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 22 members, of which 16 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) & 5K My Way held in the fall (date varies). 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.
Membership Meeting - The next meeting will be held on Monday, June 3 at 6:30 pm at the space above the Blue Line Sports Bar and Grill.
The Sartell Lions were on KNSI radio show on Friday, March 1 at 9:15. Mike DeLuca & Jack Paulsen represented the Sartell Lions and Leos. None of the Leos were willing to play hooky to be on the radio. Bob Hoofnagle from the Sauk Rapids Lions represented the Zone & District. Bob Hughes From KNSI radio was our host for this interview. KNSI is on 1450 AM or 103.3 FM.
The Sartell Lions Club
Our officers for 2012-2013 are:
President Lori Jensen
Vice-President Sam Pierskalla
Secretary Tonia Domeier
Treasurer Janet Gross
Membership Director Mike DeLuca
Leo Advisor/Director Jack Paulsen
Newsletter Director Judy Giffin
Directors Al Moritz, Javier Navares, Yvonne Carriere & Herb Gross
Lion Tamer Charlie Schafer
Tail Twister Lonnie Jensen
Our meeting dates have changed to the first Monday of every month and will be at the Blue Line In the vacant upstairs office space above the Blue Line (and we only have one meeting /month).
Here are a few photos of our past service projects and activities.
Lions Clubs International is the world's largest service club organization with more than 1.3 million members in approximately 45,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world.