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Our motto is “We Serve”…Our main project is very dear to all of us and to anyone who goes by walking or just visiting…”The Sensory Garden for the Blind”, which is located in Grassland Park on Manley Lane, behind Grassland Elementary School off Highway 431N is about six (6) miles from Franklin.  We have many organizations help with ”The Garden”…It is a full time job for our Club and all who help…We are very appreciative for everyone who helps…

We also work with the Franklin Lions Club helping with the Pediatric Eye Program at Vanderbilt University Hospital…The Clubs screen children up to Six (6) years of age in Williamson County for amblyopia which is a leading cause of blindness in children…We collect eyeglasses, hearing aids, cell phones, ink cartridges for recycling…We support  “Saddle Up” , an Equine Therapy Program for youth. 

The Lions Club is an International Group of People all over the world who are dedicated to helping prevent blindness and providing support and services to those who have impaired vision…We also have a facility where we train Leader Dogs for blind individuals…And also work for the prevention of Measles...

Whenever there is a disaster anywhere in the world, the Lions are the first people to respond, by both physically helping and monetary help…

Your time, effort and voice will be heard at our Lions Club!  Please come and be my guest at the Holiday Inn Express and Suites in Franklin.  We meet the second and fourth Thursday of every month at 8:00am.

Scott Johnston


Williamson County Lions Club


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Sensory Garden for the Blind Paver Bricks are available for purchase.  Paver Bricks are $100 and will be placed in the Sensory Garden for the Blind which is located in Grassland Park off of Manley Lane behind Grassland Elementary School in Franklin, TN.  Engraving allows up to 3 lines and a maximum of 18 characters (letter, number or space) per line.  For more information, please contact Lion Chuck Wells at (615) 403-6500.  The following order form can be printed for your use: Paver Brick Order Form 




The  Williamson County Lions Club is raising funds to expand their service project, The Sensory Garden for the Blind.  The garden is located in Grassland Park in Brentwood, TN.  

Sensory gardens entice the five senses and encourage visitors to interact; such as tasting a bit of rosemary, touching the fuzzy leaves of lamb’s ears, or sniffing fragrant lavender. 

But, the garden doesn’t only benefit the blind. Sensory gardens benefit everyone—especially those with sensory processing issues—such as autism and dementia. 

The next phase will be called the Imagination and Discovery Garden and will be designed for kids ages 1-8.  It will include a water feature and a child-size English maze, multiple rock gardens, and several sitting areas. 

The project is 100% supported by community donations and fundraisers.   Any donations are greatly appreciated and can be mailed to the club mailing address:

Williamson County Lions Club 

P.O. Box 2121

Brentwood, TN 37034




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