Lions Communicating on the Internet

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Lions Communicating on the Internet

Let us address these questions

What can Lions use the Internet for?

Why should Lions use the Internet?

How can Lions utilize the Internet?

How do we keep in contact

What are the negatives?

Get on the Internet

Join the E-mail lists

Calendar section at ctlions.org

Join

www.ctnow.com

Sign Up and Sign In

Sign up for the first time

Login at

Community Groups

Typical Lions Club Group

www.ctnow.com/groups-ctlions

www.ctnow.com/groups-colchesterlions

www.ctnow.com/groups-nblions

www.ctnow.com/groups-torringtonlions

www.ctnow.com/groups-watertownlions

www.ctnow.com/groups-wolcottlions

Leadership related groups

Project related groups

www.ctnow.com/groups-ctlehp

Creating a group at

Go to the Communities section

Start your Community Group

Community Group details

Other selections for your page

Change at any time

Invite others to join your group

Be encouraging, it is easy

Donít nag - check invitations

Talk about it

Typical Club Groups

Typical Club Groups

Other functions at

Calendar of Events

Month at a glance

Adding links to your group

Click on Add Link

Featured Groups and Events

Are there any questions?

Author: Dan Uitti

Email: dan@lionnet.com

Home Page: http://www.ctlions.org

Other information:
Presentation made at the Conecticut Lions Mid Winter Conference, February 5, 2000. Click on text only for faster loading. Scroll down to see my Notes. While this presentation is oriented to Connecticut Lions, many ideas are universal.

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