District 21-B 2016-17 Cabinet 

LCI Forward

LCI Forward strategic plans will encompasses four areas of focus and strategic initiatives: (1) Enhance Service Impact and Focus; (2) Re-shaping Public Opinion and Improve Visibility; (3) Pursue club, district and organizational excellence; and, (4) Improve membership value and reach new markets.   Log on to LCI Forward for more information.  A power-point presentation is available on this site's "Useful Forms" page.


​21-B Lions (and PIP Joe P) joined with 200+ Lions for a group service project at the 2016 USA/Canada Lions Leadership Forum and packaged over 100,000 bags of food that were donated to the Omaha Food Banks as part of the "Feed the Hungry" project.

​          District 21-B consists of 43 active clubs in southern Arizona, ranging from the Valley of the Sun desert areas of Mesa in the north and Casa Grande in the west, Nogales in the south near the Mexico border and over to Douglas in the southeast and the high desert areas to Morenci in the east near the New Mexico border.  

           Clubs share a rich history of service starting in 1923 with Tucson Downtown Lions Club to our newest club, University of Arizona Campus Lions Club.

District clubs support our own charity, Lions Club International Foundation (LCIF) and these projects:

            C. Kirby Smithe Lions International Youth Exchange

            Arizona Lions Eyeglass Recycling Terminal (ALERT)

Additionally, we support Arizona MD-21 Lions projects: 

            Lions Foundation of Arizona (LFA),

            Lions Sight and Hearing Foundation (LS&HF),

            Arizona Lions Camp Tatiyee, and

            Melvin Jones Lions International Memorial (MJLIM). 

We also support special project, Arizona Lions Vision Center.


    International President Bob Corlew's Theme



VOPA - Volunteer Organization Protection Act ​Please read and take action regarding the following link:  http://e-district.org/userfiles/340/file/VOPA%20%5B1146861%5D.pdf



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