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Welcome to the Perryville Lions Club

Chartered in 1930, the Perryville Lions has a long & proud history of service.  We are proud of Perryville and our club members serve the community by generously giving their time and talent to support many local, state and national projects and foundations.   We are always seeking new members who have a desire to serve their fellow man and improve our community.   For young members there is the opportunity to develop leadership skills while retirees often join as a way to redirect their lives in retirement.  We also enjoy the friendship and comaraderie of the group as we involve ourselves in club activiites. To learn more about our efforts,  click on the CLUB  PROJECTS tab to the left.

If you (or your friends or family members) would like to join our Lions Club, you can contact us in one of these ways:

  1. Contact any one of our Officers:  President Scott Sattler at 513-0134, Vice-President Paul Gard at 547-1401,   Treasurer Mike Bohnert  547-5456 or Secretary Ken Nesslein at 547-1949.  Any of these Lions would welcome your call.
  2. Attend one of our monthly meetings to learn more about our group (1st Monday of the month at the American Legion, 98 Grand Street, Perryville, MO starting at 6:30 p.m.)   Come join us and learn about our many projects.
     

 Perryville Lions Club Drop Box for Used Eyeglasses is located a the corner of N. Main Street and East North Street in Perryville. The Club collects approximately 1300 used eyeglasses per year.  Thank you to our local community for their support and donations.

Added June, 2011

The Perryville Lions Club presented to Leo J. Miederhoff  in May, 2011 the Melvin Jones Fellowship Award.

Named for the founder of Lions Club International, a fellowship represents a contribution to Lions Club International Foundation, which aids in disaster relief, humanitarian programs and vision services worldwide. The award recognizes Mr. Miederhoff's many years of service to the Perryville Lions Club. He is only 1 of 4 members who have been so honored by the local club in its 81 year history.
  Leo J. Miederhoff
 Family Members
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