Our April 2020 meeting scheduled for Monday, April 20th has been cancelled due to COVID-19
31th Annual Lions International Peace Poster Contest
The theme for the 2018 -2019 contest is “Kindness Matters”. In the past we have sponsored contests at Elkins Pointe Middle School, Crabapple Middle School, The Cottage School and Queen of Angels Catholic School.
Posters will be judged at the beginning of November. This contest is for boys and girls ages 11 – 13 years old.
The winners of the 2018-2019 contest at each school will each receive a $100 check and will be honored at a dinner meeting (usually in January). One poster from each contest will advance to the District 18-L Contest. Contest rules can be viewed at Peace Poster Rules and Guidelines page.
If your school is in Roswell and you would like to participate in the 2018-2019 contest email PeacePosterContest@roswelllions.org
Note: Contests local to Roswell are coordinated by the Roswell Lions Club as part of the Lions International Peace Poster Contest. We supply the contest kit and work with you to judge the winner(s). Winners of each school contest advance to the District 18L contest. Winner of the District 18L contest advances to the MD-18 Lions of Georgia contest. The winner for Georgia then advances on to the Lions International contest.
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LIONS CLUBS INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT GUDRUN YNGVADOTTIR • 2018–2019
Part one of our three-part series of 2017-2018 presidential videos—showcasing International President Gudrun Yngvadottir’s call for Lions to chart their course and reach the service that lives ‘beyond the horizon.’
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Accomplished people from around the world have led our great association in its over 100-year history. While each international president brings a unique perspective and expertise to Lions Clubs International, there has (and always will be) a single constant that unites all Lions: service. With this as a guide, each president is committed to helping clubs increase their service, and as a result, their impact on our local and global communities.
There’s a world of service yet to be reached, even by Lions. During International President Gudrun Yngvadottir’s year at the helm of Lions International, we’ll reach within our district, clubs and selves to reach levels of humanitarian good the world has never known.
International President Yngvadottir’s programs and initiatives will focus around four key elements of Lions International that are important to moving the association forward.
1) Moving membership forward
2) Increasing leadership development
3) Promoting the fellowship of Lions
4) Sharing our stories
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