Wednesday , February 1 2023

Saba Lions Club installs new Board of Directors

The Lions Club Saba held its annual turnover of the Board of Directors on Tuesday in the presence of club members, family and friends. The evening marked the be­ginning of a new Lionistic year for the incoming board. The 2018-2019 Club Directors are President Malusca Baker, Secretary/Treasurer Jessica Gumbs, Vice Presi­dent Mary Thielman, Immediate Past President Glenn Pileo, First Year Director Ronaldo Quindoy, Second Year Director Carolyn Johnson, and Membership Direc­tor Glenn Holm. Due to revamping policy the board was reduced to seven club members.

Saba Lions Club New Board of Directors, from left: Glenn Holm, Jessica Gumbs, Carolyn Johnson, new President Malusca Baker, outgoing President Glenn Pileo, Mary Thielman and Ronaldo Quindoy.

“During my year I have focused along with my Board of Directors on the enhancement of membership experi­ences and strengthening of the membership composition to secure the sustainability of the movement forward. It can be summed up in a couple of lines. Virtually the only thing of value in the Lions organisation from top to bot­tom is its members. They are the only real assets the orga­nization has,” said Outgoing Lion President Pileo.

“It is with the humbleness of heart, that I stand before you as the new President of the Saba Lions Club. I do this knowing that one cannot lead without a vision, that is why for this Lionistic year my focus is to unite the vision of the members both past and present of the club with the youthful innovation and technologies of the present time so as to fortify our club’s foundation heading into the fu­ture,” were the words spoken by incoming Lion President Baker.

The Saba Lions Club will continue to support its com­munity’s needs and help to serve the needs of those be­yond Saba’s borders, the volunteer organisation said Wednesday.

The Daily Herald.

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