Spokane Central Lions was chartered in 1922.
Mission Statement: In the bonds of International friendship, service minded members of Spokane Central Lions Club lead their community through service to visually and hearing impaired, youth and diabetes awareness.
Committees of Spokane Central: Contact the Lions Office at 328-6900 for information and assistance.
Sight and Hearing: Meets the 3rd Wed. of each month at 12:00 at Lilac Services for the Blind. Applications for services are reviewed at that time.
Youth Services:Provides medical needs for children up the age of 19. Support of Camp STIX, a camp for kids with diabetes.
Holiday Families: Provide assistance with Thansgiving and Christmas.
Children's Holiday Party: Celebrate the holidays with a group of students.
Girl Scouts: We provide assistance with opening and closing of camp and projects to make camp Four Echoes a great place for the scouts.
Scholarship: We provide scholarships to high school seniors.
Debate: We honor our local debaters and the contributions they make to the community.
Beer Garden: This is our largest fundraiser. Support our efforts during the Spokane Fair in September and several other times at events held at the fairgrounds. This funds our many contributions to the community.
White Canes Day: The first weekend in May is set aside to collect donations and give away small white canes as a way of supporting our Northwest Lions Foundation. We have been able to access these funds to support our community needs.
Recycling: We have several paper boxes in the area. Please donate your papers. If you are interested in having a box placed at your business, contact the office 509-328-6900.
Program: We are always looking for new programs for our weekly meetings. If you have a program of interest, contact the office.
Membership: We are always looking for new members to become involved in the largest service organization in the world. Join us on Tuesday for lunch and get to know the club.