Marble Falls, Spicewood, Horseshoe Bay, Cottonwood Shores, Granite Shoals, Meadowlakes, Smithwick

Spicewood & Highland Lakes 
Lions Club

Where does our Club fit in?


 Texas has 16 Districts with over 30,000 members serving in more than 980 clubs supporting Lions International.

Spicewood & Highland Lakes    Lions Club
  President: Jerry Tweed

 Region 2 - Zone A
  Chair: David Almond

 District 2-S3

  District Governor: John Pruett

 Multiple District 2

  Council Chair: Rick Talbert

 Lions Clubs International

  International President: Naresh Aggarwal Robert 'Bo

Texas is MD-2.  District 2-S3 covers Metropolitan Austin area.  2-S3 has 5 Regions, each with 2 or 3 zones.  Each zone has 4-7 Clubs in it.

Lions District 2-S3 covers 16,547 square miles and is the 7th largest District in Texas.  Austin Downtown Lions, the oldest club in the District, is recognized as the oldest Lions Club in the world.  Austin had two delegates in Dallas in 1917, Harry Reasonover and W. A. McCormick.

In our Zone there are 4 clubs - Blanco Lions Club, Johnson City Lions Club, Dripping Springs Lions Club and Spicewood & Highland Lakes Lions Club.

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