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The Connecticut Lions Clubs are known to be involved in many local, statewide and internationally focus projects. Many of these projects are related to sight, blindness and assisting people that have vision impairments. This web page is dedicated to provide access to information that is on-line about the projects that are available and supported by the Multiple District Council. Many of these links are not a part of the CT Lions web page. Hit your BACK button to return to this page. General fundraising projects supported by the Lions Clubs is shown below. These appear in alphabetical order.


Blood Bank - American Red Cross Home Page (Connecticut Region)

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Connecticut Lions Charities, Inc- CLCI

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Board of Directors

Connecticut Lions Eye Research Foundation - CLERF

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Main Information page for the Connecticut Lions Eye Research

Board of Directors

Minutes of the Meeting

A Brief History of the Connecticut Lions Eye Research Foundation

The CLERF - UConn Connection

The CLERF - Yale Connection

Order CLERF Forms On-Line

Millennium Program Form

25th Annual CLERF Golf Tournament

SightSaver Day

Eye Donor form

Knight of the Blind Application Form - pdf

Lions Memorial Program form

Lions Recognition Program form

CT Lions / DMV License Plate Project

Macular Degeneration Research articles

At the University of Connecticut: Lions Vision Center: Retinal Diagnostic Imaging Service

At Yale School of Medicine - Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Science

CLERF - CT Lions Open Golf Tournament

- Information Page - Sponsor Page - Golfer Application Page

Connecticut Radio Information Service - CRIS Home Page

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CRIS - from Lions Tale

CRIS - from District Spirit

CRIS update- from District Spirit

CRIS - from District Pride

Diabetes Awareness - American Diabetes Association, CT Affiliate

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Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation - FIDELCO Home Page

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The Annual
Lions Club Dinner

Will be held

Tuesday, October 16, 2007
6:00 p.m.

In the Chapel of the
American School for the Deaf

139 North Main Street
West Hartford, CT 06107

The student presentation for the evening will be

“On  The Road - 2007”

For information /R.S.V.P. contact:

Or email me with count with the
number attending need to give ASD

a count so they have enough food

CC of Hearing Steve Daigle


Leo Clubs

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Leo Clubs from District Spirit

Leo Events at State Convention - from District Spirit

Lions Eye Health Program - LEHP

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New Articles:


MD 23 Lions Eye Health Program 1999 - By Roger Martin

Connecticut Lions LEHP Project is activated in Communities, By Roger Martin

LEHP from District Spirit

Has Your Club Joined LEHP from District Spirit

Dec 10 Lions Eye Health Program (LEHP) District Chairmen meeting notice

At the University of Connecticut: Lions Vision Center: Retinal Diagnostic Imaging Service

Lions Clubs International Foundation - at the Lions International home page


District 23-B LCIF Efforts - from District Spirit


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Low Vision Center Projects

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District 23-C:

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CT Lions Pin Trading Information

Pin Trading Club of Connecticut - Fall 2004 Newsletter - (requires Adobe Reader)

CT Lions Pin Trading Information

Pin Trading Club of Connecticut (P.T.C.CT) website

Lions International Stamp Collecting Project

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Stamps for Wounded Veterans


Journey For Sight

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Journey for Sight - Hartford & Litchfield Counties 23-B Form (requires free Adobe Reader)

Journey for Sight - District 23-C Information

Journey for Sight - Middlesex, New London, Tolland and Windham Counties 23-C Form

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