Lions Barb and Steve Cogdil conduct an Iowa KidSight preschool vision screening.
Sioux City Lions meet on first Mondays of each month from noon to 1 p.m. at the MidAmerican Energy Co. Community Room at 407 Douglas and the third Mondays at 5:30 p.m. for a dinner meeting at Perkins on the east end of Gordon Drive across from Menards.
If you are interested in joining our Lion Club you can download an application at:
APPLICATION FORM at http://www.lionsclubs.org/EN/common/pdfs/me6b.pdf
Our Post Office box address is: Sioux City Lion Club, P.O. Box 5233, Sioux City, IA 51102.
The Sioux City Lions Club's email address is: email@example.com
Sioux City Lions Club raises funds and offers services to promote sight and hearing health and also supports charitable organizations and youth, including annual scholarships for high school seniors and preschool vision screenings through the Iowa KidSight program.
For more information about our club, please see information provided in the topics listed in the menu on the left of this page. Our year's calendar is below.
The MEMBERS section listed near the bottom of the menu on the left side can only be accessed by club members with their User Name and Password. It has a DIRECTORY of all members and their phone numbers, email addresses, etc. It also has sections containing our officers, directors, committees, etc.
More information will be added or changed on this website as the club and board suggest improvements.
For more information, please visit:
- CLUB OFFICERS MANUAL (la15.pdf)
- Use of Funds Policy (Revised 7/11) (use_funds_policy.pdf)
- Use of Funds Policy FAQ (Revised 2/12) (use_funds_policy_faq.pdf)
- ETHICAL STANDARDS AND CONDUCT POLICY (lg414.pdf)
Sioux City Lions Club
July 1 – Dues Due = $92.00. Invoices are sent by June. 15 Semiannual dues can be paid by Jume 1 ($46.00) and January 1 ($46.00). Reduced Family Dues for up to 4 in same household of head of household paying $92 each pay $61.68. A first-time-only $25 International fee for a new member is required. Only the head of household pays this fee when family joins under the Reduced Family Dues Plan. New members dues are pro-rated based on the month of the Lion’s year. The first-time only ILC fee is not prorated.
September 1 – No Noon Meeting (Labor Day).
October 3 & 4 – Pancake Days. (1st Fri & Sat) Fri 5-7 p.m. & Sat 7:00 a.m. – Noon
December - Christmas Party (Specific date will be set by the Social Committee)
February - Valentines Party (Specific date will be set by the Social Committee)
By March 15– Nominations - Officers, Directors, Membership &Trusts Committee
By April 15 – Election of Officers, Directors, Membership & Trusts Investments Committees. Committees Appointments Completed and presented by Presidents.
April – Selection of Citizen of Year, Lion of Year, Warren Coleman Award(# based on our budget) and Melvin Jones Award (if $1K payment is complete @ $333/year).
May – Steak Fry/ Social – No Program (Specific date is set by the Social Committee)
June 1 – Dues Invoices are sent by this date for SCLC Year of July 1 — June 31
June – Installation of Elected Officers, Directors, Membership & Trusts Committee Members. Appointed Standing Committees are presented. Year’s Awards are given.
July 15 – Those whose dues are not paid are dropped from SCNLC BULLETIN mailing list and a final invoice is sent. Those whose dues aren’t received by Sept. 15 are dropped from District 9-NW, Iowa Lions and International Lions membership. See also Section 6. GOOD STANDING below.*
*Section 6. GOOD STANDING. Any member who fails to pay any indebtedness due this club within sixty (60) days after receipt of written notice from the secretary shall forfeit his/her good standing and shall so remain until such indebtedness is paid in full. Only members in good standing may exercises the voting privilege and hold office in this club.(From Article III. Meetings and Quorum Requirements of International Lions Standard From Constitution and By-Laws adopted by SCNL Club Board in 2008.
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