The Latest from Social Media and the Web Be a Part of #Lions100 Excitement is building quickly for Lions’ centennial celebration, and clubs are putting that excitement into action by joining the Centennial Service Challenge. Get connected to the projects serving 100 million people throughout the world by posting photos and project results to social media sites along with #Lions100. With the hashtag #Lions100, your photos will join the stream of posts on sites such as Twitter (below) and Facebook, giving your projects a broader sense of impact and inclusion to the vast centennial service efforts. Tudela Golden Lions, Philippines @TudelaLionsClub we just fed 150 children & gave 186 reading glasses http://ow.ly/Bani5 #Lions100 #weserve Salami Shehu Adebayo, Nigeria @Enugieru Ilupeju Lions Club celebrated Melvin Jones' Birthday (Relieving the Hunger Campaign) #lions100 Bridgewater Academy Lions Club, Massachusetts @BwaterAcadLions 954 pairs donated glasses washed/sorted + Melvin Jones Birthday Party. 21 Lions (5 clubs)+5 volunteers. #LIONS100 Lions Club Porbandar, India @lionsclubofpbr Lions club porbandar relieving the hunger to the blind #LionsClub #lions100 #centennial Featured Digital Club The Menomonie Lions in Wisconsin welcome visitors to their website with a Lions’ blue and yellow color scheme. Navigation tabs easily guide visitors through the club’s history, many projects, ways to get involved and the latest events. Find out more about this active club’s online presence at lionmagazine.org. Facebook Feedback In February we asked Lions who have been to Hawaii or plan to go for the upcoming international convention what’s on your “must do” list. Here are a few of your top tips: Terry Tosch I can't attend, but have to tell everyone to see the Cultural Center and Pearl Harbor. If you're there long enough, do some island hopping. I would love to click my heels 3 times and be there. Ulrich Walter Definitely take a trip to Haleiwa Town on the north shore, and if you have time, you may take a boat trip for whale watching. Walk up to Diamond Head on a bright morning. The Bishop Museum and the Aloha Tower are also on your map, as well as Iolani Palace and the Royal Hawaiian Hotel. The Honolulu Zoo is also quite exciting and the Pali Highway will take your breath away. Enjoy! Aloha. Watch for the next Facebook and Twitter question on April 7: Have you ever collaborated with other service or community groups in a project for your Lions Club? What was the experience like? Tell us what you did and how your groups worked together to bring the project to fruition. Find it at lions100.org Get ready for the Worldwide Week of Service coming up May 16-22 by making use of the many tools and resources available online. Your club won’t want to miss this opportunity to join fellow Lions around the world help children in need for this Centennial Service Challenge. Download the event flyer, a press release, project ideas and social media tips. Find out how to report your service to earn a Centennial Banner Patch for your club. Connect with Us Online: lionsclubs.org/web Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to submit a comment or make a story suggestion for our editors.
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