2015 International Theme

Peace, hope, determination, teamwork and uniting people through service are central elements of my presidential theme of “Dignity. Harmony. Humanity.”


Dr. Jitsuhiro Yamada, of Minokamo, Gifu, Japan, was elected to serve as president of Lions Clubs International at the association's 98th International Convention held in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, June 26 through 30, 2015.

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District Governor Lee

My theme for the year is “Focus on Service.”  We must focus on our central services of Eye Sight, Hearing, Diabetes, Literacy, Environment and Community Humanitarian Needs.  Every Lion in our District needs to get energized since we need to triple our efforts in order to contribute our fair share in meeting the Centennial Service Challenge.  I am proud to serve as your District Governor..

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Planning for the Future

Our Centennial Celebration brings Lions together to celebrate 100 years of life-changing humanitarian service.
Starting with the kickoff in July 2014 and ending in June 2018, Lions in clubs around the world will join in the celebration by expanding our community project work and inspiring others to join us in service.
It’s an exciting time to be a Lion. Let’s celebrate together!

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The Governor's Welcome

Welcome Fellow Lions, Lioness, and Leos to a new Lions year. I would like to thank you for electing me to serve as your District Governor and to those who accepted Cabinet leadership positions. The positive attitudes and willingness of these Lions to serve will most certainly contribute to a successful year.
The theme selected by Lions International President, Dr. Jitsuhiro Yamada is “Dignity, Harmony, and Humanity.”  The central element of this theme is peace, hope, determination, teamwork and uniting people through service.  Service to others has been the focus of Lions for nearly 100 years. In order to reach the Centennial Service Challenge goal of serving 100 million people by June 30, 2018, we must increase our output of service to benefit youth, vision, hunger and the environment.  In serving others, we are changing the world and sowing seeds of harmony, understanding and peace.
My theme for the year is “Focus on Service.”  We must focus on our central services of Eye Sight, Hearing, Diabetes, Literacy, Environment and Community Humanitarian Needs.  Every Lion in our District needs to get energized since we need to triple our efforts in order to contribute our fair share in meeting the Centennial Service Challenge.  I am proud to serve as your District Governor.
I am looking forward to working with you this year.
Yours in Lionism,
Lion M. Lee Winder
Lion Lee Winder
District Governor, 24B

“We Serve Locally, Nationally, and Worldwide”


Governor's Official Visitation Schedule:

  • August 10th Dinwiddie official club visit
  • August 13th, Chesterfield Prevent Blindness official club visit
  • September 15th South Boston official club visit
  • September 22nd, Ashland official club visit