Lions Elect Leaders in Minneapolis Delegates to the 92nd international convention in Minneapolis in July elected the Lions leaders for 2009-10. Eberhard Wirfs of Germany was elected international president. Sid L. Scruggs III of North Carolina was elected international first vice president. Dr. Wing-Kun Tam of Hong Kong, China, was elected international second vice president. Immediate Past President Al Brandel of New York became chairperson of LCIF.(Full convention coverage will be in the October issue.) Delegates also elected 17 international directors—two from the India/South Asia/Africa/Middle East constitutional area, one from Canada, three from Europe, three from Orient/Southeast Asia, one from South America/Central America/Mexico/ Islands of the Caribbean Sea and seven from the United States/U.S. affiliates/Bermuda/Bahamas. The directors serve for two years. (The names of the second year directors are on page 2.) Visit the Web site of Lions Clubs International for biographies of the new directors as well as biographies and photos of the four international officers and second-year directors.
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