Information for Community and Culture Chairpersons
Information for Community and Culture Chairperson
The objective of the Lions Cultural and Community Program is to cultivate the human qualities and values that stimulate individual creativity, enliven the community and animate the human spirit.
The district governor appoints a Lion to serve as district cultural and community activities chairperson.
This chairperson should be familiar with:
Board policy as it pertains to the Cultural and Community Activities Program and Lions Crew at Work programs.
The responsibilities of serving as a district cultural and community chairperson.
Suggested culture projects.
Criteria for earning the Lions Club Cultural and Community Activity Banner Patch Award.
Before developing a project, chairpersons should:
Evaluate community needs.
Partner with local organizations.
Determine the best project for the community.
Outline a plan. Include procedures and costs involved in implementing the project. Submit the plan for approval.
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