President Connie Emmons
1st Vice President Keith McCord
Secretary Ken Moffett
Treasurer Judy Moffett
Tailtwister Buddy Greene
Lion Tamer Richard Russell
Committees: Eyeglass Chair: Paul Boyer
Membership Committee Chair: Sean Woods
Membership Committee: Moe Greenwood
The installation of officers was conducted by District Governor-Elect Brandon Johnson (Campbell County Lions Club).
A Legacy of Leadership:
[Deceased marked with * ]
Club members include three Lions Clubs Past District Governors: Fred Sherrod* (1978-79),Carl White* (1992-93), and Ken Moffett (1993-94). Each year members of the Club volunteer to serve on the Lions 12-N District Governor's Cabinet, as boards of directors members for some of the agencies served by the Club, including five members who served or are serving Lions Volunteer Blind Industries: H.R. "Buddy" Greene Jr., Melvin Clabo*, Keith McCord, Ken Moffett, and Carl White*; and four who served East Tennessee Lions Eye Bank: Fred Sherrod*, Ken Moffett and Ray Valentine, and Carl White*.
In addition, many Club members have been recognized for their humanitarian service as Melvin Jones Fellows, the highest honor presented by the Lions Clubs International Foundation. These include Joyce Carver, Melvin Clabo*, Connie Emmons, William "Bill" Fox, H.R. "Buddy" Greene Jr., Carolyn Greene*, Jim Grubb, Ruth Jones, Ray Valentine, Carl White*, Grace White*, Ken Moffett, Peggy Russell, Richard Russell, Fred Sherrod*, Fred McQueen*, and Moe Greenwood.
The Tri-County Lions Club was recognized in 2014 for "Member Satisfaction" by Lions Clubs International. The club was also recepient of the "Green Star" award by District 12-N Lions. In 2015 and 2016, the club received recognition as a 4 diamond Centennial Challenge club.