Love Without Borders One of the world’s foremost blind humanitarians, Sabriye Tenberken teaches Tibetan Braille to a young girl named Kungsang. A German native, Tenberken created a Braille script for the blind in Tibet and cofounded Braille Without Borders. Meat and Greet The mascots of the Milwaukee Brewers, the Klement’s Racing Sausages mingle with youths at the Wisconsin Lions Camp in Rosholt. The camp offers an archery range, a climbing tower, a mud pit, a zip line and a beach for children and adults with disabilities. Campers also enjoy grilled hamburgers and hot dogs–but the racing sausages reportedly made a hasty exit before the coals were warm. Rabid Ears and Eyes Children keenly take in the sounds and sights of the Toronto Beaches Lions Easter Parade, a tradition in our 2014 international convention city since 1966. Nearly 50,000 people watch the parade in the Beaches neighborhood, known for its quaint architecture and wide sidewalks. Many community groups take part in the parade. But Lions are the kings of this jungle on parade day: the official parade guidelines stipulate “there is only one Easter bunny” and that is “the one provided by the Beaches Lions Club.” Digital LION Parades and Lions have always been a good mix, even as far back as nearly 75 years ago. See how Lions showed their pride in country and club just before World War II (October 1941 LION) at www.lionmagazine.org.
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