See You Later Seaweed

See You Later Seaweed On Saturday, November 17, 2018, more than 100 Hawaiian Leos, Lions, and friends partnered with the Malama Maunalua non-profit to pull nearly 6,000 pounds of invasive alien algae from Maunalua Bay in east Oahu. The seaweed, called gorilla orgo, out-competes native algae and coral leading to shifts in the ecosystem and […]

Food for Thought

Food for Thought A Dade City, Florida resident leaves the Norma Godinez Education and Arts building with bags full of cereal, canned goods, and pasta. Dade City is home to a large population of farmworkers who work the fruit and vegetable fields that blanket the state’s interior. Farmworkers often work long hours picking food that […]

Into the Wild

Into the Wild Ho`opono Services for the Blind in Honolulu, Hawaii helps those with vision impairment transition to a life without sight. Here, as part of their week-long camp to promote employment they take a group of students on a hike.

School’s In For Summer

School’s In For Summer For two years Shivani Sharma, 8, (in purple, raising her hand) has attended a Nepalese School started by Lions. The school is a place for her to connect to her roots and meet others with the same cultural background. Here she’s learning how to combine the letters of the Nepalese alphabet […]

Eyes to the Future

Eyes to the Future Lions listen to a young volunteer as they wait to board their Memorial Day float. The Lions Clubs of Washington D.C., Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia have participated in the National Memorial Day Parade in Washington, D.C. for the past 11 years. More than 150 local clubs march with the float. From […]

Easy Riders

The Almaguin Highlands Lions in Ontario couldn’t hold their annual bike rodeo this year due to the coronavirus, but that didn’t stop them from creating a vibrant bicycle course to show kids of all ages how to hone their bike handling skills.