Category Archive: Organization News

Oct 30 2017

Welcoming a new Lions Club

Hi Lion Leaders of District 35-L, It is now time to stand up and WELCOME the newest club in our district as part of our Lions family. Please make a special effort to attend Charter Night Celebration on Tuesday November 7th. This request is being sent to you because you are key leaders in our …

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Oct 25 2016

Join Us For A Leader Dog Open House

Join us for a Leader Dog Open House Presented by Crittenton Hospital Come celebrate our new Canine Development Center Date: Saturday, October 8, 2016 Time: 12 – 4 p.m. Where: Leader Dogs for the Blind, 1039 South Rochester Road., Rochester Hills, MI 48307 Parking: In the shopping center lot at the southwest corner of Avon …

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Oct 25 2016

We Did It – Together!

Thank you to everyone who made a donation, multi-year pledge or grant to help us reach our $14.5 million goal! Though fundraising is over, we are still working on the renovation of our kennel into a Canine Development Center that will strengthen the training process of our dogs allowing them to develop the skills and …

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Oct 17 2016

Eye Ball Gala

Lights, Camera, Action! Ron Christaldi and the Eye Ball Host Committee invite you to join us for a red carpet affair with all of the glitz and glamour that is reminiscent of the golden age of Tinseltown. The 10th annual Eye Ball Gala-Vintage Hollywood is to be held on Saturday, October 22, 2016 at the …

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Oct 12 2016

Lions Clubs International Foundation

Grant Application Deadlines are Approaching LCIF provides grant funding to assist Lions districts in developing and implementing large-scale humanitarian projects. These humanitarian grants help Lions expand their outreach and increase their impact within local and global communities to serve even more people in need around the world. Applications for Standard, Core 4 and International Assistance …

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Sep 30 2016

Thank You

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Sep 29 2016

Support Southeastern Guide Dogs

It costs our visually impaired students nothing to take home a guide dog. Because of people like you. We’ve matched over 2,800 of the nation’s finest guide dogs with students whose lives are changed forever after they leave our school. 100% of our expenses are paid for by private donations from caring people like you. …

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Sep 28 2016

State Of Vision License Plate

Created July 1, 2006, the “A State of Vision” specialty license plate fees of $25 go to the FAASB agency serving your county, to benefit people who are visually impaired or blind in your community. Below is an image of the tag. You can buy a specialty tag gift certificate, as well. Please click the …

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Sep 27 2016

Conklin Center – Life Membership

A donation to the Life Membership program is an investment in the Center’s mission today or in the future. Select the Operating Fund to help us directly serve our current students or the Endowment Fund to help build a source of stable income for the future. A named Life Membership is a wonderful way to …

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Sep 23 2016

Florida Lions Eye Bank

In the fight against visual impairment and blindness, the Florida Lions Eye Bank recovers, processes and distributes ocular tissue for sight-saving surgery. It provides eye tissue and funding for ophthalmic research and training and operates a pathology lab to assist with patient diagnosis and treatment. It also provides professional and community education to promote eye …

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