The rules and form for the Travelling Lioness competition are available below, please click on the links to download them, they are available in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format only.
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From January 2020, new rules and a new report card come into force these are here
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Photograph Caption Competition
All clubs in Good standing are eligible to enter the photograph competition, whether they are in attendance at the annual Lioness Conference or not.
The photograph should be of an event and/or member of the Club, entering the competition. Any size photograph up to A4 is eligible and should be accompanied by a caption that captures the essence of the subject.
Photographs should be submitted to the MD Competitions Officer either prior to the annual conference, or at conference.
Clubs can enter as many photos as they wish for the competition and each photo will be judged on its individual merit.
A scrapbook is a record of a Presidential year (01 July – 30 June) and is judged at the Multiple District Annual Lioness Conference.
Description of Entries
a) All entries must be in book form not exceeding 24” x 36” and 52 pages double sided.
b) All entries must be clearly identified on the cover with Club Name and District
The scrapbook should cover the period of the preceding Presidential Year and include:
a) Newspaper and magazine coverage, supported by clippings
b) Bulletins, newsletters, function programmes, menus, tickets etc,
c) Photographs and pictures
a) All Clubs in good standing shall be eligible to submit an entry to the Multiple District 105 Lioness Clubs Scrapbook Competition.
b) Each entry shall be delivered to the Multiple District 105 Lioness Clubs Competitions Officer prior to the opening of the Saturday morning business session.
c) All Scrapbooks will be on display before and after judging for delegates to view throughout the conference.
d) Delegates delivering entries shall be responsible for their collection after the Sunday morning business session is complete.
a) Entries will be judged during the Saturday Morning Business Session by a select panel of judges approved by the Multiple District Lioness Chairman.
b) Judging will be based on maximum marks as follows:
c) The results will be announced and the trophy presented during the Saturday Dinner Dance.
The winning Club shall be responsible for:
a) The safe keeping of the trophy for twelve months
b) Engraving their Club’s name on the trophy in similar style to those previous.
c) Returning the trophy to the Competitions Officer at the following Lioness Conference for presentation to the new winners.