Attention Lions of 11-C2

The Lions of Michigan Leadership Institute staff saw a need for Lions - how do we continue in this now virtual world!?  Many Lions are embracing this new normal and many have questions and concerns.  Our goal is to help provide information to all Lions to improve their virtual knowledge and to help their club thrive and grow during this unprecedented time!  We are very excited to help the Lions in Michigan explore and learn more about Virtual Opportunities for Meetings, Service, Fundraising, Leadership and Membership.

This virtual event is FREE and will be held on Saturday, November 7, 2020, from 9am-12:30pm. Vice President Brian Sheehan will kick off this event with a short welcome, followed by 10-15 minute presentations on each subject with a short Question and Answer period.

Lions can register via the link in the poster www.lionsofmi.com or the QR code using their smart phone.

To help ensure every Lion in the State of Michigan has the opportunity to attend, please share and invite all your Lions friends to the event as well as emailing to those who don't have Facebook.

To see the flier on this event click on this link:

Lions Opportunities in a Virtual World    

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What are Lions Clubs?

We are part of Lions Clubs International, the largest service organization in the world. Lions are an international network of 1.4 million men and women working together to help people in need. One of our most well-known causes is helping the blind and visually impaired--a mission that started back in 1925 when Helen Keller asked Lions Clubs to become "Knights of the Blind".

Lions also participate in a wide variety of projects important to their communities. These range from cleaning up local parks and feeding the hungry to building ramps and providing supplies to victims of natural disasters. Most people in Michigan are also familiar with Lions' work with Leader Dogs for the Blind, KidSight programs to test children's vision, and eyeglass recycling. Lions also help fund and support the Bear Lake Camp for children with disabilities and Eversight ichigan, a local non-profit group that helps restore vision. Our scope and reach is limitless as we strive to live up to the Lions motto: "WE SERVE".

For more about Lions Clubs International, go to www.lionsclubs.org 

Who are the Lions of District 11-C2?

District 11-C2 is made up of 34 Lions Clubs in six different counties in mid-Michigan, including the Greater Lansing area. We pride ourselves in actively working on projects listed below, such as Leader Dogs for the Blind, KidSight, Bear Lake Camp, and Eversight Michigan. Lions also work on a local level, too, helping families in our own communities to feed people in need during the holidays, provide eye exams for the underserved, support local youth groups, and otherwise bolster community spirit and support. We are all volunteers who donate our time, money, and energy to make our communities, state, and world a better place in which to live.

Interested in Joining?

Check out the list of Lions Clubs in the District (See the Find A Club page) and contact them directly if you would like help your community. You'll be glad you did!

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