Welcome to the Spartanburg Lions Club

Chartered May 23, 1922

The primary objective of the Spartanburg Lions Club is to serve others in the Spartanburg, South Carolina, community and then to others in need wherever they may be.

Meeting times are every Monday, except for holidays and 5th Mondays of the month, from 1:00pm to 2:00pm at Sparks Restaurant in the Spartanburg Downtown Marriott Hotel. The Marriott Hotel is located at the corner of North Church Street and East Daniel Morgan Avenue.

If you would like to know more about the Spartanburg Lions Club or would like to visit one of our meetings, send an e-mail to the webmaster or write us at

Spartanburg Lions Club
PO Box 647
Spartanburg, SC 29304

Mark Berry - 2018-2019 Spartanburg Lions Club President

Mark Barry has been a member of the Spartanburg Lions Club since 1997. 

I look forward to serving the Spartanburg community with every one of our members of the Lions Club. We are beginning our 96th year as a club and we are one of the oldest and largest clubs in the state. We are also a very active club. Through fundraising efforts and service projects, the Spartanburg Lions Club stays connected to the needs of those less fortunate that need assistance with vision, diabetes, hunger relief and pediatric cancer issues. The members of the Lions Club consist of people with different professional backgrounds that have one common goal and that is “To Serve”.  Through these members talents I have gained confidence as well as support to continue the momentum our past president has initiated before me. 

Barry is a graduate of Spartanburg High School and of  USC Upstate.  He is currently a Captain with the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office and has been employed with the Sheriff’s Office for 32 years. He and his wife Lucy, have two children, Adrienne (29) and Ryan (27). He and his family are members of St. Paul’s Catholic Church in Spartanburg.






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