Touchstone Story #5–Expressions of Peace

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Nothing speaks louder to the world’s need for harmony than a child’s vision of peace—except for the collective expressions of millions of children. Since 1988, Lions Clubs International…

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Touchstone Story: Community Cleanup

Friday, February 10, 2017

Grand Junction, Colorado, 1958. The once-vibrant downtown of a small American city. Sidewalks were cracked. Parking was impossible. The streets flooded after every rainfall. Though home to only…

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Touchstone Story: Education for Everyone

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Mendoza is a cultural center of northern Argentina, a city nestled near the Andes Mountains. Known for its wineries, it’s a popular South American tourist destination. Just 80…

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Touchstone Story: Sight For Kids

Friday, December 16, 2016

“I hope you will adopt me. I am the youngest here,” Helen Keller said in her famous “Knights of the Blind” speech to Lions at the 1925 International…

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More Eternal than the Fountain of Youth, Ponce Inlet Lions Club Erects Memorial Fountain to Commemorate Founder

Friday, December 16, 2016

The founder and guiding light of the Lions club in Ponce Inlet, Florida—the late Constance D. Hunter—was a remarkable, generous woman. To honor her larger-than-life legacy, club members…

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