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Top 10 Lions Clubs International Blog Posts of the Quarter

March 29, 2011

Photo by: Lions Clubs InternationalAs the first quarter of 2011 comes to a close, we wanted to take a look back at our top posts of the last three months. Our most popular post of the quarter featured the winners of our 2010-2011 Lions International Peace Poster Contest. Seven posts about Lions and Lions Clubs International Foundation disaster relief efforts in Japan, New Zealand and Haiti also drew a great deal of reader interest.

Readers also enjoyed posts about our 2011 International Convention in Seattle. And a behind-the-scenes look at adorable puppies training to become life-changing companions at a Lions Dog Guide Training Center in Canada.

  1. Story of the Week: Judges Select 2011 Peace Poster Contest Winners
  2. Lions, LCIF Providing US$1.25 Million in Disaster Relief for Quake, Tsunami Victims in Japan
  3. Story of the Week: Condoleezza Rice to Keynote Lions Clubs 2011 Convention
  4. Lions in Canada Train Dog Guide Puppies to Be Life-Changing Companions
  5. Photo of the Week: Lions Donate US$6.1 Million to Provide Hope, Homes in Haiti
  6. Lions, LCIF Mobilizing More Than US$5 Million for Disaster Relief Efforts in Japan
  7. Photo of the Week: Lions in Japan Providing Relief for Quake/Tsunami Victims
  8. Lions, LCIF Providing Disaster Relief for Earthquake Victims in New Zealand
  9. Lions Clubs International Foundation Chairperson Wirfs’ Update on Japan
  10. Photo of the Week: Akashi Uozumi Lions Club Helps Children in Japan

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Photo of the Week: Akashi Uozumi Lions Club Helps Children in Japan

  1. DG Graham Robinson District 202D New Zealand permalink
    April 1, 2011 1:14 pm

    Our thoughts are with all the people affected by the triple disaster in Japan. To the Lions members affected, you are in the hearts of fellow Lions members. To those on the ground working to bring normality back into the lives of others by your humanitarian work in helping others, we congratulate you for the tremendous work you are doing together with the financial support of local Lions and Internationally.

    Together we support you, and the motto We Serve.

  2. April 1, 2011 12:40 pm

    Our Lions club donated 400 000 Yen to Japan through our sister club Lions Club Nagao.

  3. Richard Doobay permalink
    March 29, 2011 9:22 am

    Keep up the good work Lions, from the Lions Club of Ruimveldt, MD 60 A Guyana.
    We Serve

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