If you are interested in becoming a member, contact a local Lions Member for more information.
I was invited to join Lions in the September of 1976 by Don Schoemaker, who sponsored me. I have always been involved with service organizations starting at Cherry Creek High School and then at Colorado State University, so joining Lions was a natural for me. I love doing the pancake breakfasts the most, especially the Fly In in June. The best change I have seen has been the inclusion of women to our club as this has increased our membership, enthusiasm, and made our Lions Club a better organization. Being a Lion has given me the opportunity to give back to a community that has given so much to me.
Lion Earl Lehrer, Dentist (Member since 1976)
Being a new addition to the local community, I was seeking a place that would allow me to quickly integrate myself into the community. There were several things I was felt important: an organization that represents the community as a whole, is respected by the community, and embodies an ameliorating influence and impact. I found this and more at the local Lion's Club. From my very first encounter, friendly faces, coupled with warm words of welcome were the order of the day; some 6 months later I feel more welcomed than ever.
Lion Bob Farmer, Branch Manager , Key Bank (Member since 2010)