Universal Key (300 Members) • Lion Raju Manwani, Mumbai Sol, India Ambassador Key (150 Members) • Lion Jagdish Gulati, Allahabad City, India • Lion Jagdish Aggarwal, New Delhi Bengali Market, India • Lion Ravinder Sagger, Fazilka Vishwas, India Key Of Nations (100 Members) • Lion Jagdish Gulati, Allahabad City, India Key Of State (75 Members) • Lion Jagdish Gulati, Allahabad City, India Grand Master Key (50 Members) • Lion Jagdish Gulati, Allahabad City, India • Lion Larry Lindsley, Rockford, Michigan • Lion Doctor Pai Haradi Ganesh, Manipal, India Senior Master Key (25 Members) • Lion Jagdish Gulati, Allahabad City, India • Lion Bob Hammons, Sallisaw, Oklahoma • Lion Lawrence Parish, Medaryville Community, Indiana • Lion David Sievert, Black Creek, Wisconsin • Lion Laljibhai Patel, Vapi, India • Lion Mantri Rao, Visakhapatnam Steel City, India • Lion Sanjay Khetan, Birganj Adarshnagar, 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 Dwight E. Stanford, who served on the International Board of Directors during 1960-62, has passed away. He was also appointed to a two-year term as a board committee member in 1975 and had been a member of the Hillcrest Mission Valley Lions Club in California since 1939. A retired attorney, Past Director Stanford was a past president of the San Diego Council of the Boy Scouts of America and had been active in many professional and community organizations. Past International Director Simon K. Y. Lee, of Hong Kong, China, has passed away. A member of the Hong Kong Host Lions Club since 1957, he was elected to serve on the International Board of Directors from 1987 to 1989. Lee was a businessman who was active in Hong Kong civic and government groups and was a member of The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire. He was also a Campaign SightFirst Lead Gift contributor and served as president of the Hong Kong Society for the Deaf. FOR THE RECORD As of January 31, 2010, Lions Clubs International had 1,334,734 members in 45,888 clubs and 743 districts in 205 countries and geographic areas. ON THE WEB (www.lionsclubs.org) Get the word out about your club. If you’re doing something interesting, innovative and visual, the LION wants to know. Submit your story and you could be featured in an issue or online. Go to the Member Center and click on Online Community. Select “Submit Your Story” and fill out the form online.
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