Projects

Current Project

Rose Sale

Lions Rose Sale is an annual fund-raising event which our club participates in. Our Lions sell roses by the dozen from January thru March with free delivery occurring on a weekend in April.

Besides bringing smiles to the many recipients, funds raised are used to support Lions Club charities such as Lion Camp in Rosholt, WI, Lions Foundation, Leader Dog Program, and Lions Eye Bank Program.

Senior Expo

The time and date for the 2019 Expo to be determined

-- 2018 --

Celebrating life after 50...The 22nd SENIOR LIVING EXPO ("Senior Living EXPO") is a Registered Trademark of the Appleton Noon Lions Club)

Sponsored by the Appleton Noon Lions Club. Wednesday, September 19, 2018 8:00 am - 12:00 pm (Doors open at 7:45 for coffee & rolls) THE PLAYERS CHOICE W3035 County Trunk JJAppleton, WI (1.5 miles east of Appleton North High School) FREE ADMISSION!

Registration documents

Cover sheet

Information sheet

Booth selection

Ad book

Booth floor layout

Regulations

Vision screening

The Appleton Noon Lions Club has established itself as the leading Lions Club in Wisconsin for student vision screening. Since 2014, our Club has performed more than 43,000 vision screenings in the Fox River Valley area, without charge to any of the schools or screening sites. Approximately 10%, or 4,000 of these screenings have resulted in out-of-range

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Used eye glasses and hearing aids

Lions International collects and re-distributes used eyeglasses and hearing aids on a world-wide basis. Appleton Noon Lions has been part of this program since the mid-1990's More

Dictionary project

The Appleton Noon Lions Club, working with other area Lions Clubs, to provide each third grader in the Appleton School District a dictionary (public and private schools)...


Cornea transport

Lions Eye Bank of Wisconsin is dedicated to the mission of restoring the Gift of Sight through recovery and transplantation of corneas, research to advance the knowledge and treatment of eye diseases, and education to increase donations. Our club participates in the transportation to facilities that can further prepare them for transplant or research.

Every year the club raises funds for the Salvation Army at Christmas time.

Last December we joined with other Valley clubs to man as many ketttles as possible on 2 days. Our president , Mary Beth Neinhaus offered to match up to $10,000 collected on the first day, our club manned a kettle at Pick-N-Save on Wisconsin Ave for 12 hours. A week later we were at the entrance to the Northland mall for 12 hours..

We hope to be there for the Salvation Army again in 2019.