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Who We Are

The Falcon Heights–Lauderdale Lions Club is a community-based service organization serving the Falcon Heights and Lauderdale Minnesota area. The club was chartered in May 1986 under The International Association of Lions Clubs.

We hold meetings at Falcon Heights Community Park on the second and fourth Mondays at 6:30 p.m. We welcome anyone with the desire to serve the community to visit us or contact Secretary Ken Crea.

We Serve

The Falcon Heights–Lauderdale
Lions Club serves the local community:

  • We fund school and park projects
  • We provide scholarships
  • We support food shelves
  • We help fund senior programs
  • We serve Loaves and Fishes meals
  • We buy dictionaries and thesauruses for local students
  • We support our local library

The Falcon Heights–Lauderdale
Lions Club serves the wider community:

  • We support summer camps for children with health or developmental problems
  • We contribute to youth outreach and exchange programs
  • We support programs for prevention of blindness
  • We support research for sight, hearing, and diabetes
  • We help provide service dogs to those with sight or hearing disabilities
  • We support disaster victims

Local Goals

The Falcon Heights–Lauderdale Lions Club has three primary goals:

 

  1. To serve the needs of our local communities and support the service projects of the district and international organizations
  2. To establish a positive, helpful and responsible dialog with the community as we plan fund-raising activities and return profits to the community
  3. To have fun and meet new friends

 

Fundraisers

The Falcon Heights–Lauderdale Lions Club has two annual fundraisers:

  • We run a parking lot for about 50 St. Paul Saints games each year. We organize, supervise, and pay 24 different community groups who help with parking. These groups include school groups, church groups, Scouts, and other Lions Clubs
  • We sell 500 Christmas trees each year from a lot set up in Falcon Heights Community Park. Sales start the day after Thanksgiving and finish a week before Christmas. We enjoy fellowship and the holiday spirit while we raise money for the community

 

Past Presidents

Howard Smeby   1986/1987

Dennis Wall   1987/1988

Ray Frauenshuh   1988/1989

Don Leier   1989/1990

Sam Jacobs   1990/1991

Steven Tenney   1991/1992

Steven Tenney   1992/1993

Terry Iverson   1993/1994

Terry Iverson   1994/1995

Ken Wielinski   1995/1996

John Brynildson   1996/1997

Chuck Cermak   1997/1998

Tim Carbonneau   1998/1999

Paul Kuettel   1999/2000

Mark Krug   2000/2001

Reid Grano   2001/2002

Joe Barrett   2002/2003

Jon Anderson   2003/2004

Peter Lindstrom   2004/2005

Michelle Krug   2005/2006

Jerry Doherty   2006/2007

Rollie Gates   2007/2008

Gary Langer   2008/2009

Kent Furois   2009/2010

Michelle Seamen   2010/2011

Jerry Doherty 2011/2012

John Schmittdiel 2012/2013

Gary Langer   2013/2014

Rollie Gates   2014/2015

 

International Lions Objectives

 

TO CREATE and foster a spirit of understanding among the peoples of the world.

TO PROMOTE the principles of good government and good citizenship.

TO UNITE the clubs in the bonds of friendship, good fellowship, and mutual understanding.

TO PROVIDE a forum for the open discussion of all maters of public interest; provided, however, that partisan politics and sectarian religion shall not be debated by club members.

TO ENCOURAGE service–minded people to serve their community without personal financial reward, and to encourage efficiency and promote high ethical standards in commerce, industry, professions, public works, and private endeavors.

 

 

 

Lions Clubs International is the world's largest service club organization with more than 1.3 million members in approximately 45,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world.

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