Mark Your Calendar – 2015 Opportunities To Serve

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Lions Clubs throughout Alabama provide outstanding service to each committee.  However, there are many needs which are unmet.  Therefore, as we are making personal New Year’s resolutions. Let’s resolve to do a few things different in our Lions Club.

January – I am resolved to sponsor one new member each month.

February – I am resolved to encourage my club to host a membership growth event.

March – I am resolved to attend the Regional Lions Leadership Institute in Eufaula, Al.  LLIS_Schedule_Alabama  Lions_Leadership_Institute_of_the_South.Registration_Form

April – I am resolved to begin a mentoring program in my club.

May – I am resolved to attend the Alabama Lions Annual Convention, May 14-17 in Decatur, Alabama.  Alabama Lions Can check their email on January 6, 2015 for more details.

June –  I am resolved to attend the International Convention in Honolulu, Hawaii. 

July –  I am resolved to lead my club in meeting the Centennial Service Challenge.

August – I am resolved to attend my District’s first cabinet meeting.

September – I am resolved to attend the USA/Canada Lions Leadership Forum in Grand Rapids, MI

October – I am resolved to encourage my club to the meet the Centennial Membership Challenge.

November – I am resolved to participate in one hands-on project in my community to serve others.

December – I am resolved to volunteer to serve the LIONS of my district in 2016.

If we will do a little every day, 15, 30 or 60 minutes per day, we will begin to see major results every day.

Will you be resolved to be a Lion who makes daily contributions of time to build our association?

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