Lions Clubs International’s first-ever virtual convention format gives every Lion around the world the opportunity to connect with each other and partake in the excitement that is LCICon. You’ll be able to experience all your favorite aspects of convention, including:
Touring virtual exhibit halls
Connecting and networking with fellow Lions
Enjoying world-class entertainment
Hearing from leaders and keynote speakers
You’ll also have the opportunity to partake in a virtual parade of nations and virtual flag ceremony! Delegates registered for LCICon, whose clubs are in good standing, will be able to cast their votes virtually for the first time ever. Click here for more information.
Spring Rally/Cabinet Mtg & SOCIAL
Saturday, April 17 , 2021 - The Lamplighter, Delmont. 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM.
8:30 AM Registration/Breakfast
10:30 AM Cabinet Meeting
1:00 - 3:00 PM Necrology Service, Lions Time Line Game, Presentation on Diabetes, NoAMI, and Official Shaving of DG Chuck
Delmont Lions Club Annual Youth Talent Contest - VIRTUAL EVENT
April 30, 2021
Open to area students Grades 1-12. Three divisions (Elementary School, Middle School, High School). Application available by clicking here. Applications also available at your school, the Delmont Library or email email@example.com.
Deadline to submit application and video: April 30, 2021.
Call 412-551-0327 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
If you would like to set up a virtual (online) Zoom meeting for your club, board, or committee, please contact Zone Chair Jeff Jordan at JeffreyBob14E@gmail.com.
PID Cindy Gregg KIDSIGHT FELLOWSHIP
The PID Cindy Gregg Kidsight Fellowship is available to honor a Lion who serves above and beyond. The purpose is to support the 14-E Care-A-Van Project in purchasing and maintaining equipment and training volunteers. A donation of $250 is required to award the fellowship (cannot be used as a District project donation). Click here for the Fellowship Application!
Virtual 5K to support
April 23-25, 2021 - benefitting Four Diamonds fighing childhood cancer.
Supports research, patient financial support, and expert medical care.
District 14-E will assemble a directory of clubs county-wide where used durable medical equipment ranging from hospital beds to wheelchairs, shower chairs to mobility assistance devices. Does your club collect and distribute these items? Please let Zone Chair Jeff Jordan know by email at JeffreyBob14E@gmail.com.
27th of the Month
All information must be submitted to Lion Lisa Gismondi by the 27th. This date coincides with your club submission for the Membership and Service reports. If received after that date, it will be included in the next month’s report.
COMMUNITY SERVICE Volunteer Form
No experience needed - please consider giving some of your time to help those in need.
Lions have had a long history of serving their community in times of need. District 14-E is proud to continue that long standing tradition by putting together a team of Lions willing to share their skills to help our neighbors during difficult times. Whether it is helping to clean up and rebuild after a natural disaster (flooding, tornados, etc.) or just helping a person in need,
we want to be ready to lend a hand. Please fill out this form if you would be willing to help with a project or two. You do not have to have a specialized skill, to be part of this program but if you do please let us know.