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  • Lions are Ready to Help

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    Whenever a Lions club gets together, problems get smaller and communities get better. That's because we help where help is needed – in our own communities and around the world – with unmatched integrity and energy.

    Our 46,000 clubs and 1.35 million members make us the world's largest service club organization.

    We are one of the most effective service club organizations.

    We get the job done.



    Contact Us

    Harriett Jackson
    , President

  • Fundraising occurs annually to support the Lyle Book Scholarship given annually to an ESC-20 employee’s child or grandchild and the Texas Lions Camp for children with disabilities in Kerrville, Texas.  Events include:

    • Poinsettia Plant Sale
    • Popcorn Sale
    • Raffle
    • Silent Auction
    • Spring Plant Sale

    Donations are accepted at any time by cash or check.  We are currently examining how you can make your donation electronically direct to the bank.

  • Membership 
    Become a Member!

    • Return to David Rodriguez, Membership Director or a sponsoring member.

    As a Lion, you’ll:

    • Help your community
    • Gain valuable skills
    • Make an impact on people’s lives, both locally and internationally
    • Learn to be a leader – and lead a respected organization
    • Network with business people in your community and around the world
    • Energize your life and have fun
    You’ll grow personally and professionally and you’ll know that what you do is worthwhile and appreciated.

    When it comes to meeting challenges, our responsibility is simple: We serve.

    In 205 countries, in hospitals and senior centers, in regions battered by natural disaster, in schools and in eyeglass recycling centers, Lions are at work, helping, leading, planning and supporting. Because we're local, we can serve the unique needs of the communities where we live. And because we're global, we can address challenges that go beyond borders.

    We want everyone to see a better tomorrow.

    That's why we support sight programs and services including vision screenings, eye banks and eyeglass recycling, provide eye care services to those at risk of losing their sight, and raise donations through fundraising campaigns.

    We believe everyone deserves a healthy life.

    From providing health programs that focus on hearing loss to supporting efforts to control and prevent diabetes, we're working to improve the health of children and adults around the world.

    We empower the next generation.

    Whether it's providing volunteer and leadership experiences in a Leo club or sharing a message of peace through our Peace Poster contest, our youth programs invest in the future by reaching out to young people.

    We serve local communities – and protect the planet.

    From performing hands-on service projects to providing emergency assistance, our community and environmental programs improve our communities – and protect the environment.


    MORE
    VOLUNTEERS
    In MORE PLACES
    Than Any Other
    Service Club Organization 

    Interested in joining?
    Send completed application to Harriett Jackson, Membership Director or the sponsoring Lion.
    Join - $30 / $25 quarterly / Spouses Join FREE / $12.50 quarterly

    2018 – 2019 Officers
    Harriett Jackson, President
    Elissa Stewart, First Vice President & Fundraising Director
    Julie Segura-Cordova
    , Second Vice President & Service Project Director
    Ken Book
    , Treasurer
    Debbie Book, Secretary
    David Rodriguez
    , Membership Director
    Christine Volkmann, Tail Twister & Lion Tamer
    Wayne Parker
    , Historian

    Our Current Members
    Deepthi Bommera 
    Debbie J. Book
    Ken Book
    Lilliana Clark
    James Clark
    Julie
    Segura-Cordova
    Marsha Ellis
    Jeff Goldhorn
    Esehak Hussen
    Harriett Jackson
    Trish Lopez
    Beverly Meyer
    Elizabeth Moreno
    Fatima Oujeddi
    Wayne Parker
    Norman Randolph
    David Rodriguez
    Edward Romero
    Lizette Romero
    Elissa Stewart
    Carolyn Trip
    Ed Vara
    Christine Volkmann
    Jeffrey Volkmann
    Michael Williams
    Cynthia Zaragoza

  • President. He/she shall be the chief executive officer of this club; preside at all meetings of the board of directors and this club; issue the call for regular meetings and special meetings of the board of directors and the club; appoint the standing and special committees of this club and cooperate with chairpersons to effect regular functioning and reporting of such committees; see that regular elections are duly called, noticed and held; and cooperate with, and be an active member of, the district governor's advisory committee of the zone in which this club is located.

    Immediate Past President. He/she and the other past presidents shall officially greet members and their guests at club meetings and shall represent this club in welcoming all new service­ minded people in the community served by this club.

    Vice Presidents. If the president is unable to perform the duties of his/her office for any reason, the vice president next in rank shall occupy his/her position and perform his/her duties with the same authority as the president. Each vice president shall, under the direction of the president, oversee the functioning of such committees of this club as the president shall designate.

