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A-2 Policy & Procedure Manual
January 15, 2023


Lions Club Speaking Cards/Notes
Everything You Need to Know About Lions


MyLion - Tutorial
Recently Updated - January 2022

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Organizational Structure of a Model Club

Standard Club Constitution 2023-2024


Club Excellence Award 2023-2024



Club Membership Chair - e-Book

Club Membership Guide


Membership Satisfaction Guide

Conducting an Effective Lions Exit Interview

Club President & First V.P. - e-Book

Club Secretary - e-Book

MyLION Reporting - Instruction Booklet

Club Service Chair - e-Book

Club Marketing &
Communications Chair - e-Book

Club Treasurer - e-Book


Installation of Club Offiers
Updated for GAT Positions

District A2 Constitution

Updated February 2016

District A2 Bylaws
Updated March 2016


Candidate Nomination and Endorsement Form


District A-2 Convention Manual - Updated February 2017


Club Resource Documents


District A-2
Community Needs Assessment
PDF Format - Updated

 District A-2
Commuity Needs Assessment
MS Word Format - Updated



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Survey PDF Document
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Lions Clubs International Provides Funding Support For These District Activities 

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Membership, Leadership & LCIF Grant Information



 Lions of Canada Fund Donation Form
LCIF Contributions
 - MJF/PMJF Eligible

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Lions Life Membership Application


Lions Quest Canada - Award Information


CNIB Member Awards





Lion Homes for Deaf People - Helen Keller Award



Lions International Graphic Identity

Correct Lions Logo
For Print and Electronic Communications

Recently there has been discussion amongst clubs/districts about which logo to use online and in print.
The two-color logo (left with the yellow tongue) is the only official logo that clubs/districts/MDs should be using in print and in electronic format (anywhere online, such as websites and social media, emails, presentations, etc.)
The full-color emblem (right with the red tongue) should not be used electronically or for print. 
Refer to "2.6 of the Graphic Identity Manual" in regard to the full-color emblem: “Usage should be limited to embroidered patches and other club supplies items. It should never be used in print or Web applications.”

This has been in effect since 2008.



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