LIONS are People Just Like You

– Members of the world’s largest and most active service organization.
– Men and women who believe that by working together, they will accomplish far more than would be possible as individuals.
– Members committed to solving local and worldwide health and social problems, and who realize that solutions are possible when every Lions Club does its share.
– People who cherish the fellowship of their own club, but who feel a close kinship with Lions in over 180 countries and areas throughout the world.
– Patriotic citizens of their own countries who, in the global community, strive for a world at peace.
– Individuals dedicated to maintaining the highest ethical and moral standards in their club, and in their personal lives.
– People who are serious about their commitment to humanitarian service, but have fun along the way.

Service Oriented

As one of more than 1.4 million men and women active in more than 43,000 Lions Clubs around the world, every Lion is dedicated to community service and improvement.
The work of Lions since 1917 has resulted in :
  • The Creation of SightFirst; a worldwide blindness prevention program that aims to eliminate preventable blindness and reversible blindness worldwide.
  • Establishment and operation of a majority of the world’s eye banks, resulting in approximately 10,000 sight-restoring cornea transplants every year.
  • Development of the Lions-Quest curricula which have provided millions of young people with the tools to make responsible decisions regarding drugs, alcohol and threats to a healthy future.
  • Hospitals, clinics, playgrounds, parks and thousands of facilities that enhance day-to-day life in our communities.
  • Service to blind, including dog guides, white canes and a wide variety of employment opportunities and vocational training.
  • Immediate disaster relief and support for rebuilding efforts.
  • Leos clubs, youth exchange and youth camps that help instill a philosophy of service in young people around the world.

Are you interested in knowing more about Lions ?

  • Take an active interest and be a leader in your community.
  • Promote the strong, healthy growth of your town or village.
  • Become informed about the history, traditions and accomplishments of the club and association.
  • Reach out the hand of friendship; show tolerance of those who differ in opinion and custom.
  • Share the work to make a success of all club programs.
  • Enter enthusiastically into the social life of the club; friends make better partners.
  • Contribute to operate the club and the association – Entrance fees, International dues, club and other dues. (This amount varies but it is usually less than a cup of coffee per week)
  • Take great pride in helping to make a positive difference in the lives of people less fortunate than yourself.
  • Membership is by invitation but inquiries are welcome.

Contact – Lion Hugh Hoard  (Membership Chair) [email protected]