DISTRICT 4-L6 ENDORSED PROJECTS


Adaptive Sports and Recreation Association
(ASRA)
P.O. Box 153792
San Diego, CA 92195-3792
(619) 336-1806

 
Blind Community Center of San Diego
1805 Upas Street - San Diego, CA 92103
(619) 298 - 5021

The mission of the Blind Community Center is to enrich the lives of blind and visually impaired adults and children, preparing them for a normal, active life in a society that is principally sighted.


Imperial Valley Blind Center
473 Park Ave - El Centro, CA 92243
(760) 352 - 5454 

Lions Camp Jack
San Diego Host Lions Club
310 Market Street - San Diego, CA  92101
(619) 239 - 7264

 
Lions Invitational Baseball Tournament
San Diego Host Lions Club
310 Market Street - San Diego, CA  92101
(619) 239 - 7264
 
This tournament is the oldest, the biggest and the best high school tournament in the nation.

Lions Optometric Vision Clinic
1805 Upas Street - San Diego, CA  92103
(619) 298 - 5273 

Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation
​of Southern California
"Restoring the gifts of sight & hearing"
​Serving MD4 Districts A3, L1-L6
(800) 647-6638

San Diego Center for the Blind
5922 El Cajon Blvd. -  San Diego, CA  92115
(619) 583 - 1542
1385 Bonaire Road - Vista, CA  92084
(760) 758- 5956 
Helping Adults with blindness or vision impairments to be independent by offering counseling, training, community education,  outreach programs and more.  

 
San Diego Lions Scholarship Foundation
Frank P. Rivera Fellowship
Jim Ashcraft Fellowship
1341 East 8th Street - Suite A
National City, CA  91950

California Multi-District 4 Student Speaker Contest

https://md4lions.org/student-speakers-contest

The California Lions Club MD4 Student Speaker Contest is a state wide contest. Clubs are encouraged to participate and partner with local area highschools to give students the opportunity to compete for accumulating scholarships. The topic changes ever year and only one winner advances from each level, until the winner is announced by MD4.

This contest is overseen by MD4 Student Speaker Fundation.


 
INTERNATIONAL PEACE POSTER CONTEST
 

This contest is open to all students ages 11, 12 & 13. A Lions club hosts the first level of the contest (Club Level). The winning student from each club then advances to district level. Each level only advances one winner. History has shown that all too often peace is not guaranteed.This contest in both visual and essay form, allows students to image peace in the framework of the topic and create written and visiual art that speaks to the annual theme.

Peace Poster Contest Deadlines

Students ages 11, 12 or 13 as of November 15 are eligible to participate in the International Peace Poster Contest. Entries not meeting the following deadlines will be disqualified.

  • January 15: Kits go on sale from the Club Supplies Sales Department at International Headquarters.
  • October 1: Deadline to purchase kits from the Club Supplies Sales Department at International Headquarters.
  • November 15: Postmark deadline for a club to send one winning poster (per contest sponsored) to the district governor.
  • December 1: Postmark deadline for a district governor to send one winning district poster to multiple district council chairperson.
  • December 1: Postmark deadline for a district governor not belonging to a multiple district to send one winning poster to the Public Relations Department at International Headquarters.
  • December 1: Postmark deadline for a club not belonging to a district to send one winning entry to the Public Relations Department at International Headquarters.
  • December 15: Postmark deadline for the multiple district council chairperson to send one winning poster to the Public Relations Department at International Headquarters.
  • February 1: International winners notified on or before this date.
 

 

Lions Clubs International Youth Exchange Program

Open to all students between the ages of 15 ½ - 21.

Since 1961 Lions Clubs have been sending as many students as possible around the world to experience another culture in the hopes of bringing about peaceful relations and a better understanding of the rest of the world. Our thousands of ambassadors, who do not have to come from Lions members, are picked, not for their scholastic ability, but for their desire to learn about another culture.

We encourage all students from around the United States to participate in our largest escorted program to Japan. We also exchange for a 4-5 week summer program to countries in Europe and elsewhere around the world.

Youth Exchange Website


Annual Tournament of Roses Parade
Lions Clubs International Float
 

Lions Float Inc. Logo

The theme for the Tournament of Roses Parade, changes every year.  The Lions Float, Inc Logo above, captures our committment to always participate in this historic parade. Lions love the challeng to design a float that depicts and fits perfectly around one of LCI's five signature projects or annual International theme, that encompasses the Parade's theme.

Each year LEOS from all over California get the opportunity to decorate the float in preparation of its, January 1st international display.

Our on going participation in this historic parade, requires collective funding from Lions. Each  Lions club, district, and every individual is encouraged to help in the funding of future floats. There are 6 (six) different opportunities: (1) The club Banner Patch program, (2) Purchasing float merchandise, (3) The "Ride of Your Life" package, (4) Out Walker positions, (5) Awarding one of five Fellowships to deserving Lions, and (6) Participating in Annual Golf Tournament.

The Lions Rose Float is Centerpiece for Worldwide Public Relations and Membership Recruiting 

Lions Float Website

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