Serving Greater Charlotte and Matthews
The Officers, Board of Directors, and Members of the Charlotte SouthPark Lions Club, in Charlotte, NC, welcome you, and hope you enjoy your online visit with us.
We meet for breakfast every Friday morning, unless meeting cancellation is shown here.
Allison's Dining Room and 2nd & 4th Mondays of each month 6:30 - 7:30 pm Sharon Towers, Yandle Room
Friday, December 2, 2016 - Regular Meeting - Hannah Earnhardt, Director of Development, North Carolina Lions, Inc, discusses her new position and howe the Lions and other can help NCLI.
Friday, December 9, 2016 - Regular Meeting - District Governor's Visit with VDG George Culp. Short Special Board of Director's Meeting follows.
Friday, December 16, 2016 - Monthly Board of Director's & Business Meeting. Come hellp determine the South Park Lions' projects and activities.
Friday, December 23, 2016 - Regular Meeting. - CANCELLED - Christmas/Hanukkah Observed.
Monday, November 26, 2016 - Evening Group Meeting - CANCELLED - Christmas/Hanukkah Observed..
Learn About the Lions - Lions Info Show
Lions KidSight USA is a standing project of the Charlotte SouthPark Lions. This is a National Lions program, providing vision screeing to childrShs to 6 years of age. Children with vision problems have trouble learning. Unlike a basic vision screenings with an eye chart, which only gives an indication of visual acuity, Lions KidSight screens for th 6 most common vision problems in children. Click here for a Program Overview. Ask a member of the SouthPark Lions how you or your organization can supupor the Lions KidSight program as a Sponsor, placing your name on materials and promotions.
SouthPark Lions Welcome Gumball/Candy Machine Hosts - Help the Lions Help our community one coin at a time by hosting a machine at your location. Treat customers and employees to snacks while they wait or take a break from work. There is not cost to you and Lions benefit from your support. - Details on Projects Page
Help Strenthen the United States. Learn about Smart Start and First 2000 Days . Thesere programs supporting childhood development. Learn more by clicking the links, and then step up and help! See First 2000 Days Video
Ragan's HOPE is committed to helping parents of children with catastrophic illnesses or injuries endure the initial impact and embrace the future by providing financial, emotional and spiritual support, Ragan's hope provides a variety of volunteer opportunties for Lions and itnerested individuals.
For years the NC Lions hosted Exhange Students to the U.S, extending their Lion Families and fulfilling our first LCI Object,"TO CREATE and foster a spirit of understanding among the peoples of the world."
It's time to re-examine how we meet this object; from a distance as twin clubs, or in our homes, one-on-one, by hosting an exchanges student for a semester, a shool year, or as a welcome host. Contact Lion Sam Mensah or Kathleen or Dan Holland, Regional Coordinators at EFexchangeYear.org. Bring the World into Your Family!
Learn about, Solving The Cruel Mystery Of Lupus - http://www.lupusnc.org/NC Transportation Museum is a 60 acre family-friendly site filled with interesting exhibits and special events. Four large exhibit buildings represent the remaining structures of the historic Spencer Shops, once Southern Railroad's largest steam locomotive repair facility on the east coast. Buildings include the Back Shop, the Master Mechanic's Office, the Flue Shop and the 37-stall Bob Julian Roundhouse. The museum is a source of education and fun for the young and old. http://www.nctrans.org/
The LIONS are a Top Rated Charity - Visit Charity Navigator to learn more.
SouthPark club service activites and support include:
Eyeglass & Hearing Aid recyling
Lions Services Eye Clinic
UNC Charlotte Office of Disabilty Services
National Federation for the Blind
Youth and scouting programs
Fund Raising Activities include:
Because of an active dedication to fulfilling Lions Clubs International's motto " We Serve ", over the 40 years of its existence, the club has grown to be one of the most active clubs in North Carolina (MD-31) and District 31-I.
We hope that if you are not a member of a local Lions Club, that after visiting our website, you will consider serving your community as a member of the Lions. There is nothing more rewarding than being able to assit those in need, and to help make our communities and world a better place for all of us to live.
If you have the opportunity, please join us for breakfast at one of our weekly meetings or dinner at our monthly meeting. Please see the meeting info at the top of this page, or click on the Contact Us link on the left menu, for times and directions.
Our club is open to men and women who have an interest in serving their fellowmen in our community and around the world.
Take care and thank you for visiting us !
Support the organizations that support their community through the LIONS.
NC Transportation Museum is a 60 acre family-friendly site filled with interesting exhibits and special events. Four large exhibit buildings represent the remaining structures of the historic Spencer Shops, once Southern Railroad's largest steam locomotive repair facility on the east coast. Buildings include the Back Shop, the Master Mechanic's Office, the Flue Shop and the 37-stall Bob Julian Roundhouse. The museum is a source of education and fun for the young and old. http://www.nctrans.org/
Saturday, October , 1, 2016 -
Monday, November 12, 2016 - Evening Group Meeting - - Lions and Guests Welcome
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