Who are the Slidell Noon Lions?

The Slidell Noon Lions Club has lived by the service creed of Lionism since our founding in 1928 here in the Slidell community.  Our club has remained active and contibuted to the well being and growth of our Slidell community all these years.  Some of our activities include.


Touch A Truck

This project is over Thank you to all our sponsors and supporters. 




Slidell Noon Lions Pancake Breakfast “Last Saturday of the Month" mark your calendar. The Slidell Noon Lions will host another fantastic pancake breakfast this Saturday, December 28. All are encouraged to come visit between 8:00 and 11:00 a.m. for scrumptious breakfast, pancakes, sausage, coffee or milk.  Decorating contest this month for children so come down and have some fun with breakfast. The cost is only $6.00 come and supports some great programs. The Lion Den is located 356 Cleveland Ave (at the corner of Carey and Cleveland) in Olde Towne. Bring family and friends and enjoy some great hospitality and an excellent breakfast while helping to support community projects. Proceeds are utilized for the support of Lions charities Louisiana Lion Eye Foundation, Louisiana Lion Cripple Children Camp, Leader Dog and Lions Club International Foundation. Thank you for your support



There will be no Bingo December 26. There will resume Bingo December 28 after Pancake Breakfasrt starting 11:30 AM at Lion's Den 356 Cleveland Street.

      Cub Sight




~ Screening the eyes of our youth.  This past year club members screened the eyes of more than 1,300 pre-school age children in order to identify diseases and conditions of young children's eyes that may be correctable or treatable.  This important service is provided at no expense to the families through the Cubsight Program of the Louisiana Lions Eye Foundation.


Louisiana Lions Camp




~ Support of the LA Lions Camp for Handicapped and Diabetic YouthThe Noon Lions sponsor handicapped and diabetic youths each year to attend the special Lions camp in Anococo, LA at no charge to campers.  A great experience for these special kids.


Louisiana Lions Eye Foundation



The Louisiana Lions Eye Foundation takes part in several projects that help not only people in need of eye care assistance in our state,  but across the world,  including the Lions Eyeglass recycling Program,  The Cubsight Program,  our Low Vision program, and more.           

Vision Assistance Program               

 Following our meetings each Thursday the club interviews individuals that need glasses but can't afford them.  We assist these individuals to apply for payment of these needed services by us and the LA Lions Eye Foundation.

 Recycling of Eyeglasses


  Our club collects thousands of pairs of used eyeglasses each year and sends them for cleaning and classification before being distributed throughout the world wherever eyeglasses are needed by those who cannot afford or otherwise obtain them.


World Diabetes Day




Joining Forces to Fight Diabetes

Lions work with local community partners and national diabetes associations to promote diabetes education and awareness throughout the year.  We also commemorate World Diabetes Day, an annual campaign led by the International Diabetes Federation on November 14.



~ Community Involvement The Slidell Noon Lions Club participates and involves itself in many community activities such as the Keep Slidell Beautiful Program, Camellia City Market.  We also make donations of cash or goods and volunteer many hours in support of worthy casuses within our community. We care--We Serve--We help. 


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