Lions are in 114 countries and 1.4 people strong.  As we move forward in our Centennial Year of Service, Lions across the world are looking forward to Lions Day with the United Nations (LDUN).  This event gives Lions the opportunity to discover how the UN and Lions together can continue to help those in need on a global scale.

Join fellow Lions, Leos, UN diplomats and other key representatives in New York City at the world-renowned UN Headquarters on Saturday, March 4, 2017 as we focus on health and inclusion around the world.  In light of today’s strife around the world this is an opportunity for countries to come together to solve problems.

Why attend Lions Day with the United Nations:

Connect with fellow Lions from around the globe

Learn about how the Lions Clubs International- Special Olympics

“Mission: Inclusion” partnership is making a difference across the world.

Celebrate the winners of the International Peace Poster and Essay contests (Alaskan winners reported in last Lions Corner)

Attend the Special Olympics Unified SportsTM experience. Meet Special Olympics athletes, participate in Unified SportsTM and learn how the Lions Clubs International- Special Olympics Mission: Inclusion” partnership is making a difference across the world.

If you would like more information on how you can help please visit www.lionsclubs.org. To learn more about being a Lion, please visit our website at www.sleepingladylions.org, www.lionsclub.org, www.eagleriverlions.com or give me a call at 242-1129 for more information.

By Karen Burns, District Governor