We join Lions around the world as we celebrate 100 years of Lions humanitarian service and prepare for our second century of service. Join me in this continuing journey as we climb to new heights.

Save The Date: District Convention  
April 21-23, 2017

2017 District 2-A3 Convention will be in Corpus Christi, TX on April 21-23, 2017. Find the Convention Call, Registration and other documents on Convention Tab and on the District 2-A3 Facebook Page. Our Challenges are the Stepping Stones to Success in 2017.  Registration   Agenda

We hope you are as thrilled as we are to be a Lion at this special moment in our grand LCI History. The service we do today will echo down the decades as we invariably strengthen our Association and leave Lions Clubs in better shape than ever for generations to come.

Opportunities for Youth - Essay/Speech Contests

Immediate Past District Governor and Opportunities for Youth Contests Coordinator announces the Winners of this year's District 2-A3 Diabetes Essay and Drug Awareness Speech Contests. Read the Article   Find Out More

District 2-A3 Constitution and By Laws

District 2-A3 Constitution and By Laws

District 2-A3 Policy Manual

​Revised and Approved April 24, 2016

Effective July 1, 2016

Celebrating Lions for 100 Years:

Where There's A Need, There's A Lion

Lions of District 2-A3 are proud to be a part of the rich history in Texas for 100 years. Our commitment to our community, state and the world is our legacy and our challenges are the stepping stones to success. There are New Mountains to Climb, New challenges to meet, New people to serve, New members to welcome and New leaders to guide us. This is the time to prepare ourselves and those who follow behind us, for the next 100 years.  PDG Helen Muse will share more information through out the year.

Founded in Chicago, Illinois, USA in 1917 by Melvin Jones and others, Lions Clubs International has grown dramatically over the years. Lions are recognized worldwide for their services to the blind and the visually impaired. This service began when Helen Keller challenged the Lions to become her "Knights of the blind in the crusade against darkness" during the association's 1925 International Convention. The association is both non-political and non-sectarian.  ​





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