Lions Clubs Member Benefits
Becoming a Lions club member gives you the opportunity to do volunteer work locally – or internationally. Make new friends and professional connections. Lead projects that make your community a better place to live. And have fun doing it.
The Willmar Noon Lions Club conducts various fundraising events including our popular September Waffle feed and mint sales. This allows us to serve and give back to our community several ways.
- Helping a Willmar resident obtain eyeglasses if they are financially unable
- Supporting Willmar High School sports teams
- Helping the Willmar, MN community in many other ways
The Willmar Noon Lions Waffle Feed is held in September on the same day as Willmar's Celebrate Art, Celebrate Coffee event. The event is held at the Willmar Community Center. The event is September 17, 2016. The Club will be collecting used shoes for Soles4 Souls, and also eyeglasses and hearing aids at the event.
Willmar Noon Lions 75th Anniversary Event!
The Club held a Celebration for our 75th Anniversary of the club's charter on Thursday, October 22, 2015 at the Oaks at Eagle Creek. The Key-note Speaker for the evening was Past International Director Lion Mike Molenda from the Twin Cities area.
Congratulations to the Willmar Nite Lions Club for officially receiving their Charter as a new club. The Willmar Noon Lions was the Club's Sponsor. The Nite Lions held an event on December 5, 2015 to celebrate the official start of their new Club. The Willmar Noon Lions Club looks forward to continuing to work together on various projects for the community. Best wishes.
WILLMAR NOON LIONS BRING THE JOSE COLE CIRCUS
TO THE WILLMAR CIVIC CENTER
For the third straight year, the Willmar Noon Lions sponsored the Jose Cole's International Circus at the Willmar Civic Center Arena. The Circus was held on Saturday, April 16 aan 17, 2016.
For the annual Circus event, the Willmar Noon Lions sells discounted books of tickets to local businesses to give out to children, or, if they wish, the Club will be glad to distribute them in your business name to Headstart, Special Education, Willmar Regional Treatment Center, Willmar Area Social Service facilities with handicapped people, or other organizations.
Proceeds from the circus are used to fund the following activities for disadvantaged youth in the Willmar area: Approximately $2,500 was raised this past year.
- Scholarship programs
- Eye exams and glasses
- Hearing testing & hearing aids
- Diabetes education