Grapefruit & