As of: 9-7-17

Directory Changes:
​The 2017-2018 Directry is now available and were handed out to the club officers at the August Cabinet Meeting. Please see summary information on this Website Mini Directory under "Contact Us" and as presented in the monthly newsletter. Also see the  "District Governor's Visitatation Schedule" and "Alerts and Notices".

p. 40, Walter R. Reed
Home phone 717-258-6654 
Cell 717-991-2889 
New email:

P. 24, 94, ZC Clyde Griffie
​New email: 


District 14-C Zone Reorganization:
​Please review the District Zone reorganization shown under "About The District"


Dr. Naresh Aggarwal, of Batala, Punjab, India​


I grew up in a town called Batala, in Punjab - a state in the northwest of India. Like many young children, I dreamed of conquering the world. However, the means to this end were more important to me. I wanted to lead  through kindness.
I dreamed of changing not just Batala, but the entire world. In 1974, when I first stood in the presence of Lions, I knew that I had aligned myself with an organization that could actually help me achieve my dream.
We Lions are one with the people of the world. In Sanskrit, it is called “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam,” or “World is my Family.”
The key to making the world one family, or one home, rests within us - the 1.4 million Lions who dedicate themselves to the needs of others. If each Lion serves at least 10 people
per month, we will easily achieve our goal of serving 200 million people each year-tripling our current service output.
Service to others defines who we are. It is our very reason to exist as a global organization. Our motto puts it in terms others can easily understand - “We Serve.” As I prepared for my year as your international president, those words kept coming back to me. That’s why I am proud to have “We Serve” represent my theme. Our motto is timeless. It is as relevant today as it was in 1917, and it will inspire us into our next century of service.
At the 2015 International Convention in Honolulu, I said, “Nothing is more powerful than an idea whose time has come.” Our most auspicious time-the new century-has come.



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