Category Archive: Committee News

Oct 23 2017


DISTRICT 35-L LIONS DISTRICT AND PDG MEETINGS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2017 FORT WALTON YACHT CLUB 180 Ferry Road NE Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548     8:30 AM (CST) Donuts and Coffee 9:00 AM Past District Governor (PDG) Meeting 9:30 AM District Cabinet Meeting 11:00 AM Speaker: Lion Arthur Shemet, GLT Chairperson 12:00 Noon Buffet …

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Oct 04 2016

It Is Hurricane Season, Are You Ready?

Your Disaster Plan—Prevent panic & confusion by making sure everyone knows where to go and what to do in an emergency. Your Disaster Supplies—Have 3 days of food and water for each person. Help will not arrive before then. Brace yourself for the approaching storm—Be ready. Decide whether to Evacuate or Stay Help your neighbor …

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Sep 13 2016

Ask One

Just imagine if each and every Lions member – all 1.4 million – asked just one person to join their club. It’s that simple – and Lions already have great tools to help them invite new members, such as the “Just Ask” brochure, or you may want to develop your own strategy, tailored to use …

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Sep 07 2016

Club Quality Initiative and Certified Guiding Lion Trainings

You are cordially invited to attend Club Quality Initiative (CEP) Facilitator and Certified Guiding Lion Trainings Saturday, September 24, 2016 9 AM – 2 PM Interlachen Lions Club 200 Prospect Avenue Interlachen, FL 32148

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Sep 07 2016

District Website – Features and Improvements

The Lions District 35-L Directory is now ready for use on our District website at THE PASSWORD HAS ALSO CHANGED FOR THIS LIONS’ YEAR. Below is the direct link address to the directory. Address To Directory: All Lions in the District with an email address on file with LCI should have received an …

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Sep 06 2016

Environmental Message

It’s that time of year when we get unlimited robo calls and more junk mail from candidates in whom we have not the slightest interest but they insist on writing to us. It’s hard not to wax political, especially when it comes to our environment. After all, it’s just the air and water. What could …

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Aug 04 2016

Growing Leaders

How would your Lions Club like to sponsor 20 new members – young, energetic, enthusiastic members! Every Lions Club has the challenge to honor the experienced members while welcoming the new ideas that younger members bring. Has your Lions Club thought about sponsoring an Omega Leos Club? These young adults (age 18-30) can be a …

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Jul 06 2016


The most effective Lions clubs regularly identify ways to expand their service impact, develop leaders and meet club members’ needs and expectations. Like any worthwhile project, it is important to develop and implement a plan, or “blueprint,” to guide your actions. LCI offers tools to help you develop your club’s blueprint, with emphasis on strengthening …

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Jul 05 2016

New Mountains To Climb!

As we approach our Centennial & the newest mountain, we reflect on how our Lions Club will be remembered. As a social club or service club? We will be celebrating one hundred years of service, but how can we communicate this to our communities? We can serve and lead them by stepping outside our club …

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Jun 15 2016

Lions Quest at the United Nations

The United Nations General Assembly convened late last month to discuss comprehensive strategies to tackle the world’s drug use problems. This was the largest UN event concerning drug use in nearly a decade. LCIF was there to represent Lions’ commitment to drug prevention and to advocate for the healthy development of all children through programs …

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