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Type d'événement ou de projet: Project Leadership
Nom de l'événement ou du projet: Grow Our Flag!
District: 4-C1
Buts de l'événement / du projet:
Refresh community awareness of and appreciation for the Enterprise Lions Club's Giant American Flag. The Flag is a "Memorial to All Those who Serve" and has become an icon of the area. The flag site was dedicated on the first anniversary of 9-11 in 2002. People have gotten used to this 1500 sq ft flag on its 120 foot tall pole flying high above Interstate 5 in Redding, California. Lion Mike Ferrier suggested the club shake things up for Independence Day by growing the flag each day to a larger size for the week before the 4th and start it as a surprise. He acquired the flags required from personal connections, club inventory and an American Legion donation of a 15x25 foot flag to fill in the progression. On June 27th, the club replaced the 1500 sq ft flag with a 15 sq ft flag. Each day a larger flag would be put on the pole until it was back to full size on July 3rd. On the 4th an even larger 30x60 foot flag would be flown for the birthday of our country.
Description/Résultats:
The community reaction was immediate with people coming off the freeway and driving up to the flag site to see what happened to the flag. We pointed everyone to the club's Giant American Flag-Enterprise Lions Club Facebook Page. The page erupted with more than 20,000 views in the first few days. The event made the front page of the regional newspaper and there were on-location interviews with two television stations. The event happened at the same time as the attempts to get rid of the Confederate Flag on public buildings in the South. Also there was an increased awareness of rainbow flags due to a Supreme Court decision. The club's board had already voted for the project and it went forward despite the risk of it being seen as a protest.
The positive reaction was overwhelming. It brought a new appreciation for the flag, renewed awareness of the clubs impact in the community and was a very grand birthday party for America and her flag.

Type d'événement ou de projet: Other
Nom de l'événement ou du projet: 1st International Yoga Day
District: 321-A2
Buts de l'événement / du projet:
Lions Club Delhi Diamonds Celebrate of 1st international Yoga Day on 21st June 2015, at Rajouri Garden, New Delhi.Club President Lion Sanjeev Soni And His Team many more lions participate in yoga .about 80 people participate in this yoga class. after yoga give refreshment to all people.
Description/Résultats:
about 80 people motivated for health by Yoga.

Type d'événement ou de projet: Lions Training
Nom de l'événement ou du projet: Strengthen the Pride--A Second Day of Training
District: 2-E2
Buts de l'événement / du projet:
Officer Training and Zone Chair traning for the 2015-16 year. Leadership training for members.
Description/Résultats:
We had President, Secretary and Treasurer Training. Zone Chair Training and seminars which include Centennial Celebration Projects and Membership Initiatives, New Member Orientation, our District Online Leadership College, Structure of LCI, Member Motivation, Social Media and Websites. We had attendance of 93 Lions from 32 clubs (almost half of our district clubs.) The Day of Training was from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM and was well received by all in attendance. Many good comments on the evaluation sheets. We are developing our future leaders and trying to get more of our younger and newer Lions involved.

Type d'événement ou de projet: Lions Training
Nom de l'événement ou du projet: Member Orientation
District: 11-A2
Buts de l'événement / du projet:
The goal of this event was to encourage Lions that have been "around a while" and Lions that are "new" to join together to learn what Lions are and what we do. The training tool used was the International PP presentation, tailored to our District. It covered Club, District, MD and International items. It covered each of the charities we serve on all levels, and included what LCIF is and what they do.
Description/Résultats:
The turn out was very low but all of those that attended reported an information session and things learned. I think it met the mission, I just wish that many more would have attended. I will not let the low turn our impact my feelings of doing this session. I have plans of holding two of them next Lionistic year.

Type d'événement ou de projet: Other
Nom de l'événement ou du projet: Planter Boxes
District: 27 C2
Buts de l'événement / du projet:
The Prentice Lions Club recently served the Prentice area community by purchasing new barrel planters and planting them with a variety of flowers for the summer months on Railroad Avenue in Prentice.
Description/Résultats:
Based on the comments the local community enjoys the flowers.

Completion of the Lions club service project is a benefit to the community by enhancing the local business district along Railroad Avenue.
According to John Anderson of the Prentice Lions Club, “Money raised on Labor Day Weekend "Progress Days" allow Lions to meet pressing needs in our community including such things as scholarships and other special requests that are received. Lions members thank everyone who contributed to this important work. You are truly making a difference in our community.”


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