Warren discussed his goals for the district and presented the international president’s program for the year. He also reported on various international and state activities, including the purchase of a new building for the Georgia Lions Lighthouse Foundation. Through the support of local clubs and volunteers, the Lighthouse can provide hearing or eye care or related surgeries for Georgia residents experiencing financial difficulties.
Chickamauga Lions Club, led by President Donna Calhoun, provides eyeglasses for needy people in the area and is active throughout the Chickamauga community. Calhoun states, “Club members truly live the Lions motto of ‘We Serve’ by helping our neighbors in need.”
Warren has held membership in Lions Club International for 26 years. He joined the Alparetta Lions Club in March 1983, later transferring to the Woodstock Lions Club in 1999, where he remains a member today. Warren is married to Nanette and they reside in Woodstock.
Lions Club International is the world’s largest service club organization in the world, with 1.3 million members. Lions have 46,168 clubs in 743 districts and 206 countries and geographic areas.