Welcome to the Sartell Lions Website!

“The Sartell Lions Club in Sartell, MN was chartered in the month of October 1965.   They were sponsored by the Rice Lions Club.   Currently they have 18 members, of which 12 are men and 6 are women.  Their "signature project" is Sartell Lions Park and their major fund raisers for the year is a Spring Clean Up held each year in the month of April (the last Sat in April) & the annual Golf Tournament which is held the first Sunday in June at the Pine Ridge Golf Course in Sartell.  The Sartell Lions Club is located in Region 2 Zone 2 and is actively using their e-Clubhouse website.

Would you like to learn more about the LIONS Organization?  Check out the "links" on the lower right.  For more about the Sartell Lions, the Sartell Leos and more "local" Lions links, check out "the buttons" on the left.

Attention Members!

Membership Meeting - The next meeting will be held on Monday, May 1st  , at 6:30 pm at the office space above the Blue Line. 

Go to the "links" tab to donate to the Never Lose Sight Benefit for Kelly Orndorff.  Event details in the calendar.



The Sartell Lions Club

Our officers for 2016-2017 are:

President                          Stu Giffin

Vice-President                  Kathy Sell

Secretary                          Tania Domeier/Nevares

Treasurer                         Janet Gross

Membership Director       Javier Nevares

Leo Advisor/Director        Karen and Don Maruska

Newsletter Director          Judy Giffin

Directors                         Herb Gross and Ken Sell

Lion Tamer                      Charlie Schafer

Tail Twister                    Karen Maruska



Our meeting dates are the first Monday of every month and will be at the Blue Line In the vacant upstairs office space above the Blue Line unless othewise noted (and we have one meeting /month).






  Here are a few photos of our past service projects and activities.





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