In our September issue, learn about New Membership Growth Month, the Centennial website, Sharing the Vision and more.
Lions Clubs International is turning 100 in 2017! The new Centennial website is your one-stop shop for all things #Lions100. You’ll find Stories of Impact, a timeline of Lions milestones, historical photos, info about the Centennial Service Challenge, a downloadable version of the official Centennial logo and tools for your own Centennial celebration. New content will continue to be added as we count down to 2017, so check back often for updates! (Currently available in English only. LCI official languages to be added later this year.)
Participate in October’s Global Service Action Campaign by Sharing the Vision. As you look for potential sight service projects, find inspiration from clubs throughout the world. Via MyLCI, clubs have reported projects like pre-school vision screenings, arranging talks on low vision, providing a visually impaired child with an iPad to help with schoolwork, organizing a fishing tournament for blind members of the community, and printing and placing large print menus in local restaurants. Sharing the Vision projects reported through MyLCI will count toward the Centennial Service Challenge. How will your club help us serve 100 million people by 2017?
By donating to Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF), your club can play a part in reaching our Centennial Service Challenge goal of serving 100 million people by December 2017and earn special Centennial recognition.
Any LCIF donation earmarked for sight, youth, measles or disaster relief can help your club earn a Centennial Banner Patch with a progressive gemstone design. Learn more about your Foundation and the Centennial Service Challenge today. There’s never been a better time to give than now!
October is a New Membership Growth Month. It’s a great time to grow your club and earn special recognition when you do. Here’s what you can earn:
The Lions International Peace Poster Contest is an opportunity for children around the world to express their feelings of peace through art. Lions clubs interested in sponsoring a contest in their community must purchase a Peace Poster Contest Kit by October 1. The kit includes the official contest guide and rules, participant flyers, certificates and more. The 2014-15 theme is “Peace, Love and Understanding.” For more than 25 years, millions of children from nearly 100 countries have participated in the contest. Visit the Peace Poster Contest page for more information, and order your kit through Club Supplies.
Watch LQ to learn how Lions are helping preschool children with Down syndrome.
Purchase 2014-15 Peace Poster Kits
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