Club Projects

Used eyeglasses for recyclingEyeglass Recycling - Our club collects used, unwanted eyeglasses through multiple collection boxes located throughout the town.  If you have any old pairs or eyeglasses lying around your home, please take them to one of our collection boxes and we will recycle them and get them to a person in need.  Please help give others the Gift of Sight!


 Mops and BroomsDid you know the Fitzgerald Lions Club sells Mops and Brooms?

The Lions Club, whose motto is “We Serve”, reinvests the proceeds of this project in the local community in the form of college scholarships, eye glasses for needy children, youth sports, school projects, and many other Lions Club projects. The Fitzgerald Lions are proud to offer these mops and brooms for sale to the public.

 For more information please contact Randy Rodgers, Project Chairperson at (229) 423-3883.


Fitzgerald Lions Club Park

Lions Park Road signThe Fitzgerald Lions Club field was established in 1982 for the benefit of all youth in the surrounding area. Since that time, two fields have been dedicated in memory of two young athletes who were avid softball and baseball players. Mandy Luckie and Cory Hall will remain in the hearts and minds of all who have or will use these fields.

Lions Club Field









The 26th Annual Lions Club Charity Golf Tournament

Winners of the 26th Annual Lions Club Charity Golf Tournament that was held April 25, 2013 at Turkey Creek Golf Course were Larry McConnell, Mike Lewis, David Chaney, and Rodney Clemons. Tournament director and Lions member Walt Gordon is shown handing them their winning check. Seven teams of four golfers turned out to support the event and help the Lions Club in our efforts to bring awareness to the fight against blindness. The first ever all-women's team played. The team consisted of our own Renee Richardson and Wilma Jean Clemons, Judy Dale, and Sue Winn. Go girls!!!






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