In our May issue, learn about the Lions Care 2014 Project, special needs camps, the Membership Key Awards Ice Cream Social and more.
Meet NHL Star Rich Clune at the Key Award Social
The Membership Key Awards Ice Cream Social on July 6 at the International Convention welcomes Rich Clune, NHL hockey player with the Nashville Predators. Clune will share his personal and professional journey of success, addiction and the road back to playing professional ice hockey.
Clune’s off-the-ice team at Renascent (Canada’s leading alcohol and drug treatment center) and supportive family have helped him triumph against another set of long odds. Take this opportunity to meet him and learn from his inspirational story. A limited number of tickets are still available.
Contact Registration to order your tickets today.
Service Opportunities with Local Special Needs Camps
Recreational camps for people with special needs have a positive impact on the lives of both children and adults. Camp programs are fun and incorporate experiences customized to meet the special needs of their participants and help them gain new friendships, confidence and independence. Plus they’re a great opportunity for Lions to support their community!
Find a camp near you and explore service opportunities, like preparing the grounds, welcoming campers, assisting with camp activities or even donating your professional expertise. And remember to report your camp service via MyLCI!
Is Your Club Ready to Achieve Excellence?
The Club Excellence Process (CEP) provides you with tools to strengthen your service projects, improve your club’s effectiveness and enhance its membership experience. So far this year, over 5,000 clubs have registered for CEP in order to energize their skills in service, communication, leadership development, membership and satisfaction.
Sign up for the Pro or Lite version, depending on your club’s needs.
Be Part of the Lions Care Project in Toronto!
Headed to Toronto for this year’s International Convention on July 4-8? Show your “We Serve” spirit by participating in the Lions Care 2014 Project. This service project benefits the YWCA Toronto, which provides shelter for women and children.
Check out the designated area at the convention center, where you can donate new toiletries, public transportation tokens and gift cards for women and children in need. Join Lions in giving back to the convention host city and serving Toronto!
To stay updated on convention news, follow LCICon on Facebook.
Submit a Photo of Lions in Action
We want to see how your club is serving the community! Submit a photo through the LCI website, and you might see your club featured on the Lions Blog, the LION Magazine, the LCI Facebook page or our other social media channels. The best photos are candid, close and clear images of Lions actively engaged in a service project.
Check out the Lions Flickr stream to see photos of Lions serving around the world.
Watch LQ to see how Lions are helping New Orleans musicians stay healthy.