Mizuno to oversee 66 Lions Clubs in Hawaii
Mark Mizuno, a member of the Haleakala Lions Club, was elected district governor of District 50 (Hawaii) at the club’s convention last month in Honolulu.
He will be installed by Lions Clubs International President Barry Palmer at the Lions Clubs International Convention in Hamburg, Germany.
Mizuno has been an active member of the Haleakala Lions Club for 20 years. He will oversee the 66 Lions Clubs throughout Hawaii for 2013-14.
He is employed as an magnetic resonance imaging technologist with Maui Memorial Medical Center.
He is the second member of his club to be elected district governor. The other member was John Fernandez, who held the position in 1977-78.
During the Lions Clubs convention in Honolulu, International Director John Harper said Mizuno “has expressed his commitment and compassion to support and guide the Lions in District 50 to better serve their communities.”
Lions are men, women, families and friends who identify needs within their communities and work to fulfill those needs. For more information or to get involved, contact Mizuno at 242-7638 or send him email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lions Clubs International has nearly 1.4 million members in approximately 46,000 clubs in 206 countries.