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In our June issue, you’ll learn how to coordinate an awareness campaign, get a behind the scenes look at Lions flood relief efforts in Tennessee, find out how to get daily updates from Sydney during International Convention and more. Read on for the latest Lions Clubs International news and information.

How to Coordinate an Awareness Campaign

Breast Cancer WalkBreast cancer is one of the most common cancers in the world – but in the Cayman Islands, information about this treatable disease was hard to come by. The Lions Club of Tropical Gardens decided it would take a stand. Lions brought breast cancer awareness, information and resources to their community. Learn how Lions made this project happen. And get “Tips and Tools” you can use to do a project like this in your community.

Lions Help Flood Victims in Tennessee

Our disaster preparedness and relief programs enable Lions to help local communities when disaster strikes – like the recent flooding in Tennessee. LCIF is providing relief for flood victims in Tennessee and local Lions are also reaching out to help their neighbors. Read our blog to get a behind the scenes look at Lions flood relief efforts in Tennessee. And see how helping others after a disaster can truly make a difference.

Visit Our Online Convention Web Site for the Latest News from International Convention in Sydney

Sydney, AustraliaThis month, more than 15,000 of our members will be in Sydney, Australia to attend our 93rd International Convention. Even if you can’t make it “down under” for this year’s event, you can get the latest updates from Sydney on our Online Convention site.

The Lions Clubs International Public Relations team will be on the scene at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre. And they’ll be posting daily updates, including a scrapbook of highlights, contest results and more to our Online Convention site.

New District Resource Center Now Available Online

The District Resource Center (DRC) is the best place to find the most up-to-date information available to help you manage your district. And now, a new and improved DRC is available. The new DRC includes manuals, forms and tools for the district governor team and district/multiple district committee chairpersons. It also provides information about training, awards, grants and the Certified Guiding Lion Program.

How to Use Lions Quarterly Video Magazine

LQ – Lions Quarterly video magazine shares inspirational stories of how Lions are making a difference in communities around the world. Here are some ways to share these inspiring stories with your club members – and others in your community.

Have an interesting story to share? Submit story ideas and photos for consideration for future LQ videos to


Watch LQ video magazine to see how Lions are changing women's lives in Morocco.


Lions Clubs International Blog
Read our blog for Lions Clubs International news updates throughout the month.

New Leadership Podcasts
Listen to new podcasts from International President Eberhard J. Wirfs and LCIF Chairperson Al Brandel.


LION Magazine Photo Contest
Enter by June 10 for a chance to win a Sony digital camera.

Peace Poster Contest
Learn how to sponsor a 2010-2011 Peace Poster Contest in your city.


Calendar of Events
Review upcoming Lions events your club can promote locally.

International Convention
Get all the details about our 2010 Convention in Sydney.


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