The Pleasant Hill Lions Club is a community service organization. Our efforts are devoted to providing charitable services to members of the Pleasant Hill community.  We support our  youth, schools, police department, recreation & park district and other non-profit and community groups.  

The community service projects in which we play an active role:

- Our Annual January Crab Feed - our primary fund raiser
- Center for the Visually Impaired in Pittsburg 
- Wilderness Camp
- Special Kids Day
- Student Speaker Contest Club level Contest (High School students)
- Winslow Scholarships  (High School Seniors)
- Peace Poster Contest Club level Contest (Middle School Students)
- Pleasant Hill Veteran's Day Celebration 
- PH Rec and Park District Egg-Citing Egg Hunt -  provide refreshments, operate the train, run the                     Egg Hunt 
- PH Rec and Park District Holiday Festival
- PH Community Service Day - provide pancake breakfast
- PH 4th of July Commission
- Rodgers Ranch
- Sight Savers Foundation - patient referral
- American Cancer Society Relay for Life 
- National Night Out - cook hamburgers and hot dogs

and these groups we provide support to:

- Canine Companions For Independence
- Irvin Deutscher YMCA
- White Pony Express
- Lions Hearing Foundation
- City of Hope

The Pleasant Hill Lions Club was chartered in October of 1952.  We have been serving our community ever since.  We meet twice a month.  The Lions Club is an international organization with 46,000 local clubs and more than 1.4 million members in over 200 countries around the world.

If you want to help serve the members of our community please consider joining our effort!

Contact Dick Lepre phone 415.244.9383 email or 

Lissa Cosso 925.360.9439  email



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