Written By: Linda Pugliese on January 17, 2015 at 11:37 am

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Melvin JonesSunday, March 8, 2015
11:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Cinnabar Hills Golf Club
23600 McKean Road, San Jose
(Hwy 101 south exit Bailey Ave turn right dead ends into McKean Rd. turn left  )

11:00 a.m.        Reception/Social
noon                 Lunch
12:35 p.m.        Program

Please make sure you or your clubs order your Melvin Jones awards in time for this event.  Notify LCIF Chair Greg Snow on anticipated awards  questions greg@snowbittleston.com or 408-354-8500.

$50.  Checks payable District 4-C6.  Mail checks to:

Marlene Duffin
5941 Drytown Place
San Jose 95120
Marlduffin@aol.com

No reservations accepted at door 

Written By: Malgorzata Czajka-Hernik on January 15, 2015 at 2:20 pm

SVHL 3rd St. Patrick Dinner 03.15.2015

Sunnyvale Host Lions would like to invite our friends, people with open hearts and those who love good time and food,as well us all of you who want to support our community,

to the 3rd Annual St. Patrick Dinner.

As we did before, and as we are know for, we will cook for you delicious and juicy corn beef, potatoes, carrots, cabbage, we will bake soda bread and dessert. Do not worry, we will not forget about our vegetarian guests.
Join us on Sunday, March 15th in Elks Lodge, 375 N. Pastoria Avenue, Sunnyvale.

We start at 4 pm with No Host Cocktails. Dinner will be served at 5 pm.

There will be raffle prizes with all proceeds going to the many community services and projects that Sunnyvale Host Lions support.

For more info see the attached flyer SVHL 3rd St. Patrick Dinner 03.15.2015

 

 

 

Written By: Linda Pugliese on January 14, 2015 at 8:47 am

3rd DISTRICT 4-C6 CABINET “WESTERN ROUNDUP” MEETING

Sat., Feb 28, 2015
San Martin Lions Hall
8AM TO 3:00PM

8am to 8:50am Breakfast hosted by / Morgan Hill Lions

9:00 Call to Order- Host RC 3 Jeanine Healy

Lunch Served by Greenfield Lions

Guest Speakers: Lion Gina Casteneda; Pdg Lion Ronnie Martin LCI Consultant Extension Workshop; and Pdg Gary Wong LCI Area Membership

More Information to follow/ Save the Date.

Written By: 4C6 Webmaster on January 14, 2015 at 12:29 am

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Date Sat. Jan 17th. Time changed from 11am to 1:00pm at the same locaton:

 Milpitas Community Center, 457 East Calaveras Boulevard, Milpitas. Please email Thelma Batillo  at tbatilo@yahoo.com if you are sending or have sent a photo from your Lions Club.
Written By: David Martin on January 8, 2015 at 11:42 am

CCinco de Mayo Flyer 2015 - 2015-01-08 - General

PDF Version of Flier

Written By: lglions on January 3, 2015 at 11:03 am

Los Gatos Lions Club Cioppino Dinner
Saturday, January 31 – 6:00pm to 10:00pm
Howley Hall, St. Mary’s Church
219 Bean Ave., Los Gatos

$50 per person
Cioppino Dinner Flyer 2015

Written By: Steve Brown on December 30, 2014 at 1:09 pm

Scotts Valley is presenting their first annual Pasta for Sight Fundraiser. Net proceeds will help to provide sight and hearing care for our community. Menu includes Harvey’s authentic meat sauce, pesto sauce, salad, Konrad’s famous garlic bread and dessert. Dinner to be held:

Friday, Jan 16th @ 5:30-8:00pm

Scotts Valley Senior Center

370 Kings Village Rd, Scotts Valley. 95066

Cost is $15.

For tickets or info, call PDG Steve @ (831) 438-2678 or email pdgsteve@sbcglobal.net

Written By: Linda Pugliese on December 19, 2014 at 8:00 am

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The Lions Environmental Photo Contest provides a way for Lions to portray, through an original photo, their pride and commitment to improving, protecting and preserving the environment. Every Lion from a club in good standing can enter a photograph of his or her immediate surroundings into the club-level Lions Environmental Photo Contest.  Club contest winners are submitted to the District and District winners are submitted to MD-4 NO LATER THAN January 15.

Entry Guidelines

This year’s Lions Environmental Photo Contest includes the following five categories:

  • Animal life
  • Plant life
  • Urban or natural landscape
  • Weather phenomenon
  • Special theme: Lions’ Pride in our Environment
    • Capturing the magnificent beauty and grandeur of our natural environment

Click here to view Last year’s winners.

Click here for Environmental contest_official_rules.  Contact Lions Environment Chair Thelma Batilo for further information.

Written By: Carol Worthington on December 17, 2014 at 9:57 pm
The poster for Willow Glen Lions Wine Tasting will also be framed and signed by the artist, for a drawing at the end of the wine tasting.

The poster for Willow Glen Lions Wine Tasting will also be framed and signed by the artist, for a drawing at the end of the wine tasting.

On Friday, February 13, 2015, the Willow Glen Lions Club will be holding their annual wine tasting at Joseph George Fine Wines in Willow Glen.

The folks at Joseph George are enormously generous, allowing our club to sell tickets, and they run the tasting at no charge — PLUS, we make a % from any wine that’s sold that evening, as well.

Tickets for this event are $30 and it includes tasting at least 4 wines. And of course you’ll enjoy an array of the amazing hors d’oeuvres that Willow Glen Lions is so well-known for.

Tasting starts at 5 pm and goes to 7 pm. At the end of the tasting there will be an opportunity drawing for a signed and framed wine tasting poster, and during the event there will be a silent auction for a huge chocolate gift basket, just in time for Valentine’s Day!

Tickets are on sale NOW and would be an awesome holiday gift for anyone on your list who likes fine wines. OR… Get four tickets and gift two to another couple — and enjoy it yourself! 

Tickets can be purchased by calling Michelle Jackson at (408) 264-7310.

Advanced ticket sales ONLY. We’re limited to 80 attendees, so avoid disappointment and get your tickets soon.

Written By: Jim Isaacson on December 17, 2014 at 1:52 pm

The subject title should read: The screening was a success but true success is when all students needing professional examinations receive those examinations and all vision and hearing issues are addressed.

While the screening is complete there is significant follow up:

++  Work with Luther Burbank School to have parents notified of their students’ status and to have parents assist in getting their students to complete examinations where needed.

++  Arrange appointment times with three to five optometrists for the complete examinations of about 35 students.  Then ensure Luther Burbank School promotes closure/ensures students have the examinations.

++  Determine how to handle ‘referral’ of students needing complete examinations for potential hearing problems.

Please refer to Jim Isaacson any professionals who may help students reach the true success point. Read the rest of this entry »

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