Tenino Lions Club

The Tenino Lions Club was founded in 1939, and has been serving the Tenino community ever since. Check out our Projects page for details on the many ways we serve.

You are encouraged to join us in our efforts. See the contact information below or the "Contact Us" page for ways to get in touch, and to learn about joining our ranks. We work hard and have a lot of fun!                                                  

We also have monthly dinner meetings at the historic Quarry House at 217 Park Avenue, or at a different location. Contact us through facebook messaging or email for more information.

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A GREAT BIG "Thank you!"   to the Tenino  and Bucoda community for their generous contributions to our White Cane Days drive, outside the Tenino Market Fresh and the Tenino Post Office this past weekend (May 3rd and 4th) ! About 300 people accepted a white cane pin to wear for the day, helping us raise awareness of the needs of the vision and hearing impaired. The many optional donations we received will go 100% towards helping community members with their eyesight and hearing needs, including eye and ear appointments, glasses, and hearing aids.


The white cane is a symbol of the vision-impaired, and of the independence, confidence and skills of those who rely on a white cane to guide their walk through life. The Tenino Lions Club joined other Lions throughout the Northwest in recognizing White Cane Days, which originated as White Cane Safety Day, established by President Lyndon Johnson in 1964.

Lions meet the needs of local communities and the world every day because they share a core belief - to serve their community.

Lions have a dynamic history. Founded in 1917, we are best known for fighting blindness, but we also volunteer for many different kinds of community projects - including caring for the environment, feeding the hungry and aiding seniors and the disabled.

Lions give sight. By conducting vision screenings, equipping hospitals and clinics, distributing medicine and raising awareness of eye disease, Lions work toward their mission of providing vision for all. We have extended our commitment to sight conservation through countless local efforts and through our international SightFirst Program, which works to eradicate blindness.

Lions serve youth. Our community projects often support local children and schools through scholarships, recreation and mentoring. Internationally, we offer many programs, including the Peace Poster Contest, Youth Camps and Exchange and Lions Quest. 

Our Leo Program provides the youth of the world with an opportunity for personal development through volunteering. There are approximately 144,000 Leos and 5,700 Leo clubs in more than 140 countries worldwide.

Lions award grants. Since 1968, the Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) has awarded more than US$700 million in grants to support Lions humanitarian projects around the world. LCIF was also ranked the number one nongovernmental organization in a 2007 study by The Financial Times.

Lions help during disasters. Together, our Foundation and Lions are helping communities following natural disasters by providing for immediate needs such as food, water, clothing and medical supplies – and aiding in long-term reconstruction.

Lions are active. Our motto is "We Serve." Lions are part of a global service network, doing whatever is necessary to help our local communities.

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