JAMMU ROYAL LIONS donating utility items at Railway Station Jammu !
Chartered: September 18, 1995
We have proudly served the Jammu people for over 18 years!
Our members are very different in many ways, but we share a core belief - our community is what we make it. That's because we help where help is needed. In short, "We Serve".
Here are some of the things our new club President, Lion Guatam Singh Jamwal has assured the house that he will work with utmost zeal and dedication in promoting goodwill among the masses and shall undertake various projects in the field of leadership training, child development, efforts to improve our communities – and protect the environment.
Some of the activities done recently by the club :
Region Conference of Lion Amit Jandyal, was held on 6th March 2013 at Jammu Club, Jammu. Lion Sunil Watawala, International Director, from Srilanka Was Chief Guest and Gh.Hassan Mir Minister for Agriculture J&K Govt. was the Special Guest.
Donated Wheel chairs Dustbins and Strechers to Swami Vivekanand Cheritable Hospital Ambphala, Jammu on 6th March 2013.
Celeberated Lohri Festival on 12th January 2013 At JRC Homes for Physically chalanged children. School is in very pitiable condition and needs great attention.
Flaged off Lion Hemant Agarwal's Cycle expiditon spreading the message UNITY IN DIVERSITY, INDIA'S SPECIALITY from Jammu- Amarnath to Leh between 19th June to 15th July 2014 from Narwal Fruit market on 19th june 2014.
If you (or your friends or family members) would like to become involved in an upcoming project, or join our Lions Club, you can contact us in one of these three ways:
- Call Lion Rajesh Gupta Distt. Officer at +919419185440 web: madanlalandsons.in
- Email or Call one of our Club Officers Lion Ajay Kapoor Club secratary and request more information
- Attend one of our monthly membership meetings to learn more about our group
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