The purpose of the Ohio Lions Traveling Tent Project is to assist Ohio Lions Clubs with providing information about Lions Clubs International and especially their local club activities in their communities. It’s also to help with recruiting of new members and even hoping to get some former members to return to Lions.
An experienced Ohio Lion will come to your event with signs and handouts (and a tent if it’s outside) to help visitors better understand what being a Lion is all about. He will answer questions about Lions Clubs International and the local Lions Clubs activities and what they do to help their local community and the world.
It is possible to customize your Ohio License plate with the Lions Club logo. Be a proud Ohio Lion and show your support by ordering yours today!
To order your plates simply go to www.oplates.com or your local deputy registrar / BMV and request the Lions Club logo license plate. There is a $25 additional charge for the Lions Club organizational plate, however $15 of that is a contribution to the Ohio Lions Foundation.
Registering with the Ohio Attorney General
Every Lions Club in Ohio must register itself with the Ohio Attorney General. This is mandatory of all clubs regardless of their gross revenue.
It is extremely important that all clubs complete this registration process by going on-line to: https://www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov/Business/Services-for-Charities/Charitable-Registration or https://charitableregistration.ohioattorneygeneral.gov/
Additional tax and legal information is available on the Resources & Links page.
MD13 Regional Lions Leadership Institute
The Lions Institutes are the Ivy League of leadership training. The training at each level is a two-day immersion into developing and improving your leadership skills. This training will not only help in your work with Lions, but also in your profession and your life.
This years training will be held at Mohican State Park, Loudonville, Ohio on November 13 & 14, 2021 and attendance is required for the entire event.