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Lions Specialty Clubs – Overview

Lions Specialty Clubs – Overview


[MUSIC PLAYING] NARESH AGGARWAL:
We have been trying to get as many individuals as
possible to our association. There’s a huge potential
for these speciality clubs. [MUSIC PLAYING] LEWIS QUINN: We’re targeting
groups that are already together, they
already have something common to keep them going, and
they want to give something back to their communities. SANJAY KHETAN: What
I think attracts them is the presence of
Lions in 200-plus countries and the global
leadership it provides. NARESH AGGARWAL: We have
to tell these groups what Lions clubs can give them–
the international networking, opportunity for
learning leadership, and a platform to do
their service together. [MUSIC PLAYING] [MUSIC PLAYING] LEWIS QUINN: We have lots of
specialty clubs in Alaska. We have a football club,
five motorcycle racing clubs, several cultural clubs. [MUSIC PLAYING] I’m excited to have organized
20-plus Nepalese clubs this year in US. [MUSIC PLAYING] LEWIS QUINN: If we’re gonna
be truly successful in making specialty clubs
work for the future, we really have to
think out of the box. This initiative will be the
future of this organization. I want our leaders
to target these groups within their own
areas, and we can have so many joining us if we
really work seriously on this. [MUSIC PLAYING]

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