Bushy Run Lions BBQ 9/25

Sunday September 25, 2016, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. or until sold out
Bushy Run Lions Community Building
3010 Church Street, Claridge, PA

$9.00 per meal, includes chicken, a roll, cole slaw, cookies, and a drink. Eat-in, take out, and drive through available.


Global Membership & Leadership ~ Workshops

The Global Membership and Leadership Teams are offering regional membership and leadership workshops below.  Please distribute this information throughout your districts, as these are open to all interested Lions, most importantly, members of membership and leadership committees, both district and club, zone or regional chairpersons, District GMT and GLT teams, 1st and 2nd Vice-District Governors and Past District Governors.  If you have attended our sessions in the past, don’t let this stop you as much of the information will be new.

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Find these in the newsletter:

Find complete information in the Newsletter:

  • Fliers and forms for various club events
  • Monthly Membership & Activities Report (prev. month)
  • Veterans Affairs info
  • Project photos, and more!

Club Support Session – Oct. 17

The next Club Support Session will be Mon. Oct. 17 at the Westmoreland County Blind Association.  The meeting starts at 6:30pm with the Extra Focus Activity 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!

Lions of PA Leadership Institute

Lions of Pennsylvania will hold the annual Regional Lions Leadership Institute (RLLI) in Harrisburg on November 11-13, 2016. The Institute focuses on building the skills of Lions members for leadership opportunities at the club and district level, including club president, zone chairperson, as well as other positions.  Thanks to partial funding through Lions Clubs International and the Lions of Pennsylvania, the fee has been kept to $150.00 per participant. Your own district may also have leadership training funds available. Please contact your District Governor or District Global Leadership Coordinator.  Your fee includes training, accommodations and meals. Space is limited to 34 lions, and each is limited to 2 participants.  Click here for the RLLI application form.

District Calendar

July 15 – FRI   Knights of the Blind Golf Open
Donegal Highlands Golf Course, Donegal

July 17 – SUN   Lions Appreciation Day
PA Lions Beacon Lodge, Mt. Union, PA

Aug 5-6   PA Lions State Council Meeting
Red Lion Hotel, Harrisburg PA

May 18 – 21, 2017   District 14-E hosts PA Lions Convention
Seven Springs Mountain Resort

DG Message ~ Sept. 2016

Hello Lions, Lioness, and Leos

Here it is September already; the third month of the Lions’ Year; the year will soon be ¼ over. Clubs that take a break for the summer have resumed their meetings. Schools are back in session and our Leo Clubs are setting their goals for the year. September is a very busy time of the year for everyone.

Has your club engaged our youth this year? There are many ways this can be done. Order a Peace Poster Kit for your school district. This is a great way to engage students ages 11, 12 or 13 years old. Invite a Leo Club to help your club with a service project. read more…

VDG Notes ~ Sept. 2016

What makes YOU a Lion?

It is a simple little question, but it most definitely can have a wide array of answers. First and foremost, YOU WERE ASKED! We all know that to become a Lion you have to be asked (sponsored) by a Lion. And with a few of us out there in our District, we were asked maybe a couple of times before we made that decision. read more…

2nd VDG Notes ~ Sept. 2016

As many of you know, our neighboring district, 14M, had a flood emergency around Connellsville. Our district has an Alert Team chairperson to help any club if needed during an emergency. Each club should submit a contact person to the chairperson. This would allow the district to communicate in times of need. Also each club should contact their local emergency management individual to include the club in the community alerts.
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