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President’s Service Blog: Raleigh Host Lions Club

August 16, 2010

Hands-on service shines a light that directly touches people. People volunteer for many reasons, but mostly because they want to make a difference. They are questioning what is important in their lives and reassessing how they spend their time. They are turning to community service and other volunteer opportunities.

As Lions, we should strive to personally sponsor a minimum of two Lions – one to replace yourself and one to grow the organization. When I was home recently, I had the pleasure of inducting two new Lions into the Raleigh Host Lions Club.

As president of this global service organization, it’s just as exciting today to personally welcome new Lions as it was 15 years ago when I became an associate member of this club. Remember, every new Lion you can add to your club is another set of helping hands to assist your club in becoming a beacon of hope in your community.

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  1. August 20, 2010 2:31 pm

    Sialkot Eden Lions Club – Pakistan Flood Victims Looking Forward to Lions Of Pakistan

    Pakistan: Call To Pray and Help Flood Affected Across the Country … Thousands dead and 2.5 million homeless.

    Massive rains and subsequent flooding in Pakistan has claimed the lives of thousands of people and left 2.5 millions homeless across the country.

    Thousands of villages have been submerged into rivers and millions of houses, roads, bridges, as well as standing crops and livestock, have been swept away.

    It is “the worst disaster in the history of Pakistan and bigger than the 2005 earthquake.”

    However, millions are still trapped and an acute shortage of drinking water and food has been reported. Diseases have broken out in the affected areas, and desperate people are waiting for help under the open sky.

    To make matters worse, more rains and flooding has been forecast.

    Requests have been made to international friends and organizations to support this urgent relief work.

    People have been donating food and clothes, but now the flooding is so massive, that we need the kind support of international community.

    Lion M.Waseem
    President
    Sialkot Eden Lions Club
    District 305 N2
    Pakistan
    lions@edenlionsclub.org

  2. Leo club of dhaka kawranbazar,Bangladesh permalink
    August 17, 2010 1:02 pm

    Touch me lot.

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