The Centreville Lion's Club meets every second and fourth Wednesday even at the Centreville High School Library from 7 pm to 8:30. The Club provides eyeglasses, diabetes awareness and other services to the community. The meeting begins with the pledge of allegence, a prayer and a meal. After the meal a short prorgam follows and then business is discussed.
We are looking for new members who want to serve their local community. You can becaome a member by contacting a lion members. He or she will show you how to become a lion.
WHO ARE LIONS?
Lions are groups of service-minded men and women who are interested in improving their
communities. To be a Lion is to be an active volunteer, a member of a respected
international organization, a leader in the community and a friend to people in need.
The 1.35 million members that serve in over 45,000 clubs from over 200 countries make
Lions Clubs International the world’s largest service club organization.
WHAT DO LIONS CLUBS DO?
Lions move to make a difference locally and globally. Lions are best known for their efforts
to eradicate preventable blindness, but also participate in many other kinds of projects,
including assisting those in need, sponsoring international exchanges for young people,
providing supplies to victims of natural disasters and bringing clean drinking water
to remote villages. Whenever a Lions club gets together, problems get smaller and communities
WHY JOIN A LIONS CLUB?
As a Lion, you will have the opportunity to help others, meet new people and use your
talents to make a real impact. You will acquire new skills, meet challenges headon,
cultivate lasting friendships, grow personally and have fun at the same time.
ALL LIONS DISTRICTS AND CLUBS, WHEN ASKED, MUST ALWAYS DISCLOSE THAT A CONTRIBUTION TO THE DISTRICT OR CLUB IS NOT TAX DEDUCTIBLE TO THE DONOR AS A CHARITABLE CONTRIBUTION. THE ABOVE DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS APPLY TO DISCLOSURE STATEMENTS ON PRINTED MATERIALS, BROADCAST MEDIA AND TELEPHONE SOLICITATION.
Club Officers for 2011-2012 Year
PRESIDENT: Greg Dost
SECRETARY: Bill Cooley
TREASURER: Barry Miller
Lions Clubs International is the world's largest service club organization with more than 1.4 million members in approximately 46,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world.