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The Stanton Lions Club was chartered on December 8, 1947. It was formed by a group of concerned Business Men who wanted to make the community a better place. Work soon commenced on building a community center and park. The Lions Community Clubhouse gave community groups a...Read More
The Stanton Lions Club surprised Dr. Gene Wilkins by awarding him a plaque for 50-years of Lions service during its annual Christmas party held in their “Milt Blumenthal Club House” Thursday, Dec. 16. Wilkins was a charter member of the former Cypress Lions Club...Read More
STANTON LIONS -- Serving our Community since 1947
The Stanton Lions Club has been serving our community for over sixty years. We take pride in serving our community. Although the club is made up of leaders–professionals, business owners, and elected officials–we have no restriction on membership. There are no income, religious or gender restrictions. Lunch meetings are the second and fourth Wednesday of every month. If you are aware of a need in our community, please contact us.
Stanton Lions Mission Statement
Currently, we have several service projects and raise money for charity. Lions participate in The City of Stanton’s annual festivals Summer-Fest, Halloween, and Christmas in the City. Every year we have a booth at these festivals. We donate a bicycle to a child and help fund snow at the Christmas Festival.
This year the lions have stepped up and have become the primary sponsor of the Halloween Festival.
Lions also work with local doctors to make sure low-income and uninsured families can provide vision care for their children. We also help seniors with limited incomes. Stanton Lions also collect used eyeglasses that are recycled for those in need Mexico.
We are very proud of the Leos Club we sponsor at the Braille Institute. And every year, Stanton Lions visit a local
school to educate children about our flag and what it means to be a US citizen.
If you know of a Stanton school child, senior or disabled person who needs glasses or eye therapy please give them our application:
If you know of a local child who would like to play youth sports, join a boy scout or girl scout troop or other youth activity, but cannot because of family income restrictions, please let them know about our community activity scholarship:
If you know someone who cannot afford hearing aids:
Stanton Lions are well on their way to completing the Centennial Challenge which celebrates the formation of the first Lions Club.
The Stanton Lions Club is a proud member of a worldwide organization called Lions Clubs International. This organization is an association of local Lions Clubs. Each Lions Club makes its own decisions and sets goals are important to club members; and the clubs work together to get big projects accomplished. The Stanton Lions have chosen to focus the needs of the less fortunate in our community, and helping our youth.