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Sheboygan Evening Lions
Serving our Community and Internationally since 1922

Business/Program Meeting - First Tuesday of the Month @ 6:30 PM

Bosrd  Meetings - Third Tuesday of the
Month @ 6:30 PM
Lakeshore Lanes
The Windjammer Banquet Hall
2519 S. Business Drive
Sheboygan, WI  53081
Since 1917, local Lions clubs have offered people just like you the opportunity to give something back to their community. Today, with over 1.4 million men and women in more than 180 countries, Lions have expanded their focus to help meet the ever increasing needs of our society.

The Sheboygan Evening Lions Club has been chartered since 1922. As a member of our Lions club you become aware of the needs of our com­munity and have the advantage to effectively make a difference. Our club provides volunteers with project management assistance, leadership training, personal development opportunities, and organized fundraising programs. Being a Lion empowers you to help others in a way that no one person could do.

Now more than ever, people with vision problems, the environment, our senior community, our youth and the disadvantaged around the world need your help. You can make a difference.

The Sheboygan Evening Lions Club is a service club that takes the Lions motto “WE SERVE” very seriously. Our members are dedicated and serve many hours to help raise money for a variety of causes. Some of our fund raisers include Rose Day Sales (selling and delivering flowers for Mother’s Day), operating a concession stand at Wings and Wheels, conducting a Corn Roast at Lakefest and brat frys throughout the year. Our members not only work to raise money but continue to serve by personally aiding someone in need of assis­tance. We also help educate the community about blindness, diabetes and the hearing impaired. Our volunteers provide vision screening to preschool children to help detect visions disorders that can easily be corrected with early diagnosis. 

We continually collect glasses and hearing aids for recycling to give to those who cannot afford this simple aid for a better quality of life.

One hundred percent of the money raised will be donated to a wide variety of worthy causes such as Lions Camp (a free camp for children and adults with special needs). On a local basis, our Club, has contributed monetarily to:
An organization cannot function well without a little down time for fellowship and relaxation. Fellowship is an integral and highly valued part of our Club. From the Tail Twister getting the fun started at our meetings, Christmas parties and Spouse nights, our club, although a service club, makes time for fun. We also expand our fellowship to other Lions Clubs as well. One example is our annual softball game with the Plymouth Lions Club.

∙ Scholarships
∙ Field of Dreams
∙ Foreign Exchange Students
∙ Leo Clubs
∙ Boy & Girl Scouts
∙ Eye Exam for those in need
∙ Leader Dog Training
Wisconsin Lions Foundation
INSIGHT and REINS Programs
St. Nicholas Hospital Drug Information
∙ Above & Beyond Children's Museum

Transportation for the Individuals with Visual Impairments
Bell Ringing for the Salvation Army
Wisconsin Eye Bank Tissue Transport
Collection of Used Eyeglasses & Hearing Aids

Locally Lions International provided $10,000  
of aid with an additional $12,000 donated by
local Lions Clubs after the flood of 1997.

2017 -2018 Club Officers
President: Dennis Ketterman

1st Vice President: Donna Zelenak
2nd Vice President: Lisa Knitt
3rd Vice President: Scott Winchester
Secretary: Ray Petersohn
Treasurer: Paul Corson
Tail Twister: Amanda Winchester
Lion Tamer: Don Gerber
Membership: Lou Cecil sutto
Andy Giesen
LCIF Coordinator: Lou Cecil 
1 Year Board Members (2) :
Larry Batterman & Lou Cecil
2 Year Board Members (2):
Phyllis Bacon & Ellen Cheney

The Sheboygan Evening Lions Major Fund Raising Events are: Rose Day Sales for Mother’s Day; Hot Dog Sales at Wings & Wheels; and Brat Fry’s throughout the year.

The Sheboygan Evening Lions Major Charitable Contributions are:  Wisconsin Lions Foundation; Lions Club International Foundation; Hearing & Sight Conservation; College Scholarships; Youth Activities; Lions Park; Lions Camp Cabin Project; American Field Service (AFS); Salvation Army Bell Ringing: and Community Projects (Food Relief).

These activities all relate to our Motto “WE SERVE” and our Slogan “LIBERTY, INTELLIGENCE, OUR NATIONS SAFETY”

Wisconsin Lions Camp Donations   Wisconsin Lions Camp - Rosholt

Sheboygan Evening Lions 90th Anniversary Pin
        Sheboygan Evening Lions 90th

                      Anniversary Pin

Lion Corn Roast
  Lions Ringing Bells for Salvation Army
    Bell Ringing for the Salvation Army
  Lions Rose Day Delivery
     Mother's Day Rose Sales & Delivery
  The Sheboygan Evening Lions Club is a great way to serve our community and make new friends at the same time.
Do you want to join us?


Sheboygan Evening Lions Club
Attn: Membership Chairman
P.O. Box 585
Sheboygan, WI 53082-0585
Links to Other Lions Club Sites
  Link to Wisconsin Lions Foundation
Last revised October 2016



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