Volume 42 * Issue 4 * October 2014

Abbeville Lions Screen Children at District Office

Local Lions helped out with the Abbeville County School District's Child Find project recently, screening children for vision with their PediaVision machine.  Child Find is a program offered by the Abbeville County School District to provide opportunities for hearing and vision screenings for kids.  Read Complete Article

South Carolina Lions are on the Move
Greetings Fellow Lions, this is a great time to be a Lion.  We are doing a lot of things right.  First, we are focusing on the needs of the community with all of the service projects we have going on in our clubs.  Second, we are screening more citizens of South Carolina than we ever have thanks to the use of our Spot cameras, and providing more eye surgeries.  

91st SC Lions State Convention

 Fellow Lions..........Mark your calendars for March 26-29, 2015 for the 91st South Carolina Lions State Convention to be held in Myrtle Beach at the Ocean Dunes Resort on Ocean Blvd.  That is a beautiful time of the year to be at the beach so make your plans to join us.  

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Charity Raffles Nearing the Final Vote

In the spring of 2013, the non-profit sector worked so hard to help get legislation passed to make charitable raffles legal.


We now ask your help with the next to last hurdle.  On November 4th the necessary constitutional amendment will go before the voters.


The attached flyer provided by the South Carolina Association of Non-profit Organizations is designed for you to share with your club, volunteers, friends and others to help them understand why YES is the way to vote. 


Please save the flyer and forward to everyone who can help us succeed on November 4th.


Thanks for your help.  

Raffle Flyer
MD32 Year-End Financials
Multiple District 32 has completed a year-end audit. Financial reports are included below.
IRS Tax Filing Reminder
990N Tax Filings are due from every club by November 15th.


Annual Secretary of State Filing
SC Secretary of State Exemption Filings are due from every club by November 15th. THIS IS NOT AN OPTION; IT IS THE LAW! Form attached.

Hats Off To District

32B Lions

District 32-B Article

"Strengthen The Pride" is our international president's theme.  I can say that my pride has been strengthened by visits to the clubs in 32B.  I have really enjoyed the hospitality shown to me and to see the enthusiasm club members demonstrate talking about their projects and fundraisers.  As I have previously stated, it comes down to, "what can the district do for the clubs" and not "what the clubs can do for the district".  

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Think Before we Speak and Act

District 32-C Article

 "Darn, I've done it again." Barney Fife, after shooting his empty pistol.  October is one of the designated membership months. Although we do well recruiting, we are like Barney shooting ourselves in the foot when retaining Lions because of our behaviors.  I give some examples, from the top to the bottom. Read Complete Article

Marlboro County Lions in Action

When Ashley Johnson from the Marlboro County Lions Club contacted Jennifer Hyduke at the Marlboro County Department of Social Services in July and inquired if any of the DSS Clients are in need of air-circulating fans, Jennifer's first thought was the elderly and the youngest clients (our most vulnerable).  She contacted Pat Broughton, Adult Protective Services, and other caseworkers at DSS to compile a list of those with the most need. 
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Exchange Students visit Mullins

PID Dr. Franklin Mason lounges in rocking chair surrounded by 14 pretty and handsome Foreign Exchange Students when visiting the Mullins Lions Club. After a tour of the South Carolina Tobacco Museum, the students and chaperones were treated to a bountiful meal at the famous Webster's Manor.  Read Complete Article

 "We just have to ask somebody, Somebody with a heart like you!"

District 32-D Articles

I believe many of you have heard the above quote, as we have shared International President Joe Preston's theme song at each club we have visited so far.  It pertains to "Growing Our numbers and Strengthening the Pride"!  We will not be able to do either or both until Lions can overcome their FEAR of rejection, when asking someone to join our clubs.  Yet, unless we "Ask" and continue to "Ask", we will never know if those around us are interested or even know who we are and what we do in our communities. Read Complete Article

Blythewood Lions Receive Membership Awards

At a recent Blythewood Lions Club meeting, Lions Rhett Hair and Bob Cox received recognition for membership growth.  Both lions received the Silver Membership Growth Award Pin and a letter of appreciation from 2013-14. 

Tega Cay and Fort Mill Lions Coordinate Vision Screenings

"Local Lions Clubs hope early detection can help lower the number of Fort Mill students who struggle with vision problems", said Hope MacBride, program coordinator for the Tega Cay Lions.

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New Certified Guiding Lions!

District 32D will have 8 more Certified Guiding Lions (CGL).  On September 6th a CGL class was conducted in Winnsboro.  2ndVDG Paul Dove with the assistance of his wife Lion Bobbie Dove and the Winnsboro Lions Club hosted the CGL class at the First United Methodist Church.  

PINS HAVE ARRIVED! Trading Pin Order Form 2015
Trading Pins for the 2015 Honolulu Hawaii International Convention have been ordered and will be available the week before the USA/Canada Forum. Please download the your Order Form to place your advance order. Click Here for Order Form

SC Lions Multiple District 32
866-32-LIONS * www.sclions.org

"WE SERVE" the vision and hearing needs of 
South Carolina residents.


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