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“Serving the Red Lion Community since 1924.”

Welcome!

We are pleased that you are interested in our club.

There are many reasons to become a member or a volunteer.

Lions:

  • Help the Red Lion Community and gain valuable skills.
  • Make an impact on people's lives - locally and internationally.
  • Learn to be leaders and help lead a respected organization.
  • Network with people in our community, in the state and around the world.
  • Energize your life and have fun.
  • Grow personally and professionally.
  • Know that what you do is worthwhile and appreciated.

Membership is by invitation, volunteers are always welcome!

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Our Motto:  We Serve!


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HOME LIONS JOURNEY

Making History Every Day

With every project completed and each person served, we make history. We’ve been around for over 100 years, yet our story is still in the making. And we wouldn’t have it any other way. It’s being written by helping hands, by shovels hitting the dirt, and by lives and communities being improved in over 200 countries and geographic areas around the world.

1917: The Beginning of Lions Clubs International 

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In response to social problems created by World War I and rapid industrialization, a Chicago businessman named Melvin Jones invites business clubs from around the USA to a meeting where the Association of Lions Clubs is formed.

1920: Lions Go International

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Just three years after founding, Lions International becomes international when the Border Cities Lions Club in Windsor, Canada is established. At the time, Lions were active in 23 U.S. states with a total of 6,400 members.

1925: Becoming “Knights of the Blind”

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Helen Keller addresses Lions at the International Convention in Cedar Point, Ohio, USA. She famously challenges Lions to become "knights of the blind in the crusade against darkness." This begins a century-long mission—impacting hundreds of millions of lives through vision-related work.

1945: Uniting Nations

Lions and other representatives from 46 nations meet to help establish the NGO section of the United Nations (UN), underscoring Lions International’s commitment to a "certain and lasting peace for the world." Today, Lions continue to work with the UN at the annual Lions Day with the United Nations and…

1957: Leos Are Introduced

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The Leo Program is developed to provide the youth of the world with an opportunity for personal development through volunteering. Today, there are more than 175,000 Leos and 7,000 Leo clubs in over than 140 countries worldwide.

1968: Establishing Our Foundation

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Lions Clubs International Foundation is created, with the mission "to support the efforts of Lions clubs and partners in serving communities locally and globally, giving hope and impacting lives through humanitarian service projects and grants." Today, our foundation has awarded more than $1 billion in grants.

1990: Launching SightFirst

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Lions launch a campaign to help restore sight and prevent blindness on a global scale. More than 488 million people have been impacted over the last 30 years.

2017: Lions Turn 100

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The 100th year of serving local communities and the globe is celebrated at the Lions Clubs International Centennial Convention in Chicago, Illinois, USA—the same city where the association began.

 

We Are Just Getting Started

As we continue to move further into our second century of service, our commitment to taking action and making a positive impact on the world is stronger than ever. The over 1.4 million people who are Lions already know the power of putting kindness in action. But for those who are not, we encourage you to reach out to one of our 47,000 clubs and see how you too can get involved in one of the greatest forces for good the world has ever known.

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Lions Clubs International is the world's largest service club organization with more than 1.4 million members in approximately 46,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world.

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