Lions Club of Berkeley Annapurna has successfully launched various projects and some of them have successfully completed. In this page you will find the Projects and activities of our club projected by our previous and current President.

2015 – 2016 Projects and events.

For nearly 100 years, Lions have served their communities with dedication and contributed to the development and well-being of millions of people around the world. As we look toward our centennial celebration, Lions are encouraged to help reach the Centennial Service Challenge goal of serving 100 million people by June 2018 by planning projects through the following Centennial Service Challenge Campaigns:

  1. August –Engaging our Youth
    Invite Leos and youth in your area to help organize and participate in a service project. Projects may include school or community facility cleanups or a visit to a home for senior citizens or a children’s hospital. Allowing youth to develop and lead a service project enables them to learn skills while emphasizing the role of service.
  2. October –Sharing the Vision
    Plan vision health projects and work with the visually impaired.  Many Lions already celebrate World Sight Day in October. This is a great month to organize a vision screening, volunteer at a nearby Lions Eyeglass Recycling Center, organize an eyeglass collection or an activity to benefit the visually impaired in your community.
  3. October 1st: Peace poster contest: Deadline to order October 1st 2015: Lions clubs can sponsor this art contest in local schools or organized, sponsored youth groups.“Share Peace” is the theme of the 2015-16 Peace Poster Contest.
  4. November: Induction and Members orientation program, possibly peace poster contest on that day. Date and time is not yet fixed.
  5. December/January –Relieving the Hunger
    Organize food drives and projects to feed the hungry. With the downturn in the global economy, many hunger relief organizations are finding it difficult to keep up with demand. Help alleviate hunger by planning events around the end and beginning of the calendar year to collect and distribute food.
  6. February: Student Speaker Contest2015-2016 Topic: “Liberty and Justice for All” — What does it mean to you? By wed, Feb 17th 2016 Club level contest final is on June 4 2016
  7. March: Blood Drive please fix the date. Our ongoing project.
  8. April –Protecting our Environment
    Implement projects that improve and protect the environment. Organize a highway clean up, plant trees or plan a community “Earth Day” event to collect recyclables such as aluminum cans, plastic bottles, used cell phones and batteries.
  9. May/June: Yet not finalized.
  10. Beside that we are planning to have New members orientation and Induction ceremony too. Date yet to be fixed.
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