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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

Environmental Photo Contest

The environmental photo contest is now live! Please click here to see the photos and cast your vote! To vote simply click the picture, and when it comes up, click the “Star” to vote!

Campaign 100 LCIF Stories of Pride

Check out this article (https://lcifpride.org/video/international-director/) in LCIF Stories of Pride from ID Larry Edwards.

Congratulations District Governor Peg Hummel

The Lions and Leos of District 14-T congratulate our new District Governor Peg Hummel for Lions Year 2021-2022. She took the District Governor Oath on Tuesday, June 29th at the State Office in Harrisburg. The new Pennsylvania Council of Governors, including DG Peg, can be seen in the image above after jointly taking their oaths […]

Recent District Governor Visits

Ickesburg Lions Visit

So many friends, so much fun, and so many awards and recognition at Ickesburg Lions Club last evening. Thanks to PDG Tuttle, my driver for the evening, and to Ickesburg for their hospitality. Welcome to their two new members!! See more pictures here. DG Keldeen

Shermans Dale Visit

From DG Keldeen (originally posted yesterday): Last night I traveled to Shermansdale to their Lions Club property. I had the joy of fellowship with Shermansdale Lions and meeting prospective Lions who were submitting their applications!  See more pictures from the visit.

Path Valley Visit

A lovely spring drive last night, to a very enjoyable visit with Path Valley Lions Club. I enjoyed an Amazing home cooked meal and had the honor of inducting Lion Dale! Thanks PDG Grady. See more pictures – click or touch here