Lions Club Assistance Request Form

Please mail form to Scott Teays Lions Club P O Box 430 Scott Depot WV 25560


It is time to sign up and/or renew your Kroger rewards  to help your club thru the Kroger Community Rewards program.  Call 1- 800-837-4483 prompt 7 and tell them you want to renew your support for the Scott Teays Lions Club  #82525.  If you have a Kroger plus card and want to support your club or you have a neighbor that will , please do the same as mentioned above.


Two Great Lions Honor at our meeting by District Governor Lee Ann Welch

Left Lion Larry Frye honored as the most outsanding Secretary in Lions Clubs International according to our club. Lion Harold Walker received the Gold membership Award from Lions Clubs International


Another sign install along our highways Thanks Lion Luther Cope and Lion Tom Owens I guess taking the picture

Please Recycle

We Collect Used Eyeglasses, Hearing Aids, and Cell Phone

Collection box locations:

Front of the DMV at Liberty Square in Teays Valley

Front of Krogers at the newspapers boxes, Teays Valley


Scott Teays Lions Club Annual

Pancake Breakfast

Lions hard at work preparing pancakes for our guest of the

Annual Applebees / Scott Teays Lions Club Pancake Breakfast.

A bigfor all who purchased a ticket




Essays are now up and ready for you to read

Check them out on the tab to the left




Photo (l to r) Volunteer Hannah Walker, Lion Steve Biron, volunteers Justin Burke and Robbie Phillips, Lion Luther Cope, Volunteer John Marks, Lion Larry Frye, vol. Lindsey Francis, Lions Boyd Harper, and Harold Walker, vol. David Lewis, Lions Justin Kay, and Tom Owens, volunteers Kayla Powell, Zach Oakes, and Sam Glenn and Lion Bill Hensley.   Volunteers not pictured - Nathan Ferguson, Jeremy Mounts, Roger Bowling and Jerry Dials.   photo by Rose Hensley

On Saturday, May 6th, 22 Scott Teays Lions Club members and volunteers picked up trash along a two mile section of North Poplar Fork Road.  This is part of the WV Adopt-a-highway program. Twenty-seven bags of trash were collected.  This was less than normal and is probably because a pipeline is being installed along the road and some of the litter may have been buried.   The only unusual items found were two $1 bills and a costume jewelry ring. Lion Justin Kay coordinated the event. The next clean-up will be scheduled in October.



Boyd Harper, Past District Governor 29-O 1996-97 & Past Council Chairman MD-29 1997-98

 William "Bill" Hensley Past President WV Lions Sight Foundation


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