In Memoriam Past International Director Carter Everage, who served on the international board of directors from 1973 to 1975, has died. A Lion for 65 years, he was a member of the Versailles Lions Club in Indiana and was one of the founding members of Camp Woodsmoke for campers with developmental and physical disabilities. A graduate of Purdue University, Everage was a professor of agriculture, operated a farm and was a World War II Army veteran. For the Record As of March 31, Lions Clubs International had 1,396,932 members in 46,622 clubs and 755 districts in 210 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 Correction Beverley Berger’s dog guides (March LION) were provided by the Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides. The foundation provides service dogs in six programs to Canadians with mental and physical disabilities at no cost to clients. The LION regrets the error.
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