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November Issue 3 2013

Lions give across the globe

We have all been moved by the devastation in our own state, country — and now in the Philippines. Many here in Alaska have family members that are waiting for news of their safety. It will be many years before most of the people affected by recent tragedies will find life again as they knew it.

November Issue 2 2013

Events galore for local Lions

Time seems to fly by faster each year. It seems like yesterday we were playing baseball and football, hosting a rodeo, having family picnics and getting together to celebrate our independence at the Eagle River Lions Park.

November Issue 1 2013

Wounded Warriors: Giving to those who have given so much

As Veterans Day approaches, think about all of those who have given so much to keep all of us safe. We have so many in our community that believe in our country and keeping it secure.

October Issue 4 2013

Lions stand up to bullying

Bullying is a serious problem among youth, especially as the use of mobile devices and social media takes bullying outside of the classroom and into children’s everyday lives.

October Issue 3 2013

Make a difference by volunteering in your community

The 46,000 Lions clubs and 1.35 million members make us the world’s largest service club organization. We’re also one of the most effective. Our members do whatever is needed to help their local communities. Everywhere we work, we make friends. With children who need eyeglasses, with seniors who don’t have enough to eat and with people we may never meet.

October Issue 2 2013

Going once, going twice, sold!

It’s that time of year again. You guessed it — auction season is upon us. Charity auctions are a staple for many non-profits throughout our local communities. With the onset of winter and the “can’t do” season, this seems to be the perfect time of year to offer community members a night out on the town in support of their favorite organization.

September Issue 4 2013

Preventing blindness, improving sight

Lions throughout the world travel throughout their communities to conduct vision screenings for adults and children. It is our passion that everyone should be able to see. In Alaska, we are unique due to our limited road system so our challenges are different than most to accomplish our goal. We have teams that travel to the villages to screen, we screen at health fairs throughout the state and any school that request our assistance.

September Issue 2 2013

A Place to Serve

Each fall as I look out my windows in South Fork Eagle River and down the Eagle River Valley I am always amazed by mother natures’ wonder. The snow is on the high peaks and the fall colors are abundant. This community of Lions serves in one of the most beautiful places in the world.

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