The Affiliate That Roars
Carla Ruschival, President
148 Vernon Avenue
Louisville, KY 40206
The American Council of Blind Lions gives Lions across America a chance to share ideas and experiences and to learn how to be more active in local clubs. ACBL encourages others in ACB to become Lions and participate in service projects in their local communities.
As a sponsor of the American Council of the Blind conference and convention, ACBL assists outstanding scholarship winners to attend the national convention, creating meaningful opportunities for young people to network with others in their chosen fields and helping them learn about ACB.
ACBL holds telephone conference calls on the first Thursday of each month at 9:00 PM Eastern Time (6:00 PM Pacific). Callers help plan ACBL activities, discuss issues of importance to Lions, share ideas, and seek help from fellow Lions. Calls are on the Zoom platform, so you can join from any cell, landline or smartphone. Watch our email list or the ACB Community Events schedule for ways to join the calls, or call (502) 897-1472 for dial-in information.
ACBL sponsors two email lists. Join the acb-lions email list, open to all interested persons, by sending a blank email message to firstname.lastname@example.org. When you become a member of ACB Lions and share your email address with us, you will be subscribed to our members-only list.
Join ACBL now and/or make a tax-deductible donation and help us continue our good work. Dues are just $15.00 for one year, or $150.00 for a life membership; donations of any amount are deeply appreciated. Pay by credit card by calling (502) 897-1472, or visit www.paypal.com and send money to email@example.com.
Come join ACB Lions. We serve.
Lessons in Leadership and the Work of LCI
The American Council of Blind Lions presented "Lessons in Leadership and the Work of LCI" at the 2020 ACB virtual conference and convention. The speaker was LCI International Director Shea Nickell from Paducah, KY. Click here to listen to the podcast and learn about programs at Lions Club International and the commitment of time and other resources required to move up the leadership ladder from a local Lions Club to a position as International Director.
Last updated January 26, 2021