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The Future of Peace

It’s the 30th anniversary of our Peace Poster Contest! To celebrate, we redesigned our Peace Poster kits.  Invite young artists in your communities to submit a poster design that expresses our theme, “The Future of Peace.” The contest is a great way to connect with your community and encourage youth to express their vision of peace.

Children aged 11–13 are eligible to participate. All you need to do to unlock a child’s creativity is purchase a Peace Poster kit from club supplies. Purchase your Peace Poster kit today!

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Young Chicago-Area Artist Honored for Her Vision of Peace
Posted on Friday January 20, 2017

Twelve-year-old Ashley Zhang has been creating art since she was eight years old, but the Bloomingdale, IL native says it wasn’t until she entered her drawing in the...

World War II Legacy Project Ensures that Veterans Are Never Forgotten
Posted on Friday January 20, 2017

When Lion Bill Haslett and his wife, Linda, stood on Omaha Beach on a recent trip to Normandy, France, they could almost hear the echoes of her father’s...

Touchstone Story: Hope for Haiti
Posted on Wednesday January 18, 2017

When a devastating earthquake struck Haiti in January of 2010, Lions mobilized fast. Through the newly formed Lions Hope for Haiti, members around the world contributed their organizing...

Lions Send Help to Gatlinburg
Posted on Tuesday January 17, 2017

Located in the Great Smoky Mountains, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, USA, attracts over 11 million visitors per year. Known for its quaint charm and its synchronous fireflies, it’s no wonder...

Celebrating 30 Years of Peace
Posted on Saturday January 14, 2017

In 1988, Lions Clubs International created the Peace Poster Contest as a way for young people to creatively express their visions of peace and allow them to share...

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