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Lions Quarterly

LQ – October 2012
13:20 minutes
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Learn more about what Lions around the world are doing to improve their communities. In Naperville, Illinois, an annual Turkey Trot race raises funds for a number of community initiatives, while a school for deaf and blind children provides individual assistance for students in Argentina. In New Zealand, Lions build more than 1,200 toys per year for children. And in California, Lions help the homeless in San Francisco by providing a hot meal and clean clothes. Also, celebrate 10 years of Sight for Kids and see how Lions are increasing literacy in their local communities as a part of the global Reading Action Program. Share LQ with your club members, project partners and community members.

Watch Individual Segments:
Global Impact
Running Time 2:46
Warm Hearts, Warm Feet
Running Time 2:34
Blind, Deaf School
Running Time 2:06
Turkey Trot
Running Time 3:03
Toy Workshop
Running Time 1:48
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EXCELENTE PROGRAMA DE AYUDA DE HACER Y REGALAR JUGUETE A LOS NIÃOS. COMO LEONA ORGULLOSA DE USTEDES. Y ME GUSTARIA QUE HUBIERA UN PROGRAMA ASI EN MI CLUB. FELICIDADES.
– addy aguilar polanco – CAMPECHE, CAMPECHE
Sandra Kelly of Miami, In response to your comment,above, I absolutely agree! Education is the key to success. The Leo Clubs play a role in focusing on the importance of education. I am proud to say that our club, the Cabrillo Host Lions of Aptos, California in the USA, recently launched two Leo Club programs in local high schools. It is rewarding for me as a new Leo Club Advisor to see the students crafting their own projects and initiating fundraisers with great enthusiasm. The students look forward to helping families in need by providing gifts during the holiday season. They are also looking forward to the opportunity to provide food to local families through a Teen Kitchen Program. We are so proud of them and support them in their efforts to serve their community.
– Krista Brassfield – Aptos, CA
I participate to the youth's meeting of the Leo Club of Oujda(Morocco) at worwick University England in 1970. I get the good souvenirs, I were 19 years old. 20 contries were represented.
– Mostafa HAMDI – casablanca, Morocco
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