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In the 2016-2017 Lions year, The Lions of Ohio redistricted. The state combined several districts together to balance the number of members in each district. Bringing the number of districts from 10 to 7. Each Dristrict was renamed from letters of the alphabet to numbers. Our District was made when some of the clubs from District 13E combined with District 13F.  We have clubs in 11 different counties which include Champaign, Clark, Darke, Delaware, Franklin, Madison, Marion, Marrow, Miami, Pickaway and Union

Who are Lion?

In 1917, Melvin Jones asked a simple and wold-changing question. What if people put their talents to work improving their communities? 100 years later Lions have become the world’s largest service organization, with 1.4 million members in more than 205 counties around the world. We share one common idea: let’s improve our communities Knights of the Blind in the Crusade against darkness In 1925 at Sandusky Ohio  Lions were challenged by Helen Keller to become “Knights of the Blind” in the Crusades against darkness.  We no longer had ideas but a purpose. Since then we are tackling the problems like blindness, drug abuse as well as diabetes awarness.  We are finding help and training for the deaf, disabled, the elederly and the underprivlieged. We are striving to make our communities better as well as the world. Where There is a need there is LIONS. We are succeeding because of our members are working smarter and faster with greater commitment than ever before.  However we know that we can not do this alone.  If you have desire to change the world and you are commitment to building a brightter future for the next generation then LIONS are for you.
District Information District Governor : AJ Westlund 1st Vice District Governor: Joe Jackson Second Vice Distirct Governor: Mike Kerek   To view cabinet reports, Pride Reports, or to find application just click on the button below.
District Reports District13OH5 Goal of tripling our humanitarian impact by serving 200 million people per year by 2021 Home