President’s Service Blog: My Club, My Family

myfamilymyclubAs Lions, we know the power of people working together toward a common goal. I believe that long-term success for our clubs depends on keeping our members involved, instilling pride and treating them like family.

When I joined the Mt. Cameron Lions Club in Hong Kong, the club embraced me and made me feel like part of their family. I was immediately given projects and responsibilities. Because of the welcoming attitude of my club, I learned what being a Lion is all about and I became a Lion for life.

My challenge to clubs this year is to make new member orientation a priority, not a chore. Create an atmosphere of member care and mutual respect. Treat all Lions members like family. Our philosophy should be “My club, My family.” Together, the Lions family can expand the “we” in “We Serve.”

  • Lucia Maria Faria de Aguiar

    É uma iniciativa excelente.
    Se eu clube é minha família , aqui neste blog temos um encontro de famílias.
    Maravilhoso!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1604937865 Dhan Lamichhane

    My Club, My Family
    Wonderful concept. This only can change the organization. Focus should be shifted from leadership to service.

  • LION ANANTHULA SHIVA PRASAD,MJF

    Wonderful concept. This only can change the organization. Focus should be shifted from leadership to service.
    Back to basics is the order of the day.