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Clemens named to Lions office

The 100 Lions Clubs of North Dakota gathered in Bismarck for their state convention recently and to celebrate the centennial of Lions Clubs International. In 1917 a small group of independent

gathered Chicago and formed the Association of Lions Clubs.

At this same recent state convention, Kathy Clemens of the Jamestown Lions Club was elected first vice-district governor, an office she will assume in July 2018. In July 2019 she will become the district governor, overseeing the 52 clubs in the eastern half of North Dakota, and will represent her district and the Lions of North Dakota at the International Lions Convention in Milan, Italy. Clemens, whose husband is John, is the controller at Central Sales, an Agco-Bobcat dealership in Jamestown.

Lions Clubs International is the world’s largest service organization with over 1.4 million members in over 200 countries worldwide.

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