To be an active club with Lions International, the largest civic organization in the world, and maintain the 25-acre Belknap community park deeded to the Lions more than 40 years ago.
FUN NIGHT OUT FOR OUR COMMUNITY!
Come enjoy an evening of fun, food and cheer
while painting a charming front door decoration for Thanksgiving.
Just in time for football season...UofL or UofK football decoration!!!
Class will be held October 13th from 6:00pm to 8:30pm at the Belknap Event Center. The cost is only $40 per person; class maximum is 40 people. Registration will end September 26th unless we fill up sooner. Sign-up in advance to hold your spot and make sure to identify which decoration you want to paint.
Make your check payable to “NOLC”
and send to
PO Box 102, Goshen, KY 40026
All are welcome.
Belknap Event Center and Sign Rental
Our Charities and Park are supported in part by renting
The Belknap Event Center and a road-side advertising sign on State Highway 42.
Call Ruby (502) 551-3356 for Event Center Rentals or click below.
Call Fred (502) 472 8676 for Sign Rental information or click below.
If you have not heard back from us within 48 hours please e-mail
Lions International Participation
The Lions organization was founded in the 1917 and challenged in 1925 by Helen Keller to develop programs preventing blindness. There are over a million Lions worldwide. We have collected over 1,000 pairs of glasses and cell phones in the past 2 years. We also pay for eye exams and eyeglasses through an arrangement with Vision works, participate in State Fair vision screening and host an annual Christmas Party for over 40 students at the School for the Blind on Frankfort Ave. We also support Camp Crescendo which holds free camp for sight and hearing impaired children. Our district also supports the Kentucky Lions Eye Center which operates an eye bank and funds research on eye diseases with the University of Louisville.
Belknap Community Park
In 1973 Edith Belknap deeded the park on US 42 to the Lions in the name of William Belknap. During the 1930's the main buildings were the Goshen Gardens restaurant and a butcher shop on the main thoroughfare between Louisville and Cincinnati. The North Oldham Lions have invested over $100,000 during the years for major building renovations, athletic field, ring road, gazebo shelters, and playground. The facility is there for the public to enjoy while being used for fundraisers to support Lions. Our Holiday Bazaar in November with Texas Hold ‘Em tournament has been a regular event. Our Lenten fish fries have become a tradition and many area residents have enjoyed the Belknap Event Center activities.
The club…we have a membership roster of over 45 and increasing as we focus on adding new members. The board of 7 meets the 1st Tuesday of each month with general membership meetings quarterly. Our plan is to increase our events as the membership grows.
To find out more about donating your old prescription eyeglasses, hearing aids and cell phones click the button below.
Become Involved, Become a Lion
Lions Clubs International is the world's largest service club organization with more than 1.4 million members in approximately 46,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world.