Another New Member

Frank Smith (center) the new president of Farmers State Bank became the newest member of the Pine Bluffs Lions Club. He is pictured with his sponsor, Bob Lyons (left) and club president, Gary Roadifer (right). Welcome Frank!

President-elect Diane Lyons receives a Membership Key from President Gary Roadifer for recruiting new members.

Pine Bluffs Lions Club

Good News for participants and anyone who would like to support the Pine Bluffs Lions Club. Rock On Wheels has donated a bicycle valued at approximately $1,000, which will be raffled at the High Plains Ride For Sight on May 29. Raffle tickets will be available from any Pine Bluffs Lions Club member.

Ok cyclists, registration forms have been mailed out for the 2016 Ride For Sight. Scroll down for pre-registration details below. Riders who want to participate, but have not received a registration form can send an email to to have one sent.

High Plains Ride for Sight

The Pine Bluffs Lions Club and Family Vision Center of Cheyenne will be sponsoring the High Plains Ride for Sight on Sunday, May 29, beginning at 7 a.m. There will be a Continental Breakfast for participants at 6 a.m., and the ride will be followed by a lunch served by the Lions Club of Pine Bluffs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will also be door prizes for participants, and names will be drawn beginning at 10 a.m. Riders should make sure to check in as soon as they have returned to the park to see if they are winners.

The ride will follw High 30 west to Manley, 10 miles out and the first rest stop, sponsored by the local Rigneck Pheasants youth group. It will continue to Burns Elementary, the second 10 miles and the next rest stop which will be manned by the Cheyenne Sunrise Lions Club. The third and final rest stop will be at the junction of County Roads 213/216 with Pine Bluffs Lions members Bob and Diane Lyons providing refreshments and snacks. Riders have the option of riding 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 miles or the full 70 miles. There will be monitors along the entire route in case of stranded riders or emergencies.

Riders who do not make it to the third rest stop by 11 a.m. are to turn around and head back to Pine Bluffs.

The cost per rider is $40 and includes a t-shirt, water bottle, and door prize tickets.

Pre-ride registration will be held May 20 and 21 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. each day. The location on May 20 will be at the Pine Bluffs Community Center. May 21st will be at Rock on Wheels. Rider information packets will be distributed at pre-registration.Late registration and check-in will be at 6 a.m. on the morning of the ride. The packets will contain the rider's assigned number which he/she will need to wear either on their back or chest at all times during the event, and tickets for a free lunch and door prizes.


Proceeds from this event will benefits persons with visual impairment in Eastern Laramie County, the Wyoming Lions Early Childhood Vision Screening Project, the Allen H. Stewart Lions Camp, Leader Dogs for the Blind, Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Bank and Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Institute Foundation.

Anyone with questions or interested in entering the ride should contact Pine Bluffs Lions President Gary Roadifer at, or 307-421-7247. Information and registration forms can also be obtained by sending a request to


Installation of New Officers

The Pine Bluffs Lions Club will install new officers for the 2016-2017 year on Tuesday, June 7, 2016, at 6:30 p.m., at the Rock Ranch Grill.


Texas Trail Days, Summer Meetings, Annual Dues

The Pine Bluffs Lions Club will once again be cooking up burgers at the Texas Trail Days celebration in Pine Bluffs the first Saturday in August. 

Since members will only meet once each month during the summer, details of the event will be discussed at the July meeting, July 5, and the August meeting, August 2. Make sure you have these two meetings on your calendar!

Also, remember that Treasurer Bob Lyons will be accepting annual dues beginning July 1.

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