3rd Thursday — Business Meeting at 6:30 p.m.
Texas Hold'em Poker Tournament: Bring your best poker face and you may take home the grand prize — $10,000 and a custom leather champion jacket!
WESTFIELD LIONS ANNUAL FISH FRY
WHEN: On the first Friday and Saturday in September. The hours are from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. However, this years fry is cancelled due to COVID 19.
WHERE: Westfield Lions Club House at 120 Jersey Street • Westfield, Indiana 46074
The infamous Lions Fish Fry. Gather with friends and family to enjoy food, fun and fellowship!
Supported by the Westfield Lions Club.
An all-you-can-eat breakfast. Each year the Westfield High School Leo Club selects a charity to raise donations for. In the past this has included the Newtown, CT Lions Club's Sandy Hook Elementary School Foundation, Heart & Soul Free Clinic and Elliott's Army.
WHERE: Westfield High School Cafeteria, 18250 N Union St, Westfield, IN
WHEN: POSTPONED & TBD.
Each year the Westfield Lions Club Provides free dictionaries to every 3rd grader in Westfield.
To find out more about this wonderful program click on The Dictionary Project to the right.
We currently have 4 locations where people can drop off used eyeglasses and hearing aids for donations. They are:
Busby Eye Care, LLC • Lion Kathleen Busby, O.D. • 16409 South Park Drive, Ste B
• Westfield, IN • 317-896-5005 • busbyeyecare.com
Prather Optometry • 540 Pebble Village Lane #200 • Noblesville, IN. (Behind the McDonalds on SR 32, east of Westfield).
The Westfield Washington Public Library • 333 Hoover Street • Westfield, IN.
Walmart Vision Center • 2001 E, 151st Street • Westfield, IN
BUSINESS MEETING: The second meeting is considered the business meeting. During this meeting club business is conducted.
If you would like to discover what makes being a Lion so special, attend a meeting. Contact us or simply show up.
GENERAL MEETING: The club meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the clubhouse. The first meeting of the month is the general or program meeting, during which visitors and spouses are encouraged to attend, awards are presented, and a special presentation (The Program) is scheduled. The Program may consist of speakers such as a Lions District Governor talking about Lionism, sports figures discussing their careers, medical doctors or specialists addressing an informative topic of interest. It also may cover special award functions such as grants, service awards, senior scholarships being presented or simply provide entertainment such as the Christmas program.
MONTHLY MEETINGS/Virtual for now
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On June 10, 2017 - The Westfield Lions along with the Noblesville Lions, participated in a Day of Service at Third Phase in Noblesville. Reverend Ruth Thalman & Reverend Betty Violette had the vision to establish Hamilton County’s first (and remains today as the county’s only) homeless shelter. In November 1980, they found a 33 room, 20,000 sq. ft. mansion on 9 1/2 acres of rolling hills in Noblesville, IN.
These are special events the Westfield Lions Club has participated in.
Click here to see Lions on the job in their yellow shirts.
Click here to see event photos.
Our next tournamenthas been cancelled due to COVID 19.
EXCITING NEW AWARDS
Approved by the state of Indiana Charity Gaming Division Permit #011908