VANCOUVER LIONS CLUB

Serving Vancouver, Washington since 1919 • A proud member of Lions Clubs International since 1928

link to meeting page
link to online membership application
link to eyeglass recycling page
link to sight foundation page
link to hearing committee page
link to hearing aid recycling page
link to hawaiian holiday raffle page
link to walk and knock food drive page
blind school bowling night picture
School for the Blind Bowling
walk and knock food drive picture
Walk And Knock Food Drive
relay for life picture
Relay For Life
school for the blind jamboree picture
School for the Blind Jamboree
school for the blind carnival picture
Schools for the Blind and Deaf Carnival
tree planting picture
Tree Planting
memorial day hot dog project picture
Memorial Day Hot Dogs
white cane days fund drive picture
White Cane Fund Drive
adopt a road litter patrol picture
Adopt A Road Litter Control
salvation army bell ringing picture
Salvation Army Bell Ringing
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he Vancouver Lions Club, of Vancouver, Washington U.S.A., is a community service organization that began serving the humanitarian needs in the greater Vancouver, Washington community in 1919 as the Vancouver Prunearians before joining the International Association Of Lions Clubs on September 12, 1928.

The Club is organized as a Washington non–profit corporation and is a §501(c)(4) non–profit organization under the United States Internal Revenue Code. The Club's charitable arm, the Vancouver Lions Foundation, is also organized as a Washington non–profit corporation and is §501(c)(3) charitable organization under the United States Internal Revenue Code.

Announcements…

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  • CLUB MEMBERSHIP OPENINGS — The Vancouver Lions Club is currently accepting applications for membership. Membership is open to all persons of we need you image good moral character and reputation who are over the age of 18. There are no limitations to membership based on business, profession, industry, employment, gender, gender identity, gender expression, religion, military service, race or affiliation. Note that Lions Clubs International has waived new Lions club membership initiation fees (otherwise $3500) through June 30, 2022, and there are discounts to annual dues for families and students. Consider joining the Vancouver Lions Club today and share the fun and fellowship of serving your community.
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  • LION OF THE YEAR — Lion Susan Nellor was presented with the Vancouver Lions Club “Lion Of The Year” award for 2021–2022 by Immediate Past President Linda Bannon at the Club picnic on July 7, 2022. The Lion of the Year is an annual award presented to the Vancouver Lion who demonstrates extraordinary service to the Vancouver Lions Club and the community.

Coming Events…

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  • WALK AND KNOCK 2022 — It's back! We will be hitting the streets this year on December 3, 2022 for the much–beloved Walk and Knock Food drive, started by Vancouver Lions PZC Doug Rae and PID A.C. “Bud” Passmore way back in 1982. Back to gathering food in all of Clark County after a two–year, “Drive and Drop” hiatus. Vancouver Lions will be covering 4 areas again, so we need all Vancouver Lions and lots of friends to pitch in come December 3. Contact Sector Coordinator Brian Rerick and let him know you will be joining in this year's Walk and Knock.
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  • BELL RINGING — One ringee–dingee, two rignee–dingee… It is that time of the year again. Salvation Army holiday bell ringing time! Two dates on the itinerary: December 10 and December 18, 2022. A little change in the place this year: Macy's is out; We will be ringing bells at the Walmart Supecenter, 14505 NE Fourth Plain Boulevard instead. Contact Lion Linda Bannon and sign up for a two–hour shift today.
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  • BELL RINGING — The second date for the Salvation Army holiday bell ringing project is Sunday, December 18, 2022. Same place as the first round: Walmart Supecenter, 14505 NE Fourth Plain Boulevard. Contact Lion Linda Bannon and sign up for a two–hour shift today.
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  • MOBILITY TRAINING — The Washington State School for the Blind is offering Orientation Mobility Training for volunteers. Training will be available from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on January 10, 2023, and from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on March 14, 2024. Both sessions will be held at the Sherman Building (in the Library) ay 2289 McLoughlin Boulevard, Vancouver, Washington. Email Adrienne Fernandez an RSVP a week before the trainig seesion you want to attend. Also, check out the guide for promoting independence (by the Perkins School for the Blind) for tips on helping blind and low vision students become independent.
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  • MOBILITY TRAINING — The Washington State School for the Blind is offering Orientation Mobility Training for volunteers. Training will from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on March 14, 2024. at the Sherman Building (in the Library) ay 2289 McLoughlin Boulevard, Vancouver, Washington. Email Adrienne Fernandez an RSVP a week before the trainig to reserve your spot. Check out the guide for promoting independence (by the Perkins School for the Blind) for tips on helping blind and low vision students become independent.