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Hello Lions : After Redistricting of our District 325 , we became 15 new districts Now . 

We welcomes you as a Viewer , as a Lions fellows and as a friends from the worldwide. This page is operate by District 325 H , Kathmandu. In this page we will provide the details about lions club and its activities of our district ( 325 H ) respectively.



( Health Materials Handover to Health Minister by District 325 )

Corona Health materials handover to Government

    ( Covid Related Health Materials handover to Nepal Government by District 325  )


Few words about History :( Lions Club)

Melvin Jones was born on January 13, 1879 in Fort Thomas, Arizona, the son of a United States Army captain who commanded a troop of scouts. Later, his father was transferred and the family moved east. As a young man, Jones made his home in Chicago, Illinois, became associated with an insurance firm and in 1913 formed his own agency.

He soon joined the Business Circle, a businessman’s luncheon group, andwas shortly elected secretary. This group was one of many at that time devoted solely to promoting the financial interests of their membership. Because of their limited appeal, they were destined to disappear. Melvin Jones, however, had other plans. “What if these men,” he asked, “who are successful because of their drive, intelligence and ambition, were to put their talents to work improving their communities?” Thus, at his invitation, delegates from men’s clubs met in Chicago to lay the groundwork for such an organization and on June 7, 1917, Lions Clubs International was born. It was stipulated that clubs were not to be social in nature nor were members permitted to promote their own business interests.

Jones eventually abandoned his insurance agency to devote himself full time to Lions at International Headquarters in Chicago. It was under his dynamic leadership that Lions Clubs earned the prestige necessary to attract civic-minded members.




The association’s founder was also recognized as a leader outside the association. One of his greatest honors was in 1945 when he represented Lions Clubs International as a consultant in San Francisco, California, at the organization of the United Nations.

   Melvin Jones, the man whose personal code “You can’t get very far until you start doing something for somebody else” became a guiding principle for public-spirited people the world over, died June 1, 1961 at 82 years of age.

                                   ( DLLI Training 2019 - 9 - 13 , Dhulikhel )


( MOU Signing of Lions Daibetic Center in Dhulikhel Hospital , Dhulikhel )


( Cataract /Eye surgery Camp at Chhaimale , kathmandu . support by Eye Hospital kirtipur)

 Host By : Lion Pramod kumar poudel



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