Centennial Service Challenge

Our Centennial brings Lions together to celebrate 100 years of life-changing humanitarian service. Starting with the kickoff in July 2014 and ending in June 2018, Lions in clubs around the world will participate by expanding our community project work and inspiring others to join us in service. It’s an exciting time to be a Lion. 


Ways to Participate:

Lead through Service: Organize Centennial Service Challenge projects to benefit youth, vision, hunger, and the environment. Share your successes with your local media and on myLCI. Several E2 Clubs have been recognized as Centennial Service Award Challenge award recipients. Below is the status as of January 21, 2018. Note that activities must be entered into myLCI and marked as a Centennial Service activity to be counted!


Centennial Award

2014-2015 (21)

2015-2016 (22)

2016 - 2017 (21)

2017 - 2018 (24)


(4 core areas completed during year)



Altoona, Ellsworth, Hudson, Independence, Menomonie, Mondovi, Pigeon Falls, Roberts, Woodville

Alma, Altoona, Ellsworth, Fall Creek, Hudson, Independence, Menomonie, Nelson, Osseo, River Falls, Roberts, Woodville

Eau Claire Seymour, Fall Creek, Glen Hills, Pigeon Falls


(3 core areas completed during year)

Fall Creek, Hudson, River Falls, Roberts

Fall Creek, Nelson, Osseo

Prescott, Star Prairie

Alma, Augusta, Cleghorn, Ellsworth, Mondovi, Osseo, River Falls, Roberts


(2 core areas completed during year)

Altoona, Durand, Independence, Menomonie, Osseo, Pigeon Falls, Prescott, Star Prairie

Alma, Galesville, Glen Hills, Prescott

Augusta, Elk Mound, Eau Claire Seymour,  Ettrick, Pigeon Falls, Trempealeau, Whitehall

Altoona, Black River Falls, Hudson, Menomonie, Nelson, Pepin, Woodville


(1 core area completed during year)

Boyceville, Eau Claire Seymour, Eleva Strum, Elk Mound, Galesville, Nelson, Pepin

Boyceville, Durand, Elk Mound, Ettrick, Star Prairie, Whitehall

Boyceville, Cleghorn, Fairchild, Galesville, Somerset

Arcadia, Durand, Elk Mound, Independence, Star Prairie

Invite for Impact: Lions Clubs can earn special recognition for growing their clubs and helping grow Lionism in their area in two ways: sponsoring new members and helping organize clubs. This recognition comes directly to the Lion, and is based upon how long a sponsored member or club stays with our association! Below are the E2 Clubs that inducted new members as of January 21, 2018, and reported into myLCI:

E2 Clubs That Added New Members

Alma (3), Altoona (1), Arcadia (5), Augusta (2), Black River Falls (3), Cleghorn (7), Deer Park (1), Fall Creek (7), Galesville (2), Glen Hills (1), Hudson (1), Independence (1), Menomonie (3), Nelson (1), Osseo (1), Pigeon Falls (2), Plum City (3), River Falls (3), Roberts (1), Spring Valley (1), Trempealeau (1), Whitehall (1)


Connect with Community: Identify needs in your community and plan a Centennial Community Legacy Project to make a lasting local impact. Below are E2 Clubs that have identified Legacy Projects in myLCI as of January 21, 2018.

Legacy Projects**

Level 1: Cleghorn, Glen Hills, Osseo, Woodville

Level 2: Altoona, Cleghorn, Menomonie, Mondovi, Woodville

Level 3: Cleghorn, Menomonie, Woodville

**Legacy Project Level 1: raise visibility in the community

**Legacy Project Level 2: provide a community gift

**Legacy Project Level 3: make an impact in the community

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