Chippawa Lions Club
Lions believe that service is its own reward but that special accomplishments and milestones should be recognized and celebrated. Rewards are presented for longevity of membership, outstanding service activities, public initiatives and leadership excellence.
The Melvin Jones Fellowship is recognition of a committment to humanitarian work. It is not an award in the tradition of Lions awards presentedfor a specific accomplishments. Created in 1973, the fellowship is named for the founder of Lions Clubs International, Melvin Jones. The fellowship is the foundation's highest honor and represents humanitarian qualities such as generosity, compassion and concern for the less fortunate.
To recognize outstanding Lions and other deserving recipients, Judge Brian Stevenson has endorsed this fellowship. This recognition for community involvment or great achievement is one of the greatest honors that can be bestowed in lionism.
The Helen Keller Award has been established by the Board of Directors, Lions Homes for Deaf People, to honor outstanding Lions, Lioness and Leos throughout Multiple District "A".
To honor a member who exhibited the values of Lionism and who have provided valuable service to the community and the club.