippines continued to grow tremedously. As of October 31, 2005, there were more than 10,600 members in 380 Lions Clubs in the Philippines grouped into seven Districts.
No. of Clubs
Geographical Area Covered
City of Manila
Southern Part of Metro Manila (Pasay,) Makati, Las Pinas, Paranaque, Muntinlupa) Southern Tagalog (Laguna, Cavite, Batangas, Quezon, Camarines Norte, Camarines, Sur, Albay, Catanduanes, Sorsogon), Masbate, Madinduque, Palawan, Mindoro
VISAYAS PROVINCES (Cebu, Aklan, Antique, Iloilo, Capiz, Negros Occidental, Negros Oriental, Bohol, Samar, Leyte, Romblon
Northern Luzon Provinces (Pangasinan, La Union, Benguet, Ilocos Sur, Ilocos Norte, Abra, Ifugao, Mountain Province, Kalinga, Apayao, Nueva Vizcaya, Quirino, Isabela, Cagayan, Batanes
Quezon City, Rizal Province (with exclusion)
Rizal Province (excluding Makati, Paranaque, Las Pinas, & Muntinlupa), Caloocan City, Quezon City, Bulacan, Pampanga, Bataan, Zambales, Tarlac, Nueva Ecija, Sub-Province of Aurora, Quezon Province
Mindanao Provinces (Davao del Sur, Davao del Norte, Davao Oriental, Maguindanao, North Cotabato, South Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat, Misamis Occidental, Misamis Oriental, Surigao Del Sur, Surigao del Norte, Bukidnon, Lanao Del Norte, Lanao del Sur, Maranaw, Zamboanga del Sur, Zamboanga del Norte, Sulu Archipelago incl. Tawi-Tawi
We would like to commend the following clubs for having their own up-to-date, well-designed and very informative websites:
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
- January 8-14: LCIF Week.
- January 9: Executive Committee Meeting (Oak Brook, Illinois, USA)
- January 11: Sight First Advisory Committee Meeting
- January 13: Melvin Jones' Birthday
- January 20: Standard, IAG and Core 4 grant application for inclusion on the agenda for the March 2006 board meeting
- January 24: World Peace Day
Past District Governors Honor Month
- February 1:District Environmental Photo Contest Deadline
- February 1:Peace Poster Contest winners will be notified on or before this date
- February 15: Deadlline of submission for United Nation Association of the Philippines Essay Writing Contest with the theme: "The Millennium Development Goals - Youth Takes Action!"
- February 16-18: 1st Oseal Steering Committe Meeting (Penang, Malaysia)
- February 16: Multiple District Environmental Photo Contest Deadline
District Governors Month
Place year-end awards and gift presentation orders with Club Supplies
Club Secretaries receive the 2006 Club Supplies Catalog in the mail
- March 1: LCI Environment Photo Contest Deadline
- March 16: Sight First grant application deadline for inclusion on the agenda of the May 2006 Sight First Advisory Committee Meeting
- March 22: LCIF Executive Committee Meeting
- March 23-28: International Board of Directors Meeting (Portoroz, Slovenia)
- March 31: Deadline for International Convention regular registration fees
Leo Club Awareness Month
- April 20-24: Emerging Lions Leadership Institute Europe (Athen, Greece)
- April 29: Worldwide Induction Day
- April 30:Deadline for submission of Funding Application Request for 2005-06 Regional Lions Leadership Institutes
Recycle for Sight Month
Lions Family Month
- May 1: Deadline for International Friendship Banner, Newsletter, Photography, PR Idea, Trading Pin and Web Site contest entries to be received at International Headquarters
- May 1: Deadlline for advance convention registration and hotel room requests to be received
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