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Welcome to the Harrison Noon Lions Club. Our club members come from all walks of life and are dedicated to serve this great community and make it an even better place to live. We meet at noon every Wednesday at Western Sizzlin in Harrison. Contact any Lions Club member for more information about our meetings and projects that serve our Great Community of Harrison.

 

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Join us in making a difference! As a Lion, you’ll join a local group of service-minded men and women who are working together to strengthen your community. You’ll also be part of something bigger—a worldwide network of dedicated volunteers in over 46,000 clubs. Be the difference in your community. Be a Lion!

Lions are an international network of 1.3 million men and women in 205 countries and geographic areas who work together to answer the needs that challenge communities around the world.

Come join us for lunch and learn about the Lions and the organizations and businesses that serve our community.

Lions News

Ozarks Share and Care - $5,0000.00 Donation to help feed the Community

Harrison Lions Club member Ron Richardson (far right) presented Dave Artman with $5,000 from the club’s foundation and he later that day gave the money to Ozark Share & Care director Joy Prater to buy food for the pantry.

Harrison Daily Times Full Story at:  http://harrisondaily.com/news/k-cash-donation-for-pantry-ozark-share-care-shelves-emptied/article_d878900e-5856-11e7-9a54-27c8b1858fb7.html

 

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Events 

Weekly Meeting 3-8-17

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Lion Ralph Hudson introduced our program today. Mayor Dan Sherrell spoke to the club about City of Harrison, Arkansas – Government. Exciting to hear how our great town is thriving. Ralph stated Dan is doing an excellent job as our mayor. A true public servant with no personal agenda and actually gives his department heads credit for the progress we are experiencing. Thank you Dan!

 

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Weekly Meeting 3-1-17

 Welcome our newest Lion Fred Garry. Lion Fred was sponsored by Lion David Artman and Lion Peter DeStefano. Lion Charles David Adair performed the introduction and led the club in a big Lion roar.

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Congratulations to Lion Wordna Deere as our President Mark Fowler presents Lion Wordna a pin for Recognition of membership drive as she has sponsored two new members this year. This is her second time for the award. We really appreciate you continuing to promote and grow our club. — With Mark Fowler and Wordna Deere.

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 2-22-17 Weekly Meeting

Lion Jim Gray introduced our program this week. Dustin Burleson, Trisha Earnhardt, and Melissa Mellencamp spoke to the club about the Hummingbird House in Harrison for female alcohol and drug addicts a place stay and receive support.

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2-17-17 - Annual Lions Club Chili Supper

Our Annual Chili supper was "Delicous" and a big success for all of the Lions Club Projects that it supports. A Big thanks to Jane Henley and Wordna Deere for donating all the tickets given away on Facebook for our Chili supper

 

 

 

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Our Sights are set on improving Vision

Warren McDonald with Arkansas Blue Cross recently presented a check through the Blue and You foundation in the amount of $32,000 so the club can purchase five more PlusOptix Vision Screening machines. Lion Jane Henley is to be commended for her hard work in writing this grant.

 

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The 24th Annual Chili Supper sponsored by the Harrison Noon Lions Club will be held February 25, 2014 from 5-7pm at the Harrison High School Cafeteria.  The Goblins play the Huntsville Eagles that night.  We will be serving Chili, Cheese, Crackers, Coleslaw, Drink & Desert for $5.00.  You can buy a ticket from any Lions Club member or purchase at the door!  All proceeds go to helping the vision & hearing impaired in our community

 

 

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Wednesday January 22nd: Lion Gene Campbell will present Gail-Inman Campbell and a program on CASA - Court Appointed Special Advocates. Learn more CASA on their web site:

http://www.casa14.com/index.asp

 

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Past Programs:

 

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Boone County Library. Visit their web page at http://boonecountylibrary.org/

 

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Baker Prairie. To learn more visit their web site at http://www.naturalheritage.com/natural-area/baker-prairie/ and be sure to check out their page on Facebook!

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Boone County Sheriff Mike Moore. On their web page you can sign up for email reports including press releases and arrest reports and even view the crime map for your area. For information on Operations go to:

 

http://www.boonesheriff.com/

 

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Giving Back Industries

Mac’s Repair is the first business to be opened by Giving Back Industries, Inc., (GBI) which was created to provide employment and training opportunities to people in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. GBI is an Arkansas 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Corporation. Donations are greatly appreciated and are tax deductible. The people GBI helps have already taken the first step to helping themselves – they’ve gotten clean. GBI’s goal is to help them stay clean by giving them hope for a brighter future. You can help. Support our hardworking employees by bringing your lawnmowers, weed trimmers, chainsaws, golf carts, and other small engine items in for repair. Call 870-743-4948.

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Northwest Regional Housing Authority.

 

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Arkansas State Health and Human Services Department Volunteer program. 

 

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 Harrison K-Life. Learn more about this great organization at https://harrison.klife.com/

Harrison Mayor Jeff Crockett. Learn more about Harrison City operations at http://www.cityofharrison.com/ 

 

 

 

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Friends of the NRA. Friends of the NRA is an exciting grassroots fund-raising program that fosters community involvement, raises money and gives 100% of the net proceeds to qualified local, state and national programs.

Learn more about this organization at:

http://www.friendsofnra.org/

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Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families. Laura will feature a program on medicaid. Their mission is to ensure that all children and their families have the resources and opportunities to lead healthy and productive lives and to realize their full potential. Visit their web site:

http://www.aradvocates.org/

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Ozarks Humane Society, a Non-Profit Organization dedicated to the welfare of all animals. Come join us and Visit their website to learn how you can adopt a pet and support this Great Organization!

http://www.ozarkhumanesociety.com/

 

And be sure to visit "Cause for Paws" The Ozarks Humane Society Thrift Shop.

http://www.ozarkhumanesociety.com/OHSThriftShop.htm

 

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Ozarks Regional Y.M.C.A. Learn more about their programs:

http://www.orymca.org/index.html

 

 

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Boone County Adult Day Care center. Learn  more about the center here: 

http://www.nwaedd.org/Boone%20County%20Adult%20Day%20Services.htm 

 

 

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Harrison Housing Authority Learn more about the Harrison Housing Authority and how they are working to make Harrison a stronger and more vital community:

http://www.harrisonhousingauthority.com/site/

 

   

Contact any Club Member or email link below 

 

 

Proceeds from our projects support the following programs and organizations:  Local eyeglasses and exams for those in need, local hearing aid assistance, Jack Williams Scholarship, Christmas Food Baskets for the elderly, Harrison High School Leo Club, Youth Leadership Program, Lions World Service for the Blind, Community Easter Egg Hunt on the Square, Lions Club International, Ozark Opportunities, Ozark Humane Society, and many more.

Our Web Site is under construction, please come back often!

Contact us at: HarrisonNoonLionsClub@yahoo.com

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