Conference

District 19-B Spring Convention

May 5-6, 2017

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Red Lion Hotel & Conference Center

1 South Grady Way, Renton, WA  98057

Phone: (425) 226-7700

ROOM RATES: Please call the hotel directly and mention the LIONS CLUB 2017 for May 5th to May 6th, 2017 by dialing (425) 226-7700. The group rate is available until April 5th, 2017 at the discounted group rate of $99.00 per night per room. The room types are: Standard Single bed or Two Queen beds (based upon availability) To make reservations online, click onto: www.redlion.com/Renton and enter the group code: LION0505

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2017 District 19-B Conference Prices
Registration (Required for each attendee)  $20.00 / each
Leo’s Registration  $ 5.00 / each
Fun Night – Hors d’oeuvre/Finger Food (May 5th)

“The Roaring Twenties”

$ 26.00 / each
Saturday Lunch – – “Flat Iron Steak, Garlic Mashed Potatoes & Roasted Seasonal Vegetables”   Or Vegetarian Option (May 6th) $ 26.00 / each
Saturday District Governor’s Banquet – Dress Semi-Formal/Formal                Please Select Dinner Entrée:           (May 6th)

Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo    or      Wild Salmon    Or Vegetarian

 $ 28.00 / each
~ OR ~ (Total for all for 1 Lion = $ 100.00)
Package Deal

(Includes Convention Registration, Friday Fun Night, Lunch & Dinner)

 

$90.00 / each

Display Table $ 25.00 / each 
Pin Trader Table $15.00 / each 

 

 

HOTEL:

Red Lion Hotel & Conference Center

Renton, Washington

 

ROOM RATES:

Please call the hotel directly and mention the LIONS CLUB 2017 for May 5th to May 6th, 2017 by dialing (425) 226-7700. The group rate is available until April 5th, 2017 at the discounted group rate of $99.00 per night per room. The room types are: Standard Single bed or Two Queen beds (based upon availability) To make reservations online, click onto: www.redlion.com/Renton and enter the group code: LION0505

 

 

 

HELLO, INTERNATIONAL DIRECTOR BILL PHILLIPI

Our speaker comes from a “World of Service”.  He is part of family that believes in community service.  His mother was the first elected woman town official.  Bill, a semi-retired business person, is proud of being an Eagle Scout.  Later he went on to become the state’s youngest trooper and mayor of his community.  Besides Lions, Bill has filled numerous other civic positions.

Lions play an important role in continuing his desire to serve.  He first joined Lions in 1974, when his trooper trainer took him to a club meeting. According to Bill’s bio, he went on to many offices within the association including club president, secretary, treasurer, district governor, district convention chairperson, council chairperson, multiple district GMT coordinator and multiple district convention chairperson. He was also the associate chairman of the host committee for USA/Canada forum in 2013.

In recognition of his service to the association, he has received numerous awards, including the Membership Key Award, Leadership Award and an International President’s Award. He is also a Progressive Melvin Jones Fellow.

Vickie, his wife of 47 years, will be traveling with him to the Renton convention. She too is a Lion. (Vickie will be celebrating her birthday while visiting us!) They have three daughters and nine grandchildren.

 


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