P.O. Box 113 Leavenworth WA 98826-0113
New Chestnut Sales Trailer
"If you have never had a roasted Chestnut, come to Leavenworth and witness the Christmas Lighting Festival, have some chestnuts and a cup of spiced apple cider or cocoa. Check out their new NUT wagon, built to Bavarian specifications (you have to be partially nuts to spend three cold weekends on the street). They will be supporting the Community Cupboard, Plain Panty, and the Methodist Church as these groups strive to meet the needs of the community."
~ Joe Nilles, District D Zone Chair
The Leavenworth Lions Club has met the needs of our local community and the world since 1951. It is a local chapter of Lions Club International. Working to service the community, our motto is “We Serve”.
WE SERVE, by providing Highway Cleanup, Wheel Chair Ramps, Free Health Screening, Adopt-A-Family/Families for Holidays, Community Easter Egg Hunt, Sponsorship of Scout Troop and Pack #28, Sponsorship of youth baseball program, May Day baskets to local assisted living residents, and U. S. Flag Program for elementary students.
WE SERVE, by funding Eye exams/glasses/hearing aids, Leader Dog Training, Diabetes Youth Camp/Research, Cascade Medical Center Foundation, Scholarships for High School Seniors, Special Olympics and Local food banks.
WE SERVE, where there is need.
We host an annual Open House/Barbeque for those interested in joining LIONS (at the clubhouse at Leavenworth's Lions Club Park, next to the city hall). The “Den” also serves as a concession area during the events sponsored by the Lions Club throughout the year. Other events include the Chestnut Sales (roasting on an open fire) during the Christmas Lighting Festival weekends and the Community Breakfasts.
L I O N S: Liberty, Intelligence, Our Nation's Safety
Lions Club Mission
To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions Clubs.
Lions Clubs International
SUPPORT SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPS in WA STATE
HELEN KELLER'S CHALLENGE
In 1925, Helen Keller challenged the Lions to become "Knights of the Blind". Since that day, Lions clubs throughout the world have been involved in helping the visually and hearing impaired. Glasses, white canes, helper dogs, eye surgeries, hearing aids and ear surgeries are constantly being donated to those in need.
Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan circa 1924
For more about Lions Clubs, go to Lions Clubs International.
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.