Meetings

Next Meeting:

Please join us on Tuesday, November 20th, for our club meeting. Our speaker will be Brian Lairson, Executive Director of the Lions Meadows of Hope. Formerly known as the Oklahoma Lions Boys Ranch, Lions Meadows of Hope is a foster care agency and official project of the Lions Clubs of Oklahoma. They contract with DHS to recruit, train, certify and provide ongoing support to foster parents. They have 5 homes on their 160 acre campus that were built specifically for foster parents to live in and provide a safe and loving home for a minimum of four children, with the primary goal of keeping brothers and sisters together. They also certify and support foster parents in the Perkins area that choose to foster in their own homes.

Try to get there by 11:30 to get your food.

First United Methodist Church

1115 S. Boulder Avenue

In Parker Hall

 

Tulsa Downtown Lions Meeting Schedule!!

 

  1. First Tuesday: Club Meeting with Guest Speaker. - meet at First United Methodist Church 1115 South Boulder Avenue.
  2. Second Tuesday:  No Meeting
  3. Third Tuesday: Club Meeting with Guest Speaker. - meet at First United Methodist Church.
  4. Fourth Tuesday: Board Meeting - meet at First United Methodist Church.
  5. Fifth Tuesday: (if there is one) no DAYTIME meeting, but we will get together after work (around 5:30) at Baxter's Interurban Grill 717 S. Houston Avenue, Tulsa, OK  for a Happy Hour Lion's get-together.  Always ask, or you may be at a private happy hour!

 

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Our Club is a Founders Club of Lions International, organized October 11, 1916.  We serve the Tulsa area, principally by assisting the visually and physically impaired. Our motto is: "WE SERVE." We are the Home Club of the late Dr. Robert McCullough, Lions International Past President. While our club is the "downtown club," many of our members work and live outside the downtown area. Visitors are always welcome.

New members are always invited. See our "New members invited" page for more information about us. If you or someone you know may be interested in becoming a Lion and serving the community, please visit us or contact one of our club officers. 

If you wish to donate eyeglasses, contact us.  We have several drop off sites around the Tulsa area.  

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    Helen Keller: "Alone we can do so little. Together we can do so much."

In response to Helen Keller's challenge to us in 1925, we became "Knights of the Blind in the crusade against darkness."

 

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