Proudly Serving Our Island Community For 50 Years



Cedar Key Lions Club

 Florida’s Gulf Coast - As You Remember It

Proudly Serving Our Island Community For 50 Years

Levy County Eyesight Initiative

North Florida Hearing Aid Assistance

Old Florida Celebration of the Arts

Cedar Key High School Scholarships

College of Central Florida Scholarships

Cedar Key Food Pantry

Cedar Key Seafood Festival

Our Goal: 100% Environmental Sustainability

Cedar Key Lions Club
PO Box 68
Cedar Key, FL  32625
(352) 477-1276

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49th Annual Cedar Key Seafood Festival

Saturday October 20th & Sunday October 21st


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Cedar Key School

2018 Graduation Ceremonies

Cedar Key Lions Club Presented the Following

The Thelma McCain Community Service Scholarship

The P.H. Day Scholarship

The Lions Vocational Scholarship

Three Students Received STEPS to CF Scholarships

Fifth Grade Safety Patrol Washington DC Trip Donation

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"Small Clubs Do Miraculous Things"


Melvin Jones Recognition

Grand Lion Award

2018/2019 Officer Induction

Lion Bob Barto, Past District Governor from New York and Lion Patti Barto were guests of honor for the Cedar Key Lions Club’s May 22nd meeting.  Following a dinner of pizza and Lion Marsha’s home made cookies, Lion Bob hosted an evening that honored several club members.  

Lion Bob, a retired pharmacist at Corning Hospital in New York, has sponsored over 50 new Lions members, started 5 Lions Clubs and served as New York State District Governor (80/81). 

Lion Faye Sanders Accepts Melvin Jones Fellow Recognition

Lion Faye Sanders accepts Melvin Jones Award Recognition

Lion Mike Hodges is sworn in as Club President 50 years after his father, Gene Hodges, served as founding President of the Cedar Key Lions Club Lion Susan Rosenthal and Lion Anna Hodges were awarded Grand Lion of the Year


























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Old Florida Celebration of the Arts

Lions in The City Park

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Images Copyright Lion Rory Brennan


KidSight Vision Screening Continues Towards Our Goal of 500 Kids Screened!!




Dayna Miller, Waste Pro USA's Municipal Marketing Manager for North Central Florida, received a Certificate of Appreciation for generous support of the Cedar Key Lions Club's community service projects. Waste Pro USA partnered with the Lions Club to establish a scholarship at Cedar Key School. Now entering its 3rd year, the Sustainability Scholarship recognizes local youth who promote environmentally-responsible practices within their communities while maintaining excellent academic performance. This year’s award is ear-marked for members of Cedar Key School’s Fifth Grade Safety Patrol. Waste Pro USA’s scholarship, along with funds from the Lions Club will help send the students on a field trip to Washington DC. Ms Miller remarked, "One of the most rewarding things I can do on behalf of Waste Pro is partner with the Cedar Key Lions Club to make sure that Fifth Grade Safety Patrol students are able to travel to Washington DC as our future leaders."

Miller, who resides in nearby Alachua with her husband and two “furry” family members is Second Vice President of the Alachua Lions Club. Waste Pro's "Caring for Our Communities" is a banner she proudly carries. Ms. Miller observed that Waste Pro’s philosophy matches Lions Protecting the Environment initiative. Working with Waste Pro USA’s Fanning Springs facility, she coordinates both trash and recycling efforts for Cedar Key's annual Seafood Festival and Celebration of the Arts Festival. Recycling clam shells, aluminum cans, glass and plastic from City Park and the Festival venue reduces landfill impact and contributes to the City’s sustainability commitment.

Lions Club President Dale Register was quick to point out that Waste Pro USA is among a dozen community partners being recognized by the Cedar Key Lions Club this year. Also receiving Lions Club Certificates of Appreciation are: Mayor Heath Davis, City Council & Staff; Norm and Janice Fugate; Jeff and Lori Schleede of Cedar Key Seafood Distributors; Wilson Gas; Mike Smith of Cedar Key Aquafarms; Drummond Bank; Jordan Keeton and Shannon Sykes of 83 West; Leslie Sturmer of Cedar Key Aquaculture Association; Shawn and Caryn Stephenson & John Gill of Southern Cross Sea Farms.  


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