Lion Rajen elected as 2nd Vice Dist. Governor

It’s a great historic news that our Charter President Lion Rajen Thapa has been elected as the 2nd Vice District Governor of District 4C3 in the District convention held in the city of Reno at Grand Sierra Hotel. The district convention held for four days starting Thursday 14th May to 17th May concluding with the Election Day and memorial Service to all the Lions who lost their lives and pray for the victims of Earthquake that hit Nepal. For the First time our Club also sent our Charter president as a Candidate to lead the District as Second vice District Governor . rajenAddressing Lions Club International District 4-C3 convention after being elected as 2nd Vice District Governor for 2015/2016. Lion Rajen Thapa thanked everyone for being there and making the convention a grand success. He also thanked to Lion Nourine who was also contesting for the same post. Then he expressed his utmost thanks to Lion Al Satake, all delegates, who participated in the poll, the convention committee, Cabinet of District 4C3 led by our dynamic District Governor Vince Lipinsky for all the hard work.

FullSizeRender (1)Club President Lion Hema expressed in her thank you note expressed her believe with confident that Lion Rajen will bring a refreshed energy in the district and his theme “Leading Lions to Excel” will be a practical reality. She also thanked the campaign chair and immediate past President Tilak Sunar, and Laxmi Chaudhary who have put in immense effort in this process. On behalf of Lions Club of Berkley Annapurna and entire Nepali community, Hearty Congratulations to District Governor Elect Lion Leo Macias, 1st Vice District Governor elect Lion Jan Valtr and 2nd Vice District Governor elect Lion Rajen Thapa. We wish you all the best to lead lions to excellence and give the message, “Where There’s A Need There’s A Lion”. With the motto “ we Serve”.


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