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That was just too easy! Okay, here's another one; an important one: What District are we in? We're in District 49A of Multiple District 49. Within Multiple District 49, there is District 49A and District 49B.
District A is all Alaska clubs; District B includes clubs in Alaska, Yukon Territory and some of Canada.
A possible Quiz question: What does A and B stand for? "A" stands for Aurora and "B" stands for Borealis.
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If you guessed I, you'd be wrong. :) But if you guessed II, you are correct. I don't know much about Regions other than it's another level of leadership in some Districts.
Which brings us to Zones. Multiple District 49A is broken down into Zones. We're in Zone 7 which includes all clubs in Southeast--Juneau Mendenhall Flying Lions Club, Juneau Lions Club, Ketchikan Lions Club, Wrangell Lions Club, and the newly formed Branch Club, Prince of Wales.
Who was our first club President? If you said Lion Mal Linthwaite, you would be correct. He has served our club well and we should all be so dedicated.
I know this was a lot of information.... and likely boring information.... And I did try to keep it as simple as I could.... but it's important for you as a Lion to know your hierarchy.
As a member of the Juneau Mendenhall Flying Lions, you have a certain obligation to learn as much as you can about this great organization so you can share it with others.
To recap our hierarchy:
Lions Club International
Juneau Mendenhall Flying Lions Club