Be sure to attend “One Great Adventure: The Role of the Zone Chairperson,” a fresh and engaging way to understand what it takes to excel in this vital Lions position.
While the target audience is new and prospective zone chairpersons, the presentation offers leadership principles that apply for all Lions leaders and a host of valuable information on LCI operations and resources.
Join Zone Chairperson Richard as he embarks on an adventure through his zone with a mission of fostering Dignity, Harmony and Humanity while earning the Zone Chairperson Award. Watch Richard call on allies, employ resources, and wear different “hats” to manage club obstacles, facilitate club successes, and finish his year in a meaningful way!
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#LCICon Honolulu is over, but we’ll never forget the great memories made there. Photos of the convention’s many events and activities, including the Parade of Nations, the Plenary Sessions, the Leo Club Luau, Peace Poster signing, exhibit booths and more, are available for viewing and purchase at www.LionsPhotos.smugmug.com.
The Centennial Service Challenge numbers are in: During the 2014-15 year, Lions served 40 million people through environment, youth, hunger and vision service activities. We’re almost halfway to our goal of serving 100 million by 2018! Great work, Lions!
Here is the breakdown of people served by each campaign:
Where there’s a need, there’s a Lion. Keep planning projects that make an impact, and don’t forget to report your activities using MyLCI. Share your Centennial projects by submitting a photo to LCI, or post your photo on Facebook and Twitter with the hashtag #LIONS100.
Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) awarded a US$164,645 Standard grant to the Center for Visual Rehabilitation, Robert Cizik Eye Clinic in June 2014. The project is aimed at increasing awareness by providing education and addressing barriers to accessing comprehensive low vision care. The Center has used the grant to create a “loaner library” of low vision aides, group educational programs, monthly support groups, and more.
Watch the video above to see how the Robert Cizik Eye Clinic is impacting people with low vision in Texas.
One of the best ways to promote your club and get the word out about Lions is to proudly display the Lions logo at your activities and events. This includes wearing your Lions apparel, hanging your club’s banner and handing out Lions-branded communications. But before you start designing your own Lions T-shirts and websites with an individualized logo for your club, know the correct and incorrect way to display the Lions brand.
Below are just a few Do’s and Don’ts to keep in mind when designing an individualized club logo. Refer to the LCI Graphic Identity Manual for complete guidelines, including specifications regarding color palette, typeface, images and more.
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The January 2013 Lions Quarterly (LQ) is now available on the Lions News Network (LNN) to view, download and share. The above segment features the Lions Champions of…