• Lazimpat -2, kathmandu, post box 25551
  • +977-1-4442812
  • lionslazimpat@gmail.com

Charity
Marathon 2016
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About

MESSAGE FROM THE CLUB PRESIDENT

About

My Dear Lion Friends,

I am thrilled to have been selected as the Lions Club of Kathmandu Lazimpath Chautari Club President for the 2016 - 17 year.

As we are one of the largest Lions clubds in our District and have been a very visible member of the Lions Clubs International. Our members are known for their motivation to serve and generosity of their time and talents.

We have several engaging and inovative events throughout he year as environmental awareness club, global warming awareness and proactive timely mediation and tree plantation events cater to people of all ages.

The Lion secretariat and ou clubhouse are fully facilitated to hosts for many other events as well throughout the year. These events range from meetings, summer camps, awareness programmes, upcomming projects briefing and assessment and our members are always willing to showcase our crown jewel, Lions Club of Kathmandu Lazimpath Chautari secretarial. We are currently engrossed actively in Cleanliness and Sanitaion Initiative Project as an attempt to not only clean our suburb Lazimpath bt create a culture among the residents as well.

"we Serve"is the Lions'motto, and I look forward to leading this to new heights of acheivement and performance as we serve our community.


Lion Suraj Khanal
Club President (LY-2016-2017)
Lions Clubs of Kathmandu Lazimpath Chautari - 120158

Charity Organizers

Team Member
Lion Bak Krishna Burlakoti
District Governor 2016-2017
Team Member
Lion Krishna Acharya
Cabinet Secretary
Team Member
Kathmandu Lazimpat Chautari
Active Club

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Organization Details

Lions Club of Kathmandu Lazimpat Chautari

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