Welcome to the Fredonia, WI Lions

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    Our Club History

The Fredonia Advancement Association had been in existence for at least 10 plus years. In the early 1970's the Association decided they wanted to do more for their community, on a regular basis, and therefore provide more service. In 1973 the Association decided to become a Lions Club. Charter night, and for many years, all regular meetings were held at Hochstein's Hall (now an apartment building.)The club quickly grew to 40 members, largely due to Mrs. Hochstein's great cooking, and the popular birthday booze bottle raffle fundraiser. The first fund-raising project was door to door light bulb and broom sales. Two years later the first April Pancake Breakfast was held. (the Pancake Breakfast celebrates it's 37th year next April.) Profit from the Pancake Breakfast was dedicated to high school scholarships and the purchase of a new future ambulance.The Fredonia Lions Club membership still includes fourCharter Members. 

2023 - 2024 Club Officers

 President: Lion Bob Morris  281--236-5593

 Secretary: Lion Al Krier   262-692-9024 

Treasurer: Lion Greg Feidt 262-447-3030


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Fredonia Lions Club        

 "It's Great to be a Lion!"    

    Want to join? We'd love to meet you!      

For more information please contact:

Lion Glen Moegenberg 262-573-3011

Lions Jerry & Kathy Shoemaker 262-692-9143


BOARD 2nd. Wednesday, 7 p at Fredonia Fire House, Fredonia, WI.

CLUB DINNER 4th. Wednesday, 6:30 PM, Social Hour, 6:00 PM at various area restaurants No scheduled meetings in July or November.

DUES: $75.00 annually. $48.25 for Family Members annually. This includes International, State, District & Local Dues. Members pay for meeting meal & Special Event Dinners when attended.

SPECIAL EVENT DINNERS: (with your guest) Valentines Party, June Installation Dinner, Christmas Party,

Members are expected to participate in Lion Functions & Projects, because without your dedication and help, we will not accomplish our goal to serve our community.      


 Did You Know?
The Fredonia Lions annually donate member time, talent and more than $25,000 to Lion local, state & national projects, Fredonia area community projects and other area organizations.
Wisconsin Lions Camp: In July of 1956 the delegates of the Lions State Convention passed a resolution to purchase the camp with 240 acres for $18,000. 
For more information about the Lions Eye Glasses Collection Program, click eye glasses image above.
Fredonia Lions Club Eye Glasses Collection sites:

Port Washington State Bank - Fredonia

Premier Vision-MyEyeDr - Fredonia

Fredonia Post Office

Fredonia Lions website designed & maintained by

Lion Chris: 920--265-6738

Lion Jerry: 262-692-9143

For Web Contributions contact Lion Jerry Shoemaker: 262-692-9143

Last Update: 1/26/2022




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