Our Lions Club
2013 - 2014 Liberty Lions Club Officers and Chairmen
Past President - Lion Craig Wiggins
Directors: Walter Shoaf, Jesse Lopez, Kristen Regen, Cody Abshire
2014 - 2015 Liberty Lions Club Officers and Chairmen
President - Lion Jim Kerr
2015 - 2016 Liberty Lions Club Officers and Chairmen
President - Lion Carol Skewes
2012 - 2013 Liberty Lions Club Officers and Chairmen
President - Lion Craig Wiggins
1st Vice President – Lion Diane Miller
2nd Vice President – Lion Joe B. (Jody) Regen
3rd Vice President – ion Jim Kerr
Secretary – Lion Joe B. (Jody) Regen
Treasurer – Lion Lance Lawrence
Hold Over Directors - Lion Leon Blackwelder
- Lion Gaylynn Zamazal
Incoming Directors - Lion Carol Skewes
- Lion Ron Mooring
Lion Tamer – Lion Arnold Zamazal
Lion Tail Twister – Lion Jim Kerr
Membership Chairman – Lion Chris Moorman
About Liberty Lions Club
Lions Club International
Lions Club International, founded in 1917, is the world's largest service club with 1.3 million members in 45,000 clubs in 205 countries and geographic areas. Worldwide, Lions Clubs are recognized for their service to people who are blind or visually impaired, Helen Keller challenged Lions to become "Knights for the Blind" in 1925. Sight conservation has been a major project since that time. "We Serve" has alway been the motto for Lions Clubs.
To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions clubs.
Liberty Lions Club
The Liberty Lions Club was organized in 1939 and has been dedicated to answering Helen Keller's challenge to be "Knights for the Blind". The club provides screening and glasses at no cost to any child whose family may not be able to afford that on their own. The club also contributes to "Sight First", a world wide project to eliminate preventable blindness.
The Liberty Lions Club displays the American Flag at homes and businesses on major patriotic holidays. This program was started in 1996 and has been the primary source for the Lions Scholarship Program. In 2009, the Lions contributed $21,000 in scholarships to graduating seniors of Liberty High School. The club raises funds by operating food concessions at Liberty Memorial Stadium and Trinity Valley Exposition. We sponsor a fish fry each year at the Liberty Jubilee and many other activities. Approximately 90% of the funds raised stay in the local community.
Some of the projects that the Lions sponsor or contribute to include:
What can you do?
Get involved! The Liberty Lions Club is focused on the local community, but through our actions we are helping to change the world. Come and see how you can be a part of this great organization. The Libert Lions Club meets every Monday night except holidays, at 7:00pm at the Liberty Center. Join Us!