Savvas Argyrou becomes first Greek Australian District Governor of Lions International


Savvas Argyrou has become the first Greek Australian District Governor of Lions International 201Q1 during a swearing-in ceremony on July 7 in the United States.

Lions International works around the world helping those in need and its ethos is “We Serve.”

Savvas Argyrou (left).

201Q1 – the District for which Mr Argyrou was sworn in as a Governor – is a Lions International District that runs from the Brisbane River South all the way down to Lismore and as far out as St George in Queensland.

Mr Argyrou has held positions in District 201Q1 as first and second Vice District Governor, Zone Chairman, GMT North Region Chairperson, District Convention 2019 Program Chairperson, Cakes and Mints Chairperson, and MD201 Convention 23 Committee.

In Boston.

Mr Argyrou’s theme for the year as District Governor is “Work forward together to help serve those in need in our communities. To unite our clubs in our district to be one.”

He as been immersed in the Greek community from a young boy together with his wife’s family helping immigrants establish themselves in Australia.

His wife Sophia is also a Lion. She is very passionate to see the progression of the Club but also the Lion Foundations which are supporting the youth and medical research. Their daughter Vasiliki helps whenever she is available, loving the spirit of volunteering.




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