Please Support the Upcoming Events &  Fundraisers

 plastic bag recycling program


Eyeglasses Needed

Please donate all unused prescription Glasses to the Lions!
The Lions will repurpose these glasses to help others in need. 

Eyeglasses drop off locations:
Mt. Horeb Millers
Mt. Horeb Library
Mt. Horeb Spring Garden Restaurant
Mt. Horeb Post Office
Mt. Horeb UW/Physicians Plus Clinic
Mt. Horeb Samuelson Eyecare


Send care package to a service member Learn CPR

Provide PPE’s to Nursing Homes

Provide sanitizers to Nursing homes, clinic’s,

Libraries, schools & churches Read a book to someone

Pass on a favorite book to someone Donate books to a ‘little Library’ Donate toys for tots

Collect money or items for charities

Pay someone’s meal forward

Donate Coloring books & crayons to hospitals Collect books for the library

Deliver Water bottles to the homeless shelter

Dry the slides at the park with towels after it rains Ask for a donation to a charity instead of birthday gift

Put coins in expired parking meter Pay forward groceries

Collect waste plastic for Benches Wash local Businesses windows

Sing Christmas Carols in the neighborhood Help guide children Trick or Treating

Rings bells for the Salvation Army Donate spare change to Salvation Army Donate blood

Donate to St Vincent or Goodwill



Donate to a food pantry Volunteer at a Food Pantry

Donate a dish to a community meal

Set-up, Serve or Clean-up at a community meal


Deliver groceries to homebound Give spare change to food pantry

Volunteer at a soup kitchen or homeless shelter Hold a neighborhood food drive

Make a meal for a friend or neighbor



Hold a door open for someone

Return someone’s cart at a store

Call & ask someone about themselves Bake a desert for a neighbor

Sing songs at a nursing home

Bring neighbor’s garbage can up from the curb Decorate tissue boxes & hand sanitizers for nursing homes

Write and give poems to shut-ins Give flowers or plants to shut-in Sit & visit with shut-ins

Visit an elderly neighbor

Send cards to nursing home or assisted living residents

Do crafts with residents at an assisted living facility



Feed the birds

Put bin in car to collect recycling Pick up liter

Plant something (flowers, trees, grass) Weed or rake for a neighbor

Turn off water while brushing teeth

Re-use paper, use both sides & full page Donate old cell phones & electronics for charity Mow lawn & sweep sidewalk



Plant flowers to attract desirable birds & butterflies Start a tree planting plan in community parks

Plant trees to attract and support wildlife & birds Dress up your mailbox with flowers

Challenge neighbors to plant flowers along the curb Provide Bat Houses on your property

Provide Blue Bird houses, Wood-duck houses and wren houses

Lay out a plan for monitoring the above bird & Bat houses & recording the utilization

Sponsor a weather station in your neighborhood Shovel a sidewalk or driveway for a neighbor Roadside clean-up



Recycle your used eyeglasses



Pass out diabetes information


Childhood Cancer

Donate toys to the pediatric cancer unit Provide a meal for an affected family Donate platelets



Take a youth fishing Tutor a youth

Read books to children Volunteer as a helper at school Volunteer at a library



Give someone a smile, smile more Pay someone a compliment

Thank someone who you appreciate Be a good listener

Offer your help to someone

Ask someone how their day is going Treat someone to a coffee or tea

Let someone go ahead of you in a checkout line Send flowers or chocolates to a friend out of the blue

Thank a teacher with a card or gift


Mt Horeb Lion Todd Vieau presenting a check of $2500.00 to Don Hartman of the VFW. The donation will go toward the Veterans Memorial Project.








Here's Just A Few Things We've Been up to

Vision screening


    Highly Cleanup

 Pancake Breakfast



Bingo Tent at the Frolic






Our Club was first chartered on September 18, 1957 with twenty three original charter members. Our members are from all walks of life joining in one common cause; to serve the needs of the local community. We celebrate the anniversary of that historic date in October of each year with a special dinner and program. We also have other fun social events throughout the year.       



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