For more than 80
years, the Biloxi Lions Club has compiled an illustrious record of
service. Our members take justifiable pride in reviewing
this record, of course, but present day needs leave little time for
resting on our laurels. Lionism is a vibrant influence in our
community. Our membership is desirous to see that there is a
broader understanding of Lions activities and, hopefully, to awaken new
enthusiasm for the
needs we have yet to meet. Our committees regularly schedule
examinations and the fitting of glasses for the sight impaired,
collection of discarded eye-glasses and hearing
aids, and the distribution of them to the needy. Lions encourage
donations for transplantation through
the Mississippi Lions Eyebank. Lions also arrange surgery
and prosthetics through Mid South Lions Sight and Hearing Service,
which has recently opened a branch right here on the Gulf Coast through
the work of this Club and Lion Dr. David Judge.
Club Motto is:
BILOXI, WE SERVE!"
|Lions Clubs International is the world's largest service club organization. There are almost a million and a half members serving in more than 44,600 clubs in 189 countries and geographical areas. While we are dedicated to helping the visually and hearing impaired, as a Club we are interested in many things. The Lion’s International Objects and Code of Ethics listed below are more relevant now than ever before.|
The Lions Clubs Objects outline the aims and goals of Lions. It is up to the individual clubs to use the general objects for specific purposes.
LIONS CODE OF ETHICS
Lions Code of Ethics is a
guideline for the personal values that each Lion should exemplify.