Beautiful San Geronimo Valley


  The San Geronimo Valley Lions are proud to introduce you to our small valley and our four villages of Woodacre, San Geronimo, Forest Knolls and Lagunitas.  Our valley is the best kept secret so don’t tell anyone about our pristine Papermill Creek with famous Coho Salmon runs, our gateway to Samuel Taylor State Park and Point Reyes National Seashore, Mount Barnaby fire lookout, and an exceptionally active Lions Club.


San Geronimo Valley Lions Annual

All You Can Eat Crab Feed




Because of the uncertainty of the quality of crab that is available to us, the board has made the very difficult decision to cancel our annual Crab Feed.  Currently there is still no crabbing done in California. The weather conditions in Oregon have been rough and we would not be able to get our crab from our normal source in time for our feed.  The only fresh crab alternative is from a source that we are not familiar with and with doubtful quality.






San Geronimo Valley Lions proudly provides financial support to the following organizations:


SGVCC Golf Tournament

SGVCC Summer internship Program

SGVCC food bank

SGV Emergency Fund

West Marin Senior Citizens

Toys And Joys

SGVCC Community Gym

Lions Eye Foundation

Drake High School Senior scholarship




San Geronimo Valley Lions meet twice per month.  The second Thursday of the month is a business and service project planning meeting; this is a Board of Directors meeting open to all SGV Lions.  We also have a full membership dinner meeting with spouses on the 4th Thursday of the month. This meeting is both informative and entertaining.  Guests, entertainers and potential members are welcome, please call President Bruce at 488-4115 for additional information.





Would you like to lend a helping hand when needed?  There is no limit to the power of volunteerism, and you can make a significant contribution.  Membership as a SGV Lion can be a rich and rewarding experience, provide volunteer opportunities, and put you in touch with active community members.


Do you believe people can make a difference?  So do the Lions, and we prove it by our many service projects.  You can help in many ways:

Contribute to the worthy community organizations,

Join us at one of our community service projects

Give us your ideas on an unmet need, and potential service project

Become a Lions member and help others in need



Making San Geronimo Valley a Better Place Since 1958

















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