District 4-L5




Serving community,  youth and sight conservation programs in the Palm Springs area since 1937.



Club Address: P.O. Box 654, Palm Springs, CA 92263.
This page address:
Contacts: Lion President George Holliday


General Meetings:

We have moved!  We are now meeting at the Los Compadres Clubhouse, 1849 El Cielo Road, Palm Springs, CA 9226.  We meet for lunch at 12 noon on the every Thursday until the middle of May.  Buffet lunch is $15.00 at the door.

We are dark during the months of June, July, and August.  We have speakers at most meetings, and welcome all visitors.


Board Meetings

When:  The first Tuesday of the month at 7:00 a.m., beginning September 13, 2016.           

Where:  IHOP, 471 South Indian Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, CA

Members meet informally as "Lions Betterment Committee" at 7:00 am at IHOP all other Tuesdays  


Major "Firsts"


March 3, 1937.  The Club received its charter with Raymond Cree as President.  It was the first service club in Palm Springs.  

1938:  The Club made its first citizenship award to the outstanding boy and girl of the graduation class of Francis Stevens Elementary School.  

1939-40:  Major Club project was the purchase of Palm Springs' first ambulance.

1946:  Major Club project was the building of the first tennis courts for the Palm Springs High School

1946:  We purchased our first guide dog.  It was given to a young girl who was blind.





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