Lions School For Deaf & Dumb Children, Sector 18-D, Chandigarh



Success story of Lions Club Chandigarh (HOST)

Lions Club Chandigarh was chartered in the year 1960.  Due to some administrative problems, the club went in to status quo, which was re-chartered in the year 1965 on February 11.  The club came out with permanent project of Lions School for Deaf and Dumb children in the year 1978 under the leadership of Lion K.S. Sandhu, the then President.

The building of the School for Deaf and Dumb children came into existence as a result of earnest collective efforts of Lion S.N.Kohli, Lion K.K.Sawhney, Lion K.S.Sandhu, Lion Umesh Batra, Lion B.K.Sood, Lion Harish Gupta and Lion Vijay Aggarwal along with other members.  Since its inception, the school is delivering outstanding results.  During the last 32 years of the school has rehabilitated more than 400 deaf and dumb children who are leading honorable life, today.  Beside this permanent project, this club has rendered numerous humanitarian services to community of Chandigarh at large and to the down trodden in specific in the last 43 years of service.

This club has always been pioneer and led the District by offering Three Governor to the Lions International movement which includes MJF Lion K.S.Sandhu (1983-84) and MJF Lion K.K.Sawhney (1991-92), who have set many milestones in the movement.

MJF Lion K.K.Sawhney also led the Multiple District 321 as Council Chairman and Area Forum .The club has provided leadership to the District. The club is the largest club of the District and having as many as 33 Past President and dozen of Region Chairman and other District Chairman and largest number of Melvin Jones Fellow.  In the year 2006-2007 has the proud privilege of being Number One Club in LCIF Contribution.  The Club has sponsored the largest number of club in the District so far.

The club has grown with the City-Beautiful Chandigarh


 Our Motto is "We Serve"





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