Big Horn Lion Contributions 

During a recent period, the Big Horn Lions Club has made contributions to the following organizations:

Sheridan Health Center

Big Horn Football

Big Horn High School - Project Graduation

Big Horn Baseball Club

Big Horn Woman's Club

Wyoming Girls School

Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Bank

Leader Dogs for the Blind

Allen H Stewart Building Fund

Big Horn Lions Club Projects                          

Sackett Park cleanup:  The Big Horn Lions Club spends a Saturday morning in April, on or near Earth Day, preparing the Park for summer use.  Weeds are removed, trees trimmed, and brush cut and removed.  In the past, trees have been planted and picnic tables repaired and installed.                                                                 

Vision screening:  In cooperation with the other Sheridan county Lions Clubs, the Big Horn Lions screen pre-kindergarten students in Sheridan County School Districts One and Three and Holy Name School in the spring and fall of each school year.  Parents may use the referral information provided to secure additional evaluation with an eye care professional.                                             

Scholarship awards:  Big Horn High School seniors may apply for a one-year $1500 scholarship in March of each school year which is awarded to selected students at graduation.  

Gene Griffith/Jim Wilson Memorial Fishing Day:  Kindergarteners through 3rd graders from Big Horn Elementary School are invited to the Wilson Pond at the end of May and matched up with a BH Lion for an hour of supervised fishing.

Mount Hope Cemetery clean up: During the week before Memorial Day, Big Horn Lions offer their manpower to getting the lawn area in the cemetery ready for Memorial Day and the summer season.                                                                     

Golf Tournament:  In September 2022, the Big Horn Lions Club sponsored a golf tournament at the Powder Horn Golf Club.  A second Big Horn Lions golf tournament was held in September 2023 and both were very successful.  Plans are to make this an annual event.

Executive Committee:  The driving force behind the Lions Club is the executive committee which functions as the business end of the Lions Club.  It is formed by members and officers of the club and meets on the third Thursday of each month except for December, June, and July.

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