|Timestamp||Your Name: (Can be left blank)||What are your reasons for belonging to the club.||What are your favorite Local Projects.||Do you have any ideas to encourage potentials to join our club?||Do you know of another organization that we could maybe partner with to help both groups?||Please Suggest Another Project We Could Do, Either Fund Raiser or Work Project.||Please Suggest Anything to Help Our Club.||Enter a 9 to submit form|
|Don Gibala||You can't find a nicer more trustworthy bunch of people in our community. Butler Lions are servants to community need and to those who could use a hand. I am honored to be part of this opportunity to give back to my local community and to community needs worldwide.|
Lions is the largest and greatest volunteer humanitarian service organization in the world... 1.4 million Lions in 210 countries... Who would not want to belong to something this great... Glad I caught the wave many years ago ... what a great learning experience I have had so far, and you can't imagine how self-actualizing this has been over three decades of Lionism for me.
|Too many to count... Diabetes Awareness is always close to my heart. Our Butler Adopt a Highway program is over 25 years old and serves our local environmental initiative very well.I remember the year we planted over 13,000 trees in the 5-county district which was the largest number statewide...also a great environmental initiative. We brought in $82,500 to start the diabetes awareness facility at the Community Health Clinic and over $75,000 to the Butler Blind Association for programs and facilities for the Blind and visually impaired... Lions is way too big to mention all they do to serve mankind.||If you have that heart to give back to others in need when they are in need, or to give back to your community in any way you can, then you have the heart of a Lion and are already sharing the common bond that brings us all together in service. Everyone has different reasons to become a Lion. It can be a vested interest, or a convincing friend or family member, church, school, work ,play, leadership skills,project management and volunteer work, new ventures, any number of reasons.I am always amazed that I can run into so many Lions from so many places in the world and we are all bound through such a common giving mindset. We are so much alike in the wealth of sharing Lionism among us, and seeing unbelievable results to better the lives of others as well as our own.Lions is a warm win-win in every regard.|
|John Houston||I feel I am doing the work God wants me to do, "To Serve". As a Christian I am using Lions as a means to serve others as part of my response to God & Jesus for assuring my salvation and forgiveing my sins. Serving with other Lions is very easy and fun. Fun to me is working on a project, which I know will help someone, with a group of other Lions.||Adopt-A-Highway Road Cleanup, Selling Fund Raising Products (Brooms,Garbage-Bags,Sausage,Roses,Xmas-Trees,Etc.), Recycling Eye-Glasses,Cell-Phones,Cell Phones, Youth Outreach (Youth-Field-Day,Camp Cadet,Visually Impaired Sports, Butler Twp Baseball), Butler Meals on Wheels, Any activity where a group of lions gather to help a person in need or do something to help the community||I think deep down all people desire to help somebody in need. We offer you that opportunity.|
|Barry Flecken||Being a Lion has given me a new circle of friends and a chance to serve the community. Lions help fund blind charities and diabetes awareness, plus other organizations in the Butler area. Butler Lions had a big role in establishing the Community Health Clinic.|
My aunt, who was blind was present with Helen Kellar at the very first Butler Lions meeting nearly 100 years ago. My mother had vision problems all her life. Two uncles spent most of their lives as lions. Becoming a lion has let me keep their memories alive.
|Dean Jones||When I retired I looked for something that would interest me. The Lions were a good fit for me.|