We are a Club that knows how to have fun in helping our community, our state and the entire world.

We cover all of South Lake County.  The Club meets the second and fourth Thursday of the month at IHOP, 2589 S. Hwy 27 (2 miles south of SR 50).  The meeting starts at 6PM. The Club makes a special effort to invite guests.  Each first meeting of the month, we discuss the general business of the Club.  The remaining meeting, we invite guest speakers from the community. 

Clermont-Minneola Lions Club was founded April 12, 1949 with 31 members and has had a significant impact on the community ever since. 

Gun shoots have become the most popular fund raising events the past several years. Gun shoots are conducted the second, third and fourth Saturdays from 8:00 am - noon at our range located in Groveland directly across from Tractor Supply on SR 50.   The range operates three Saturdays mornings 8-noon each month.  Handguns only the 2nd and 4th Saturdays.  Turkey shoot (target and skeet) shotguns only on the 3rd Saturday morning.  Cost for using pistol range is $15.00 - bring your own ammo.  Cost for Turkey shoot is $3.00 per round - closest to center wins a sharing the pot.  Club furnishes shells (4-10, 12, 16 ga.)  Cost for skeet is $5.00 for 10 clays using your own shells. Club has shells available at $1.00 each.

The Club is also involved with vision diabetes screening several times a year at different locations.

The Club is involved with collection of used glasses that are sorted, classified and shipped all over the world. 

Longest continuing serving members are: Nick Jones and Lion, Robert E. Lee, past District 35-0 Governor. 

The needs in our community are growing very fast.  Be a volunteer with a bunch of roaring Lions that know how to get things done and know how to have a great time doing it.





CLERMONT-MINNEOLA LIONS CLUB newly elected President, Dan Strauss (left) and Secretary L.D. Campbell (right) welcome guest speaker, Shelia Flowers of PNC Bank.  Ms. Flowers spoke on the changes taking place in the credit and banking world.  Ms. Flowers has been most helpful in steering the Club's two banking accounts in such a way as to offer considerable savings in fees and service charges.  The red tape that bankers must handle has grown far more that most people realize, particularly, in what was supposed to be a paperless world by now.  Kudos to Ms. Flowers and PNC Bank‚Äč. (June 2017)




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