    Secretary. He/she shall be under the supervision and direction of the president and the board of directors and shall act as the liaison officer between the club and the district in which this club is located, and the association. In fulfillment of this, he/she shall:

    1. Submit regular monthly and other reports to the international office of the association on blanks
    2. provided by it containing such information as may be called for by the board of directors of this association;
    3. Submit to the district governor's cabinet such reports as it may require including copies of regular membership and activities reports;
    4. Cooperate with and be an active member of the district governor's advisory committee of the zone in which the club is located;
    5. Have custody and keep and maintain general records of this club, including records of minutes of club and board meetings; attendance; committee appointments; elections; member information, addresses and telephone numbers of members; members club accounts;
    6. Arrange for issuance, in cooperation with the treasurer, quarterly or semi­annual statements to each member for dues and other financial obligations owed to this club, collect and turn the same over to the club treasurer and obtain a receipt;
    7. Give bond for the faithful discharge of his/her office in such sum and with such surety as determined by the board of directors.

    Treasurer. He/she shall:

    1. Receive all monies, from the secretary and otherwise, and deposit the same in a bank or banks recommended by the finance committee and approved by the board of directors;
    2. Pay out monies in payment of club obligations only on authority given by the board of directors.All checks and vouchers shall be signed by the treasurer and countersigned by one other officer, determined by the board of directors;
    3. Have custody and keep and maintain general records of club receipts and disbursements;
    4. Prepare and submit monthly and semi­annual financial reports to the international office of the association and the board of directors of this club;
    5. Give bond for the faithful discharge of his/her office in such sum and with such surety as determined by the board of directors.

    Membership Director. The membership director shall be the chairperson of the membership committee. The responsibilities for this position shall be:

    1. Development of a growth program specifically for the club and presented to the board of directors for approval.
    2. Regular encouragement at club meeting to bring in new quality members.
    3. Ensuring implementation of proper recruitment and retention procedures.
    4. Preparation and implementation of orientation sessions.
    5. Reporting to the board of directors on ways to reduce the loss of members.
    6. Coordination with other club committees in fulfilling these responsibilities.
    7. Serving as a member of the zone level membership committee.

    Lion Tamer. The Lion tamer shall have charge of and be responsible for the property and paraphernalia of the club, including flags, banners, gong, gavel, song books and button board. He/she shall put each in its proper place before each meeting and return the same to the proper storage area after each meeting. He/she shall act as sergeant ­at­ arms at meetings, see that those present are properly seated, and distribute bulletins, favors and literature as required at club and board meetings.  He/she shall give special attention to assure that each new member sits with a different group at each meeting so that he/she can become better acquainted.

    Tail Twister. He/she shall promote harmony, good fellowship, life and enthusiasm in the meetings through appropriate stunts and games and the judicious imposition of fines on club members. There shall be no ruling from his/her decision in imposing a fine, provided, however, that no fine shall exceed an amount fixed by the board of directors of this club, and no member shall be fined more than twice at any one meeting. The tail twister may not be fined except by the unanimous vote of all members present.  All monies collected by the tail twister shall be immediately turned over to the treasurer and a receipt be given.

  • The San Antonio Region 20 Lions Club is offering a scholarship(s) to children or grandchildren of Region 20 Lion Club members and ESC-20 employees who are graduating from high school. The scholarship(s) is open to:

    • A student who wishes to pursue a two year college degree
    • A student who wishes to pursue a four year college degree
    • A student who wishes to pursue advanced educational training in a career trade school


    Name of Scholarship:

    Lyle M. Book Memorial Scholarship Scholarship

    Amount:
    Will vary

    Requirements:

    • Applicants must be enrolled or be a midterm graduate for the current academic year.
    • Applicants wishing to pursue a two or four year college degree must have an overall minimum “B” average for all four years of high school work.
    • Applicants wishing to pursue advanced educational training in a career trade school must have an overall minimum “C” average for all four years of high school work.
    • A copy of the high school transcript must accompany the scholarship application.
    • Applicant must submit a letter of acceptance from a college, university, or trade career school.
    • Applicant must write a letter addressed to the San Antonio Region 20 Lions Club Scholarship Committee stating why he/she should be considered for the scholarship.
    • Please include all extra-curricular and community activities in which you are (or have been) involved and your future goals and career plans.
    • Applicant must include address, phone number (if possible), and a recent photograph.
    • Applicant must include at least two character reference letters (one of which must be from a teacher, counselor, or principal).


    Applicants will be judged on the following basis:

    • Attitude toward learning and ambition to succeed
    • Character, integrity, personality, citizenship
    • Desire for further education
    • Acceptance and enrollment in an institution of higher education or technical school
    • Completion of the scholarship application with all requirements, character references, and extra-curricular activities 


    Interviews:
    An interview may be required by the scholarship committee. 

    Scholarship Committee:
    Selection to the committee will be appointed by the San Antonio Region 20 Lions Club Board of Directors. 

    Awards:
    The San Antonio Region 20 Lions Club will issue a check payable to the scholarship recipient(s).  All submitted materials are kept confidential and will become the property of the San Antonio Region 20 Lions Club. 

    Deadline:
    Postmarked or hand-delivered by April 2019.

    Return completed application to: 
    San Antonio Region 20 Lions Club - Scholarship Committee 
    c/o Scholarship Committee Chairperson 
    1314 Hines Avenue 
    San Antonio, Texas 78208-1899

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