Dear Lions of MD6
I am pleased to announce that Lion Donna Walker-Hulben has accepted the position of State Office Manager for Multiple District 6 Lions of Colorado effective June 15. We are so excited that Donna has joined our team. This position reports to the Council Chair of MD6.
Lion Donna will be responsible for the duties and responsibilities as outlined in the MD6 Policy Manual. Prior to accepting this position, Lion Donna is recently retired from working for 37 years as an office manager/paralegal/legal secretary where she became proficient with a number of skills to transfer to the State Office Manager position.
I am confident that Lion Donna will be an excellent match for this position and will be a strong asset to the Lions of MD6. She is very enthusiastic and highly motivated with skills and capabilities to meet the challenge of her new position. She is a member of the Colorado City-Rye Lions Club in District 6SE where she has served as secretary and was named Lion of the Year and received the Anne Sullivan Award.
She will be working from her home office and can be reached at:
Address: P.O. Box 19112, Colorado City, CO 81019
We will miss our Lion Carol Louks who has served the Lions of MD6 for over 20 years! We wish Lion Carol well as she moves on with many new adventures in her life. Thank you, Carol, for your dedication to all Lions and Clubs in MD6, and thank you for helping Donna get acclimated to her new position!
Please join me in welcoming Donna as our new State Office Manager for the Lions of Colorado. Thank you in advance for helping to make Lion Donna's transition a smooth and pleasant experience.
Council Chair 2019-2020
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