I recall as a child stepping into the revolving door at a large department store. Behind me was several people, who were in a hurry to get their shopping done and leave. They pushed the door rather briskly, without a regard for who got pushed along. Three revolutions later,
The art of asking someone to join the LIONS Club has been perfected by few LIONS. Although International President Joe Preston has promoted the slogan, “Just Ask One”, there has been no explanation as to how to ask.
Therefore, after carefully observing Lions shifting from foot to foot, rattling the change in their pocket, looking up to the sky
We live in a consumer society that is always comparing prices and quality. As a businessman, I am continually reviewing the benefit versus cost of each expenditure. Often, I find that the cost of continuing education and training for my staff is expensive, yet
November 4, 2014 will go down in history as one of the days that the people of Alabama went to the polls and let their voices be heard. What can we as LIONS learn from this election cycle?
1. In most communities
Alabama Lions serve their communities daily. Without exception, every club which I visit has an ongoing service projects. The Centennial Service Challenge can easily be met in all for areas by most clubs – Vision, Environment, Youth and World Hunger.
As we approach the holiday season, clubs are rolling up their sleeves and providing greater service than ever imagined. The Red Bay Lions Club will be
U.S. veterans have made so many great contributions and sacrificed so much to serve our country. With many service members being honorably discharged from the military, this is a good time to provide them with an opportunity to get involved in their communities. The Involve a U.S. Veteran Program provides qualifying veterans the opportunity to continue serving in a different way as Lions.
Benefits of Involving Veterans
Many veterans want to find a way to give back, and they have a lot to offer your Lions club, including:
The ability to turn plans into action and get the job done
- Practical skills and leadership skills
- Innovative ideas
- Dedication, loyalty and commitment
- Understanding the importance of teamwork
Involve a U.S. Veteran Program Qualifications
Ask now! The program is available to the first 5,000 certified U.S. veterans and runs from July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2015.
Qualifying veterans receive an entrance or charter fee waiver when joining a Lions club. Eligible veterans include retired U.S. military personnel (i.e. Air Force, Army, Coast Guard Services, Marines, National Guard, Navy or Reserves) or those honorably-discharged from these services. Eligible persons may still be enlisted in the National Guard or Reserves. Veterans can be certified by completion of the Involve a U.S. Veteran Program Certification Form.
- Involve a U.S. Veteran Program Fact Sheet
- Involve a U.S. Veteran Flyer for Clubs
- Involve a U.S. Veteran Brochure for Veterans
- Involve a U.S. Veteran Program Certification Form
- Involve a U.S. Veteran Program Club Press Release Template
For additional information, contact the Membership and New Club Programs Department.
Source: Lions Clubs International
During the Ebola outbreak, almost every news account refers to Doctors Without Borders. This group of medical professionals have dedicated themselves to going where ever a need exist. This weekend, I have been given the opportunity to
If you believe that your club could benefit from engaging the services of an Intern Team, your club must embrace the concept for it to be successful.
The suggested process to implement the Intern Program is as follows: