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 Noblesville Lions Club

Organized on May 6, 1942

IN District 25-D


The Noblesville Lions Club is a volunteer organization whose purpose is to serve the community and dedicate part of their spare time to help those in need.

Noblesville Lions is a part of a greater
structure of the Lions of Indiana, Inc., and the
International Association of Lions Clubs.


Noblesville Lions meet for dinner meetings on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month at 6:30pm. Meetings may include a business meeting, planning for current and future projects, and guest speakers which often bring about lively discussions. Lions meet at Gingers, 1111 S. 10th St., and the location may change occasionally.

The Ideal

Lionism began in 1917 when a group of independent clubs responded to an ideal presented to them by a young Chicago insurance agent, Melvin Jones. The ideal was one of service as a group to those in need without regard to politics, religion,
race, or in any way personal interest of the members. This was heralded as a departure from the trend current at that time of forming clubs basically with a commercial motive. A conference was called of some 25 independent clubs on June 7, 1917, and from this meeting, the organization was born.

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Noblesville Lions serve in many ways
- Volunteering at community events
- Fund raising events on the square in Noblesville
Pork Chop Lunch/DInner & Pancake Breakfast


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