Social Media

Hashtags

The official District hashtag is #Lions4C4. Use this hashtag to affiliate your club’s posts with the District. A list of other affiliated Lions hashtags can be found below:

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Posted by Lions District 4-C4 on Monday, September 14, 2020

Official District Social Media

Facebook

Our main social media platform for sharing and promoting content of Lions Clubs International, Multiple District 4 – California Lions, the District, our service partners, and our member clubs.

Our District page, @Lions4C4, is the face of our District on social media. It’s primary focus is to post information from the District Governor and their cabinet, as well as the District committees and sponsored projects. It’s secondary purpose is to promote the activities of our clubs and members, by resharing high quality posts that are posted on the District group or use the hashtag #Lions4C4.

https://facebook.com/Lions4C4
@Lions4C4 on Facebook: facebook.com/Lions4C4

The District group, “Everything Roaring in Lions District 4-C4”, is a group specifically for the Lions of District 4-C4 to communicate with each other. Posts are public, but interaction is limited to approved members of the District and MD4.

Post here if you want to start a conversation about the District functions or can improve, if you have an announcement or solicitation you want District attention, or to share any club or Lion posts so that they can be reshared on the District Social Media.

The Lions of California and Beyond Facebook group is an unaffiliated public group run by our PDG Ken Ibarra, with members throughout California and the world.

Post here if your posts are targeted towards the general public, and you’d like to spread it to the greater Lions community. The District has no control over what is posted in this group.


Instagram

Posts highlighted photos of District events. Content from the District Instagram are mirrored back onto Facebook.


Twitter

Posts short (280 characters or less) updates from the District, primarily mirroring the District Thread.

@Lions4_C4 on Twitter: twitter.com/Lions4_C4

YouTube

Hosts recordings of online District Events, including trainings, Cabinet meetings, and the District Installation.


LinkedIn

Professional profile site for networking, the District maintains a “Company” page so District Officers may list the District as an “Employer” under Volunteer experience.


District Committee Social Media

San Francisco Coordinating Council of Lions Clubs


Additions

Suggestions on other social media platforms the District should start using? Send us an email!