Thanks to the generosity of the NPA and Mrs. Anna May McHugh, the Lions Clubs of Ireland are carrying out their annual Diabetes Screening at the National Ploughing Championship being held this week in Screggan, Tullamore, Co. Offaly. The incidence of diabetes is increasing at an alarming rate in recent years.
You are invited to visit Lions Clubs pavilion at the National Ploughing Championships where Lions plan to screen 7,000 visitors for diabetes.
You will find us at: Row 32, Stand 640..
Diabetes Grows in Farming Community
Ireland’s farmers are at a growing risk of contracting diabetes, recent research has shown.
Lion Sean Olohan, who composed a song Lions International from Wicklow says the only way to describe his trip to Las Vegas last week is ‘totally unbelievable and extremely spectactular’.
Sean who has performed to big audiences throughout Europe during his musical career but nothing
A new generation of Guide and Assistance Dogs will emerge from a breeding programme supported by Lions Clubs in Ireland.
The selective breeding programme pioneered by Irish Guide Dogs is designed to breed Guide and Assistance dogs
Immediate Past District Governor Teresa Dineen handed over her chain of office to Lion Frank O'Donoghue at a function in Clontarf Castle last night. Lion Frank is a member of Dublin Club for many years. The functon was attended by Lions from all over Ireland and a great night was had by all.
Carrick on Suir Lions Club welcomed 18 young people from the above programme on Wednesday June 27th 2018 . It was a glorious day and members of the Men’s Shed and Lions Club were out to in force to greet our visitors .
Carrick on Suir Lions Club have developed an environmental charter
July 1st. starts the Lions year throughout the world. From the International President and Board to clubs in every corner of the world, the new team takes up office.
Lions Frank O'Donoghue, a member of Dublin Lions Club will be our leader for 2018-2019.
Donal O' Sullivan, General Manager of Trabolgan Holiday Centre, was the recipient of a Melvin Jones Fellowship during the Lions Clubs of Ireland Holiday Project recently. This is the highest recognition that a Lions Club can bestow on anybody.
It is the same every year! Once we go through the entrance of Trabolgan Holiday Centre we are happy! We renew old friendships with our guests and fellow Lions and make lots of new friendships too. This is the 34th year of this project and most would agree that it goes from strength to strength each year.
DG Teresa presented the charter to the members of the new club at a meeting held in the Dylan Hotel, Dublin. It was an excellent meeting, chaired by the Charter President, Farrell O’Boy, who is transferring from Maynooth Kilcock Lions Club.