MULTIPLE DISTRICT 60 TIMELINE

  • 2017

    First Former Leo in MD to become Council Chair - Nadine Bushell (Trinidad and Tobago)
  • 2016 - 2018

    First Former Lioness to become MD 60 International Director - Nicolin Carol Moore (Trinidad and Tobago) First Female MD 60 International Director - Nicolin Carol Moore (Trinidad and Tobago)
  • 2016-2017

    First Former Leo in the District 60A to become District Governor 60A - Nadine Bushell (Trinidad and Tobago)
  • 2015

    Multiple District 60 moves from Constitutional Area three (3) to Constitutional Area one (1)
  • 2012-2013

    First Former Leo in the Multiple District to become District Governor 60B - Tony Buncamper (St. Maarten)
  • 2009-2010

    First Female District Governor 60B - Shirley Quetel-Hendricks (US Virgin Islands – St. Thomas)
  • 2005-2006

    First Former Lioness to become Council Chair - Alison Sloane-Seale (Trinidad and Tobago) First Female Council Chair – Alison Sloane-Seale (Trinidad and Tobago)
  • 1997-1998

    First Former Lioness to become DG in Multiple District 60 and District 60A – Lion Maike Storm v Leeuwen-Eliazer (Suriname) First Female District Governor Multiple District 60 and District 60A – Lion Maaike Storm v Leeuwen-Eliazer (Suriname)
  • 1996- 1998

    Second International Director – Terence Boswell Inniss (Trinidad and Tobago) First Former Lioness to become 1st Vice DG60A - Lion Maike Storm v Leeuwen-Eliazer (Suriname) 1996-1997. First Female 1st Vice DG60A - Lion Maike Storm v Leeuwen-Eliazer (Suriname) 1996-1997.
  • 1995

    Twinning of District 60A and District 63 – signed by DG Iwan Toussaint (60) and DG Initiative of DGs Stephen Backer (60) and Rudolphe Robinel (63)
  • 1991- 1992

    Lioness clubs converted to Lions Clubs across the Multiple District
  • 1990

    First all female Lions Club established in MD60 – Port of Spain Upper Belmont Lions Club
  • 1988-1999

    First Lioness District President 60A – Lioness Anna Marie (Maike) Storm van Leeuwen-Eliazer
  • 1989

    First Mid Year Conference held November 11, Lions Cultural Centre Port of Spain
  • 1985

    Lionism Extended to Montserrat
  • 1980

    Multiple District 60 established (Grenada shifted from Region 3 so that there were enough clubs to form a separate district 60B)

    First Multiple District Convention hosted by Kingston-Jamaica, 28 June 1980

    First Council Chair IPDG60 Dr. Joe Robinson of Antigua. Vice Council Chair Gopichan Ramcharran DG60A, Member DG60B Cecil Sproul
  • 1979

    Lionism extended to Anguilla
  • 1977

    First Lioness club in 60A - Lioness Club Felice, sponsored by LIONS CLUB Paramaribo Central, LIONS CLUB Para and LIONS CLUB Paramaribo North March 3, 1977
  • 1976 - 1978

    First International Director Louis Chung (Guyana)
  • 1975

    First Lioness club in Multiple District and 60B with the Lioness Club of Barbados North.
  • 1975

    Proposal put forward to split the District
  • 1973

    First District Trading Pin
    First time all Caribbean Territories marched as one body at the International Convention with a standard uniform
  • 1972

    First Leo Club established in 60A. Leo club Nieuw Nickerie January 1972. Second Leo club Leo Gado Tjo - Nov 29, 1972.

    Lionism extended to British Virgin Islands
    Lionism extended to Cayman Islands

  • 1971

    Lionism extended to St. Kitts and Nevis
  • 1970

    Jamaica joins District 60
    Lionism extended to St. Maarten
    Lionism extended to the Netherlands Antilles
  • 1969

    District 60 became a Full District – First District Governor – John Fernandes (Guyana)
  • 1968

    Lionism extended to Antigua and Barbuda
    Lionism extended to Dominica
  • 1967

    Lionism extended to St. Lucia
  • 1966

    Lionism extended to US Virgin Islands
  • 1965

    Lionism extended to Jamaica
    Lionism extended to Grenada – Grenada Lions Club
  • 1964

    Lionism extended to St. Vincent and Grenadines
  • 1963

    Trinidad and Tobago joins Provisional District P
  • 1962

    Lionism extended to Trinidad and Tobago
  • 1961

    Lionism extended to Barbados Dec. 28, 1961 with Lions Club Barbados later name change to LIONS CLUB Bridgetown Barbados

    Provisional District P established with Suriname, Guyana and Barbados

    First District Governor – Provisional District 60P – Jan van Marion (Suriname) 1961-1963

  • 1960

    Lionism extended to Guyana Aug. 23, 1960 Lions Club of Georgetown
  • 1957

    Lionism comes to Multiple District 60. Lions Club Paramaribo chartered May 8, 1957.
    Lions Club Paramaribo changed to Paramaribo Central

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