Special Interest Lions Club
Share an Interest, and a Commitment to Service
Looking to charter a new Lions Club? Consider a group of people that already share a common interest or passion. Members may share a hobby, profession or ethnicity. It’s easy to do. Groups of people around the world are joining together to turn their passions into rewarding service projects that directly benefit their communities. In fact, a shared interest is how many Lions clubs are chartered:
- The El Paso Executive Women Lions Club
- The Lubbock Law Enforcement Lions Club
- The Fairbanks Snowmobile Fun Lions Club
- The New York City Suny Optometry Lions Club
- The Vigo Champions club (in support of Special Olympics)
- The Murfreesboro Downtown Barristers Lions club (comprised of legal professionals)
- The Victoria Quilters Lions Club
Joining a Lions club is a great way to meet people who share common interests, build your resume and acquire new skills all while helping people in need.
Ready to Charter a Special Interest Club?
For more information contact the Membership Development Department.
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