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Do one, tell one, be one

I ran across this on Facebook, from the president of the Ohio County Virtual Lions Club, Matt Rafa. If we all do this, where will be in in 6 months?

“DO ONE thing in the name of your club EVERY DAY. It could be collecting plastic, reading a book online, or donating to our virtual yard sale.  It could be making a phone call to get information about something, reading about different Lions programs during your lunch hour at, or just checking your Spond app/email and responding to communications.  Find one thing you can do to advance our club in a small way each day.

“TELL ONE person or share one post about our club EVERY DAY.  Tell them about a project we are doing, ask someone to join, share a post on Facebook.  Let someone know YOU are a Lion and what we are doing for our communities.

“BE ONE.  Be a Lion.  That means looking for opportunities for helping others, rolling up your sleeves to make your community better, and leading by example by showing others that “Kindness Matters”. 

“If every one of us commits to our DO ONE, TELL ONE, BE ONE campaign, lots of small contributions daily will add up to a huge BENEFIT for our county and the children that we are trying to raise with ideals like those ascribed above. 2021-2022 is going to be the best year yet, but it’ll require us all working towards breaking a record year set by our officers who trailblazed the way for us!  Thank you to them for a great first year, and I look forward to working with you all to achieve great things in this upcoming year!”


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