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The District Governor 2014/2015 is Lion Alan Good.

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Message from your new District Governor Lion Alan Good.

District Governor - Alan Good
So here we go, first new letter of my year and as you are reading this I will be in Toronto receiving more training, followed by the International Convention when I will have the tremendous honour as being sworn in as your District Governor.

I believe that the role of the District Governor is to be a leader and figure head of all of us in the South West District. I am sure there will be many decisions to make and hard work to come, but I am determined to enjoy myself and have fun on the way by working on the premise that there is work to do but fun to be had. I am there for you and am happy to hear from you, but please remember I am also trying to hold down a full time job.

The District Governor is also part of a team, myself, Vice District Governor Lesley and 2nd Vice District Governor Fred and we will be doing our up most to keep South West as the best District in the Multiple District but we cannot do this alone. We need your help.

We need everyone to look at membership, leadership and communication as these are the three areas of my goals for the year. Our membership is important so as to continue to serve our community needs. Our leaders are needed so that they work with our members to drive this District forward for the future. The communication is needed so that our communities know who we are and come to us for help and support.

Sandra will I know be giving me help and support during my year and have asked that you give support to her nominated charity for the year. It is something that is very close to both of us and you can find more information in this newsletter.

Something new for this year, working with Membership Leader Andrew, we are planning to bring a road show to your district.
These are still very much in the planning stage and we hope to see as many of you as we can cram into a room. Watch this space for more details.

I am looking forward to the coming year working with all the Lions, be that the members of the Cabinet or the members of individual clubs. I have already seen many of you on my visits as second and first vice and I look forward to meeting many more during my year as your District Governor.

Fellow Lions, I believe the future is bright; the future is blue and yellow.
DG Alan Good

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Walk with Lions/Run for Bramble

September 14, 2014, 11:00am

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A 2K walk or a 5K run to raise funds for the Bramble Children's Unit outside play area. Starting and finishing on the Piazza Terracina, Exeter Quay, Haven Road

After a great time at Boringdon Golf Club and an excellent meal this is how we got home at 20.10. Good service from the RAC - thanks to Victor and Roger. Anyone want to buy a Peugeot 3008? ... See MoreSee Less

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Clive RobinsonNo thanks I got one to get rid of to you should have left it in the lay bay you can't give them away3 days ago

Christine RoweAt least you are home. A very enjoyable afternoon. Thanks David3 days ago

Julian ChadwickGood to read you got home safely. Thanks for an enjoyable handover lunch3 days ago

Lesley ClarkeGlad to hear you both got home ok all be it a bit late. Good handover, shame a few more did not come, they missed a good meal. Thanks3 days ago

Sandra GoodSorry to see it took you so long! Thank you to you and Cathy for organising the event (and Evie's lion - first soft toy she has become attached to - wouldn't put it down yesterday!).1   ·  3 days ago

Dave RossonI’ll stick with my Ford thanks. Thanks for a great day. Kind regards, Dave2 days ago

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Four members of Exeter Lions recently returned from the International Convention Toronto, Canada where they were able to support our incoming District Governor Lion Alan Good during his installation as District Governor of District 105SW. A very moving occasion for all. ... See MoreSee Less

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Sandra GoodIt was lovely having John, Julia, Lynette Chadwick and Julian Chadwick with us. Made it well the more special!1   ·  6 days ago

Lynette ChadwickHere is our new DG Alan and Sandra.1   ·  7 days ago

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Paul Murphy and friends from Helston Lions win the Zone A Tacky Trophy at the Silly Games Night when Zone Chairman David Peter Broadhurst handed over to himself. At Chacewater Bowls Club. 34 Lions and friends attending. Great evening!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Well here you are 2VDG lion Fred in his duck master costume for this years duck race at our funday. ... See MoreSee Less

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