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Objectives  of  Lions  Club

The Lions  Club  is a  non-political,  non-sectarian,  non-secret  organization  established for  the  purpose  of  bringing  together,  at  regular  intervals, public-spirited  and  progressive  men and women  from  the various  business  and  recognized professions  for  their  mutual  advantage, and  that  their  combined  influence may be  systematized  and utilized  for  the welfare and  up-building  of  their  city  and community  and  for  the benefit  of  society  at large.

Outgoing President Duane Winegardner welcomes new President Alvin Cummings by passing on the ceremonial head-dress

Outgoing President Duane Winegardner welcomes new President Alvin Cummings by passing on the ceremonial head-dress at the last meeting, the Lions Park picnic.

Its  objects are  to unite its  members  in  the closest bonds  of  friendship;  good  fellowship; and  mutual  understanding;  to  encourage active participation  in  all  things  that  have to  do  with  commercial and  civic betterment; to  uphold  the  principles  in  furthering  the interest  of  its  members  and  in  bringing about  a  better  understanding among  men, women and the  peoples  of  the  world: to  teach  that organization,  cooperation and  reciprocity  are better than  rivalry,  strife  and destructive competition.

Membership  is  acquired  by  invitation only.  It  endures  for life  unless  forfeited  by misconduct  or by manifesting  a  spirt  of  non-interest  in  the  club's  activities,  or  for  other good  and  sufficient  cause.

 Norman Lions have been a part of community service since 1920 and our growing, dynamic club features fantastic programs, great fellowship, and  a chance to make a difference in the lives of others! Join us this Tuesday at noon for our weekly meeting! (See calendar for schedule of meeting dates)

 

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Lions Clubs International is the world's largest service club organization with more than 1.4 million members in approximately 46,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world.

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