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Multiple District 4 California Lions

Delegates

Secretaries will fill in the online form at Lions Clubs International.

MyLci: www.lionsclubs.org

Any forms brought to the convention will have to be approved and signed by the Governor before Saturday February 26, 6:00pm.

Downloadable delegate form.

Certification will be available Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Voting will be Sunday 7am to 10am.

Host Committee

Chair: IPDG Brian Clapper

Co-Chair 

Secretary: 

Treasurer:

Registration:

Lodging:

Decorations: 

Seminars & Exhibits

Photographer: 

Entertainment: 

Protocol: ID Ken Ibarra

Program: 

Volunteer Sign Up Coordinator: 

MD4con Management Committee

4th Year: Chair  PDG John Ruiz

3rd Year:  Lion Leland Lee

2nd Year: PDG Maggie Robeson

1st Year: 

Club Membership #s

The number of eligible delegates is based on the Membership who have been members for 1 year and a day prior to the month prior to the convention.

Each Club is allowed 1 delegate and 1 alternate for each 10 members or major fraction of (5).

The membership number used is provided by LCI at MyLCI/conventions.

MD4Con 2022 please stay tuned as we update

The 103rd California Lions Convention!

Theme

"TBA"

 

February, 25-27, 2022

Hosted by 4-L6

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Windham San Diego Bayside 

1355 North Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA 92101

Or Call: #1 (877) 999-3223  Reference the group code: 

Lions Block of rooms has a discounted rate of $135 per night. Dates available are February 21-28, 2022. The cut off date is February 8, 2022.

MD4con

Registration Form

Registration and Meal Form 

California Lionism Awards

California (Academy) Lionism Awards Nomination Form

Word   Fillable PDF

Awards Page and Past Winners

Exhibits

Exhibit / Seminar Form

Exhibits are first come first served.

Seminars will be approved at the Fall Council of Governors meeting.

Digital Exhibit Form

Leadership Friday

California Lions Global Action Team has planned informative and interactive seminars with engaging speakers and effective instructors.

A full listing of the seminars and times will be listed. 

Come early to get the most out this transformational day.

1. Honesty and Integrity

The 34th President of United States, Dwight.D.Eisenhower once said, “The supreme quality of leadership is unquestionably integrity.  Without it, no real success is possible, no matter whether it is on a section gang, a football field, in an army, or in an office.” Honesty and integrity are two important ingredients which make a good leader. How can you expect your followers to be honest when you lack these qualities yourself? Leaders succeed when they stick to their values and core beliefs and without ethics, this will not be possible. 

2. Confidence

To be an effective leader, you should be confident enough to ensure that other follow your commands. If you are unsure about your own decisions and qualities, then your subordinates will never follow you. As a leader, you have to be oozing with confidence, show some swagger and assertiveness to gain the respect of your subordinates. This does not mean that you should be overconfident, but you should at least reflect the degree of confidence required to ensure that your followers trust you as a leader.

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Entertainment

 

 

 

 

 

Windham Bayside

Program

PROGAM SUMMARY

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Sample of events

Leadership Friday

Key Note Speaker: 

Leadership Awards

 

Youth Forum

Canceled this year.

Seminars

Exhibit

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Past Conventions

 

