In the past 66 Years, the Reynoldsburg Lions are proud to have distributed over $400,000 to Lions Projects throughout the nation, the world and back into our community.
Our mission is to prevent blindness and to serve the community. Our biggest contribution to our community is the provision of eye exams and the machines Provide eye exams and glasses for the following...
Lions Clubs International is the world's largest service club organization, with more than 1.35 million members in more than 46,000 clubs.
Lions are ordinary men, women and young people from all walks of life who bridge religious, political, economic and social boundaries. They are united in their desire to make a difference by contributing their personal time and talents to help other people.
Pediatric cancer is the #1 killer of children by disease in the U.S. an average of over 250.000 children will be diagnosed every year; 91,250 will die. The Ohio Lions are trying to do their part, but we need the support of the rest of Ohio to accomplish what we started. Please register today; come join us in the walk, or register as a virtual walker and do your walk on your time, your pace, and still support the effo
The Reynoldsburg Leos Club were recognized as the top Leos Club for District OH5 in the 50-99 member category at the District OH5 Convention. All four officers were on hand to receive the award. What’s even better? Being announced as tied for 1st place overall as the MD-13 (Ohio) Leos Club of the Year! What an amazing group of Leos we have, and what an amazing group of officers leading them! (Note: names are in
Lion James Bolyard is the newest Melvin Jones Fellow for the Reynoldsburg Lions Club, being presented with this prestigious honor at the District 13 OH5 Convention March 11, 2017. Pictured from left to right are Lion James (seated), ID Sam Lindsey, 1VDG-e Mike Kerek, and PCC Dave Risen.
It was fantastic that a long time member, Lion Bob Stapleton, who hadn’t attended a meeting since well before 2012, showed up at our March meeting! First time that many of the newer members had ever met him, and he was welcomed back warmly. We hope to see much more of him! Just as great, long time member Lion Richard Merrick, who had been absent much of this past year due to various ailments, was able to return