HSV Breakfast Lions Logo Meeting Change of Officers Hot Springs Village
Arkansas
Breakfast Lions


The Board of Directors for the Hot Springs Village Breakfast Lions is responsible for the business functions of the club. This Board consists of the Club Officers, the Tail Twister, the Lion Tamer, the Program Coordinator and the elected Directors. The Club Officers are the President, the Immediate Past President, the Vice Presidents, the Secretary, the Treasurer, the Marketing and Communications Chair and the Membership Chair. All the members of the Board have certain obligations and duties as provided in the Constitution and By-Laws. The Breakfast Lions Club has adopted the Lions International "Standard Club Constitution and By-Laws" (revised 06/2020).

For additional information you can reference the Arkansas Lions State Directory or one of two websites: Arkansas Lions Website or the Lions International Website

Officers for Breakfast Lions for 2020-2021
President: The president is the chief executive officer of the club who presides at all meets of the board of directors and the club. The president issues the call for regular meetings and special meetings of the board of directors and the club. In addition thePresident has these Responsibilities: The Committees that report directly to the President are organizational and require in-depth knowledge of the history and operation of the Club. These Committees are:  LCI specifies the Function of Several Committees.
First Vice President: If the president is unable to perform the duties of the office for any reason, the vice president next in rank shall occupy the position and perform the duties with the same authority as the president. Other Duties of the First Vice President are as listed here. Each vice president shall, under the direction of the president, oversee the functioning of such committees of the club as the president shall designate. First Vice President Committees:
Don Draper Don Draper
49 Almazan Way
501-226-9406 (Joann)
don.c.draper@suddenlink.net
Secretary: The secretary shall be under the supervision and direction of the president and the board of directors and shall act as the liaison officer between the club and the district in which the club is located, and between the club and the International Association of Lions Clubs. Since the association handles all its data through computer data bases, email and computer forms, the secretary needs to possess good computer skills. The duties of the secretary are listed here.
Janet Folstad Janet Folstad
4 Lindo Lane
501-915-0270 (Dale)
janfolstad@sbcglobal.net
Treasurer: is responsible for maintaining the club accounts. The Lions Club has two separate funds, the Public (Activity) Fund and the Administrative Fund. All funds raised from the public must be returned to public use, including money accumulated from investment of public funds, including interest. The only deduction that may be made from the activity account are the direct operating expenses of the fundraising activity. The Duties of the Treasurer are continued here.
Bill Davis Bill Davis
29 Jardinero Way
501-915-0270 (Barbara)
wwd3313@sbcglobal.net
Assistant Treasurer: is responsible for supporting the functions of the Treasurer.
Ken Henry Ken Henry
9 Pego Way
501-226-5393 (Cynthia)
macynhen2@aol.com
Lion Tamer: The Lion Tamer shall have charge of and be responsible for the property and paraphernalia of the club, including flags, banners, gong, gavel, song books and button board. The Lion Tamer shall put each in its proper place before each meeting and return the same to the proper storage area after the meeting.
Additionally the Lion Tamer Duties Include:
Ken Wilson Ken Wilson
93 Murillo Way
501-922-1029 (Carole)
hsvrusty@yahoo.com
Membership: The responsibilities for this positions shall be:
a. Serve as a key member of the club's Global Action Team as the clubs Membership
   Chairperson
Additional Membership Chairperson Duties Include:
Steve Seitz Steve Seitz
66 Marinero Way,
501-915-0627 (Mary)
seitz943@gmail.com
Program Coordinator: He/she improves general meetings and keeps members informed on topics of importance to the members by scheduling speakers and entertainment for general meetings based on the interests of club members. The Program Coordinator obtains permission for speakers from the President and informs the secretary to insure a Certificate of Appreciation is prepared. He/she also welcomes the speaker at the meeting, ensures their proper seating and speaker introduction during the event, then provides a thank you communication after the event.
Pam Novak Pam Novak
4 San Clemente Cr.
847-867-8203 (John)
pamelanovak@gmail.com
Dottie Stewart Dottie Stewart
46 Reddina Lane
501-984-1485
dotstewt@suddenlink.net
Director - 1 Yr.: The directors are a member of the Board of Directors. The directors are elected for a two year term with half the number elected each year.
Blair Oram Blair Oram
2 Berlanga Circle
760-920-8170
blair.m.oram@gmail.com
Dave Salmen Dave Salmen
17 Coronado Circle
501-922-1109 (Gail)
naptime@suddenlink.net
Director - 2 Yr.: Director 1 Yr. have one year remaining in their term and Director 2 Yr. have two years remaining. See the Responsiblities of the Board of Directors.
Sami Jo Magoffin Sami Jo Magoffin
46 Reddina Lane
501-984-1589
sjmagoffin@suddenlink.net
Immediate Past President: He/she and other past presidents shall serve as mentors to the club president and vice presidents. He/she shall also serve as the LCIF Coordinator.
Don Draper
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