Top Lions Clubs International Blog Posts of the Quarter

As our final quarter of 2011 draws to a close, it’s time to look back at the top posts of the past three months. In the fourth quarter, the blog post with the most visits was about how Lions are helping people in Turkey after a devastating earthquake.

(Photo: REUTERS/Abdurrahman Antakyali/Anadolu Agency)

(Photo: REUTERS/Abdurrahman Antakyali/Anadolu Agency)

Many readers enjoyed looking at our weekly photos from Lions around the world. Lions and Leos enjoyed learning more about service projects around the world through the President’s Service Blog as well.

  1. Lions, LCIF Providing Disaster Relief for Earthquake Victims in Turkey
  2. Story of the Week: Lions Video Takes Flight
  3. Photo of the Week: Lions in Texas Fill Tables for Thanksgiving
  4. Story of the Week: A Year after Disaster, Lions in California Are Still There
  5. President’s Service Blog: Testing the I-CANE for the Visually Impaired, the Netherlands
  6. President’s Service Blog: Chartering a Campus Lions Club, Georgia, USA
  7. Photo of the Week: Lions in Florida Help Provide Service Dogs for Military Veterans
  8. Photo of the Week: Lions in the Philippines Provide Disaster Relief for Typhoon Victims
  9. Lions Clubs Photo of the Week: District Governors Kick Off Tree Planting Campaign

What post did you like the most? Let us know in the comments section.

  • Zeynep Kocasinan

    We would like to thank LCIF and our Lions family once again for their support after the earthquake in Turkey that took place last October.
    It is wonderful to feel the support and care; it gives strength to feel connected during such times of crisis.
    With best wishes for the new year.
    Ln. Zeynep Kocasinan
    Fethiye Lions Club
    MD118-R, Turkey

  • http://torontosuomilionsclub.org Toronto Suomi Lions

    Although we’ve done so much to the world, there’re quite a number of people that have not even heard of Lions clubs yet, or paid much attention to us so far.

    We’d like to help promote Lions club internationally, by suggesting every Lions club set up it’s own web site, Facebook page, Twitter account, YouTube channel, and so on.

    The more people come to our online exposure, the more people will know about us. Thus, more people will be willing to join and become one of the lions him or herself.

    We started from ourselves, the Toronto Suomi Lions Clubs. Let’s work together to make the Lions clubs bigger and better, one club at a time.

    • lionsclubsorg

      Very well said. We encourage every Lion to get online and connect with each other as well as potential new members. Lions and Leos who need help setting up their Twitter and Facebook accounts can search “Social Networking 101″ on our Web site to see the resources we have available.

  • Darius Tiongson Mariano

    Congrats to Malolos Lions Club! ROAR! ROAR! ROAR!

  • http://torontosuomilionsclub.org Charlie Wang

    We give, we help, we care, we are Lions. So proud of us, for being who we are, and what we have done to this world.