Lion International & Districts Links and Resources.
||Find a Lions Club|
Click this link to find a Lions Club near you.
||Lions District 4-L2 Web site|
This is our district web site.
||Lions Graphics for Web or Printing Projects|
At this site you will find a collection of Lion clip-art images, animated graphics, logos, and emblems that may be useful for newsletters, programs, flyers, and other Lions Club activities. The clip-art is not, however, useable for commercial applications since the origins of these graphics cannot be verified to be royalty free.
||LionNet Web Site - Find other Lions Clubs and Resources|
LionNet is a voluntary cooperation network of Internet services of Lions Clubs International.
A great number of Lions clubs, districts and multidistricts have opened their own services on the Internet using World Wide Web.
||Lions Multiple District 4 Website|
Multiple District 4 represents the Lions organization in 15 Districts covering California and an Administrative Office in Santa Barbara, California.
MD4 is governed by the District Governors and Vice District Governors from the 15 Districts of California and is known as the 'Council of Governors'. The Council Chairman is elected from the preceding year's District Governors.
Lions Clubs International
||Lions Clubs International Website|
Lions Clubs International website - includes helpful information about Lions clubs around the world, Lions Vision, Hearing, and Youth Programs, and additional resources. Lions Clubs International (LCI)are an international network of 1.3 million men and women in 200 countries and geographic areas who work together to answer the needs that challenge communities around the world.
||Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) website|
Helpful information about Lions Clubs International Foundation - LCIF provides matching funds to local Lions clubs for worthwhile projects that reach beyond the scope of what a local club can support
||Arcadia Host Lions Club|
Arcadia Host Lions Club
||Bell Gardens Lions Club|
Website for Bell Gardens Lions Club outlining their events and projects
||City of Industry Lions Club|
City of Industry Lions Club
||City of Industry Royal Lions Club|
Website for City of Industry Royal Lions Club outlining their events and projects
||Downtown Long Beach Lions Club|
Website for Downtown Long Beach Lions Club outlining their events and projects
||East Los Angeles Lions Club|
East Los Angeles Lions Club
||East Valley Lions Club|
Website for East Valley Lions Club outlining their events and projects
||East Whittier Lions Club|
Website for East Whittier Lions Club outlining their events and projects
||Hacienda Heights East Valley Lions Club|
Hacienda Heights East Valley Lions Club
||Maywood Lions Club|
Website for Maywood Lions Club
||Montebello Lions Club|
Website for Montebello Lions Club outlining their events and projects
||Norwalk Lions Club|
Website for Norwalk Lions Club outlining their events and projects
||Pasadena Host Lions Club|
Pasadena Host is the oldest club in the district, chartered in 1920. It is the proud host of the New Year's Eve Breakfast, which supports the Lions Clubs International Float in the Rose Parade on New Year's day.
||Rosemead Lions Club|
Rosemead Lions Club
||Rowland Heights Lions Club|
Website for Rowland Heights Lions Club outlining their events and projects
||San Marino Lions Club|
Website for San Marino Lions Club
||Whittier Host Lions Club|
Whittier Host Lions were chartered in 1922, and have recently celebrated their 85th year of providing people in their community an opportunity to give something back. Please check their new and improved weekly Main Lion to keep up to date on their activities and events.
District 4-L2 Club Websites
||Lions in Sight |
Lions in Sight is involved in all aspects of eyeglass recycling, processing and distribution. Lions Eye Foundation and many District 4-L2 Lions clubs send collected eyglasses to them and they clean and process the glasses, and distribute them to temporary and permanent clinics throughout the world.
||Lions Sight and Hearing Foundation of Southern California|
The Lions Sight and Hearing Foundation of Southern California (LSHFSC) owns and operates our Lion eyemobile. The calendar for the Eyemobile is on this site and you can download the form to reserve the unit. LSHFSC also sponsors eye needs of Southern California in the area of financial grants for cornea transplants, instruments for corneal protection and retrievable corneas.
District 4-L2 Project Websites
||South Pasadena Leo Club|
Website for South Pasadena High School Leo Club activities and events
||Wilson High School of Hacienda Heights|
Website for Wilson High School Leo Club activities and events