Local Governing Documents

These documents are maintained by the Constitution and Bylaws Committee, which can be contacted at policy@lions4c4.org for questions and clarification. Officially:

Any Lion member, of this District, who believes that action or policy of this District is in conflict with this policy Manual shall refer the question of the action or policy to the Constitution and By-Laws Committee for disposition 45 days prior to the next cabinet meeting.

Lions District 4-C4 Policy Manual Section 2.2.1

Non-Discrimination Policy

Lions Clubs International affirms a policy of non-discrimination. Lions clubs and members may not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, gender, marital status, age, disability, veteran status or any other legally protected status. A violation of this policy would be considered conduct unbecoming a Lion and/or Lions Club and may result in placing a club in “status quo” and/or cancelling a club charter in accordance with the policies set forth by the International Board of Directors.

Lions Clubs International Board Policy Manual Chapter XVII Membership, Section I Non-Discrimination Policy

Privacy Policy

Mirroring Lions International, the District has a privacy policy governing it’s website, mailing lists, and other use of technology. That policy can be found at the page linked below:

Supremacy

Per Lions District 4-C4 Constitution Article 10 Section 4, and Leo District 4-C4 Article IX, the Governing Documents of Lions Clubs International shall have supremacy over our local governing documents, with any changes made there being in most cases automatically reflected within our documents.

These documents have been linked below for your convenience, although effort should be put into checking the official website, lionsclubs.org, in case these links are not up to date:

Multiple District

All clubs within our District are also a member of Multiple District 4 – California Lions, and are subject to their governing documents.