During the early period, the Belpre Lions met in different area churches with the first meeting being held in the Belpre Congregational Church. The Marietta Noon Lions was our sponsoring club and our charter night, with 63 charter members, was held at the Belpre High School auditorium on March 25, 1953. Approximately 170 guests attended the event and entertainment was provided by the Lions Club Quartet of Parkersburg, WV.

The Lions is the largest service club organization in th world. It is noted for its work in sight saving. The Belpre Lions is no exception. Financail assistance continues to be provided to local citizens to help pay for eye exams and eye glasses.

Our club was but a year old when we took on the project of seating, lighting and showers for the football stadium.

Today, many projects haved helped our community. Many old and new projects need to be developed and completed in the futrure. Your help is needed to help make the future come true.We are always looking for new members. If you are interested in becoming a Belpre Lion or interested in any of our projects, contact any club member or attend one of our meetings.

We are selling wooden roses. They look real,but never need watering, will never die and cannot stick you. They are $10 a dozen. For more info contact any Belpre Lion or they can also be purchased at Belrock Diner. Click on the Roses tab to view the roses.

We are selling Handpainted Fenton Bells. The Blennerhasset Mansion is Cobalt Blue, Wood Co (WV) Courthouse c.1946 is Spruce Green. We have reduced the price on the bells to $15 each or 2/$25 Contact Teri Life for info.Click on the Photo Gallery tab to view the bells.

Belpre area youth ages 12-18 interested in joining the Belpre LEO club should contact Teri Life at 740-989-5266. Meetings are held at the Belpre High School during lunch



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