Items for Cabinet Approval & Ballot Addition

From PDG Dave Stitely, District 14-E Parliamentarian:   In accordance with the District By-Laws, Zone Chairs have been asked to distribute information to all of the Clubs in the respective Zones for their review prior to the April Convention.  The KidsSight Camera Policy will need Cabinet approval, and the Automatic Updates of the District Constitution will be placed on the Ballot.  These three documents are linked here for your convenience.
Proposed Change to District 14-E Constitution for 2017 – Automatic Updates
New 14-E KidsSight Camera Policy – Announcement Letter
New 14-E KidsSight Camera Policy – Policy #139 Text

Connellsville Flood Recovery Work

District 14E Lions Alert Team Chairperson Cedric, PDG Bob Mesher, Lion Jim Groff of the Disaster Alert Team for PA and District 14M VDG Brad Geyer are looking for Lions that will help us help the victims of the Connellsville Flood. We are putting together a couple of work weeks and need workers to help. The work has not been finalized but there are many homes that need help.  The two weeks selected to work are April 10th – 15th and May 1st – 6th.  This area is close enough that volunteers could work there during the day and still be home at night. If you are further away housing can be made available. Please contact PDG Bob Mesher at or 724-323-5458.

Murrysville’s Penguins Jersey Raffle

Murrysville Lions Club is holding a raffle for a signed & framed authentic jersey from Pittsburgh Penguins #26 Marc-Andre Fleury.  Tickets are $10, and the drawing will be held on April 11 at the Murrysville Lions Club meeting, 7:00 PM at the Lamplighter.  Winner need not be present.  For tickets, contact Lion Rick Semk at, or any Murrysville Lion!

Pirates Game: Mon. June 12

District 14-E has arranged a Lions Night for the Pirates game on Monday, June 12th as the Pirates host the Colorado Rockies at 7:05 p.m. at PNC Park. We hope this will be a fun filled evening where Lions can interact with their families, friends, and Lions from other clubs within our area. Children and folks of all ages are welcome. We’re attempting to continue a Lions Night at a Pirates game that resumed in 2015.  Click “read more” for all the information.    read more…

Club Support Session – March 20, 2017

The next Club Support Session will be Mon. March 20 at the Westmoreland County Blind Association.   The meeting starts at 6:30pm with the Extra Focus Activity on new District Election Procedures, followed by the main session at 7:00 pm.    All members welcome. This is an interactive informational meeting that is provided to you, and by you, the members of District 14-E. Find out what is going on within our District and more. Share you successes and failures, upcoming events; reach out for help, etc. Sometimes seeing the bigger picture lets you see the help that is there for you. Invite your members, hope to see you there!

Find these in the newsletter:

Find complete information in the Newsletter:

  • Fliers and forms for various club events
  • Info. and forms for International Convention, State Convention, District Rally
  • Monthly Membership & Activities Report (prev. month)
  • Veterans Affairs information
  • Project photos, and more!

Early Spring Events

Saturday, April 1:
Manor Lions Chicken Barbecue: 11:00 AM until sold out.  Come help support the Manor Lions.  $8 for 1/2 chicken, roll, applesauce, cookie and drink!  Lot at Corner of Route 993 and Sandy Hill Road, Manor, PA 15665.

Sunday, April 9:
Slickville Lions Pancake Breakfast:  7:00 AM – Noon.  Stop in at the Slickville American Legion for the best breakfast in the ‘ville: all-you-can-eat pancakes, eggs, home fries and homemade sausage!  Adult tickets $8.00 presale from any Slickville Lions member, or $9.00 at the door.  Children under age 12: $4.    Slickville American Legion, 2958 PA-819, Greensburg, PA 15601.

Volunteers needed at May Convention

This year’s Lions State Convention hosted by District 14-E is coming quickly. Much help is needed at this convention. Ask members of your club if they would be able to help with the following. They can contact the chairperson and let them know when they would be available to help. This convention will only be successful with your help and the help of your fellow Club Members. Come forward and get involved. Let us all work together to make this year’s State Convention a memorable one as we celebrate 100 years of Lions and 75 years as District 14-E  Please copy PDG Tom Gregg on all information sent to the below chairpersons, at  Click “Read More” to see all the details….

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Don’t forget the DISTRICT RALLY!

The District 14-E Convention and Spring Rally is scheduled for Saturday, April 22, 2017 at the Ramada Inn in Greensburg. Registration for Voting and Lions Centennial-themed morning seminars ($5 inclusive) begins at 8:00 AM, with program beginning at 9:00. Luncheon and Cabinet meeting follows ($15.00). Hospitality presented by Mt. Pleasant Twp. Lions at 5:00, and Spring Rally Dinner at 6:45 ($25.00).RSVP is due by April 10, 2017 to 2nd VDG Charles McGrew, 3358 Pike Street, Herminie, PA 15637. Click here for the Registration Form.

Anyone wishing to stay the night at the Ramada after the Spring Rally Dinner can contact John Mizikar directly at 724-552-0610 to make reservations. Room rate is $94.00 + tax per night.

Youth Talent Show – April 28

This year’s talent show is moving to Greensburg Salem Middle School. The school is located by the Westmoreland County Museum in downtown Greensburg. The show will be held on Friday, April 28 and the curtain will rise at 7 pm.

District Calendar

Sat. Apr. 1, 2017
Manor Lions Club Chicken Barbeque
Rte. 993 & Sandy Hill Road
11:00 AM until sold out

Sun. Apr. 9, 2017
Slickville Lions Club Pancake Breakfast
Slickville American Legion
7:00 AM – Noon

Apr. 30, 2017
RSVP Deadline for The Miracle Worker tickets
See Convention Page for info

Mon. May 1, 2017
Deadline for Advance Registration for International Convention

May 19 – 21 2017
District 14-E hosts PA Lions Convention

Seven Springs Mountain Resort

Fri. Jun 30 – Tue. July 4, 2017
Lions Club International Convention
Chicago, IL

DG Message ~ March 2017

Hello Lions, Lioness and Leos,

March has arrived, daylight saving time begins and spring will soon be here. There is still much to be done before this Lions Year ends. Some things that should be strongly considered is holding a membership night, attending the District Convention and Spring Rally, participating in The World Wide Week of Service to Protect Our Planet, and attending and helping at this year’s State Convention at Seven Springs Mountain Resort.  read more…

VDG Notes ~ March 2017

Spring into Action!

As they say Lights, Camera, Action. With the weather trying to lift, so does our spirits. For many of us it is time to take action. We all have the list of to do items around the house that needs done once the weather breaks, but does your club have an action list also?

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2nd VDG Notes ~ March 2017

Losing our Vision

Ever since Helen Keller asked the Lions to be the knights of the blind, the Lions have helped individuals with vision problems. Vision problems can be corrected with glasses, while some can be corrected through surgery. We have supported this through many ways, by recycling glasses and giving new glasses to individuals. “Dry” Macular Degeneration is an eye problem that slowly removes your vision. There is no specific time frame when your vision will be lost. The “wet” version of this eye problem can be corrected through surgery, if caught in time. Without the research that the Lions help support, this could not be possible. Our PA Lions Eye Research/Sight Conservation Foundation is also assisting in this and other groundbreaking vision research.   read more…

Peace Poster 2017: Future of Peace

It’s the 30th anniversary of LCI’s Peace Poster Contest! Clubs can invite young artists in your communities to submit a poster design that expresses the theme “The Future of Peace.” The contest is a great way to connect with your community and encourage youth to express their vision of peace.

Children aged 11–13 are eligible to participate. Peace Poster kits are required for club participation and are available at the Lions Club International website at