Seeing a brighter future with eSight

The following link below is about eSight that was written by staff writer David Bradley of The Robesonian.  The article is about the new technology of eSight and our very on Lumberton Lions Club.
By clicking on the link you will be taken to The Robesonian news article titled “Seeing a brighter future with e-Sight“.
The Lions of District 31N in North Carolina are proud of the Lumberton Lions Club for looking at how they can help the people in their community and outside of their community.


New Updates Coming July 1

With District Governor Elect Rahim Shomari’s year beginning July 1, look for updates of Officers and Committee Chairs.  As soon as the Directory is ready, it will be posted on the website for download.  Passwords will be emailed to club presidents and secretaries.


Burgaw Lions

The Burgaw Lions have been busy. They
participated in the JDRF Walk for Diabetes:
Zone 5 which includes Pender and New
Hanover Counties and raised $1030.
Held a Peace Poster Contest: pictured here is
Bill Woodell, contest chairman, Doug Lloyd,
art instructor at Penderlea School: 1st place
winner: Victoria Hounshel 2nd: Allison Ward
3rd: Zooey Yowell

And last but not least the Burgaw Lions
Club raised $2596.53 in ticket sales and
donations with the gun raffle. Thanks
to Eastern Outfitters for supporting us

with the gun purchase and providing a
great place to sell tickets! Pictured here
is Mike Helsabeck drawing the winner,
Bettie Fennell, president, and other
members. The winner was Mack Coleman
of Hampstead, NC.
Bonnie Bloodworth, Publicity Chair, Burgaw Lions

Anderson Creek Lions Club

Eye Screening at Anderson Creek Primary School
The Anderson Creek Lions Club assisted the Western Harnett Lions Club doing an eye
screening at Anderson Creek Primary School.
Anderson Creek Lions

We tested approximately 243 students and referred 23 children to the school nurse and eye
doctor for further testing for eyeglasses.

Welcome New Lion!

The Fayetteville Community Lions Club held its first meeting of the year on January 11.
Our guest speaker was Nichole Corbett and her guide dog Cookie Monster. Nichole is
completely blind and works for the Vision Resource Center in Fayetteville. Her story was
motivating and inspirational. She has not allowed the fact
that she is blind to slow her down one bit! We enjoyed her
immensely and she had such a great time, that she joined our
club. She is now Lion Nichole!

District 31 N & S Mid-Winter Convention

It’s that time.  CONVENTION TIME!  Time to see some old friends and learn something new.  You can download the convention ad form and registration.  District 31S has been working hard on putting together a great convention.  As always if your club or yourself would like to take out an ad in the Directory please download the form and sent it in.  And last you can register for the convention by downloading the form and sending it in.



Walk with LCIF

Walk the World with LCIF

LCIF is proud to partner with Johnson & Johnson Vision Care Companies to provide Sight for Kids. Now, you can walk, run, or bike to raise money for Sight for Kids wherever you are in the world. Simply download the Charity Miles app on your smartphone, select “Sight for Kids,” and take a walk! LCIF will receive a donation for every mile logged. Supporting this vital initiative has never been easier! To date, Lions have raised nearly US$15,000 through Charity Miles! This equates to almost 150,000 miles biked or almost 60,000 miles walked or run. Keep going, Lions!Charity Miles Logo