Written By: Karen Fillmore on April 15, 2015 at 2:53 pm

flyer“Celebrating Differences”, An Event for youth and adults with differing abilities will be held Saturday, April 25, 2015 2pm to 5pm at the Milpitas Sports Center, 1325 E. Calaveras Blvd, Milpitas. Assembly Member Kansen Chu, Assembly District 25 will be one of our Sponsors for this District Lions Event.

Come participate or volunteer. We are grateful to Assembly Member Kansen Chu for his support and taking the time out of his busy schedule to be at our event and be with children and adults in our community who will be honored on this day.

Other Sponsors will be the Milpitas Police Dept, The Milpitas newspaper “The Post”, the Lions Project for Canine Companions, and the City of Milpitas and Mayor Jose Esteves who graciously was able to arrange the donation of the beautiful Milpitas Sports Center for this event. Thank You to all of our Sponsors.

Written By: Linda Pugliese on April 7, 2015 at 6:18 pm

downloadPLEASE NOTE the change of date and time for the District 4C6 Student Speaker Contest.

When:  Friday, April 24, 2015, 7:00 p.m.

Where:   Sunnyvale School Admin Office
825 W. Iowa Ave. Sunnyvale
Map (Corner of Iowa and Pastoria)


Written By: 4C6 Webmaster on April 6, 2015 at 10:13 pm

OutlookJoin the Mission Trail Lions of Carmel
for our 6th Annual “Spring Fling” Fundraiser

Rancho Canada Golf Club – 4860 Carmel Valley Road, Carmel

Thursday, April 23, 2015
6:00pm No-host cocktails
7:00pm Dinner

$50 per person

Buffet Dinner and Silent Auction

Buffet includes: Assorted salads, prime rib carving station, fresh
baked salmon, rice, potatoes, vegetables, rolls, served dessert and coffee service




Written By: 4C6 Webmaster on April 6, 2015 at 12:55 pm

flyerCelebrating Differences!

Saturday, April 25, 2015
2:00 – 5:00 PM Milpitas Sports Center 1325 E. Calaveras Blvd.

An event for youth and adults with differing abilities

Join us for an afternoon of fun individual sport challenges and games with your family in an inclusive environment! Activities planned are for individuals ages 7 & over with disabilities.

For More Information Contact:

MariCris Benitez, Event Chair, (408) 430-7830

Karen Fillmore, Governor, District 4-C6 Lions
(408) 813-5106 karenfillmore@gmail.com

Written By: Jeanine Healy on March 31, 2015 at 9:15 pm

Stop-Hunger-Now-FlyerSave the date for another great Stop Hunger Now event.  The San Martin Lions will host a food packing session on Sunday, May 31, 2015 starting at 8:30 am.  Unlike previous Stop Hunger Now campaigns the district has held, this session will be paid for by the San Martin Lions Club.  This event is a wonderful opportunity for all Lions Clubs, Leo Clubs, and Lioness Clubs.  For more information, download the Stop Hunger Now Flyer.

Written By: 4C6 Webmaster on March 30, 2015 at 11:18 pm

downloadDistrict 4-C6
52nd Annual Convention

May 6-10, 2015
“Dance to the Music”

Red Lion Woodlake & Conference Center
500 Leisure Lane, Sacramento

Please make check payable to your club and give to your club treasurer. Registration is not complete until Convention Committee receives payment with club check NO LATER THAN 4/15/15. Read the rest of this entry »

Written By: Linda Pugliese on March 30, 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 and we get to create our own event.  We’ve raised over $50,000 for cancer research.  Lions for Hope is starting the campaign for 2015 and our walk will be on August 30 along the Guadalupe River in downtown San Jose.  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 breast cancer, ovarian cancer, uterine cancer.


Written By: Jim Isaacson on March 25, 2015 at 12:26 pm

The one and only, the 55th annual,  WILD GAME FEED is on Thursday, June 11.

This unique, “beyond a BBQ”, event is held at Napredak Hall, 770 Montague Expressway, San Jose. It is organized by Cupertino Host Lions and the net proceeds support the charitable work of Cupertino Host Lions Charities, Inc. Our two well known ‘hands-on’ charitable projects are the Fish-A-Thon for children and adults with special needs and the Navajo Project – collecting and transporting donated items to Gallup, New Mexico.

Cupertino Host Lions invites Lions and non-Lions to this great event. The food is diverse and plentiful, the raffle has over 60 items (raffle items related hunting including over 30 guns and dinner & wine raffle items) and there is a live auction.

Dinner, Mug, Beer or Soft Drink, and Raffle Ticket   ………….. $90

Dinner only   ………….. $60

Tickets on line at     https://wildgamefeed2015.eventbrite.com     or

Lion Wayne Nishiura – waynen@argowin.com

mail to Wild Game Feed, 1517 Crespi Drive, San Jose, CA 95129

People wishing to volunteer Thursday during the day to help set-up or to help during the event can contact Lion Wayne Nishiura.



Written By: Karen Fillmore on March 25, 2015 at 12:55 am

HELP requested for the Food Bank in Salinas, Calif that distributes food to several agencies for Seniors and Children. The Food Bank has the largest supplies of food in Monterey County. The food bank was apparently set fire by what is believed to be arsonists. I am checking into an Emergency Grant from LCI. In the meantime if any of our District Lions Clubs can help, please contact Salinas Host President, Natalia Bazzola at nbazzola@yahoo.com

This is the message from Pres Natalia, Salinas Host Lions.

Our local food bank was the target of an arson fire and their supplies are now gone. They help supply an extremely large population of our community. I have attached a couple of links for the articles regarding the fire.

I have asked for my Lion’s club to donate, but I would like for the District to lend a hand. Lion Liz and Lion Jan are constantly around the district and available to bring items back to the community, and I can always make arrangements to bring items this way as well. Anything will help.

Thank you!

See web sites for more information:




Written By: Linda Pugliese on March 9, 2015 at 10:47 pm

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