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Youth Exchange Takes A Village 5
The Story Behind The Painting 8
2012-13 State Pin 9
LEBW’s Annual Meeting 10
Year In Review 12
Crystal Vision Awards Recipients Recognized 12
Legacy Of Life Recipient 13
700+ Participate In The Capitol City Run/Walk 14
Wisconsin Lions Foundation 15
We Make Life Better Every Day 15
Racing Sausages Join Campers 16
Golf Outing Fun & Fundraising 16
Shooting For A Great Cause 17
Charitable Remainder Trusts 18
Lions Pride Donor Corner 19
Lions Serving Up Miracles 22
Council of Governors Meeting Brief - July 21, 2012 24
Pin Traders Plant Trees & Get Ready For Colby Pin Swap 24
Wisconsin Lions Pin Swap 25
“Imagine Peace” 27-A1 Peace Poster Contest 28
Leo To Lion Program 29
Congratulations & Thanks 29
Leadership Is Key To Success 31
Club News 31
Upcoming Events 33
Notes from DG Larry 35
Peace Poster Contest 36
The Life Of A Zone Chair 37
27-A2 Odds & Ends... 38
Lions Share 38
What An Experience 40
Lionism Follows The Golden Rule 44
Club News 46
Howards Grove Trees 47
Lioness News 48
Lions “Imagine Peace” 49
Convention Corner 52
Fun & Games 52
PID Wahl Will Be Our Guest 52
Club News 53
2012 27-B2 Convention Registration Form 55
27-C1 Convention Update 58
Key Convention Contacts 59
Club News 60
2012 27-C1 Convention Registration Form 63
A Great Idea 67
Leader Dog Recipient ‘s Hard Times 68
Affiliate Cabinet Leads The Lioness 68
Caught in the Act 70
Around 27-C2 72
Youth Exchange’s Successful Year 74
Where Is Flat Louie? 75
Extending Our Service Area 77
Club News & Events 78
Upcoming Events 79
Lions Share 80
Little Free Library Opens Its Door In Warrens 81
Where Is The Sunshine District? 83
Club News 83
Notes from DG Ron 89
Vision Screening Kits Available 90
Times, Are A Changing 91
Serving By Saving Life Or Sight 91
Let’s Focus On Diabetes 93
Club News 93
Upcoming Events 94
If You Believe In Youth, You Need To Read This 97
Camp Needlepoint/Daypoint 98
A Taste Of Lions Camp 101
Club Events 103
130 Anniversaries 108
700 WLF Donations 108
710 LEBW Donations 113
Building Your Club’s Future Leaders 116
Lions Q&A: Fellowships 118
Striving For & Recognizing Excellence 119
Webinars & Netcasts 122
Project Ideas 123
Volume 59, No 9
(USPS No. 688-740)
is published 12 times a year for the 21,000 Lions of Wisconsin at 3834 County Road A, Rosholt, WI 54473.
Periodical postage paid at Stevens Point, WI and additional mailing offices.
Send form 3579 with new address to 3834 County Road A, Rosholt, WI 54473.
DG Daryl Porter, Chair
1st VDG Roger Weber, Vice Chair
Connie LeCleir-Meyer, GLT
Doug Fleming, GMT
Evett Hartvig, WLF
Dick Hauser, Lions Eye Bank
Jodi Burmester, Editor/Designer
Jodi Burmester, Editor
517 Seven Nations Dr.
Madison, WI 53713-3389
1st of preceding month.
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LIONS INTERNATIONAL PURPOSES
To Organize, charter and supervise service clubs to be known as Lions clubs.
To Coordinate the activities and standardize the administration of Lions clubs.
To Create and foster a spirit of understanding among the peoples of the world.
To Promote the principles of good government and good citizenship.
To Take an active interest in the civic, cultural, social and moral welfare of the community.
To Unite the clubs in the bonds of friendship, good fellowship and mutual understanding.
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To Encourage service-minded people to serve their community without personal financial reward, and to encourage efficiency and promote high ethical standards in commerce, industry, professions, public works and private endeavors.
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