Lions District 4-L4
Serving Southern California
Orange County and Portions of
Los Angeles & San Bernardno Counties



Lions Hot-Links

  • The Lions Club International Web Site
    Translated in eight languages, with an on-line newsletter, international president's message, membership, youth activities and eyeglass recycling information plus numerous resources.
    • Personal and Club Supplies - purchase from the Lions site
    • Lions Learning Center - Online instruction
    • Membership - Join the Lions Club.
    • Youth Programs - Lions Opportunities for Youth Committees are organized at the club, district and multiple district levels. Programs include: Leo Club, Lions International Peace Poster Contest, Lions International Youth Camp Program, Lions International Youth Exchange Program
    • Member and Officer Reports - for sending information to the International.


  • Multiple District 4 Lions
    Multiple District 4 represents the Lions organization in 15 Sub-Districts within the State of California.

  • Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation of Southern California
    A3, L1 through L6 districts in California
    We are an organization dedicated to helping the blind and the hearing impaired.


  • California Lions Friends in Sight
    Providing vision screenings and recycled eyeglasses for residents of California and Mexico.

  • Lions Project for Canine Companions for Independence
    Canine Companions for Independence (CCI) pioneered the concept of training specially-bred dogs to help people with disabilities other than blindness. Founded in 1975, CCI was the first in-depth program of its kind. Not only does CCI teach dogs the skills to bring independence to people with disabilities, they teach people with disabilities the skills needed to master an exceptional dog.

  • Lions Low Vision Services "L.O.V.E" Program
    The L.O.V.E. Program, in cooperation with the Optometric Center of Los Angeles and the Southern California College of Optometry offer complete vision care services including such specialties as low vision devices and vision therapy. Patients of the program receive complete vision examinations and prescribed correction and treatment.

  • Lions Float , Inc.
    The Lions Float, Inc. is a non-profit corporation that provides organization, support and fund-raising for the annual Lions float entry in the Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, California. The officers and members of the board of directors are elected annually from the Council of Governors, Vice District Governors and Lions nominated from Multiple District Four.

  • Western Lions Ear Foundation - California, USA
    The Western Lions Ear Foundation was established to coordinate Western Lions financial support to organizations who's main purpose is the research and treatment of ear and hearing problems.

    The initial project of the Western Lions Ear Foundation is the Western Lions Ear Foundation Fund at the House Ear Institute. This Fund was established in 1996 by the transfer of $247,000 from the Western Lions Ear Foundation to the House Ear Institute. The Foundation proposed that they would add to the Fund annually with the intent to build the corpus to $1,000,000.

  • Lions Camp Teresita Pines
    Residential camp in Southern California for the hearing impared, now wheel chair accessible. Operated and supported by Lions of MD4. A non-profit camp.

  • Lions Wilderness Camp for Deaf Children
    The Wilderness Camp, sponsored by the Lions Clubs of California and Nevada, is where a deaf child age 6 to 15 can learn outdoor skills and enjoy the wonder and beauty of nature to the fullest extent.

  • Lions On-line Lions Club
    Lions On Line Lions Club is a group of lions from around the world, meeting on a weekly basis, discussing common issues including service projects, leadership, fund raising, and the state of Lions Clubs International. LOL is the sponsor of the Postcard Project for Terminally Ill Children.

  • LionNet - California

  • Lions Clip-Art Graphics
    Here you will find a collection of Lion caricatures clip-art that may be useful for newsletters, programs, flyers, and other Lions activities. If you find a graphic that is not contained here, please consider e-mailing it to the webmaster for inclusion in this collection.


Last update: 11 July, 2013
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