Ongoing Colwich Lions Club projects include:

- Eyeglass Collection. The Colwich Lions Club collects used eyeglasses for people in need.  Please drop off your used eyeglasses in the boxes located at businesses throughout the city.  We have collected thousands of glasses since 2009. 


- Student of the Month. Each month, Colwich Elementary staff picks a student to be the school Student of the Month. Winners are recognized at the monthly club meeting with a trophy and gift card.

-Fireworks Stand.  The club's biggest fundraiser. The Colwich Lions Club would like to thank all of the volunteers that helped with the Lions Fireworks Stand.  We wouldn't have had the success that we did, if it weren't for all of our volunteers.  The proceeds from the sale of the Fireworks will be used to fund  community projects.

- Colwich Heritage Festival.  The Colwich Lions Club is active in the local festival, starting with an entry in the parade. The Club also helps with other events at the festival.  The Club generally makes a donation to the Heritage Festival committee for the evenings fireworks. .

Annual Community Tree Lighting.  The Colwich Lions Club sponsors the annual tree lighting and caroling in the Veterans Park, providing free hot chocolate and candy canes. 

- Assist the Salvation Army with Ringing Bells.  The Colwich Lions Club rings bells for the Salvation Army  at Christmas time, generating donations for that organization.


Past Colwich Lions Club projects include:

-Annual Santa Visit.  The Colwich Lions Club Sponsored the annual Santa Visit. Decorated the City Council meeting room, provided Santa and Mrs. Claus, cookies, punch and collected donations to help needy families in Colwich.


-Food Handlers Class.  The Colwich Lions Club sponsored a Food Handlers class in 2011 and again when the cards needed to be renewed in 2015. 


- June 2011 Renwick Education Foundation Golf Tournament.  The Colwich Lions Club sponsored a tee box at the Renwick Education Foundation Golf Tournament.

-April 21, 2012 City Wide Cleanup Day.  The Colwich Lions Club manned a hazardous waste collection site during the city wide cleanup day.

- January 2011.  The Colwich Lions Club made a donation to the Planeview sight clinic that is part of the Hunter Health Clinic sight project.  This clinic will provide much needed sight screening and eyeglasses for people in and around the Planeview area.

-Adopted local families who needed assistance at Christmastime, by providing toys and personal items, and food.

-July 17, 2010 Several Lions members assisted WESTAR with the building of the pedestrian bridge in the East Park.

 -May 31, 2010 Assisted with the Veterans Memorial Dedication by cleaning the park, and providing donuts and selling lunch as a fundraiser for future projects.

-February 14, 2010 Provided the KS Lions Sight Foundation Health Screening Unit during a major local event to provide free screenings to approx.40 people.



Adopt-A-Highway Clean-up. 2011-2017 The Colwich Lions Club maintained a two mile section of 167th St  north of the city to K-96.



If you would like to join our club or help with any of our projects, e-mail us at, or come to our next meeting. Also, if you know of any projects the Lions could help with here in Colwich, be sure to contact us!



 A Single person's dues is $40 for 6 months, that is due on July 1st and January 1st. 

A Couple's dues is $70 for 6 months, that is due on July 1st and January 1st.


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