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In this month’s Newswire, learn how to serve at LCICon Fukuoka, find information on Centennial Leo clubs, get ready for the Worldwide Week of Service for Youth and more.
This August 8 –14, join incoming international President Chancellor Bob Corlew and Lions around the world for a special Worldwide Week of Service event dedicated to engaging youth in our communities. From organizing a new Leo Club to inviting youth to serve alongside you, there are countless ways to join the Worldwide Week of Service for Youth. To learn more about how your club can serve, visit Lions100.org and start planning your service project today!
LCICon Fukuoka attendees will have the opportunity to serve while attending convention this month. Work alongside Lions and Leos from around the world in a hands-on beautification project to remove graffiti from public places and give back to Fukuoka! We will meet at the City Hall Garden near the end of the parade route on Saturday, June 25. Two shifts from 10:30-12:30 and 13:30-15:30 are available. This event is limited to 100 participants and registration is required. To register, send your complete name, email address, member ID and country to email@example.com. Please also include your preferred shift in your email. Registration ends June 17.
Unable to join the service project? Consider contributing to the Lions of Japan fundraising goal of US$30,000 to benefit the Fukuoka Children’s Hospital. All donations will be used to purchase medical and playground equipment. Look for the donation collection box and sign the get-well card in the Fukuoka Marine Messe.
Are you interested in cultivating leaders for our organization’s next 100 years? By sponsoring a Leo club, Lions provide young people with opportunities to serve their communities, develop leadership skills, make new friends and have fun! Leo clubs organized during the Centennial Celebration receive a limited edition Certificate of Organization and Centennial Leo Club Extension Certificates. Learn how to start a new Leo club in your community today!
Show Lions everywhere how you served your community and made a difference in people’s lives this year. Visit the Submit a Photo page on the LCI website and upload photos of your club in action, doing hands-on service, reaching out to people in need and having fun. Your photo and story might be featured on our official social media channels, including Facebook and Twitter.