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Cash or Can Food Drive

Palmer Lions in partnership with the Mat-Su Salvation Army are hosting a Cash or Can Food Drive. During this time our local food pantries have been hit hard. The need is even greater as we enter into these winter months. You can donate boxed or canned goods at Mat-Su Salvation Army or in the bin down at the Valley Hotel. Another option is to donate cash. You can donate directly by clicking on this button. All money donated will be given directly to our local food pantries. None of the money is kept by the Lions Club. This is just our way of trying to help.


Palmer Lions Club Annual Gun Show 

Due to the Covid 19 pandemic this years Gun Show has been cancelled. If you have not received your refund for tables please give it until September 1st. If you still have not been compensated call Lion Mary at 907 841 2266. We will try again in the spring.


Our Weekly Meetings
Our recent meetings have had speakers from Alaska Farmland Trust, the Anchorage Lions - BEEP Baseball team, SAFE Families for Children Mat-Su, Tundra Safety and Training. Our upcoming meetings will have speakers from HeartReach Center and Alaska State Chamber of Commerce's Business Week Program. We meet every Tuesday at Noon at the Palmer Moose Lodge.


In the Past
We have had some extraordinary service opportunities. We served as security at the Mat-Su NFL Play 60 hosted by the Mat-Su Seahawker Booster Club, United Way of Mat-Su, and Community Sports Inc. At this event, the Superbowl Champion Seattle Seahawks came to join the Mat-Su kids in one day of active play.

Our Lions that volunteered got the opportunity to hangout with Heath Farwell and Mike Morgan as well as the Lombardi Trophy.

Palmer Lions with the Seattle Seahawks


We also provided a sponsorship to the Day of Action and Stuff the Bus Program and hosted our own school supply drive. On July 31st, some of our Lions came out to help sort school supplies and stuff backpacks that will go back out into our community via our school district. Over 150 community volunteers came out and stuffed 700+ backpacks.




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