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Forms

The following District forms have been uploaded and are available for your use. State forms (for application, registration or request forms) can be found on the state website forms page.

9SE Expense Voucher – Word Format

Revised July 2018. Official form for making expense claims to the district.

9SE Expense Voucher – PDF Format

Revised July 2018. Official form for making expense claims to the district.

9SE Constitution & By-Laws – Word format

Revised April 2017. Official 9SE Constitution & By-Laws in Microsoft Word format.

9SE Constitution & By-Laws – PDF format

Revised April 2017. Official 9SE Constitution & By-Laws in PDF format.

American Diabetes Information

November is American Diabetes Month. It is time to develop a project for November. To assist you, download this fact sheet from the American Diabetes Association. Also there are many resources available on the International Lions website. Please email the District Diabetes Awareness Chairperson with any club diabetes projects.

Diabetes Brochure from Lions International

Partnerships for Diabetes
Lions collaborate with local health care providers, diabetes associations and national partners to provide information, materials and resources best suited for their communities.

Care and Share Policy

This is the policy that we use when we determine who will be served and how it will be handled. Revised Aug. 9, 2015

Environmental – Saving Water

An informational flyer provided by the district environmental chair on ways to conserve water.

Environmental – What can be recycled?

A flyer provided by the district environmental chair on what items can be recycled.

Club Brochure

This Club Brochure is a pdf fillable form. With Adobe Reader you can fill in your Clubs name, the days you meet, the time, meeting location, who the mail back card is sent to, and on the back your local activities. Then print the document using your duplex print mode on your printer. Be sure to use at least 65 lb paper so the mail back card doesn’t get destroyed by the Post Office sorting machines.
Form courtesy of Ronald Schappaugh