Chelsea Lions Club

"We Serve" 

We are in a very busy part of our year. The weekend of December  1st-3rd found us on the streets for our annual Christmas cane drive; and meanwhile we brought operation Kidsight to childcare and preschools all over Chelsea the final report is:

183 Kids screened, 8 Referrals, 7 Locations and 10 Days.

. Please check out the website: for more information.

We also celebrated the holidays on Dec. the 5th by wraping presents donated to Faith in action, (check out Photo Galery) fun was had by all!

Our guest, at our October 3rd dinner meeting was Katy Steklac, new Beach school band director and Lions dunk tank sitter.   Katy is a resent grad of Chelsea High and shared her experiences of returning to her alma mater.

Chelsea Lions Dunk Tank was a great success at the  
Chelsea Community Fair.

Thank you to the many community leaders who took a dunking, and some who took many many dunkings! 
And also thank you for all of the people who dunked them; helping us by suporting the community projects of the
Chelsea Lions!

At our July 18th meeting we were honored by the presence of our 2017 community service award winner Olivia Outhwaite.
Olivia spoke of her service and her planns for attending
Grand Valley State University this Fall.

Lion President Dan Nutt passed the gavel to incoming president Lion Ken Grudzinsk, at our June 20th meeting. Congratulations and best wishes Ken.

Zone Chair Lion Mike Scott was our guest and speaker for our May 2nd dinner meeting. Lion Mike gave us an outline of future changes in District leadership and online leadership training and membership promotion oppertunities. We had a lot of fun with Lion Mike... Check out the "Photo Gallery" tab.

April 12th found the Lions at the Secretary of State office in Chelsea, promoting organ donation. For more infromation please visit the following website:,4670,7-127-34786---,00.html

Our guest speaker for our April 4th Dinner Meeting was Huron Waterloo Pathways Initiative (HWPI) chairperson, Jeff Hardcastle. Jeff updated us on the statis and plans for the Chelsea, Dexter, Pinckney, Stockbridge loop of the new trail system. For more infromation, please follow the link:

Our Guest speaker for our Feburary 7th dinner meeting was Sarah DePriest from MOST Ministries. This is the organization that is accepting our eyeglass donations and changing people's lives in third world countries. For more infromation, check out this link to this important Ann Arbor organization.


Gary and Robin Reed, barbers in Chelsea and Dexter, were our guests at our January 3rd Dinner Meeting. Gary  described his work with the 
Gideons Bible donation program,
and always has stories of Chelsea to tell.




Chelsea Lions Club is a non-profit civic organization sponsoring several projects to raise funds for sight and hearing related causes such as Leader Dogs for the Blind, in addition to supporting a number of local activities such as WAVE and Faith In Action, and providing service awards for high school seniors.

Chelsea Lions Club meets the first and third Tuesday of each month at the Chelsea Community Hospital for dinner and an after dinner speaker or presentation.

For more information, call Chelsea Lions Club at 734-475-7321



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