Prescott Evening Lions meet the first and third Tuesdays of every month at 6 p.m. at the Plaza Bonita Restaurant, 1317 E. Gurley Street, Prescott near the Hwy. 69/Hwy. 89 intersection (next to the Best Western Prescottonian).
We actively encourage community-minded people to join our exciting organization. Feel free to join us for dinner and let's get acquainted at one of our upcoming meetings — as our guest!
Hope to see you soon!
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• Assisting Our Community...+
...at such annual events as the Lions Pancake Breakfast and White Cane Days, Prescott Rodeo, Territorial Days, Fair-on-the–Square, and service projects such as performing cleanup on Williamson Valley Road and the Pioneer Cemetery (on Iron Springs Road);
• Emphasizing Sight & Hearing Support...+
...collecting eyeglasses and hearing aids, as well as providing sight and hearing exams for local working poor and our senior community;
• Supporting Local Families, Children...+
...by providing direct financial support to local, non-profit organizations which directly assist children and families in need, and by providing financial aid and scholarships through our club's foundation to local students seeking post-high school education
2014 PEL Scholarship Application
• Being Involved Locally... both+
as a Club and as Individual Citizens...
...Club participation in local fundraising efforts is synonymous with community service. Participation includes American Diabetes Assn., Boys & Girls Club, Bike Prescott, Tour de Cure, and more.
Member involvement includes such entities as: People Who Care, Guide Dogs, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Boy Scouts, Special Olympics, Sharlot Hall Museum, Phippen American West Museum, Sister Cities, and more;
• Fundraising Efforts Attend Local Need...+
...Our fundraising projects include sales of our ever-popular Dining and Entertainment Savings Coupon Book, the Lions White Cane Days, and our "Pick Your Favorite Charity" Golf Tournament. Monies raised stay local... and our participation in community fundraising efforts exemplies our commitment to Community First!
• Keeping Monies Local from+
Donations, Contributions, Fundraising...
...by returning thousands of dollars to our local community in the form of financial grants. These monies go to such groups as: Coalition for Compassion and Justice, Yavapai CASA for Kids, New Horizons Independent Living Center, Camp Opportunity International, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Boys & Girls Clubs, American Diabetes Assn., Boy Scouts, and others.
2014 PEL Grant Application
• Having Strong Leadership...+
...by having dedicated Lions in areas of Club responsibility. Our Officers & Directors for 2014-2015 include: Gail Kenny (president), Karen Leja (1st VP), Sam Lewin (2nd VP), Lem Johnson (Secretary), Nancy Bonnar (Treasurer), John Olvera (Membership), board directors Dave Chubon, Steve Monez, Cathy Smith, and Fred Poppe, and Ron Smith (immediate past president).