1      1920    Oakland, CA    June 7

2      1921    Berkeley, CA    July 18

3     1922     Fresno, CA    June 12-13

4      1923    Santa Ana, CA    May 25-26

5      1924     Sacramento, CA    May 22-24

6      1925     San Diego, CA    May 26-28

7      1926     San Francisco, CA    July 19-20

8      1927    Riverside, CA    May 26-28

9      1928    San Jose, CA    June 7-9

10    1929    Long Beach, CA    May 16-18

11    1930    Stockton, CA    May 22-24

12    1931    Merced, CA     June 8-10

13    1932    Los Angeles, CA    July 18-19

14    1933    Santa Barbara, CA    June 22-24

15    1934    Santa Cruz, CA    June 14-16

16    1935    San Diego, CA     June 20-22

17    1936    Reno, NV    June 25-27

18    1937    Santa Monica, CA    June 17-19

19    1938    Oakland, CA     July 18

20    1939    Long Beach, CA     June 21-24

21    1940    San Jose, CA    June 20-22

22    1941    Los Angeles, CA     June 18-20

23    1942    Santa Cruz, CA    June 17-20

24    1943    Hollywood, CA    June 24-26

25    1944    San Jose, CA    June 15-17

—— 1945    no convention

26/27    1946    Los Angeles, CA    June 5-8

28    1947    San Francisco, CA     July 27

29    1948    Long Beach, CA     June 21-24

30     1949    Reno, NV    June 20-23

31     1950    San Diego, CA     June 14-17

32     1951    Stockton, CA    May 31 - June 2

33     1952    Santa Monica, CA    May 29 - June 1

34     1953    San Francisco, CA    January 16-17

35     1954    Los Angeles, CA     January 21-23

36     1955    Reno, NV    January 20-22

37     1956    Long Beach, CA    January 19-21

38     1957    San Jose, CA     January 17-19

39     1958    San Diego, CA     January 16-18

40     1959    Las Vegas, NV    January 18-20

41     1960    Santa Monica, CA    January 21-23

42     1961    Sacramento, CA    January 20-21

43     1962    Anaheim, CA    January 18-20

44     1963    San Francisco, CA    January 17-19

45     1964    Bakersfield, CA    January 16-18

46     1965    Las Vegas, NV    January 22-23

47     1966    San Francisco, CA     January 20-22

48     1967    San Diego, CA    January 20-21

49     1968    Reno, NV     January 18-20

50     1969    Fresno, CA    January 16-18

51    1970    Anaheim, CA    January 15-17

52    1971    Sacramento, CA    January 21-23

53    1972    San Diego, CA    January 20-22

54    1973    Reno, NV     January 18-20

55     1974    Bakersfield, CA    January 17-19

56     1975    Oakland, CA    February 6-8

57     1976    Fresno, CA     February 5-7

58     1977    San Jose, CA    February 3-5

59     1978    Las Vegas, NV    February 2-4

60     1979    San Diego, CA    February 1-3

61     1980    Pasadena, CA    February 7-9

62     1981    Reno, NV    February 5-7

63    1982    Sacramento, CA    February 4-6

64     1983    Bakersfield, CA    February 3-5

65     1984    Newport Beach, CA    February 2-4

66     1985    Las Vegas, NV    February 7-9

67     1986    San Diego, CA    February 6-8

68     1987    Fresno, CA    February 5-7

69     1988    Redding, CA    February 4-6

70     1989    Reno, NV    February 2-4

71     1990    Bakersfield, CA    February 1-3

72     1991    San Jose, CA    February 7-9

73     1992    Anaheim, CA    February 6-8

74     1993    Bakersfield, CA    February 4-6

75     1994    Fresno, CA    February 3-5 

76     1995    Visalia, CA    February 2-4

77     1996    Oakland, CA    February 1-3

78     1997    Long Beach, CA    February 6-8

79     1998    Ontario, CA    February 5-7

80     1999    Bakersfield, CA    February 4-6

81     2000    Primm, NV    February 4-6

82     2001    Sacramento, CA    February 2-4 

83     2002    Riverside, CA    February 1-3 

84     2003    Reno, NV    February 7-9 

85    2004    Primm, NV    February 6-8

86    2005    San Diego, CA    February 11-13

87    2006    Riverside, CA    February 3-5

88    2007    Fresno, CA    February 2-4

89    2008    Modesto, CA    February 1-3

90    2009    Fresno, CA    February 13-15

91    2010    Riverside, CA    February 5-7

92    2011    Primm, NV    February 4-6

93    2012    Ontario, CA    February 3-5

94    2013    Sacramento, CA    February 8-10

95    2014    Ontario, CA    February 14-16

96    2015    Visalia, CA    February 20-22 

97    2016    Modesto, CA    February 5-7

98    2017    Redding, CA    February 10-12

99    2018    San Diego, CA    February 9-11

100  2019    Sacramento, CA  February 8-10

101 2020     Visalia, CA  February 

102 2021     Reno, Nevada May 

  

 

MD4con 2021

Measure and Election Results

All measures and budget canceled because of ballot inconsistencies