WHERE THERE’S A NEED, THERE’S A LION!

Whenever a Lions Club gets together, problems get smaller and communities get better.

That’s because we help where help is needed – in our own communities and around the world – with unmatched integrity and energy. We Serve!

Our club’s mission is to meet the community’s needs through service and charitable giving, with a special focus on vision, diabetes, hunger, the environment, and childhood cancer.

Newton Lions Club Parade of Lights, 6:30 pm Thursday, Dec. 1. Santa photos, hot chocolate, shop local, donate glasses

Parade of Lights

Newton’s annual downtown Christmas parade! Businesses, clubs, churches, nonprofits and school groups are encouraged to participate with floats, vehicles, or walking groups.

If you’d like to participate, download the 2022 Entry Form and return it to NewtonKSLionsClub@gmail.com

Newton Lions Pancake Feed. Tuesday, Nov. 8 at Newton Rec Center

Pancake Feed

A Newton tradition since 1947! This fundraiser supplies our club with all the funds to sustain our charitable work throughout the year. Come enjoy all-you-can-eat pancakes, plus sausage, juice, coffee and eggs.

Get your tickets now and save!

Join the Pride

Are you looking for opportunities to serve your community and make some cool new friends in the process?

Newton Lions meet once a month, at noon on the 2nd Wednesday at The Breadbasket. But our real focus is on our service projects.

If you are interested in service and fellowship with some great people, please contact us.

We look forward to hearing from you!

  • Baier Family Optometry, 515 N. Main
  • Breadbasket Restaurant, 219 N. Main
  • Central National Bank, 626 N. Main
  • Dillons (South store), 1410 S. Kansas
  • Et Cetera Shop, 619 N. Main
  • Conrade Insurance, 129 E. Broadway
  • Miller Insurance, 714 N. Main
  • Newton Public Library, 720 Oak
  • Norm’s Coffee Bar, 613 N. Main
  • Grand Central Senior Center, 122 E. 6th St.

Newton Lions meet for lunch at noon on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at The Breadbasket, 219 N Main, Newton.

 

President
Dan Heinze Jr.

1st Vice President
Zach McHatton

2nd Vice President
Crystal Toews

Secretary
Sue Dunn

Treasurer
Natalie Norris

Membership Director
Dan Heinze Jr.

Past President
Greg Nickel

Tail Twister
Greg Nickel

Lion Tamer
Phil McPheeters

Director
Bob Burke

LCIF Chair
Alex Vermillion

Service Chair
Sal Lujano

Marketing Chair
Erin McDaniel