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Lions Clubs International

  This is the official site of Lions International. It contains a great deal of information about Lionism, our international charities and projects, and much more.

Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF)

  The official site of the Lions Clubs International Foundation. LCIF is the grant-making arm of Lions Clubs International. Its mission is to support the efforts of Lions clubs worldwide in serving their local communities as they carry out essential humanitarian service projects.

LionNet International

  This is a major world-wide network for Lions clubs and related organizations. From here, you can access any club or Lion bulletin board in the world, build your club's web site, and connect to a host of other activities.

LionWap (Lion Wireless Application Protocol)

  This is an experimental project that hosts Lions Club web pages that can be accessed using wireless devices such as cell phones. This service is free. The pages can also be accessed on the Web, so it is an easy way to get a club web page up and running. Some 2,400 Lions Clubs currently have Wap pages, among them our own Burlingame Lions Club.

The Europa Internet Lions Club (EILC)

  EILC is a major European-wide internet Lions Club that develops European-wide support for a wide variety of international projects and provides a variety of European-wide services to its members. This is one of the models for Lionism in the 21st Century. Well worth visiting and thinking about!

The USA/Canada Lions Leadership Forum

  It mission is "to develop leaders, motivate and educate attendees, provide an open exchange of ideas, and support programs and goals of Lions Clubs International." It does so very effectively. It is well worth the journey.



Lions Multiple District 19

  Serves British Columbia, Washington and Northern Idaho, your portal to nine districts and nearly 500 clubs.

District 19-H

  The style and location of this website changes with each new Governor. If this link does not work, use the MD19 link, above, and select the "District Sites" link.

Lions Eyeglass Recycling Center for the Northwest

  This MD19-wide Lions organization recycles tens-of-thousands of eye glasses each year, redistributing them through a network of organizations and clinics in countries around the world.

Northwest Lions Foundation for Sight & Hearing

  This MD19-based Lions organization supports numerous programs in sight and hearing care, including the Lions Health Screening Unit and Patient Care Grants for children and adults in need.

Lions Camp Horizon

  Lions Camp Horizon provides a summer camp experience for handicapped people of all ages.

MD-19 Lions Youth Exchange

  Here you can find out all about the Lions Youth Exchange Program in the Pacific Northwest and apply to be a traveling youth or an exchange family.



Zone 19-H1


We are in Zone H1 along with clubs from Fairhaven, Harbor View, Birch Bay, Everson, Ferndale, Lynden, Mt. Baker and Sumas. The Zone provides training for club officers and other services. Use this web link to find out when and where these clubs meet, and to email their officers.

Frank Haskell Lions Eye Clinic


The Frank Haskell Lions Eye Clinic provides free eye examinations and eyeglasses to residents of Whatcom County.

Al Boe Lions Wheelchair Warehouse


The Al Boe Lions Wheelchair Warehouse provides loans durable medical equipment to people and Lions Clubs in the Pacific Northwest. Included are mobility equipment and items commonly used in the bathroom and bedroom.

Last revised: 01/01/2013

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