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Join the Centennial Celebration! The Centennial Celebration brings Lions together to celebrate 100 years of life-changing humanitarian service. Starting with the kickoff in July 2014 and ending in June 2018, Lions around the world are joining in the celebration by expanding our community impact through service projects and inspiring others to join in that service.Every Club plays a critical role in the success of the Centennial.Like every club we also plan our club’s service and celebration. Our global Centennial Celebration is founded on three themes: LEAD THROUGH SERVICE: Lions Clubs International was built upon two words: "We Serve". Service to others is one of the highlights of our Centennial Celebration. All clubs are called to accept the Centennial Service Challenge to collectively help 100 million people in four areas of focus - youth, vision, hunger & environment. INVITE FOR IMPACT: To meet the increasing needs of our communities, membership must grow. For every new member, we can impact the lives of 30 people. New Lions will ensure our place as the global leader in humanitarian service for the next 100 years. CONNECT WITH COMMUNITY: As Lions we identify community needs and take action to meet those needs. During the Centennial, clubs are encouraged to strengthen their community bonds by implementing a Community Legacy Project that provides a visible and long-lasting impact. Timeline- To connect with each theme, Lions are encouraged to participate in various activities, highlighted in the timeline below, throughout the Centennial. INVITATION(2015-16): • Create your club’s Centennial plan • Induct at least 3 new members • Complete 4 service activities, one in each focus area CELEBRATION(2016-17): • Complete a Community Legacy Project • Celebrate with your club! • Induct at least 3 new members • Complete 4 service activities, one in each focus area DEDICATION(2017-18): • Align your club with the future direction of the Association unveiled at the Chicago Convention • Induct at least 3 new members • Complete 4 service activities, one in each focus area

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