THE NEW Lions Club South executive
Press Release
July 12, 2022
Lions Club of St Vincent South installs new officers

THE LIONS Club South held its installation ceremony on Saturday, July 9 at Paradise Inn at which Lion, Dionne John was elected as club president for the 2022/23 Lionistic year.

DIONNE JOHN Lion President

John has been a lion for more than 15 years and has served in several capacities at the club and Multiple District 60 (MD60) levels, a release from the club states. She is a past Cabinet Secretary Treasurer of MD60B; District Governor Communications Advisor; Lion of theYear for MD60B, Zone 3C, Lions Club St.Vincent South and secretary of the year for MD60B and Zone 3C, among others.

In addition to her role as president, John is the chairperson of the Marketing and Communications Committee for MD60B (which stretches from Grenada in the South to Cayman Islands in the north).

Lion, Suzette May was elected to serve as the new club secretary. The club’s vice-presidents are Lion Janiel George and Elroy John MJF.

In her remarks, the new president dedicated her year as president to the memory of her dear friend, deceased Lion, Evans Bernard “EB” John.

“Accordingly, during my tenure the Lions Club St. Vincent South will give support and make a monetary contribution to the Memorial Scholarship Fund in his honour. I hope that this will continue even after am no longer president. “

She also called on Lions “to become more involved in community projects and be more visible in our community.

“ Being a Lion is about the people we serve, at the end of the day the only thing that matters as a Lion is how we serve because ‘We are the Lions’.”

Since the club’s chartering in October, 1978 its members have worked on a variety of projects in the local community, including the national Secondary Schools Public Speaking Competition; the planting of trees annually at Montreal Gardens for World Earth Day; the Re-Leaf Project which provide seedlings and implements to farmers affected by the volcanic eruption and other disasters; and annual scholarships.

The Club meets every second Tuesday and fourth Saturday monthly at 5:00 p.m at the Lions Den at Enhams.