Microsoft recently released a new commercial for its Microsoft Cloud technology, starring Lions partner Special Olympics and Special Olympics athletes proudly wearing the Lions logo.
Through the Special Olympics-Lions Clubs International Opening Eyes program, Lions have helped provide free vision screenings for 350,000 athletes and prescription eye wear to 110,000 athletes. This incredible partnership began in 2001 and continues to expand so that more Lions can help more people with intellectual disabilities realize and achieve their athletic dreams.
Lions Quest is a K-12 comprehensive youth development program that promotes social and emotional learning (SEL), character education, bullying prevention, drug awareness, and service-learning.
Lions Quest features three developmentally appropriate program levels—Skills for Growing (grades K-5), Skills for Adolescence (grades 6-8), and Skills for Action (grades 9-12) – that promote a caring, safe, well-managed, and participatory learning environment and allows students to develop 21st century life skills.
Watch this video to learn about Lions Quest’s new growth and proven success!
The pictures below were taken at the kiosks during LCICon Honolulu. Some duplicates were removed.
These pictures are also available to share on the LCICon Facebook Page.
Our Lions leaders include the International President, the Immediate Past International President, Past International Presidents, District Governors, Past District Governors … the list goes on!
Below are acronyms for Lions’ titles that are commonly used in communications from clubs, districts, multiple districts and headquarters.
IP – International President
IPIP – Immediate Past International President
VP – Vice President (sometimes listed as FVP or SVP for First and Second at an International level)
PIP – Past International President
ID – International Director
PID – Past International Director
CC – Council Chairperson
PCC – Past Council Chairperson
DG – District Governor
VDG – Vice District Governor
PDG – Past District Governor
IPDG – Immediate Past District Governor
RC – Region Chairperson
ZC – Zone Chairperson
There remains much work in the fight against measles, but Lions have the power to help eliminate the disease. By contributing to LCIF, Lions are helping children in all countries where measles remains a heavy public health burden. Lions’ donations are combined with all donations to the Measles Initiative in order to have a greater impact around the world.
View this video to see how Lions are taking a stand against measles.
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