Jamestown Lions Club Pancake Breakfast

The Jamestown Lions Club is having a Pancake Breakfast on June the 24th from 8am to 10am at Parkwood Baptist Church Fellowship Hall,  2107 Penny Road High Point.   The cost is adults $6:00 Children 8 and under is $4.Price also includes sausage, juice and coffee.

Vision Van

Dr. Sethi

4/24/2017 By Nicholas Brown In 1996, Dr. Shashi Sethi, then a 10-year member of the Hamilton Lakes Lions Club, had an idea. Some might call it a vision. First he shared it with fellow Lions club members. Dr. Sethi, then a practicing Greensboro ophthalmologist, wanted Lions in the Triad area to put a “vision van” … [Read more…]

Help Wanted and Needed

Any Lion in the Hoke, Moore, or Richmond County area is needed to help with our recruitment in Raeford, NC. Our first meeting is Sunday, March 5 at the Hampton Inn, 200 Columbus Dr, Aberdeen, NC, at 7:30pm. Lion Ray Harper, a new club extension advisor from Lions Clubs International, will be here to guide … [Read more…]

Lions Day at The Ballpark

UPDATE: DEADLINE FOR TICKETS CHANGED TO JUNE 12 Robert Smith Baseball Flyer Hello Fellow Lions, On Father’s day, June 18th 2017, the Greensboro Grasshopper baseball team is hosting Lions Day at the Ballpark with a special guest, Robert F. Smith. Robert is the son of legendary soul singer O.C. Smith, who sang “Little Green Apples”, … [Read more…]

Talbots Brighter Visions Fundraiser December 16th

FLYERS PDF Version    PNG Version Happy Tuesday! I hope everyone is having an excellent start to their week. North Carolina Lions, Inc. has teamed up with Talbots for a fundraiser supporting the Brighter Visions Campaign from 4-8 p.m. on Friday, December 16th. We will be at four (4) Talbots locations in North Carolina: Southern … [Read more…]

Waxhaw Lions participate in Waxhaw’s Fright Night

Picture of 1 child in costume turtle standing at Lions Club tent.

The Waxhaw Lions participated in Waxhaw’s Fright Night on Saturday, October 29, 2016. Children dressed in costumes visited out booth where we handled out five large tubs of candy. We were continuously busy from 4:00 to 7:00 PM and probably “treated” at least 250 or more children. This was our first time participating in this … [Read more…]