Millionaire - Billings Lions Club.ppt by tongxiamy

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									15   u   1,000,000
14   u   500,000
13   u   250,000
12   u   125,000
11   u    64,000
10   u    32,000
9    u    16,000
8    u    8,000
7    u    4,000
6    u    2,000
5    u    1,000
4    u     500
3    u     300
2    u     200
1    u     100
           Q: Which of these is not a District Officer



 A: David Seager                       B: David Linden



 C: David Beckham                      D: David Scott
           Q: Which of these is not a District Officer



 A: David Seager                       B: David Linden



 C: David Beckham                      D: David Scott
15   u   1,000,000
14   u   500,000
13   u   250,000
12   u   125,000
11   u    64,000
10   u    32,000
9    u    16,000
8    u    8,000
7    u    4,000
6    u    2,000
5    u    1,000
4    u     500
3    u     300
2    u     200
1    u     100
        Q: Why should a Lions Club want more members



 A: Increase numbers              B: Make our DG happy



 C: Get an award                   D: Extend community
                                        service
        Q: Why should a Lions Club want more members



 A: Increase numbers              B: Make our DG happy



 C: Get an award                   D: Extend community
                                        service
15   u   1,000,000
14   u   500,000
13   u   250,000
12   u   125,000
11   u    64,000
10   u    32,000
9    u    16,000
8    u    8,000
7    u    4,000
6    u    2,000
5    u    1,000
4    u     500
3    u     300
2    u     200
1    u     100
           Q: Which category of membership allows
           a Member to “belong” to two different Lions Clubs



 A: Affiliate Member                      B: Honorary Member



 C: Active Member                         D: Associate Member
           Q: Which category of membership allows
           a Member to “belong” to two different Lions Clubs



 A: Affiliate Member                      B: Honorary Member



 C: Active Member                        D: Associate Member
15   u   1,000,000
14   u   500,000
13   u   250,000
12   u   125,000
11   u    64,000
10   u    32,000
9    u    16,000
8    u    8,000
7    u    4,000
6    u    2,000
5    u    1,000
4    u     500
3    u     300
2    u     200
1    u     100
          Q: Which category of membership allows
          a member to regularly not attend meetings



 A: Life Member                      B: Associate Member



 C: Branch Member                    D: Affiliate Member
          Q: Which category of membership allows
          a member to regularly not attend meetings



 A: Life Member                      B: Associate Member



 C: Branch Member                    D: Affiliate Member
15   u   1,000,000
14   u   500,000
13   u   250,000
12   u   125,000
11   u    64,000
10   u    32,000
9    u    16,000
8    u    8,000
7    u    4,000
6    u    2,000
5    u    1,000
4    u     500
3    u     300
2    u     200
1    u     100
           Q: Which category of membership allows
           a member to not attend meetings for a fixed period



 A: Affiliate Member                       B: Associate Member



 C: Member at Large                        D: Honorary Member
           Q: Which category of membership allows
           a member to not attend meetings for a fixed period



 A: Affiliate Member                       B: Associate Member



 C: Member at Large                        D: Honorary Member
15   u   1,000,000
14   u   500,000
13   u   250,000
12   u   125,000
11   u    64,000
10   u    32,000
9    u    16,000
8    u    8,000
7    u    4,000
6    u    2,000
5    u    1,000
4    u     500
3    u     300
2    u     200
1    u     100
          Q: Which member cannot hold office



 A: Member at Large                 B: Associate Member



 C: Branch Member                   D: Affiliate Member
          Q: Which member cannot hold office



 A: Member at Large                 B: Associate Member



 C: Branch Member                   D: Affiliate Member
15   u   1,000,000
14   u   500,000
13   u   250,000
12   u   125,000
11   u    64,000
10   u    32,000
9    u    16,000
8    u    8,000
7    u    4,000
6    u    2,000
5    u    1,000
4    u     500
3    u     300
2    u     200
1    u     100
          Q: How many Members do you need to
             start a Club Branch



 A: 20                             B: 5



 C: 2                              D: 15
          Q: How many Members do you need to
             start a Club Branch



 A: 20                             B: 5



 C: 2                              D: 15
15   u   1,000,000
14   u   500,000
13   u   250,000
12   u   125,000
11   u    64,000
10   u    32,000
9    u    16,000
8    u    8,000
7    u    4,000
6    u    2,000
5    u    1,000
4    u     500
3    u     300
2    u     200
1    u     100
           Q: Which of these words may be included
              in the name of a new Lions Club



 A: District                          B: Area



 C: Lioness                           D: Female
           Q: Which of these words maybe included in
              the name of a new Lions Club



 A: District                         B: Area



 C: Lioness                          D: Female
15   u   1,000,000
14   u   500,000
13   u   250,000
12   u   125,000
11   u    64,000
10   u    32,000
9    u    16,000
8    u    8,000
7    u    4,000
6    u    2,000
5    u    1,000
4    u     500
3    u     300
2    u     200
1    u     100
           Q: Where should a Branch Club’s funds be held



                                       B: In the Parent Club’s
 A: In a Swiss Bank Account
                                          Bank Account



 C: In the Branch’s own                D: Under the Treasurer’s
    Bank Account                           mattress
           Q: Where should a Branch Club’s funds be held



                                        B: In the Parent Club’s
 A: In a Swiss Bank Account
                                           Bank Account



