Is your club looking for a way to do online meetings? Check out this page from LCI with multiple platforms for teleconferencing. Try in a small group first to make sure the service is user friendly for your members.
For club elections, if you have not already held your club officer elections, you may use alternate means for voting. Votes by email and digital means or phone calls may be preferable than a mail-in ballot. Your elections committee should decide what is best for your club and finish your elections by the end of April.
Remember that part of being a Lion is the fellowship that we have with each other. Take a moment and touch base with your club members to help fight feelings of stress and isolation that many are experiencing. If you have Facebook friendly members, you can also create a private page for your club to have conversations via Facebook.
And, where possible, WE SERVE. How can we help our communities? Five Tips for Serving Safely in Your Communities
“At a time when it is easier and safer to stay at home and do nothing, many of you have continued to try to help those in real need in your communities. Through food banks and home delivery of necessary items to people who can’t get out, you have adjusted your normal activities to fit the need. I only ask that you all take the needed precautions to keep yourselves and those you serve safe.” – DG Kenny
Mansfield Strides Diabetes Walk
Come out and walk or run 5K for Diabetes projects. This event has been postponed to fall 2020. Malabar Intermediate School, 205 Cook Rd., Mansfield OH 44907.
CLICK HERE for the Facebook page with event information.
Leadership Training – May 2/June 20
Lion Ann Miller is looking for those Club Officer forms and LCI needs your PU101 on MyLion.
District Leadership Training will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church in Ashland on Saturday, May 2 from 9 to 3. Please mark your calendars for JUNE 20 also. This is our back-up date.
Clubs should plan to bring their President, Secretary, Treasurer and Membership Chairmen. Vice Presidents, Tail Twisters and Public Relations and Service Chairmen are also invited. We have important updates for each of the officers groups – so mark your calendars!
When you have finished your club elections, please fill out the Club Officer Data Form and send it to Lion Ann Miller at the addresses listed on the form.
Obesity is one of the major factors leading to diabetes. As Lions, let’s take action to help prevent diabetes among our friends and club! While we’re at it, we’ll help raise funds for great Lions programs and even have a little competitive fun! The Weight Loss Challenge is to encourage clubs to work together to live healthier and lose weight as a group.
- Weight loss challenge tracking/report form (xlsx form)
- Weight loss challenge tracking/report form (pdf form)
Reach out and involve a veteran in our service!
Lions Clubs has a Veteran initiative! Click here to find out more. This initiative is set to expire June 30, 2020.
Work with new members to keep them engaged!! Have them complete the Ten Rounds of the “O” Award Program and meet the eligibility requirements outlined at this booklet, then they can apply for the Multiple District 13 Orientation Award.
CLICK HERE for a printable pdf booklet form.
Welcome to MyLion – our online activities site! Click to page for more information and resources
Click to page for more information and resources
Learn digital skills:
- Learn computer skills and online basics at www.gcflearnfree.org/technology