To access information on your multi district (its council, the conventions, the districts, …), open the menu and choose “Multi District”:
This Multi District menu item is in fact the entry point for the whole multi district hierarchy:
You can tap on each and every piece of information:
- If you tap on “Council of Governors” for the multi district, you get what the list of corresponding members together with their function (council chairperson, the various governors and vice-governors, etc.).
- If you click on “Conventions”, you get a list of all the past and upcoming conventions in your multi district. This implies that your Multi District LionsBase Master has created them in the system of course.
You can then click on a district to go down the hierarchy of Lions entities and do the same at this level, show the “committee” of a district (named in that context the “District Cabinet”, then of a region and finally a zone.
- Starting with a given District, then a Region, or a Zone, you can open the list of clubs filtered on the corresponding district, region or zone.
If you are on a club profile page and tap the zone or district, you will land on the corresponding level within the “Multi District” menu entry. This is an effective way to navigate to a club and quickly see which other clubs are in that zone or district.
And this is needless to say that from the zone, region, … you can go back one level higher using the natural and contextual back link top left:
Council of Governors / District Cabinet / Committee¶
As an example, this is part of what you get if you tap on “Council of Governors” for the multi district:
The corresponding function when you are on a district page is named “District Cabinet”. For lower levels (region, zone and club), this is simply named “Committee”.
The small symbols/icons you see next to the members have been described in section Symbols.
As an example, this is part of what you get if you tap on “Conventions”:
It is worth mentioning that Switzerland/Liechtenstein has the complete list of conventions down to 1950!
Although this is not a standard list of members, link to the council chairperson’s profile page is available anyway.