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District 4-L4 oversees about 35 Lions clubs in Orange, San Bernardino and Los Angeles counties, California. The district is divided into seven Zones. The district provides expertise, training and assistance to ensure the success of all the clubs in the district and serves a communication nexus between the clubs and Lions International.

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Meet Your Zone Chairs

Watch this space for information about these lions. Our next featured Zone Chair is the ZC from Zone E Mike…

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Lion Steve Lacey takes the oath!

On a 'normal year'.....over 750 District Governors from around the world gather at the International Convention to be formally sworn…

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Helping The Community

The Boys & Girls Club of Stanton reached out to the Stanton Lions Club for help in providing students with…

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84th Annual Student Speakers Contest

The Council of Governors has chosen "Distance and Online Learning: Pros and Cons" as the topic for this year's contest...…

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District Leaders- Take on NAMI Positions

It is a term that many Lions will not be familiar with. What in the world is a ‘NAMI’? It…

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Peace Poster Winner from Tustin Host Lions Club

Our District Peace Poster winner is Alice Yu, age 13, who is an 8th grade student at Orchard Hills School.…

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Lions are members of community service clubs, dedicated to the idea that the men and women who live in a community are in the best position to know who needs help and why. More than 46,500 strong, these local clubs are part of the world’s largest such organization, with over 1.4 million members serving in more than 210 countries and areas. The association is both non-political and non-sectarian. Lions are now best known for their sight-related programs, including SightFirst, the world’s largest blindness prevention program.

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