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Stillwater Noon Lions

Since chartering in 1965, the members of the Stillwater Noon Lions have provided countless hours of service to the Stillwater area.  Through the years, we have participated in a number of projects, including the hosting of the annual Fourth of July Fireworks.

Currently, we serve Stillwater in a number of ways, including providing free eyeglasses and exams for Stillwater residents in need, helping to feed the hungry, providing free health screenings, providing scholarships (at Lincoln Academy, at Meridian, and at the Optometry School at Northeastern State University), and through our annual Christmas for Kids shopping trip, just to name a few.

We also offer a number of options to join: the Stillwater Noon Lions meet at noon every Thursday.  Our Stillwater eLions branch club (check out there site here) is an online club that plans their projects online and primarily gets together in person only during those projects (no regular meetings).  We are also starting another branch club which will likely meet one evening a month.

Basically, if you have a heart for service, we can find a spot for you despite your schedule.  Come join us, and see what we mean when we say “We Serve!”

 

 

Check out this video from Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) about the Lions' response to the 2013 tornadoes.

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2018 Pumpkin Jubilee - Highland Park United Methodist Church, 524 N. Stallard, Stillwater; Co-Sponsor: Stillwater Noon Lions Club

October 1-October 31 - Fall Fundraiser sales of pumpkins & gourds. Carnival, Bake Sale, Carriage Rides, Quilt Raffle, Children Story Times, Trick or Treat, Pancake Breakfast, Outside Movie, Orchestra 

For complete schedule: http://www.highlandparkumc.org  

 

Stillwater Noon Lions Made in Oklahoma Showcase

April 20, 2019 - Downtown Stillwater

 

2018 Stillwater Schools Vision Screening, 7:45am 

September 18th: Highland Park

October 9th: Will Rogers

October 23rd: Richmond

October 24th: Presbyterian Preschool, 9-11 am

November 6th: Sangre

November 27th: Westwood

November 30th, Homeschool, HPUMC, 10am-12pm 

December 4th: Skyline

 

2019 Lions of the Month: Program Hosts

January Lion of the Month: Valerie Bloodgood

February Lion of the Month: Toni Broyles

March Lion of the Month: Richard & Jaryl Romshe

April Lion of the Month: Brooke Edge

May Lion of the Month: Gladeen Allred

June Lion of the Month: Jerry Horn

July Lion of the Month: Lew Phillips

August Lion of the Month: Aaron Means

September Lion of the Month: Richard Hawkins

October Lion of the Month: Jim Freudenberger

November Lion of the Month: Doug Emde

December Lion of the Month: Doug Quinn

Substitute: Jonathan Rodkin

 

2019 January Lion of the Month: Valerie Bloodgood

January 3rd: Pat Dohlman, Pet Therapy

January 10th: Emily Roberts, PACE Program

January 17th: Area Agency on Aging, Grandparenting and Ombudsman  

January 24th: Brain Larison, Meadows of Hope Campaign 

 

2019 February Lion of the Month: Toni Broyles

February 7th: OSU Veterinary School - Megan Sitzman, Chelsea Broyles

February 14th: Mission of Hope - Jana Nelson

Fedruary 21th: Payne County Youth Serices, Angie Freeny, Clark Pepper  

Fedruary 28th: Family Self-Sufficiency - Lareeca Jordan, Jessica Wannebo 

 

2019 March Lion of the Month: Jaryl Romshe

March 7th: Highland Games - Terri Ventress

March 14th: David Franklin will provide

March 21st: Stillwater High School - Sign Language  

March 28th: OSU Flight School - Flying Lessons   

 

 

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