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Colleyville Lions Club Supports Charities

MANY THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS, PARTICIPANTS AND VOLUNTEERS! Because of You We are Able to support our Local, State and International Charities. YOU HELP US MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

The Colleyville Lions Club Fundraisers – Hole0in-One Golf Tournament and Breakfast With Santa – raised $19,750 to distribute to the following charities.

2-E2 Eyeglass Recycling Center

Anchors for Life – Lions Quest

Backpacks for the Homeless

Colleyville Library Large Print Books

Colleyville Middle School Choirs

God’s Country Kids

GRACE

Hope Farm

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

Leader Dog for the Blind

Lighthouse for the Blind

Lions Organ & Eye Bank

Mid-Cities SOS – Support our SafeHaven

North Texas SNAP

Presbyterian Night Shelter

Sports Extravaganza

Texas Lions Foundation

Texas Lions Camp Bus

TLERC

World Services for the Blind

2018 – 2019 Youth Contest Opportunities – Lions District 2E2

PEACE CONTEST (Nov. 15, 2018)

  • Theme: Kindness Matters
  • Ages: 11, 12 or 13 as of November 15, 2018
  • Prizes: (3 places; Gift Cards) $100, $75, $50
  • Requirements: hand done, greater than 12 x 20 in., smaller than 20 x 24 in., no mat or frame, no lettering or numbers, 2-dimensional only: capable of being rolled for mailing in a tube

DRUG AWARENESS POSTER CONTEST (Jan. 19, 2019)

  • Theme: The Dangers and or Consequences in the Use of Drugs or Tobacco
  • Divisions (4): Grades 3-4, 5-6, 7-9, 10-12
  • Prizes (3 places in each Division; Gift Cards); $100, $50, $25
  • Requirements: hand drawn (no cut and paste) on poster board, 14 x 22 inches only
  • Judging Criteria: quality, clarity, originality, spelling

DRUG AWARENESS SPEECH CONTEST (Jan. 19, 2019)

  • Theme: Abuse, Addiction, and Recovery
  • Grades: Junior or Senior
  • Prizes (3 places; scholarships): $1,500*,  $1,000, $500
  • Requirements: 5 – 7 minute speech (text recited from memory)

DIABETES AWARENESS ESSARY CONTEST (Jan. 19, 2019)

  • Theme: Diabetes in Sports
  • Grades: Junior or Senior
  • Prizes (3 places; scholarships): $2,000*, $1,500, $1,000
  • Requirements: up to 1,500 words
  • Judging Criteria: content (60%), recitation (25%), English (15%)

OUTSTANDING YOUTH CONTEST (Jan. 19, 2019)

  • Grades: Junior or Senior
  • Prizes (2 places; scholarships): $1,000*, $1,000
  • Requirements: biography, interview, transcript, 3 letters of recommendation, 750-1,000 word essay “Be the Change You Want to See in the World”
  • Judging Criteria: community service/leadership (35%), interview (30%), grade point (5%), letters of recommendation (15%), essay (15%)

* Winner advances to the State Contest on June 1, 2019 to compete for additional prizes

 

Events

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LIONS CLUB DISTRICT 2-E2

SPEAKER: District Governor Stan Hall

DG Stan Hall will be sharing information about our District and the great things in store for us as we move through this Fiscal Year of 2021-2022.

DISTRICT 2-E2 ANNUAL CONVENTION – LEADERSHIP MEETING

April 9-10 2E2 Convention Agenda

2-E2 Election 2021 pdf Delegate Authorization Form

Text Box: 2021 District 2-E2 Convention Holiday Inn Trophy Club, Texas April 9-10, 2021

ANNUAL CALL TO CONVENTION

                  District Governor, Lion Mary Alice Layland, cordially invites you to the Annual District Convention to be held on April 9-10, 2021 at the Holiday Inn, Trophy Club, Texas.

Complete Agenda and Delegate Authorization Form Attached.

 All clubs are eligible to have a voting Delegate if they are in Good Standing with Lions Clubs International and with District 2-E2.  Each club has one (1) voting Delegate and one (1) Alternate for every 10 members.

We are honored to have as our special guest PIP Joe Preston who will share his talents of singing and playing the piano, along with his wisdom and passion about Lions.

Now is the time for all Lions to register and come to their District Convention April 9-10, 2021.

We Serve & We Change Lives

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DISTRICT 2-E2 EYEGLASS RECYCLING

SPEAKER: Lion Courtenay Martin

Join us for breakfast and learn more about our District 2-E2 Eyeglass Recycling center and the process of recycling used eyeglasses.

Dennis Hilleren

DISTRICT 2-E2 DRUG AWARENESS COUNCIL

SPEAKER: Lion Dennis Hilleren, Drug Awareness Council Chair for District 2-E2

Lions Organ and Eye Bank

2-E2 ORGAN 7 EYE BANK

SPEAKER: Julie Camacho, President Lions Organ & Eye Bank

The purpose of the Lions Organ and Eye Bank of District 2-E2, Inc. is to promote the conservation, restoration, and transplantation of human organs and eyes, and the prevention, treatment, and research of blindness and diabetes.

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LIONS ORGAN & EYE BANK

SPEAKER: Lion Julie Camacho, President of the Lions Organ & Eye Bank for District 2E2

DISTRICT 2-E2 GOVERNOR

SPEAKER: 2020/2021 District Governor Mary Alice Layland

District Governor Mary Alice Layland joined the River Oak Lions Club in 1989, moved to the Saginaw Lions Club and has been a member of the Cleburne Lions Club since 2013. She has served as President of both the River Oaks and Saginaw Lions Clubs and is currently on the Board of Directors of the Cleburne Lions Club.

In District 2-E2, she has served as Zone Chairman, President of the Officers Council, and Chair of the USA/Canada Leadership Forum. DG Layland has also held leadership positions at both the State and International level. She holds life memberships in the Organ & Eye Bank, Julien C. Hyer Youth Camp and Drug Awareness Council. She is a Melvin Jones Fell and recipient of the Albert & Viola Brown Humanitarian Award in 2016.
In addition to her work with the Lions, she has been active in several Independent School Districts and currently serves Meals on Wheels.

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Colleyville Lions Eyeglass Recycling Center (ERC) Workday NOT OPEN YET

Colleyville Lions members meet the 3rd Saturday each month at the Watauga Recycling Center, evaluating, cleaning and cataloging donated eyeglasses.

Volunteers clean the eyeglasses that get through the initial usability screening and then examine them with a lensometer to determine the prescription. They are then packed into boxes according to prescriptions and stored until volunteer humanitarian groups need them.

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Colleyville Lions Eyeglass Recycling Center (ERC) Workday NOT OPEN YET

Colleyville Lions members meet the 3rd Saturday each month at the Watauga Recycling Center, evaluating, cleaning and cataloging donated eyeglasses.

Volunteers clean the eyeglasses that get through the initial usability screening and then examine them with a lensometer to determine the prescription. They are then packed into boxes according to prescriptions and stored until volunteer humanitarian groups need them.

District 2E2 Eyeglass Recycling Center Logo

Colleyville Lions Eyeglass Recycling Center (ERC) Workday NOT OPEN YET

Colleyville Lions members meet the 3rd Saturday each month at the Watauga Recycling Center, evaluating, cleaning and cataloging donated eyeglasses.

Volunteers clean the eyeglasses that get through the initial usability screening and then examine them with a lensometer to determine the prescription. They are then packed into boxes according to prescriptions and stored until volunteer humanitarian groups need them.