Our club’s history
The Noon Lions Club is the oldest Lions Club in Cheyenne. It was founded on June 5, 1920 as the Cheyenne Lions Club.
When two new Lions clubs were formed – the Sunrise Club and the Frontier Club, we became known as the Cheyenne Noon Lions Club.
“We serve,” is the motto of the Lions Club. If you would like to “give back” in your community, why not become a Lion?
We meet at noon on the first and third Tuesdays of the month. Please join us as our guest and see what the Lions are all about!
The purpose of the Lions Clubs is “To Serve.”
We focus on vision related service projects such as collecting donated eyeglasses, and performing vision screening.
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The Cheyenne Noon Lions are also happy to help out other service organizations with their volunteer needs. Please contact us if you need volunteers to help you!
The Cheyenne Noon Lions Club is the oldest Lions club in Cheyenne. The two other clubs are the Sunrise Club which meets in the morning and the Pioneer Club which meets in the evenings.