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Lions Clubs International. The largest service organization in the world!!!!!!!!. “We Serve”. 1.5 million members in over 200 countries around the world. Most recognized logo in the world. What is Lions Club?.
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Lions Clubs International The largest service organization in the world!!!!!!!! “We Serve”
1.5 million members in over 200 countries around the world.Most recognized logo in the world.
What is Lions Club? The Lions Club is a worldwide volunteer organization that provides for humanitarian needs. They are well known for their service to the blind or vision-impaired. Lions Club members are volunteers who enjoy helping people and making a difference in their community.
What sort of things do Lions do? Building Wheelchair Ramps for elderly. Providing dictionaries for third grade children Cleaning city streets – Adopt A Road Bell Ringing for Salvation Army at Christmas Participating in Relay for Life – cancer research fundraising Putting up Flags on Lacey Streets on holidays
More Lion activities………….. Lacey Fish In for Kids Raising money for eye glasses – White Cane Day Collecting for the Local Food Bank Serving coffee at the I-5 Rest Stop United Way Day of Caring – community projects Planting trees ………and more and more and more!
What is a Leo Club? LEO stands for: Leadership Experience Opportunity • Sponsored by a Lions Club • Clubs for youth • Governed by youth membership • Directed by youth membership
LEOs In total, more than 170,000 young people in 150 countries are proud to serve others in their local communities and to call themselves Leos. These young community leaders are friendly, active and dedicated to creating new and exciting youth volunteer opportunities by participating in their local Leo clubs
Rockin’ the Vest Yellow Vest Posse
Leo Club • Meet on 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month • Meet at 3 PM • Meetings will be informal, talk about what you want to do and include snacks. • Open to youth from 8th grade to seniors.
What are you waiting for? Get involved today to make a difference to someone in your community.