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Type d'événement ou de projet: Other
Nom de l'événement ou du projet: Corporate Quiz Nights
District: 410A
Buts de l'événement / du projet:
We felt holding fundraising events and inviting other Lions clubs, whilst fantastic, wasn't getting our name out to local businesses and companies so they knew what work we do. We wanted to create more awareness about Tokai Lions and the work we do to local businesses, and to find a way for them to regularly donate money to us in a fun way on an ongoing basis.
Description/Résultats:
President Charles Flanagan introduced last year after his inauguration a corporate quiz night - we invited local companies to come and take part, prizes were donated by local businesses/companies. They pay for a table and buy raffle tickets. We have a captive audience on the evening to present whatever particular project we wish to at that time. We have just held the third event, as we keep getting requests to hold another and another. This is now ongoing. Not only has this resulted in huge awareness by companies and people in our area to what Tokai Lions do, but many who have attended have go on to donate funds, items for raffle, items to be distributed to the poorer families in our community. It is an incredible success story. And everyone gets to have a lot of fun. We have raised much needed funds, and the word about the work of Tokai Lions is spreading daily.

Type d'événement ou de projet: Other
Nom de l'événement ou du projet: Joint Meeting/Talent Show
District: 23C
Buts de l'événement / du projet:
To bring Lions from other clubs together to share ideas and have fun.
Description/Résultats:
The Ledyard Lions of District 23C, Connecticut hosted their third and best-attended joint Lions meeting on Thursday, March 19, 2015. Eighty Lions representing nine Lions clubs cheered on the nine acts of Ledyard Lions’ first annual (we hope) talent show.

On the menu was chili, cornbread, and too many desserts! In order to divide the work, several Lions were given the same recipe for chili and then it was combined, ending with 12 batches. Our former US Navy cook fixed a batch of delicious cornbread – enough to feed 150 people.
We had singers, an amateur stand-up comic, a poem reading, a kazoo “orchestra,” and several skits. Four Lions, three of them blind, performed a skit entitled, “Real Life for the Blind.” These Lions were reenacting real situations that they had encountered with insensitive people. Their skit was followed up by an informative question and answer session.
The first place winner, Maria and Lance Gladue, received a $100 donation to the charity of their choice.

Type d'événement ou de projet: Other
Nom de l'événement ou du projet: BLOOD COLLECTION/DOANTION
District: 323 H 2
Buts de l'événement / du projet:
Set the target of collection of 1111 Bottles of Blood initially in July 2014. Revised the same to collection of 1711 Bottles of Blood in March 2015.
Description/Résultats:
On 15th March 2015 successfully achieved the revised target set at collection of 1711 Bottles of Blood. Till date collection is of 1728 Bottles of Blood.

Type d'événement ou de projet: Lions Training
Nom de l'événement ou du projet: RLLI training in Iceland
District: MD109
Buts de l'événement / du projet:
To train Lions to become better leaders in their club, community, zone and district.
Description/Résultats:
This was a two weekend event attended by 30 Lions from all over Iceland. Of them 11 or 36% were women. The Institute was very successful and all participants agreed that the training had been a success and that many of them would now be prepared to take accept leadership roles in their clubs, zone or district.

Type d'événement ou de projet: Lions Training
Nom de l'événement ou du projet: Strengthen The Pride--A Day of Training
District: 2-E2
Buts de l'événement / du projet:
Vision Screening Training and Leadership Training for members of our District.
Description/Résultats:
Training was scheduled, developed, and Presenters were assigned. The District was informed by email to the clubs, our newsletter and our website. The original date of Feb 21 was going to be attended by over 100 people, then we were hit with an ice storm. The Training was rescheduled to March 14th. We had 76 in attendance with representation of 27 clubs. Twenty Lions were certified by the Vision Screening Training. Other seminars offered were New Member Orientation, Diversity, Membership, Social Media and Websites, the Centennial Celebration information, Structure of LCI, and several more. Training lasted from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM and was enjoyed by all attendees. Many positive comments were given in the evaluations. The best thing about this training was that most of the attendees were members that are not usually involved in the District. It wasn't just the "same ole PDGs" attending. It was a great success and Lions learned a lot!

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