Welcome to the official website of the Cheyenne Noon Lions Club!

Would you like to help serve your community?¬† Why not join a Lions Club! There are three Lions Clubs to choose from in Cheyenne – one meets eaaarly in the morning, one meets at noon (that’s us) and one meets in the evening.


“Taking aim” – at a cornhole “board” 27 feet away.

The First Annual Burns Day Cornhole Tournament the Noon Club organized as a fundraiser for the newly founded Burns Lions Club, held at the first annual Burns Day, June 13, was a lot of fun, with 12 teams (24 people) competing for cash prizes, and brought in over $500 to be donated to the Burns Club.

The Noon Lions Club First Annual Cornhole Tournament

will take place on November 13 at the American Legion on Lincolnway.

More prizes! More sponsors! More fun!

Stay tuned for more details!

What we do!

The Lions Club are focused on vision and related subjects such as diabetes awareness. (Diabetes is one of the leading causes of blindness in the United States.

Don’t have time for meetings? Just want to help with service projects? That’s fine too! We’re happy to have you!


Do you shop at King Soopers? See how you can help out the Noon Lions at no cost to you! Click here: King Soopers Community Rewards.

Vision Grant Program

Through our partnership with Community Action of Laramie County, we help qualified individuals with funds for eye exams and new eyeglasses.

Collecting Eyeglasses for Donation

We have eyeglass collection boxes in several locations throughout Cheyenne. We collect these on a regular basis and donate them to the needy overseas.

Service Projects

We service projects throughout Laramie County. During the winter (at least during the Covid pandemic) we are focusing on Lions Park cleanup, and our members meet there once a month for this purpose. When the Covid-19 pandemic eases we will resume our regular schedule of service projects.