When talking to the media and others in your community about your Lions club and Lions Clubs International, it is helpful to know what messages you want to get across. Please review the Key Messages below now and prior to interviews, activities where the media might be present and visits to other organizations and schools.
Please take time to review the following Key Questions and suggested answers. Practice answering these questions with your fellow Lions and always remember to accentuate the positive.Who are the Lions?
Lions are an international network of 1.35 million men and women dedicated to making a difference locally and globally.
Lions meet the needs of our communities and the world, ranging from assisting the visually impaired and working with local youth to medical missions and disaster relief.
Since 1917, Lions have met the needs in their communities and continued to improve the areas in which they live. As long as there are needs around the world, we will work to meet those needs.
If you are interested in becoming a Lion, contact your local Lions club and express interest in learning more. A club locator can be found on the Lions Clubs International Web site www.lionsclubs.org.
Yes. Women are the single fastest growing segment of Lions.
No. Lions membership is increasing. Programs such as Family Clubs, Leo Clubs, Campus Lions Clubs and New Century Lions Clubs, are helping us adapt to meet the growing needs of the world around us.
Lions meet the needs of those in their own communities as well as around the world and we have fun doing it. Working together locally and internationally, the worldwide network of Lions has vastly more resources and is able to accomplish much more than individuals and small groups working alone.
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