Searching for Second Vice District Governor and Trustee to the Board of Michigan Lions Service Foundation. Please see attached and have nominations in to PDG Tom Lanaville before March 1, 2023. > click here to download
February 12 cabinet meeting is in Naubinway
SAVE THE DATE
SINGLE DISTRICT 10 LIONS CONVENTION
100th Centennial Anniversary
WHEN: April 8-9, 2022
WHERE: Island Casino
Watch for more information in the upcoming weeks.
Hosted by: Vulcan Norway Loretto Lions Club
Diabetes Awareness and Action is now D.A.D Defense Against Diabetes. Please contact Lion Gary @ 906-399-6233 or email @ firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, support or ideas for a program in your community. Defense Against Diabetes has released a new website @ https://uplionsserve.org/dad. It’s a very comprehensive website with great information and free resources for those struggling with diabetes to live a healthy lifestyle. Please share this website @ https://uplionsserve.org/dad and join us on Facebook and Instagram.
Please mail Diabetes donations to:
Defense Against Diabetes
646 County Rd Negaunee, MI 49866
As your planning your 2022 service projects/fund raising keep in mind that District 10 Lions has a new D10 HUNGER program and we would be grateful for your help and support. Due to the effects of COVID, more than 42 million people may experience food insecurity, including a potential 13 million children. Every community in the country is home to families who face hunger including rural and suburban communities.
Your donation can go to help fill kids backpacks with food, help with farm to school programs, community gardens, food as medicine initiative, supporting Feeding America and local pantries.
If you have any ideas or have any questions, please contact HUNGER chair Gary Perala.
Please mail Hunger donations to:
646 County Rd
Happy New Year! Let’s make 2022 a great year!
Lion Gary – Tel / 906-399-6233
District 10, the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, USA, supports PID A. P. Singh for Third Vice President of Lions Clubs International 2022! – click here to view
DON’T BE A SLEEPING LIONS CLUB– GET OUT THERE AND SERVE!
The D-10 Governor Team needs all clubs who have yet to conduct a service project this Lions year to plan and execute a service project! It is our district goal to have 100%of our clubs to conduct and report a service project to LCI before June 30, 2022. Below you will find a list of service project ideas from LCI. If you need help reporting your service project to LCI, contact DG Jim or IPDG Joe via email for assistance. DG Jim can be contacted at: email@example.com and IPDG Joe’s email is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Lions Service Projects to Consider for Your Lions Club
(taken from lionsclubs.org Service Project Ideas)
Youth • Organize a community event to promote activities like safe cycling • Collect and donate clothes for a home for boys or girls • Paint a playground involving local youth • Host a wellness and nutrition day advocating healthy living habits for the young people in your community • Donate books to a school library • Host a dance or youth social at a community center • Organize a clothing drive to provide young people with formal gowns and suits for school dances • Host an alcohol/drug awareness seminar in the community • Host a game night for local youth to promote healthy social events that don’t involve drugs or alcohol • Donate computers to a school or library • Tutor at an after school program • Volunteer with youth at a senior center or local food pantry • Organize a job fair to help young people identify their career goals • Plant a garden at a school • Host a speech contest in your community • Organize a college visit day • Provide a diversity awareness training to educate youth on global culture • Implement a reading program at a school or library • Organize a health fair or seminar at a local school • Schedule a visit to a local fire or police station • Organize a ceremony to recognize outstanding youth in your community • Mentor a youth • Host a seminar on social media safety • Clean-up a local park or school and include youth • Volunteer with local youth at a special needs camp Health/Nutrition • Volunteer at a clinic or hospital • Make/donate hygiene kits to homeless shelters • Invite healthcare professionals to a community-wide event to demonstrate proper hand washing • Donate blood at a medical clinic/hospital • Plant a vegetable garden where local residents can grow their own food • Prepare and deliver food baskets to families in need • Collect/provide clean water to elderly members in community • Create a cookbook of easy to make, nutritious recipes and distribute in the community • Volunteer at a food bank/soup kitchen • Collect food to replenish a local food pantry • Prepare sandwiches for homeless/street children • Arrange transportation services to a doctor appointment or grocery shopping for persons who are blind/visually impaired • Collect items to include in care packages and send to military personnel • Host a seminar on nutrition in your community • Host a fitness day • Donate nutritious snacks to an after school program • Host CPR training at a local community center • Work with local health professionals to provide free vision, hearing and diabetes screenings • Host a picnic or BBQ at a park for local community • Work with local medical personnel to administer free HIV tests • Cook or deliver meals to needy residents • Help provide immunizations • Assist medical professionals • Provide dental/medical check-ups • Host a community walk 100 Children • Make hygiene kits for children at an orphanage • Work with healthcare professionals to provide free immunizations • Make baby supply kits for newborns in need • Read to a child • Collect/donate coats for needy children • Donate toys to a local children’s hospital • Host an arts and crafts day at a local center or church • Organize a beep baseball tournament • Have a play day at an orphanage • Assemble school supplies • Host a music day at a local center or church • Repair furniture at a school • Provide snacks for children in childcare facilities • Volunteer at a camp serving children with special needs • Have children make cards and write letters for military personnel • Provide ID bracelets to children • Donate backpacks to school children • Host a fishing derby for blind/visually impaired children • Donate shoes to an orphanage • Work with children ages 3-5 to prepare for kindergarten • Build a wheelchair access ramp for disabled children • Donate a Braille machine to a school or library for the visually impaired • Donate books to a school • Repaint/repair a playground • Host a community sports day for children Environment • Raise awareness about eco-friendly lifestyle choices • Plant a tree • Organize a community-wide bike to work/school day • Collect recyclables in the community and take them to a recycling center • Plant a flower garden at a senior home • Clean up a park • Clean the yard of elderly residents in the community • Volunteer at a recycling center • Clean a community center • Organize a carpooling campaign • Recycle books • Construct bird feeders for a senior home or school • Clean a highway • Donate recycled paper goods to a food pantry or soup kitchen • Install energy efficient light bulbs at a school or community center • Recycle items such as phones, computers and printer cartridges • Clean up a local body of water • Host an environmental seminar in your community • Clean up a vacant lot or parking lot in your community • Host a beach clean-up • Create compost in your own backyard by mixing food scraps and leaves with the soil and letting them decompose • Recycle plastic shopping bags • Raise awareness about harmful substances in homes and the community • Organize a project to protect endangered animals or plants
WHERE THERE IS A NEED, THERE IS A LION—CREATE A SERVICE PROJECT TODAY!
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D10 Technology Grant Program
The District 10 Lions announce a new grant program for District 10 Lions Clubs. The D10 Technology Grant Program is an opportunity for Lions Clubs in D10 to receive up to $500 in “matching” funds from D10 for the purpose of purchasing technology infrastructure to assist in their mission to serve the communities of District 10.
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As Global Membership Chair, I request packets from the International. When new members are posted on the International site, we print out certificates and letters from the Governor for both sponsor and new member. These are then mailed to the secretary or president of the club, and usually arrive within two days.
The packets also include information on Lions, a discount certificate from the Lions store, pins for both new member and sponsor, and a pen for the new member.
If you would like to receive the packets early, just email email@example.com with the name of the new member, the name of the sponsor, and the date of the induction.
Global Membership Chair and PDG Bill Rowe