Written By: Linda Pugliese on August 28, 2015 at 8:10 pm

Lions for Hope 1-303621_385210088210627_1491749_nAlmost 10 years ago District 4-C6 started raising funds for City of Hope so that we could all walk along The Embarcadero in San Francisco with 1000 other people also raising money for the treatment, education and research for Breast Cancer in our first Walk for Hope.  We raised over $10,000 that year.

The Walk for Hope has evolved over the years and we now walk for Women’s Cancers, Women’s Cures at City of Hope in November.  We’ve raised over $50,000 for cancer research over the years.  Lions for Hope is starting the campaign for 2015.  Our goal is $5,000 – but let’s raise that and try to match those first-year donations in honor of our Lions, relatives, and friends who have battled women’s cancers – breast cancer, ovarian cancer, uterine cancer.

Contact Linda Pugliese for the dates of short local walks and the Walk for Hope in Los Angeles on November 8, 2015.

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Written By: John Schroeder on August 28, 2015 at 4:21 pm
From U.S. Department of the Treasury:  “The new $10 is also expected to include a tactile feature that will assist the blind and visually impaired in denominating currency. This note will include new accessibility features. In addition to the other steps we have taken – large, high-contrast numerals and the distribution of currency readers – tactile features will meaningfully improve access to currency for the blind and visually impaired community.”
Vote Helen Keller on the $10 bill.  https://thenew10.treasury.gov/share-your-ideas/submit
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Written By: Linda Pugliese on August 24, 2015 at 12:45 pm

Join Scales of Justice Lions onGDB 13315

September 5, 2015 at noon

Guide Dog Graduation Ceremony and

Tour of the California campus of

Guide Dogs for the Blind

350 Los Ranchitos Rd, San Rafael, CA 94903

Attending a graduation ceremony at Guide Dogs for the Blind is one of the best ways to really get acquainted with our program. We advise guests to bring their tissues, because it’s always a moving event, commemorating the efforts of our students and their dogs over their past weeks in class. Puppy raisers say goodbye to their graduating dogs, and the graduating class members bid farewell to return to their homes and families with new partners by their sides.

Space is limited.  We will be car-pooling to San Rafael and meeting in San Jose at 10:00 a.m.

For more details contact Linda Pugliese, President
Scales of Justice Lions
(408) 406-8509

Written By: Linda Pugliese on August 19, 2015 at 9:00 am

SAVE THE DATESAVE THE DATE

August 22 at 9:00am

District 4-C6
First 2015-2016 Cabinet Meeting

FIRST CABINET MEETING AGENDA

4th & Torres
Carmel, CA 93921
Directions –  Take Highway 101 South
Highway 101 South to Highway 156 (towards Monterey)
Continue on Highway 156 till you get on Highway  CA-1 South
HWY 1 to CARPENTER to THIRD AVE.  Parking lot is on the left.  Walk out to the EAST side of parking lot and turn Right.  Cross the street and that’s CARMEL YOUTH CENTER!

BRING CLOTHES, CHILDREN BOOKS AND NON-PERISHABLE GOODS FOR THE PHILIPPINES!

  • Second Cabinet Meeting November 14th, 2015

Palmer College of Chiropractic
90 East Tasman Drive
San Jose

  • Third Cabinet Meeting February 20th, 2016

 

Written By: 4C6 Webmaster on August 13, 2015 at 3:20 pm

District 4-C6 Lions Club Members,

2016floatrendering2sThis is to urgently request your Club to financially support with a $100 donation the Lions Club International’s Rose Parade Float, which is being prepared in conjunction with the 2016 Tournament of Roses.  This year’s float resonates well with District 4-C6, as it is called “Camps for All Abilities” and its focus includes Lions supported summer camps for children with diabetes.  Five youths representing summer camps in California we support have been selected to ride on the float!  Yes!  

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Written By: 4C6 Webmaster on August 13, 2015 at 12:27 am

Don’t know where to find it?  Click on About at the top of the page and you will see District Governor’s Visitation Schedule 2015-2016.  Or click this link:  http://www.lions4c6.org/about/district-governor-visitation-schedule.

Written By: Linda Pugliese on August 11, 2015 at 10:07 am

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Charter Night for the new
San Jose Downtown Lions Club

Sept 26th. 6:00pm

DeAnza Hotel
233 W. Santa Clara St., San Jose

$45 will include light dinner

Installing officer PID Dr. Bill Iannaccone

Guiding Lions Linda Pugliese and PDG Becki Stange
Contact IPDG Karen Fillmore for more information

Written By: 4C6 Webmaster on August 8, 2015 at 2:53 pm

Children's Dignity

As District Children’s Services Chair, I would like to notify you that Lions Clubs are encouraged to aid children the week of August 30th – September 5th per LCI President Dr. Jitsuhiro Yamada. Report your activity on MyLCI and earn a Centennial Banner Patch!

Click here for more information.

Lion Lois Ferber, District Children’s Services Chair

 

Written By: Steve Brown on August 4, 2015 at 11:26 pm

Scotts Valley Lions Club’s Annual Golf Tournament will be held on September 11th at the beautiful Boulder Creek Country Club. See the attached Flyer for details and sign-up information.

Golf 2015

Written By: Val Isaacson on August 3, 2015 at 8:30 am

LIONS DAY AT DYF’S CAMP DE LOS NINOS
WEDNESDAY 8/12/15  3 PM – 7:30 PM
YMCA CAMP CAMPBELL
16275 HWY 9, BOULDER CREEK, CA 95006

Thanks to all of you who supported the Diabetes Camp Fundraiser for kids with Type 1 diabetes on May 30th. The event was very successful with over $25,000 raised for this year’s camp. Many thanks to all of the clubs who donated outstanding raffle baskets and to all of you who bid on the silent auction items.   Without all of your support for coming and for those who helped either before or at the event, the event would not have been nearly as successful.

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