Laylay Loh, PDG

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2000 – 2001
District Governor, District 308 B1
District Theme:


Convention/ Forum
83rd LCI Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
38th MD308 Kota Kinabalu
39th OSEAL Forum, Busan, Korea

84th LCI Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
39th MD308 Kuala Lumpur

LCI Award: 100% District Governor

Lion Clubs International President: Dr Jean Behar
Theme: Quality, Key To The Future


On consolidating and re-building
“Go back to basics and do things right”
Clubs urged to fulfill their Charter obligations.
48/67 clubs achieved 100% Club Award from LCI.

LCI introduced e-Filing: District 308 B1 achieved 80% compliance

New Clubs: Segamat Bukit Siput, Port Dickson

LCIF Grant
Key role in the Muar Lions Renal Centre to receive its first ever LCIF Grant of USD75,000.00
Administrator of this LCIF Grant.

Name Change
LCI approved the change in name of Lions Club of Kepong to Lions Club of Damansara, Kuala Lumpur.

Tree Planting
Promoted the importance of preserving and conserving the environment through planting of indigenous trees. Led by PDG John Loh as Project Chairperson, the District secured entries into the Guinness Book of Records and the Malaysia Book of Records by planting 110461 trees in 1 minute nationwide in October 2000.

39th MD308 Lions Convention, Kuala Lumpur, April 2001
Hosted by District 308 B1
Renewed MOU (for 5 years) between Lions District 308 B1 and PDRM (Polis DiRaja Malaysia) for period 2001-2006
Unanimous delegates decision
– to sell (jointly with District 308B2) the LIONS Headquarters at Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur with proceeds of sale to purchase an alternative building.
– to increase District dues by $14.00 from $64.00 to $78.00 effective 1 July 2001.


RM 148,846.45 India Gujarat 2001 Earthquake Victims
RM 103,610.00 seed fund (proceeds from 49th MD 308 Lions Convention) to establish the Kuala Lumpur Lions Renal Centre


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