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2017 Mid-Winter Conference Information

THE POWER OF "WE"! MidWinter_agenda (Downloadable) Thank you to everyone that helped make the 2017 Mid-Winter Conference a success! See attached minutes and reports: 2017 Mid-Winter Minutes  |  2017 Mid-Winter Financial Report |  Committee Reports Mid-Winter Break Out...

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29th Annual Fish Fry

29th Annual Fish Fry All Area Lions Invited Spenard Lions Club Saturday, August 5th, 2017 1:00 to 4:00 PM ADMISSION: $10 per Adult, $5 for ages 2-12 Fresh Red Salmon, Salad, Other Stuff (Hot dogs, potato salad, deviled eggs, etc) WHERE: SPENARD LIONS CLUB HOUSE 1407...

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Lions Partner With Special Olympics

Join your local Lions as we partner with Special Olympics for the Healthy Athletes summer games.  Beginning Friday, June 9 through Sunday June 11.   We need help manning our booth.  Additional volunteers are also needed for the track and field games at Dimond High...

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2017-2018 Lion’s Calendar 49A

June 30-July 4, 2017 International Convention Chicago, IL August 20, 2017 49A Cabinet Meeting, Eagle River Lions Den September 21-23, 2017 USA/Canada Forum, Portland, OR October 26-28, 2017 Mid-Winter Conference, Lake Front Hotel, Anchorage Council of Governors...

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Helen Keller Day – June 1

Lions Proclaim June 1st Helen Keller Day Born in Tuscumbia, Alabama, USA, in 1880, Helen Keller developed a fever at 18 months of age that left her blind and deaf.  She went on to become a woman of great intelligence, high ambition and many accomplishments. With the...

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Chugiak Lions Installation

Monday, June 26th, 2017 CHUGIAK LIONS INSTALLATION CHUGIAK SENIOR CENTER 22424 Birchwood Loop Road, in Building D {at the left end of the building}. INSTALLATION at ***6:00 PM** Baked Ham Dinner          THE COST OF MEAL WILL BE **$15.00** each person and children are...

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Melvin Jones — 100 Years

June 7, 1917 Lions were formed by Melvin Jones.  The first club was formed in Alaska in 1940 in Juneau.  Now we have 75 clubs in our great State with approximately 2500 people serving. It's been 100 years in the making, and now our Centennial year is finally here....

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A Century of Miracles

I have the honor of being the Centennial District Governor for 42 Lions Clubs and approximately 1500 members in Southeast, Southwest and Southcentral Alaska.  This is the Centennial year for Lions Clubs International.   We were founded by a Chicago Insurance...

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May is Healthy Vision Month

This Month is Sharing the Vision - here are some ideas for your clubs: • Work with local eye care professionals to organize an eye care and safety presentation for school children. • Arrange sport and recreational activities for persons who are visually impaired such...

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Knights Of The Blind

Born in Tuscumbia, Alabama, USA, in 1880, Helen Keller developed a fever at 18 months of age that left her blind and deaf. With the help of an exceptional teacher, Anne Mansfield Sullivan of the Perkins School for the Blind, Helen Keller learned sign language and...

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Electronic Recycling Drive

MT VIEW LIONS PARK 501 N Pine Street SATURDAY ONLY, MAY 6TH 12Noon—6PM Accepting the following items: • TVs/VCRS/DVD Players • Computer Monitors • Computers/Laptops •...

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Walk For Hope

Come join your local Lions as they Walk For Hope. You Can Be a Hero for Hope! Every year local Lions across Alaska gather to support Hope Community Resources.  Recently, we even formed the Kenai Centennial Savvy Lions Club from the Kenai Hope Community area. ...

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Ordinary Lions Doing Extrodinary Things

Lions are fresh from our Multiple District Convention in Fairbanks.  The last four days of April Lions across Alaska met for amazing training for our leaders and inspirational speakers to inspire the membership. While there, leaders of various clubs come to share...

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