These baskets were for the winners of the Easter Egg Hunt held on Saturday, March 31st.  The hunt was held at the Lions Building instead of Roberts Park due to inclement weather.  A good time was had by all.  For additional photos click on Photo Gallery on the upper left of this page.


Recently the Wild Rose American Legion presented a check to the Wild Rose Lions Club for a lease on a parcel of land that their Helicopter sits on. Left to right: Lions President Butch Hobbs,  Wild Rose American Legion Commander Cal Wilson, and Jack Dickson Lions and Legion member.  Jack coordinated getting the Helicopter from the US Military.



Community Christmas Project

Wild Rose Lion Dave Przekurat making a donation  to Robert Holzman Executive Director of the Waushara Community Christmas Project.


For additional photos please click on photo gallery above.

tang in.Membership in the Lions is a fulfilling way to give to the local community as well as fellowship with other like-kminded members of the community. 

Early detection and treatment of vision disability needs to priority number one. Experts say that roughly 80 percent of what a child learns in school is information that is presented visually.  So good vision is essential for students of all ages to reach their full academic potential.  Also, a child with an undetected or untreated vision problem is more likely to develope social or emotional problems and fall behind in academic achievement. Fifty percent of behavior problems in schools are due to vision issues.

After the age of 8 there are a number of vision issues that cannot be corrected.

Spot is a fast, portable, easy to use screening system designed to quickly detect several vision issues in children as early as 6 month to adult.  The device captures in one second or, which makes screening efficient and especially effective with non-verbal children.

Spot's sophisticated technology can quickly detect the indication of near-sightedness, far-sightedness, unequal refractive power, blurred vision, eys structure problems, pupil size deviations, and eye misalignment.

For additional information, contact your local Lions Club.

                    WOULD YOU LIKE TO HAVE ACCESS TO FREE      

                                      EYEGLASES AND EXAMS?



Children in our area can get free exams and eyeglasses from the Wisconsin Lions and VSP, a large insurance company.  To be considered for this free service the child must be under the age of 18, have a Social Security number (for identification) and a family income of 200% of the poverty level.  (See the chart and multiply X 2 example a family of 4 would get the free service if their income was $ 46,100.00 or less.


The Wild Rose Lions Club is the out-reach for Sight for Students, a VSP national program.  Every year this program provides exams and eyewear to more than 50,000 children through more than 28,000 doctors.




Send the child’s name, age, and social security number along with your address and your assurance that your family income is less than two times the levels shown on the chart below.  Send to: Paul Fisher, 570 Summit St., Wild Rose, Wisconsin 54984.  Or give the information to a Lion to forward.  This information is confidential and will be sent to Barry Boline IPCC of the Wisconsin Lions who will send a certificate for free eye care directly to your family.  For additional information contact Lion Paul Fisher at 920-570-3578.



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                                    2018 Poverty Guidelines for the

                        48 Contiguous States and the District of Columbia


            Persons in family/household              Poverty guidelines

                                    1                                               $ 11,170

                                    2                                                  15,130

                                    3                                                  19,090

                                    4                                                  23,050

                                    5                                                  27,010

                                    6                                                  30,970

                                    7                                                  34,930

                                    8                                                  38,890

                               For families/households with more than 8 persons, add

                               $3,960 for each additional person.

Your local Lions Club is now accepting usable hearing aid batteries.

Be a part of the Wild Rose Lions Club.  We are always looking for new members.

As a reminder the Wild Rose Lions Club has canes, walkers, and wheelchairs available for loan for persons recovering from hip replacements, broken bones, etc.  For information contact Lion Jim Erdman at 920-229-9906.

For additional information contact Lion Jim Erdman at 920 229-9906.

We are now on Facebook as Wild Rose Lions Club.

For additional information on Wisconsin Lions click here.


Events coming soon,

Lions bingo will be held the first, third, and 5th Thursday of every month. 
The will be a "Blue RibbonKids Day" held at Parkside School in Wautoma beginning at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 7th.  The Wild Rose Lions Club will be there offering free eye screenings. 


Special Note -  The Wild Rose Lions Club hosts several real estate and consignment auctions during 2018.  The auctioneer is Howard Johannes Auction Service.  Food is  provided by the Wild Rose Lions Club.  All auctions take place at the Wild Rose Lions Club building located at 1100 Main Street (intersection of Hwy 22 and 18th Avenue) in Wild Rose.   For dates and times of auctions please call 920-229-9906.


The Wild Rose Lions building is available for rent for weddings, anniversaries, and other public and private gatherings.  For information and rates contact Lion Jim Erdman at 920 229-9906.

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