Fellow Lions, members of the Lions International Stamp Club
As of today a new LISC Website has been launched and can be found on the internet. The old Website was up for renewal and an up to date means of communication was most welcome. It has taken quite a few months to make all the necessary preparations to make the site accessible for all LISC members.
The Website has been divided in two parts; the public open site accessible for everybody, and the closed site only accessible for LISC members who are properly registered in the LISC membership database.
The public part will show new issues, auctions, call for attending the International Convention meetings, pin orders, Membership Application Forms.
The closed site will present: news, reports, membership data, Webshop, Auctions, Sales, New Issue Service, Board and Chapter data, Constitution and Policy Manual, catalogue and encyclopedia.
There should also be a Q & A section.
Please note that the website in its new formula replaces the publication of the Philatelist.
Any queries or remarks should be forwarded to: [email protected]
Directions for the use of the Website have been attached.
The Board hopes that the new Website will increase the pleasure of Lions stamp collecting and widen the contacts between LISC members.
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Before you login for the first time, you need to set a password.
Please use the “login” at the top right, and use the “Lost your password?” option, or just follow this link.
Provide the e-mailadres that’s known to us and you will receive an e-mail on that address with a link to change your password.
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If you do not have an e-mail address, or the e-mail you provided for the password change is unknown, you can use the contact form and let us know. Please do not forget to provide us with your contact information.
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In 1951 a Lions stamp club was founded under the auspices of Lions Clubs International. Melvin Jones was one of the initiators and founders of LISC.
In our shop you will find a grand variety of stamps, pins, badges and much more.
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