District N-1

District N-1 serves New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Northeastern Maine. This unique geographical area has 78 Lions Clubs and 1784 members. The District passionately supports LCIF, the Lions Foundation of Canada, Portage Atlantic, and Eye Glass Recycling in addition to our District's communities.

Our most recent District Project is the Portage Quilt Project. DG Partner in Service Lion Cindi Beaumont spearheaded the collection of enough Quilts to make each bed in the dormitories of Portage Atlantic unique with quite a few to spare. We are supporting Portage Atlantic with the building of the $1.5 million Lewis Fitness Center. With a $75,000 matching grant from Lions Clubs International Foundation, the Lions of District N-1 have worked hard to raise the money to help construct this amazing facility that will further contribute to the to the return to good physical, emotional, physiological, and social good health of the youth who enter this program.

District N-1 is proud to be the home District of Canada's International Director 2015-2017, Rod Wright. ID Rod served on the Lions Clubs International Board of Directors, which is composed of 34 international directors. Together, they serve our association by Supervising all officers and committees of the board and association; Managing association business, property and funds;Preparing and approving the association's fiscal year budget. ID Rod is appointed to serve as Constitutional Area II Leader for 2017-2020

Portage Volunteer Recognition Portage Quilts

Friday, September 22, 2017 at 1:30 pm @ Cassidy Lake: Lewis Fitness Official Opening with Mr. Frank McKenna in attendance.

About MD N

Multiple 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

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COUNCIL SECRETARY TREASURER 2016-2019

Lion Brenda began her term as CST in July 2011 as part of a pilot project to study the advantages and disadvantages of a semi-permanent Council Secretary Treasurer. In May of 2013 the pilot project ended and Lion Brenda continues to serve with distinction .

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