 C: In the Branch’s own                D: Under the Treasurer’s
    Bank Account                           mattress
15   u   1,000,000
14   u   500,000
13   u   250,000
12   u   125,000
11   u    64,000
10   u    32,000
9    u    16,000
8    u    8,000
7    u    4,000
6    u    2,000
5    u    1,000
4    u     500
3    u     300
2    u     200
1    u     100
         Q: Who is the Chief Officer of a Club Branch



 A: Branch Co-ordinator               B: Branch Chairman



 C: Club President                    D: A Chair
         Q: Who is the Chief Officer of a Club Branch



 A: Branch Co-ordinator               B: Branch Chairman



 C: Club President                    D:A Chair
15   u   1,000,000
14   u   500,000
13   u   250,000
12   u   125,000
11   u    64,000
10   u    32,000
9    u    16,000
8    u    8,000
7    u    4,000
6    u    2,000
5    u    1,000
4    u     500
3    u     300
2    u     200
1    u     100
          Q: If the Branch Club has 5 members and the Parent
            Club has a further 20 members. How many votes would
            they have at Convention?



 A: 3 for the Club                         B: 2 for the Club



 C: 2 for Club and                        D: 3 for Club and
     1 for Branch                              1 for Branch
          Q: If the Branch Club has 5 members and the Parent
            Club has a further 20 members. How many votes would
            they have at Convention



 A: 3 for the Club                         B: 2 for the Club



 C: 2 for Club and                        D: 3 for Club and
     1 for Branch                              1 for Branch
15   u   1,000,000
14   u   500,000
13   u   250,000
12   u   125,000
11   u    64,000
10   u    32,000
9    u    16,000
8    u    8,000
7    u    4,000
6    u    2,000
5    u    1,000
4    u     500
3    u     300
2    u     200
1    u     100
            Q: If the Branch Club winds up what happens
               to its members


                                       B: They have the right to
 A: They leave Lions                      transfer to another Lions Club



 C: They remain members               D: They continue operating
    of the Parent Club                     as an independent Branch
            Q: If the Branch Club winds up what happens
               to its members


                                       B: They have the right to
 A: They leave Lions                      transfer to another Lions Club



 C: They remain members               D: They continue operating
    of the Parent Club                     as an independent Branch
15   u   1,000,000
14   u   500,000
13   u   250,000
12   u   125,000
11   u    64,000
10   u    32,000
9    u    16,000
8    u    8,000
7    u    4,000
6    u    2,000
5    u    1,000
4    u     500
3    u     300
2    u     200
1    u     100
            Q: The Members of which Clubs can assist a Lions
               Club with a Major Project in your Town



 A: Clubs in that Zone                    B: The Lions Club itself




 C: New Century Lions Club                D: Any other Lions Club
           Q: The Members of which Clubs can assist a Lions
              Club with a Major Project in your Town



 A: Clubs in that Zone                    B: The Lions Club itself




 C: New Century Lions Club                D: Any other Lions Club
15   u   1,000,000
14   u   500,000
13   u   250,000
12   u   125,000
11   u    64,000
10   u    32,000
9    u    16,000
8    u    8,000
7    u    4,000
6    u    2,000
5    u    1,000
4    u     500
3    u     300
2    u     200
1    u     100
            Q: The Members of which Clubs are allowed to collect
               at a supermarket in the home town of a Lions Club




 A: Clubs in that Zone                       B: The Lions Club itself




 C: New Century Lions Club                   D: Any other Lions Club
           Q: The Members of which Clubs are allowed to collect
              at a supermarket in the home town of a Lions Club




 A: Clubs in that Zone                       B: The Lions Club itself




 C: New Century Lions Club                   D: Any other Lions Club
15   u   1,000,000
14   u   500,000
13   u   250,000
12   u   125,000
11   u    64,000
10   u    32,000
9    u    16,000
8    u    8,000
7    u    4,000
6    u    2,000
5    u    1,000
4    u     500
3    u     300
2    u     200
1    u     100
            Q: Which of the following does not need to pay a fee to
               International when joining a Lions Club



 A: A Member of a Lioness Club                 B: A spouse




 C: Former Leo                                 D: The widow of a deceased
                                                    Lion
            Q: Which of the following does not need to pay a fee to
               International when joining a Lions Club



 A: A Member of a Lioness Club                  B: A spouse




 C: Former Leo                                 D: The widow of a deceased
                                                    Lion
15   u   1,000,000
14   u   500,000
13   u   250,000
12   u   125,000
11   u    64,000
10   u    32,000
9    u    16,000
8    u    8,000
7    u    4,000
6    u    2,000
5    u    1,000
4    u     500
3    u     300
2    u     200
1    u     100
15   u   1,000,000
14   u   500,000
13   u   250,000
12   u   125,000
11   u    64,000
10   u    32,000
9    u    16,000
8    u    8,000
7    u    4,000
6    u    2,000
5    u    1,000
4    u     500
3    u     300
2    u     200
1    u     100
15   u   1,000,000
14   u   500,000
13   u   250,000
12   u   125,000
11   u    64,000
10   u    32,000
9    u    16,000
8    u    8,000
7    u    4,000
6    u    2,000
5    u    1,000
4    u     500
3    u     300
2    u     200
1    u     100
15   u   1,000,000
14   u   500,000
13   u   250,000
12   u   125,000
11   u    64,000
10   u    32,000
9    u    16,000
8    u    8,000
7    u    4,000
6    u    2,000
5    u    1,000
4    u     500
3    u     300
2    u     200
1    u     100
Questions
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