District 2-T2 Lions Clubs International

Multiple District 2, Texas

 

DISTRICT NEWS HIGHLIGHTS

DISTRICT 2-T2 REMEMBERS PDG CHUCK FISHER

Lion C. L. "Chuck" Fisher, who served as District 2-T2 Governor in 1992-1993 passed away January 3, 2016 from complications following a fall. He was 90.

 

He became a Lion in 1958 and served in numerous capacities on both the local and district level. He was inducted into the Texas Lions Hall of Fame in 2012.

 

Click here for a link to PDG Chuck's obituary.

 

District 2-T2 sends its thoughts and prayers to Past First Lady Nita, sons Eric and Mark, and the other members of the Fisher family.

 

PDG Chuck will be greatly missed by all.

 


 

DENVER CITY LIONS CLUB RENOVATES HOME

 

The Denver City Lions Club recently donated labor and supplies to install siding and paint the exterior of the home of an elderly couple in town.  The project was a great success since it added to the comfort/care of the couple--while adding value to the home. In addition, the renovations made the neighborhood more attractive. District 2-T2 commends Denver City Lions Club for their hard work and dedication to community service!!

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

2015-2016 INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT'S THEME

Peace, hope, determination, teamwork and uniting people through service are central elements of International President Jitsuhiro Yamada's theme for 2015-2016. 

Follow this link to learn more about the program!

WHAT DO LIONS DO??  WE SERVE!!!

 

 

Here's just a few of the humanitarian service projects that Lions in District 2-T2 have completed in the past few months.

  • Decorated bulletin boards at a local school.

  • Assisted at a local church nursery.

  • Supported local food banks.

  • Collected used eyeglasses

  • Sponsored campers at Texas Lions Camp-Kerrville.

  • Placed American Flags during holidays.

  • Held a Back To School luncheon for teachers.

  • Transported a couple to their doctor appointments.

  • Assisted with Toys for Tots collection.

  • Participated in a school reading program.

  • Held monthly bingo games for assisted living residents.

  • Preparation of sack lunches for those in need.

  • Collected aluminum cans for Ronald McDonald House.

  • Helped with FFA fundraising dinner.

  • Held Elementary School book giveaway.

WHERE THERE'S A NEED--THERE'S A LION!  WE SERVE!

DID YOU KNOW??

 

Helen Keller attended the Lions Clubs International Convention in 1925 at Cedar Point, Ohio.  She challenged the Lions to become knights of the blind in the crusade against darkness.  Since then, Lions Club members have worked to halt preventable blindness and restore sight.

 

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