Tag Archives: District Administration

Directory Advertising Reminder

Just a reminder that if you haven’t sent in your order form for this coming year’s directory advertising, the deadline will be here before we know it.   Published in July, this directory will reach over 500 Lions in this district and across California. This is a great opportunity to advertise your business, acknowledge or congratulate club or district leadership or advertise your club project or event.

As of this writing, premium placement is still available for the inside back cover.  In these difficult economic times, you’ll be pleased to know that rates have remained the same as last year.

The earlier your payment is received, the better placement your ad will get in the book. Payment and finished artwork are due by May 15th. Download the order form. The three boxes you will see on the form represent the three ad sizes available.

Please contact Lion Jean Westcott 831-224-5471 or gwestcot (at)aol.com with any questions.

District Web Site to be Featured at November Cabinet Meeting

This web site will be the subject of a presentation at the November cabinet meeting in Prunedale. After a brief demonstration of the site during the meeting, members of the Tech Committee will be on hand to answer questions and give individualized demos to Lions who wish them. After the Cabinet meeting, there will be an optional workshop to demonstrate how you can post information directly to the site. This workshop will last less than an hour. Plan now to invest that time in learning how to make use of this great new tool for publicizing your club’s events and projects!

Club Visitation Contest Form Published

Lion Esther Tuliao has provided us with the official visitation form for this year’s Club Visitation Contest. Contest details are provided on the form and in the district directory. The form can be downloaded from the “Downloads” section to the right of this screen, or from the “Publications” tab above. You can also click here.

District Calendar

The calendar application that we’re trying out at this time is pretty straightforward and it’s free! Of course, being free, there are some minor annoyances, but this is probably a stopgap measure until we identify (or develop) a more permanent approach.

One of the limitations of this free software is that we can only have one login name and password. So, I figure w’ll share for now, anyway. To learn what password will let you in so that you can add all your club’s events, contact Hugh Donagher (Sunnyvale Host). You know where to find me. (Sitting at my computer, of course!)


Hugh Donagher