The World's Largest Civic Club Organization

Lions are an international network of 1.4 million men and women in 206 countries and geographic areas who work together to answer the needs that challenge communities around the world.

Lions Clubs International

Lions Clubs International was founded in the United States in 1917 A.D.     by Melvin Jones, a Chicago businessman. Lion Jones asked, with regard to his colleagues, "What if these men who are successful because of their drive, intelligence and ambition, were to put their talents to work improving their communities?"

Lion Jones' personal code, "You can't get very far until you start doing something for somebody else," reminds many Lions of the importance of community service.

The Lions motto is “We Serve.” Local Lions Club programs include sight conservation, hearing and speech conservation, diabetes awareness, youth outreach, international relations, environmental issues, and other programs.

All funds raised by Lions Clubs from the general public are used for charitable purposes, and administrative costs are kept strictly separate and paid for by Lion members.

Lions Clubs plan and participate in a wide variety of service projects that meet the international goals of Lions Clubs International as well as the needs of their local communities.


Lions focus on work for the blind and visually impaired began when Helen Keller addressed the International Convention at Cedar Point, Ohio on the 30th. of June 1925 A.D. and charged Lions to be Knights of the Blind.


Lions meet the needs of our communities and the world, ranging from assisting the visually impaired and working with local youth to medical missions and disaster relief.


How to become a member of the Pine Level Lions Club

Contact the Lion President, Lion Secretary or any Lions Member of the       Pine Level Lions Club, and then express a sincere interest in joining the Pine Level Lions Club.

Membership in the Pine Level Lions Club may be attained by invitation only and the standards are reasonably high and limited to persons of good moral character and reputation.

The completion of the Lions Clubs International Membership Application    (By Invitation Only) does not imply or guarantee that the                             Pine Level Lions Club will invite a candidate to join the Club.

A current Pine Level Lions Club member must sponsor a candidate and the Club reserves the right to deny approval for membership.

The membership application is not valid unless approved and signed by the sponsoring Lion, the Club secretary, the Club membership committee chairperson, and an officer of the Pine Level Lions Club's board of directors.

Then the completed application is given to the sponsoring Lion to present to the Pine Level Lions Club membership for a vote.

If elected the candidate will be informed when to appear before the Club to be inducted a new member of the Pine Level Lions Club, thus receiving all the rights and privileges of membership in Lionism.  


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