Touchstone Story #52–Libraries & Schools

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

In 1982, the schoolhouse in Nzeeni, Kenya, consisted of mud walls, an open space for a doorway, no windows and a thatched roof. Nzeeni was a flood-prone village…

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Touchstone Story #36–Lions in Latin America and the Caribbean

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Lions came to Latin America in March 1927 with the chartering of a new club in Nuevo Laredo on Mexico’s northern border with the United States. Three months…

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Touchstone Story #97–All-State Bands

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Some things can’t easily be put into words. But the swelling call of a bugle, the pattering of a snare drum, the trill of a line of marching…

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Touchstone Story #82–Piles of Paperwork

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Compiling and accessing vital statistics about Lions wasn’t always as easy as a click of a few buttons. Paper documents by the millions—letters, telegrams, cablegrams, new member applications,…

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Touchstone Story #15–Space for Care

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

According to locals, Quito, a city in Ecuador, is la Mitad del Mundo, “the Middle of the World.” Located just a few miles from the equator, it is…

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