ANNIVERSARIES NOVEMBER 2014 95 Years: Decatur, Ill.; Grand Rapids, Mich.; Guthrie, Okla. 90 Years: Binghamton, N.Y.; Cambridge, Ohio; Cedar Falls, Iowa; Davenport Host, Iowa; Gillette, Wyo.; Upland Host, Calif. 85 Years: Canton, Okla.; Dodge City, Kan.; High Point, N.C.; Kanab, Utah; Madrid, Iowa; Napoleon, N.D.; Ogden, Iowa; Racine, Wis.; Somerset, Pa.; Stratford, Conn.; Takoma Park, Md.; Waynesboro, Pa. 80 Years: Charlottesville Host, Va.; Edison, Ga.; Flomaton, Ala.; Grapevine, Texas; Lachute, QC, CAN; St. George, Utah 75 Years: Anahuac, Texas; Arthur, ON, CAN; Atkins, Ark.; Augusta, Wis.; Dick Dowling, Texas; Fort Edward, N.Y.; Henderson, Ky.; Independence Host, Mo.; La Fontaine, Ind.; Liberty, Texas; Moscow Central, Idaho; Pullman, Wash.; San Luis Obispo, Calif.; Shade, Pa.; Speedway, Ind.; Waterford, N.Y. 50 Years: Covington, Okla.; Ellensburg, Wash.; Hyland Lakes, Wis.; Killeen Evening, Texas; Lake Grove, N.Y.; Marion Noon, Iowa; Mustang, Okla.; New London, Mo.; Whitesville, Ky.; Yellowknife, NT, CAN 25 Years: Dime Box, Texas; Kearney, ON, CAN; Las Vegas Los Prados, Nev.; Los Angeles Chinese, Calif.; Somerset Pioneer, Calif.; Sudbury Suomi, ON, CAN Anniversaries are based on the official records of Lions Clubs International. The recorded charter date at LCI sometimes differs from local club records. HIGHER KEYS ISSUED JULY 2014 Emissary Key (350 Members) • Lion T.V.S.R.K.V. Prasad, Piler, India Universal Key (300 Members) • Lion T.V.S.R.K.V. Prasad, Piler, India Global Key (250 Members) • Lion T.V.S.R.K.V. Prasad, Piler, India • Lion Ashok Mehta, Bombay Sion, India International Key (200 Members) • Lion T.V.S.R.K.V. Prasad, Piler, India Key Of State (75 Members) • Lion Annapareddy Kotireddy, Bezwada, India • Lion Satya Baruah, Jorhat Dissoi Valley, India • Lion Sunilkumar Jain, Ahmedabad Karnavati, India Grand Master Key (50 Members) • Lion Bob Reily, Colorado City, Texas • Lion Sten Bergqvist, South Florida Maritime, Florida • Lion Syed Iqbal, Ongole Citizens, India • Lion Swarn Singh, Sultanpur Lodhi Gaurav, India • Lion Satya Baruah, Jorhat Dissoi Valley, India • Lion Sunil Patodia, Mumbai Heritage Galaxy, India • Lion N. Kalusulingam, Akshaya Chatrapatti, India Senior Master Key (25 Members) • Lion Louis Blanchard, Magnolia, Arkansas • Lion Herbert Worthy, Ecorse River Rouge, Michigan • Lion Roger Sowers, York Springs, Pennsylvania • Lion Daniel Funke, Goddard, Kansas • Lion Art Ruben, Everett Central, Washington • Lion Russell Watson, Chilliwack Dogwood Monarch, British Columbia, Canada • Lion Howard McFadden, Rising Sun, Maryland • Lion Jack Voigtschild, Bedford Noon, Indiana • Lion Annette Cooke, Salem, New Hampshire • Lion Biljana Tusevski, Osijek Turda, Croatia • Lion Trisnawati Djuhari, Surabaya Padma, Indonesia • Lion K.V. Subbaraju, Visakhapatnam Kurmannapalem, India • Lion Bala Gopala Reddy Ch., Mylavaram, India • Lion M. Manmadha Rao, Chodavaram, India • Lion K.M. Marappa, Bangalore J.P. Nagar, India • Lion Chandranath Chakraborty, Asansol Philanthropy, India • Lion Jyotsana Jaiswal, Ahmedabad Perfection, India • Lion Ranjana Mahawar, Raipur Capital, India • Lion L.N. Mehta, Jaisalmer, India • Lion G. Chandrasekar, Arakkonam Crown, India • Lion P. Rajamanickam, Chennai Siksha, India • Lion K. Jaganathan, Gurusamy Palayam Tamizhan, India • Lion N. Kalusulingam, Akshaya Chatrapatti, • Lion Shambhu Prasad Ghimire, Kathmandu Ramechhap, Nepal Because of early publication deadlines, LION Magazine does not include the most current list of Higher Keys. To view the most current list, search for Membership Key Award Program at www.lionsclubs.org. IN MEMORIAM Past International Director James S. “Jim” Cameron, of Syracuse, Indiana, has died. He was a member of the Urbana and Syracuse Lions Clubs since 1962 and served on the international board of directors from 1988-90. He led more than 40 Lions eyeglass missions to developing countries and founded an organization to help children around the world. Cameron received the Volunteer Action Award from U.S. President George H. W. Bush and Indiana Governor Evan Bayh in 1992 for his dedication to helping people in need in Central America. Past International Director John G. Justice, who served on the board from 1982 to 1984, has died. A member of the Nashville Downtown Lions Club in Tennessee since 1964, he served aboard the USS Wasp aircraft carrier during World War II and later supported Magic Carpet operations for returning troops. He was active in many community and civic organizations, and served as a Sunday school teacher and deacon. FOR THE RECORD As of Sept. 30, Lions Clubs International had 1,369,608 members in 46,543 clubs and 755 districts in 209 countries and geographic areas. CONVENTION COUNTDOWN 2015 Honolulu, Hawaii June 26-30 2016 Fukuoka, Japan June 24-28 2017 Chicago, Illinois June 30-July 4 2018 Las Vegas, Nevada June 29-July 3 2019 Milan, Italy July 5-9
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