Camarillo Amber's Light Lions Club

Welcome to Camarillo Amber's Light Lions Club.  Our club chartered in February 2011 with the primary mission of raising funds to provide recreational equipment for special needs children throughout Camarillo and the Pleasant Valley area. The club is named in honor of Amber Farlow, an 8-year-old Australian girl who was born severely handicapped but a joyful spirit and inspiration in spite of it.   

We have expanded our primary mission and have a wide variety of service projects and fundraising activities. Our service areas include Vision, Diabetes, Seniors, Youth, Environment, Hunger & Childhood Cancer.

The club meets at 6:30 P.M. (6:00 P.M. social time) on the second and fourth Mondays of the month at the Camarillo Community Center (1605 Burnley St.) in Room 6. We welcome visitors and prospective members. Please reach out to our Membership Chair, Mary Ann Novak ( with any questions

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