Meetings
Members

Christmas Parade Dec. 2, 2017

 

Meeting November 20, 2017

Donation to the Humane Society

 

22nd Annual Dawsonville Lions Charity Golf Tournament

Organized by the Dawsonville Lions Club

Monday October 2, 2017

Crystal Falls Golf Club, Dawsonville, GA

Gross winners: 1st place: Scott Edwards, Taylor Hopkins, Lee Caudell, Brian Davidson

 

 

Meeting September 25, 2017

 Congratulatons Sandra, Buster and Bill

Meeting September 18, 2017

 Marty Horne, Lanier Swafford DCES and Don Cargill

 

Meeting August 21, 2017

Dr Janice Darnell guest speaker

Meeting August 7, 2017

Pres. Marty Horne and Billy Thurmond Chair DC BOC

Meeting July 24, 2017

Gay, Ruthy and Marty with eye screening camera

Meeting July 10, 2017

Nancy Stites, Family Connection and President Marty Horne

Lion Jim Purdy gets his Charles Blanton Award from President Marty Horne and 1st VDG Dede deMarks

Awards Banquet June 17, 2017

Meeting at Dawsonville Tavern June 5, 2017

Welcome new Lions Sam Budhani, Sandra Adams and Curtis Sanderson

Memorial Day Flags and Markers

 

Good Shepherd Clinc Donation

Lion Martha Presents a  check to support three patients for a year

Meeting April 17, 2017

Lions with Nicole Stewart, Dawson County Tax Commissioner

Meeting March 6

Sheriff Jeff Johnson

Lion Greg Hicks , Lisa Johnson and Sheriff Jeff Johnson

 

District Convention, March 4, 2017

Holiday Inn, Athens, GA

 

Feb. 20, 2017

STAR Student and STAR Teacher Dinner

Cindy Brookshire STAR Teacher, Greg Hicks, Luke Ellis STAR Student and Don Cargill

Kate Jarrard, Counselor with Don Cargill

European Pheasant Shoot

for the Dawson County READ literacy program

Lions Jason Holbrook, Greg Hicks and Jim Purdy

Contact: 

Marty Horne, Pres.: Eyeglasses 404-323-9683  lionmartyhorne@gmail.com 

Greg Hicks: Membership 404-405-5315  ghicks@tds.net

Jim Buckley, Secretary: jimbuckley@windstream.net

We are a 501(C) 3 non-profit service organization recognized by the Internal Revenue Service; therefore charitible donations are tax deductible. 

What Lions Are / What Lions Aren’t

LIONS ARE members of the world’s largest and most active club organization.

LIONS AREN’T looking to build their own personal business connections through membership in a civic club.

LIONS ARE people who have decided to give something back to their communities, who are dedicated to finding people in need, and who meet those needs in an efficient caring way.

LIONS AREN’T people who simply write checks to benefit the hard work of charities in their community.  Lions are those people who working hard in those community charities.

LIONS ARE men and women who believe that by working with other dedicated Lions, they will accomplish far more for their communities than would be possible alone.

LIONS AREN’T concerned with building personal prestige or reputation.  Lions have a great reputation because of the hard work they perform.  Their service speaks for itself.

LIONS ARE committed to solving major, worldwide health and social problems, and realize that solutions are possible when every Lions Club does its share.

LIONS AREN’T a group that raises funds locally to be sent elsewhere.  Although Lions charities benefit state and worldwide activities, the majority of each Lions Club’s activities focus on the local needs.

LIONS ARE people who cherish the friendship within their own club, but also feel a close kinship with fellow Lions in more than 190 countries and areas throughout the world.

LIONS AREN’T just about work.  Lions have fun and fellowship.  Friendships made in Lionism last a lifetime, because they are based on a common commitment to service.  Lions work hard, but have fun all along the way.

LIONS ARE patriotic, giving allegiance to their country, while recognizing that all peoples must one day learn to live in peace.

LIONS AREN’T a political organization.  Lions are not about political agendas, platforms or issues.  In fact, most clubs will not allow an active candidate for political office to speak to their Club, unless all other candidates are given the same opportunity.

LIONS ARE dedicated to maintain the highest ethical and moral standards in their Club and in their personal lives.

LIONS AREN’T a religious organization.  Most Lions have their own personal commitment, which all Lions are encourage to have.  Likewise, Lions Clubs are not fraternal organizations with rituals or special oaths.

LIONS ARE CLIMBING TO NEW HEIGHTS OF SERVICE!

 

 

  

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The Dawsonville Lions Club

The Dawsonville Club was founded in 1953 by a small group of Dawson County citizens who embraced the Lions philosophy and shared the desire to give something back to the community in which they lived.

The mission of the Lions Club is to create and foster a spirit of understanding among all members for humanitarian needs. This is achieved by providing financial support and voluntary services to citizens and organizations of Dawson County in need of charitable endeavors. 

Our core mission is to support the vision impaired and hearing impaired in need.  We do this by supporting the Georgia Lions Lighthouse who make eyeglasses, provide eye surgeries, and provide hearing aids for the needy.  Locally, we provide eye exams and subsequent glasses through Dawson Vision Center and the Georgia Lions Lighthouse for those in need.  We support Lions International who provide local grant assistance during declared disasters.  We support the Georgia Camp in Waycross, which is open to all children in Georgia and the Leader Dog program for the blind and deaf and blind. We have been the sponsor for the Star Student / Teacher Program for Dawson high school students for over 40 years.  Last year, we provided six $1000 college scholarships to deserving DCHS seniors and will continue this long lasting program this year.  We also provide scholarships to deserving local Lanier Technical College students as well as GED students. Other local charities we are supporting this year include:  Dawson County Library, Good Shepherd Clinic, Dawson Senior Center, Dawson Art Center, Dawson Humane Society, READ, Wee Books.

 

 

 

 

 

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