In Memoriam Past International Director Eugene Howard Stallings, who served on the international board of directors from 1991 to 1993, has died. A Lion for 50 years, he served as president of both the Louisburg and Oxford Lions clubs and as president of the North Carolina Lions Foundation and was a director of the North Carolina Eye and Human Tissue Bank. In 2002, he was inducted into East Carolina University’s Educators Hall of Fame. Stallings was an infantryman in the European Theater during World War II. Corrections The Bentonville Noon Lions Club, which is celebrating 25 years, is in Arkansas, not Arizona (January LION, page 55). Khodr Farhat (January LION, page 9) did not receive a college scholarship from the Birmingham Lions Club. The LION regrets these errors. For the Record As of December 31, Lions Clubs International had 1,382,071 members in 46,397 clubs and 743 districts in 210 countries and geographic areas. Convention Countdown 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 2020 Singapore, Singapore June 26-30
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