Don't Miss Our Upcoming Events!

  • Eyeglass Unwrapping and Sorting, Thursday, November 16, 2017, 10am-1pm, Diablo Room, Hillside Clubhouse. Volunteers needed to sort the thousands of glasses donated by an online eyeglass company.  If you would like to order a $7.00 sandwich lunch (sandwich, chips, drink, cookies), please call Sandy Weber, 925-949-7571 to make your sandwich selection.

Welcome to the Rossmoor Lions Club!

The main focus of the Lions Club is to provide support to the hearing and sight impaired. The Rossmoor Lions Club is committed to supporting our Rossmoor community and a variety of charities locally and internationally.  The Rossmoor Lions Club was started in 1966 and currently averages 40 members ranging in age from 55 to over 90.

Join us!  Whether you were a Lion elsewhere or if you want to join for the first time, we welcome and encourage you to become involved with the Rossmoor Lions Club.  We are here to enhance the lives of others, support our community, enjoy the camaraderie of our group, and make new friends.  You are welcome to attend any of our meetings.

A good way to get to know our club is to attend our eyeglass sorting and packing meetings held every quarter.  The packed eyeglasses are taken to prisons where prisoners use a lensometer to recycle the glasses.  Afterwards, the glasses are stored in a Lions collection center in Vallejo.  The glasses are then shipped to Mexico, Central America, and Asia where Lions optometrists perform free eye exams and glass fittings for people who cannot afford eye care.  

To become a member or inquire about membership, contact:

  • Skip Zehnder, President
  • (502) 528-3512

Meeting Information:

First and third Thursday of the month

Hillside Clubhouse, Diablo Room, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

  • Lunch is served 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

  • Speaker/general meeting 12:30 - 1:00 pm

How we support Rossmoor:

  • Provide sight assistance equipment and hearing aids to low income residents

  • Conduct free seminars on hearing and sight impairment

  • Conduct free hearing and eye screenings for residents

  • Schedule home visits by sight specialist to help residents’ personal adjustment to sight loss

  • Loan closed circuit TV (CCTV) reading machines to residents

  • Collect used eyeglasses and hearing aids to be recycled

  • Hold the Antique Appraisal fundraising event

  • Hold the White Cane Day fundraising event

  • Provide eggnog at the holiday tree lighting ceremony

  • Provide coffee and donuts at the July 4th celebration and Flea Markets

  • Serve breakfast at golf tournaments

Below are links related to Lions Club:

Lions Club International                      

Lions In Sight of California and Nevada

Lions Club International Foundation (LCIF)

Information about prisoners helping Lions Club:






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