Archive of: Lions Corner

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August Issue 4 2012

Keep an eye out for Lions at the State Fair

If you attended the Bear Paw Parade, you probably saw the Lions’ Vision and Eye Screening Trailer go by you, with Lions and Leos marching alongside, handing out candy to the kids and having a blast along the way. Now, those same Lions and Lions clubs from around the state are organizing together to provide free eye screening at the Alaska State Fair.

August Issue 3 2012

Life Lessons Across Cultures and Around the World

Each year, the Lions International Youth Camp and Exchange Program introduces young people to life in other cultures by helping them travel abroad. Each Youth Camp and Exchange includes an extended stay hosted by one of our many international clubs. As a participant in the international student exchange program, youth ages 15-21 will: live with a family in another country; meet people their age from around the world and learn about the bonds we all share — and the differences we respect in each other no matter where we live.

August Issue 2 2012

Candidates Forum Aug. 16

The Chugiak-Eagle River Chamber of Commerce, the Sleeping Lady Lions and the Eagle River Rotary are teaming up to bring the community an opportunity to hear from the candidates that are vying for our votes. This will be the last opportunity the community has to engage the Senate and House candidates, in one location, prior to the August primary. The event is Aug. 16 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Lions Club, located at Lions Park in Eagle River. The event is free to attend and is open to all members of the public.

August Issue 1 2012

Candidates to have their say

A trio of local community organizations will host an area-wide candidates forum on Aug. 16 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Eagle River Lions Club.

August Issue 1 2012

Volunteering is like and all-you-can-eat buffet

With the arrival of August also comes the promise of blooming fireweed and the anticipation of a new school year, the state fair and hunting season. Before we all settle into our fall routine, now is a great time to explore opportunities to give a little back to the community we call home. Whether you decide to pick up trash on the side of the road, in a park, or your neighbor’s backyard, the Sleeping Lady Lions would like you to consider stopping in at a Lions’ club meeting or checking out the Eagle River Area Rotary Club. Both organizations are dedicated to service and make everyone who walks in the door feel like they are among friends.

July Issue 4 2012

Lions International Peace Poster Contest

Each year, Lions clubs around the world proudly sponsor the Lions International Peace Poster Contest in local schools and youth groups. This art contest for kids encourages young people worldwide to express their visions of peace. For 25 years, more than four million children from nearly 100 countries have participated in the contest. Each year’s art contest for kids consists of an original theme incorporating peace. Participants use a variety of mediums, including charcoal, crayon, pencil and paint, to express the theme. The works created are unique and express the young artists’ life experiences and culture.

July Issue 3 2012

Bear Paw Pageant highlights hometown youth

“It’s a Jungle Out There” found Sleeping Lady Mountain Lions Club roaring in to Sponsor the Bear Paw Pageant in conjunction with the Chugiak-Eagle River Chamber of Commerce for the 7th year in a row.

July Issue 2 2012

Local Lions Recognized for Service

“Hail, hail the Lions are here!” The roar came loud and strong at the 49A Multi-District Convention held this past April in snowbound Valdez. Lions from throughout Alaska and the Yukon Territories met to train each other on various skills to promulgate Lionism throughout the “last frontier.”

July Issue 1 2012

‘Gathering’ for those in need

The Sleeping Lady Mountain Lions Club had joined hands with local businesses to introduce “The Gathering.”

June Issue 4 2012

Independence Day party is here!

The Eagle River Lions will host our annual Independence Day Celebration on July 3-4 at Lions Park in Eagle River.