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Welcome to Pennsylvania Lions District 14-T of Lions Clubs International.  We are comprised of 44 local Lions Clubs within Dauphin, Franklin, Juniata, and Perry Counties as part of the largest service organization within the world.

For information on our district, contact District Governor Peg Hummel at peghum@gmail.com.

For issues or suggestions for the website, please contact PDG John Mallonee at pdgjohn@hersheylions.org

Important District Information

2019 Penn State Hershey Eye School

The annual Eye School that is sponsored by District 14-T will be occurring on October 9, 2019 at the Hershey Country Club.  This is a great opportunity to learn more about diseases of the eye and healthcare for the eye.  There is no charge to attend, there are some nice refreshments, as well as some […]

2019-2020 State Council Meeting – November

The Call of the Meeting for the second 2019-2020 PA State Council of Lions Clubs’ Council of Governors meeting has been announced for November 2-3 in Wilkes-Barre, PA. Read the full meeting call. Use the RSVP form for the November 2nd luncheon and banquet held as part of the Council meeting weekend. PIP and current […]

District Governor Appreciation

Yesterday, our Immediate Past District Governor (IPDG) Keldeen Stambaugh held an event to express her gratitude to all who assisted her in serving our district in Lions Year 2018-2019.  We thank IPDG Keldeen for her leadership and know that she will continue to serve this year and beyond. To see more pictures from the event, […]

Recent District Governor Visits

Landisburg Lions Officer Installation (and more)

It it was a pleasant evening on Thursday, June 15 as the Landisburg had a special meeting at Little Buffalo State Park. The purpose was to induct new members and install the new officers. The club is in the process of adding several new members, but this induction included new Lions Logan Bittimg and Tammy […]

Mifflintown Lions Officer Installation

This wasn’t the official District Governor visit to Mifflintown, but it was eventful nonetheless.  Since we didn’t do a Lions Roar back in October, we had a good one tonight. After inducting a new member, I was given the honor of installing the club officers for 2017-2018.  Below is King Lion Harry being recognized by […]