Be sure to come to our Diabetes Awareness Day event at the Laramie County Library on November 19,2022!
Our “Throw for Sight 2022” cornhole tournament and fundraiser, held on November 12, 2022, was a great success! Check out our blog for full details.
What we do!
The Cheyenne Noon Lions Club focuses on vision and related subjects such as diabetes awareness. (Diabetes is one of the leading causes of blindness in the world.) We were the first Lions Club in Cheyenne, founded over 100 years ago! (There are now two other clubs, the Sunrise Club and the Pioneer Club.)
Where we meet!
The Noon Lions meets the first Tuesday of the month at the Elks Lodge, 100 E. 17th St, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001. We typically have a speaker from the community talking about any of a wide variety of subjects – not only service related but also such topics as gardening in Cheyenne, history of the city and of Wyoming, women’s history, and so on.
These lunch-time meetings are a great way to meet new people, network, and learn about the Lions, our history and our goals for the future.
The Noon Lions is a service club – we perform at least one service project in our community each month. If you don’t have time for meetings but want to help out the Laramie County community, you can participate in all of our service projects.
Vision Grant Program
Through our partnership with Community Action of Laramie County, we help qualified individuals with funds for eye exams, new eyeglasses and even such things as cataract surgery.
Collecting Eyeglasses for Donation
We have eyeglass collection boxes in several locations throughout Cheyenne. We collect the glasses on a regular basis and donate them to the needy overseas.
YOU CAN HELP IN MANY WAYS!
Do you shop at King Soopers? You can help out the Noon Lions at no cost to you! Join the King Soopers community rewards program and a King Soopers will donate a percentage of their profits to our club. Check out this link: King Soopers Community Rewards.
This page last updated March 8, 2022