In our November issue, learn about the Environmental Photo Contest, Relieving the Hunger, International Leo Day and more.
Fight Hunger in Your Community
Hunger affects rural, urban and suburban areas of every nation and every community. Your club can help those who don’t have enough to eat by participating in the Relieving the Hunger Global Service Action Campaign during December and January, or at any time throughout the year. Projects include volunteering at a local food bank, delivering food baskets to people in need or sponsoring a food drive for a local pantry. Get started now! Find a food bank at the Global FoodBanking Network. Be sure to report your project on MyLCI to qualify for the Centennial Service Challenge, and help us reach our goal of serving 100 million people by 2017.
Achieve Club Excellence with CEP
The Club Excellence Process is a fun, interactive workshop that brings members together and helps strengthen service, improve club effectiveness and enhance your membership experience. In order to make it easier for your club to participate, we offer two versions of CEP. Your club can choose between CEP Pro, in which a trained Lion facilitator guides members through the workshop, and CEP Lite, with a member of your own club leading the workshop. Help your club achieve excellence and register today!
Get Involved in the 2015 Environmental Photo Contest
Show your pride and commitment to preserving the environment by taking part in the 2015 Environmental Photo Contest. Categories include Animal Life, Plant Life, Landscapes and Weather. Clubs are encouraged to hold a local Photo Contest and submit the Best of Show photo to their district office. Lions Districts must send their winning photo to their Multiple Districts by January 15, 2015. Winners in each category are chosen at the Lions Clubs International Convention. Learn more about the annual Environmental Photo Contest and how Lions club members can enter.
Celebrate International Leo Day in December
On December 5, we celebrate International Leo Day. This is an annual occasion to commemorate the organization of the first Leo club on December 5, 1957 and applaud Leos for their dedicated service in their communities. If your Lions club isn’t involved in the Leo Club Program, consider sponsoring an Alpha Leo club today! Leo clubs offer young people an opportunity to develop valuable leadership skills and gain experience as project organizers and motivators. Join Leos and fellow Lions around the world as they celebrate International Leo Day next month.
Relive the Excitement of Toronto
Now you can experience the 97th Lions International Convention in Toronto, Canada all over again! Watch memorable convention moments on the LCICon YouTube channel or the LCI website, with highlights from the Parade of Nations, plenary sessions, convention activities and more. Purchase your copy today and enjoy exclusive DVD features. Share with club members, family and friends and relive the excitement over and over again!
Watch LQ to learn how Lions trained a dog guide to assist a woman with epilepsy.
Deadline for Districts to send winning entry to MD Office is December 1.