Who are Lions?
Lions are volunteers-part of the largest service organization in the
world, with over 1.3 million members worldwide. Lions are members of
their communities-sometimes leaders, sometimes business men and women,
sometimes mothers or grandfathers or young adults-but always caring
people, giving of their time and talents to make their cities and towns
better. The Lions of Southwestern Idaho and Eastern Oregon are no
are as varied as the area in which we live, from building
parks and wheelchair ramps, to assisting the blind and vision impaired,
to working with our youth. Our purpose is to serve, our reward is a
smile, a handshake, a job well done, a warm feeling in our hearts.
Forty-six Lions clubs
are located in Southwestern Idaho and Eastern Oregon. The public is invited to attend club meetings
, help out with service projects, and join in the fun of serving the community.
For information about joining a Lions club, contact
the Lions of District 39W.
Find out More about Lions
All the Lions 39W news, announcements, and events calendar is in the e-Bulletin. Past issues are archived on this website at the bulletin archive
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Diabetes Awareness Blog
Learn more about "Stopping the Silent Killer"
on our newest blog. Diabetes Awareness is one action items of Lions.
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