Lions Thank Juneau

We had a successful Light Flights this year.  Here’s the article that was published in the Juneau Empire:

End of Screening Season

We are coming to the end of our screenings for this school year. We have completed 45 of the 65 elementary, charter and private schools in the district plus some headstarts and day care centers. We have 325 scheduled for Fairview on Thurs, Jan. 29. We will need at least …

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Eliminate Amblyopia in Alaska Conference

You are invited to the “Eliminate Amblyopia in Alaska Conference” Wednesday January 21, 2015 6pm to 8 pm |  Providence Children’s Hospital Conference Room Amblyopia: potentially reversible blindness of vision learning during the first decade. Background: Alaska Blind Child Discovery since 1996 photoscreening Threat: Many Alaskan children still have amblyopia …

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Worldwide Week of Service

Lions Corner Worldwide Week of Service By Lion Karen Burns Lions Clubs International President Joe Preston is inviting Lions around the world to celebrate the birthday of Mevlin Jones on January 13 by serving their communities.  To honor the legacy of our founder, Lions around the world are invited to …

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Ice Breaker

Big Lake Lions with Susitna Rotary are sponsoring their first annual Ice Breaker:  complete with prime rib dinner, comedy improv group, fireworks, live auction. January 31, Doors Open 6pm, Tickets $60 per person. Must be 21 & Over Call Bill Haller of the Big Lake Lions to get tickets 841-8040. Thank …

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Valentines Dinner

Sleeping Lady Mountain Lions Valentines Dinner  Saturday, February 14, 2015, 6pm – 10pm Eagle River Lions Club Dinner — Entertainment — Silent Auction All proceeds from this project fund scholarships in our community helping with the financial needs for those wanting to continue their education. EAGLE RIVER LIONS CLUB Dinner Includes: Appetizers …

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Thoughts for the New Year

Positive Thoughts for 2015 By Lion Karen Burns A few days ago it was Christmas morning. For many people, excitement and smells of a holiday feast filled the air. Gifts were nestled under the tree wrapped in brightly colored apaper and bows. Children were wide-eyed in awe of what was …

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