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As the third quarter of the year comes to a close, we’re taking a look back at our top posts of the past three months. Our post about International President Tam’s election was the most popular of the quarter. Many readers also enjoyed reading about our convention in Seattle and our first ever Essay Contest […] […]
Lions around the world are actively involved with initiatives to improve the lives of kids. We have immunized more than 41 million children in Africa against measles. Now, we’re expanding our efforts to increase awareness about the importance of vaccinations for children through a partnership with the United Nations Foundation Shot@Life campaign. One child d […]
Many of our members show their pride in being a Lion by displaying our logo on roadside signs – and in some very unique locations – around the world. We found this week’s photo in the Flickr Photostream of Rory Devane, the son of a lifelong Lions club member. This photo shows a Lions club […] […]
We are the largest service organization in the world, but in a new music video, we prove that we’re also the most fun. After 94 years, Lions Clubs International is probably known more for our yellow vest than our rhyming, but we’re taking a new approach to give Lions a tool to recruit younger members. […] […]
Our members are willing to do whatever it takes to make our communities better places to live. We recently sent a film crew to England to see how Lions there are providing household items – and hope – to people in need. In Fleet, England, the Lions Community Store recycles household goods and appliances, and […] […]