Thanks for visiting the Ham Lake Lions website. We are located in Ham Lake, Minnesota.

For many years, the Lions Club has been actively serving the civic interests of the community and promoting the welfare of individuals through physical and monetary assistance. A nonprofit organization, the Lions Club hosts annual fundraisers, and participates in or sponsors activities like the Seniors’ Christmas Party, Adopt-A-Highway, Snowmobile Safety, Youth Camps and Youth Exchange, Eye bank, Leader and Hearing Dogs, and donates to local schools and fire departments, along with many donations to members of the community.

Our club stays busy through the year with many projects. We answer the call to the community when we can all through the year. We do other projects throughout the year that maybe don’t get noticed much. We have a road cleaning project that is done twice a year. Once in the spring and once in the fall.

We deliver food baskets to the needy in the community at Thanksgiving and also at Christmas time.

Also if there is a need at any time we as Lions respond quick

Our club sponsored the Cub Scout Pack 508 in 1966, and have been supporting them ever since.

We hold a Booya along with the Ham Lake fire Department in October every year.

Our club makes up and donates food baskets each year at Thanksgiving and at Christmas.

We have a Pancake Breakfast every year, that is scheduled on Palm Sunday. THE BEST IN THE AREA.

We host a dinner for the Senior Citizens of our Community every Year in December at Glen Cary Lutheran Church. This includes Entertainment, The likes of Tony Jambor.

We have donated many American Flags to Eagle Scouts from the area. Lion Sherm Baklund is our Liaison with the Scouts.

The Community Needs Committee meets, the second Tuesday of each month at the Ham Lake Lanes. This is a meeting where if there is a need for monies, a Presentation can be made and The Lions Club will approve or disapprove.

We Hold Snowmobile Training Classes each year for the community. Lion Marv Buchholz has been the Chairman for years, since the start. Lion Marv was given an Award by Governor Pawlenty.


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