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March 17, 2024 – District 36-R Cabinet Members met on Saturday, March 16th at the Springfield Justice Center for their Q3 meeting. The meeting agenda, reports and minutes (when available) can be found on the District website’s Information page.  Photo by Lion Henry Miller




Is your club looking to hold a Bingo night, or even set up for ongoing Bingo, but don't want to invest in the traditional expensive Bingo hall equipment? Check out this cool free website based Bingo setup! A laptop connected to a big flat screen monitor or projector system looks like all you need. You can use your own slider cards if you have them, generate cards to print, OR your players can even create and use cards on their phones!
The system options allow it to be set to use as a full random number selector and display, or you can look in the tools section and switch it to "manual mode" to use in display mode only to display and track numbers when using a simple onsite ball roller to pick numbers. Check it out here>> Have questions? Contact District36Rit@gmail.com


Spring is coming!

Make sure you send in the information on your club's upcoming events and service projects to get them posted on the Calendar Page. Use the submission form on the page or email District36Rit@gmail.com

Eugene Downtown Lions Club on the news!


Attention District 36-R Photographers

The deadline for the MD36 Nature Photo Contest is April 15th. This annual contest is displayed and judged at the MD36 Convention.

This Nature Photo Contest has been hosted for several years by CC Phyllis Carlin of Crooked River Ranch Lions Club. Click the contest rules image on the right to view larger, or save to your computer for reference and printing.



2023-2024 Peace Poster Contest Slideshow


NOW is the time for your club to be planning the sponsorship of your 2024-2025 local contest. Find all the information on the Projects Page of this website.

April Oregon
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Lions Clubs of District 36-R are shown in green on the map below. District 36-R is part of Multiple District 36, covering Oregon and Northern California. Click the arrow on the upper left for the menu to see the districts by list or to toggle each district on or off.  *All clubs, please click on your marker and check for your meeting location accuracy and send any corrections, along with your website links, to dnielson@wvi.com 

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