CHANCELLOR BOB CORLEW
Multiple District N Chartered
District N , was chartered by Lions Clubs International July 6, 2007, with the
division of Multiple District 41 into the single District 41 (Maine, USA) and
the Atlantic Provinces of Canada plus Fort Kent, Fort Fairfield and Calais,
Maine, USA. the smaller Multiple District serves New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and 3 clubs on the Maine _New Brunswick border under District N-1, Nova Scotia under District N-2and Newfoundland West and East under N-3 and N-4.
Chancellor Bob Corlew, from Milton, Tennessee, USA, was elected to serve as president of Lions Clubs International at the association’s 99th International Convention held in Fukuoka, Japan, June 24 through 28, 2016.
President Corlew is retired as chancellor for the State of Tennessee and a professor of law.
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99 YEARS OF HUMANITARIAN SERVICE
Lions Clubs International was founded on June 7,
1917 in Chicago, Illinois by Lion Melvin Jones. It is now the largest service
organization in the world, serving in 201 countries. Since its beginning, Lions
Clubs International has maintained a strong mission, expressed in our
The slogan of the Lions Clubs is:Liberty Intelligence Our Nation's Safety
Loving Individuals Offering Needed Service