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Lion Brennan was elected to serve as District Governor at the N Convention in Fredericton, N.B. April 17th, 2016.

Lion Brennan first became involved with Lions in Niagara Falls Ontario, in 1979 with the Stamford Lions Club. After serving in the Military, he worked in Ontario as a Locomotive Engineer. Upon moving back home to the Maritimes in 1989 in a Management position with Canadian National Railway, he at that time transferred to the Riverview Lions Club.

Within two years of transferring, Canadian National Railway was in the midst of making many changes. Being one of the 2700 Management positions terminated, he then traveled Canada wide, following rail employment. At this time Lion Brennan took a break in Lion service, as the locations where he was working were limited to Lion’s Clubs in those areas.

Returning back to Riverview after a few years, he rejoined the Riverview Lions Club. At that time in life he left the Railroad and started his own Cabinet Shop Business in the trade he was schooled in, as a Cabinet Maker. He is now employed with Corrections Canada in Dorchester Penitentiary as a Shop Instructor.Coming from two large clubs, Lion Brennan has Read More .....

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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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 began her first term, 2013 to 2016, of two possible terms. In May 2016, she was appointed to a second term.

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