Lions Resource: Getting Started on Facebook

Social networking is a great way to connect with your members, publicize your events and recruit new Lions and Leos. If your club is thinking about taking the plunge online, we offer a variety of resources to get you started. In this video tutorial, you’ll learn how to set up a Facebook account. Once you’re there, like our Facebook page to receive updates and breaking news.


  • Gloria

    I have just visited the new club blog and found it to be a great aitddion to the club’s website and to contain more detailed information for club members. Well done please keep up the good work.

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    Like our page please!!! We are a new and excited lions club in South Georgia … “WE SERVE” Thank You Lions … I am proud to be a member of “YOUR PRIDE”!!!

  • Alice Cunningham
  • Lion Rajesh Kumar Bhatia

    We just launched Our District Official Website & Facebook Page, below is the links:

    District Chairperosn Information Technology
    District 321-A2
    Lions Club International

  • George Fosselius

    Also advertising our events here. With links to our website and PayPal

  • Dana Serve

    I started a page for our local lions club. It is still small in interest but I hope to gain more!

  • http://http./ Lion Robert Halliday

    My Lions Club is currently sending youth out in Youth Exchange and we sponsor a Leo group as well. Check out our web site. We do not tweet or blog. We Sell burgers and Fries at our food booth at Heritage Days; funds go local and LCIF local scholerships And we support our local food Bank andwomen shelter and local community organizations.

    • Bella

      Gee willkiers, that’s such a great post!

  • chawkat tlays

    I like so much our work and I hope be members for Lions.