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District 35-O Monthly Roar 'n Growl Newsletters

February 2022, Volume MMXXI, Issue 8

If you have questions and/or information for the District Newsletter please contact PDG Lion Harry Williams, 863-299-9575



Note: For Current Newsletter See Above!

2021-2022: January 2022October 2021September 2021August 2021July 2021

2020-2021: June 2021May 2021March 2021, February 2021, October 2020September 2020August 2020July 2020

2019-2020: June 2020May 2020April 2020March 2020February 2020, January 2020, December 2019, November 2019, October 2019, September 2019, August 2019, July 2019

2018-2019: May-June 2019, April 2019, Mar 2019, Feb 2019, Jan 2019, Dec 2018, Nov 2018, Oct 2018, Sep 2018, Aug 2018, Jul 2018 

2017-2018: Jun 2018, May 2018, Apr 2018, Mar 2018, Feb 2018, Jan 2018, Dec 2017, Nov 2017, Oct 2017, Sep 2017, Aug 2017, Jul 2017



Multiple District 35 Florida and the Bahamas Magazine

Fellow Lions & Leos,

Below  please find links to all available issues of the Multiple District 35, Florida and the Bahamas LIONS Magazine (Digital Edition). Within its pages you will find all you would expect to find in your Lions Magazine submitted by you the Lions of Multiple District 35.

We are always looking for articles detailing your Lions Club projects, fundraisers and events. No matter how big or small your event is, let the Lions of MD-35 know when and where it is. The MD-35 Digital Lions Magazine will be happy to advertise your events at no cost to the Lions of MD-35. Just send an email to using the guidelines found on page two (2) of your digital edition.

Thank you,

Lion Norma Jean Andrews, PDG
Florida and the Bahamas M 35Lions Magazine


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Mailing address is:
MD 35 Florida and the Bahamas Lions Magazine
700 West Devane Street
Pensacola, FL, 32534-3618


To DOWNLOAD a .pdf of the Magazine

If you need to download the magazine to a .pdf, click on the icon in the bottom right corner of  page 1 to increase the magazine to "full screen".  Click on the DOWNLOAD icon at the top right of the page. Click on DOWNLOAD .PDF.  From here you can either open the .pdf and print one or more pages or the entire magazine,  open and save to your computer for later reference, etc.


The new digital LION Magazine is optimized for phones and tablets, so you can read it when you want, where you want.   Click here to read the latest issue.
Projects of the Lions of MD35 Florida & The Bahamas
35-O Hearing Foundation

Provide eye exams and eyeglasses

Leo Club Programs provide youth with an opportunity for development and contribution, individually and collectively.
Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF - located in Oak Brook, Illinois) provides grants to Lions districts for humanitarian projects.

Project Right To Sight (PRTS)

Leader Dogs For The Blind located in Rochester, Michigan

Youth Exchange Scholarship Trust Fund (YESTF)

Florida Lions Foundation For The Blind - Provides sight care to the needy through out Multiple District 35.

 Lions Diabetes Awareness Foundation of MD-35

Florida Lions Conklin Center For The Multi-Handicapped/Blind (Daytona Beach, FL)
Florida Lions Conklin Center - Dress a Bed!

Braillist Association of Mid Florida in Orlando

Lions Eye Institute for Transplant & Research (LEITR) located in Tampa, FL

Southeastern Guide Dogs located in Palmetto, FL

Florida Diabetic Camps

Paws for Patriots

Florida Dog Guides for the Deaf located in Bradenton

International Hearing Dog Program 5901 E 89TH AVENUE HENDERSON, Colorado 80640 Telephone: (303) 287-3277 Fax: (303) 287-3425 Website:

Vision & Hearing Screenings

LCI Peace Poster Contest (Theme:  Journey of Peace)    Contest Ended.  Winner from Lake Sumter Club Entry.  
Florida Lions Trading Pin Club (FLTPC)

Florida Lions Eye Bank, Miami

North Florida Lions Eye Foundation in Jacksonville

Hernando County Lions Eyesight Foundation in Brooksville

Florida Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired in Ocala

Lions Project For Canine Companions For Independence (LPCCI) in Santa Rosa, California

Donate Life Florida - organ and tissue donors
Campaign 100 Pledge Form   Click here to donate.
Disaster Recovery Trailer
In 2018 District 35-O was awarded a grant to purchase a Disaster Recovery Trailer.  The trailer is outfitted with tools, supplies, and "Blessing Bags" to take to an area that had a disaster and has a need for assistance with Recovery.  The trailer is outfitted with the following tools:
Honda generators
Gas powered chainsaws
Gas powered leaf blower
Small air compressor with a hose
Come along
A standing work light
Tow chain, straps, and Rope
Safety Equipment: safety vests, dust masks, safety glasses, work gloves, and back support belts
Power cords: 50 and 25 footers
Water pump and hose
Garden hose
Hand tools:  axe, hammers, hatchet, socket wrench set, and pry bar
2-ton jack
Shovels – flat, spade, and debris
Misc:  broom, first aid kit, collapsible grill, propane tanks, water cooler, ice chest, folding tables, 10’ x 10’ pop-up tent, box fan, and tarps
Fuel and Oil:  two-cycle gas cans, bar oil, 5 gallon gas cans, gas stabilizer

In the event you need our assistance after a disaster in Central Florida, please contact Lion Daniel Fox Sr, 352-382-2127,

Bags to Benches Program
To participate in the Bags to Benches Program each individual club needs to sign up program   
After signing up the club will be sent an email to open their own account, set a start date, and then find a location where the bags can be dropped off. The bags will need to be dropped off in small amounts; not the 500 pounds all at once. 
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