Lions Meeting on Tuesday Sept 14

Our next Denver Lions meeting is exciting.  First, our Tuesday, September 14 will be an in-person meeting at Maggiano's on the 16th Street Mall.  We have only met in person once in over a year. Second - Our speaker is Paul Pazen - Denver Chief of Police.

For this meeting, we will be spread out more and there is a capacity limit for the meeting room.  We ask you to make a reservation for yourself and your guests.  Three ways to make a reservation:

·         Respond to online Evite

·         Send an email to Lion Fletcher

·         Call Lion Fletcher  303.619.8486

We want to be safe so attend this meeting you will need to show proof of Covid vaccination.  Show paper copy or digital on a phone. 

As has been the Club policy any guests that are potential new members there is no charge for the meeting.  For other guests, a charge of $20 for the meal will be added to the member's statement.

When you are seated wait staff will your take order from the menu items listed. 

Please wear a mask when entering the restaurant.  All the restaurant staff will be wearing masks.  

Please make your reservations for members and guests as soon as possible.

Speaker 9/14 Denver Chief of Police Paul Pazen
Chief Pazen was appointed Denver Chief of Police in July of 2018 and has served the Department and residents of Denver since 1995. And as a Denver native, his roots and understanding of the city, its history and its cultures run deep. Chief Pazen believes in sustainable community/police relations through transparency, accountability, and empowering residents.

Thus far during his tenure, Chief Pazen has overseen the creation and/or expansion of innovative programs with a public health focus, including the Domestic Violence Prevention Program; Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion; mental health clinician co-responders; Support Team Assisted Response (STAR), which sends a clinician and paramedic to calls for service instead of an officer; and Outreach Case Coordinators who follow up on co-responder and STAR contacts to provide residents with ongoing care and resources. Chief Pazen has overseen the update and implementation of a progressive use-of-force policy, updated the early intervention program aimed at providing additional training and resources to officers, and expanded the Department’s Resiliency and Wellness program.

Prior to his appointment as Chief of Police, Chief Pazen served as Commander of District One, where he led an ambitious effort to enhance police services through collaboration and innovation. During his 25-year Denver Police career, he received numerous department awards and commendations, including the Distinguished Service Cross, Leadership Award, Superior Tactics and Response Award, Police Merit, and Department Service Award.

Chief Pazen’s educational background includes graduating from Denver’s North High School and graduating magna cum laude from Colorado State University – Global with a Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Leadership. Chief Pazen is also a graduate of the Federal Bureau of Investigation National Academy (FBINA), the Senior Management Institute for Police through the Police Executive Research Forum at Boston University, and Center for Homeland Defense and Security -- Naval Post-Graduate School. Chief Pazen served in the United States Marine Corps and is a Gulf War veteran
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This camp experience is hosted by Wyoming Lions Foundation and the Montgomery Trust Foundation.
Would you please share the attached application with someone who might enjoy a fun-filled school experience?
Click here for the application
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The cost is $10.
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