(October 14-17, 2018)
Last updated: 4/18/2019
We are the Lions, Lionesses and Leos of Lancaster and Lebanon Counties of Pennsylvania, USA. Our District is comprised of 45 Lions Clubs, 3 Lioness Clubs and 6 Leo Clubs with over 1800 members. Our mission is to serve the needs of others, especially the blind and visually impaired. We are chartered by Lions Clubs International, the world's largest service organization in the world with clubs in 210 countries or geographic areas with over 1.4 million members. View the pages to see who we are and what we do.
Lions of District 14-D Website
District Governor Eugene Hilton
The Service Journey
The Service Journey is an approach to living and serving well. To making a real difference people can see and feel. It encompasses four simple phases: Learn, Discover, Act, and Celebrate. We love these words because they transcend organizational formulas. They have no borders. They are the essence of Lions Lioness, and Leos. If the past 100 years have taught us anything, it’s that as we serve, we grow. And we were never meant to stop. Service is our journey. Let’s explore it together.
Insight is often more valuable than instinct: if we aren’t informed about what’s happening around us, our impact may fall short. So, we cultivate an awareness of local needs and how they connect to a larger global narrative. We seek new information and turn it into insight. Learning positions us to be effective.
Opportunity awaits anyone willing to learn. Knowledge sharing equips us to leverage our strengths, bridge gaps through partnerships and encourage innovation. This process of discovery unifies our focus and prepares us for action.
Our mission is service, and service is visible. Its effects are measurable. Equipped with insight and inspired by opportunity, we practically support our communities, our regions, and our world together. Through action we fulfill our mission.
Serving humanity in over 200 countries, we take pride in the unique expressions of kindness found in each of our local clubs across the world. When we share our stories and report our impact, we unify our organization, inspire our communities, and capture the attention of a global audience. Celebration elevates the experience and impact of service.