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Governor Daniel Pruce made Honourary Lion

Past Council Chairperson, Lion Marvin O. Grant, MJF (left) presents the Membership Certificate to H.E. Governor Daniel Pruce. Photo: Lions Club of Tortola/Facebook
New inductees of the Lions Club of Tortola. Photo: Facebook
New inductees of the Lions Club of Tortola. Photo: Facebook
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- United Kingdom (UK) appointed Governor, His Excellency Governor Daniel Pruce, has been inducted into the Lions Club of Tortola as an Honourary Lion.

The induction of Governor Pruce is in keeping with the Club’s long-standing tradition of having sitting Governors of the Territory inducted as honourary members.

The induction took place during the Club’s Annual Awards and Induction Ceremony on Tuesday, May 28, 2024, by Past Council Chairperson, Lion Marvin O. Grant, MJF.

Governor Pruce was presented with the Club’s Emblem and Vest by Lion President Daphodil Sampson, MJF. He also received a welcome gift of a Lions Club signature tie, presented by Past President, Kedrick E. Malone, MJF.

According to the Lions Club of Tortola in a social media post on Monday, June 3, 2024, Grant informed the Governor about the work of Lions worldwide, especially those in our local community. He said, “We are extremely proud that you have accepted membership into our Club and Lions Clubs International. Membership in a Lions Club is a privilege and you have joined the world’s largest and most active service organisation.”

Lions Club of Tortola commended

In response, Governor Pruce commended the work of the Lions Club of Tortola saying, “Clearly, you’re a wonderful group of people, you’re doing fantastic work, making an enormous contribution to your communities, providing great opportunities for young people as well. I hope very much during my time here, both myself, and my wife Rachel, can do something to support you in the work that you do.”

The Club also welcomed three (3) additional new members: Jeremy Liburd, Sherry-Ann James and Marcia Lyght-Robin who were inducted as Lions. Additionally, its youth arm, the Leo Club of Tortola, welcomed Madison Blyden who was inducted as a new Leo.

6 Responses to “Governor Daniel Pruce made Honourary Lion”

  • Wow....He joined the club? (05/06/2024, 08:44) Like (1) Dislike (2) Reply
    That should tek care ah he!
  • nanny (05/06/2024, 09:42) Like (6) Dislike (0) Reply
    They made him an Honorary Member and invited him to join.
  • Reparations first (05/06/2024, 09:48) Like (3) Dislike (9) Reply
    Justice for Frandie Martin and the Drew pls.
  • Me (05/06/2024, 20:01) Like (3) Dislike (1) Reply
    Congrats Governor, proud of the work the Lions club do along with the other service organizations. It’s very important to give back!
  • one eye (06/06/2024, 02:59) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Hope he is not going to be a successful insurrectionist like jaspert and ranking
  • Quiet Rebel (06/06/2024, 12:00) Like (0) Dislike (1) Reply
    The British Monarch has been the only leader of the Commonwealth of nations as if the leading the Commonwealth, a voluntary group, is hereditary. Mind the lions is not taken over by the UK-appointed Governor, the de facto head of state.

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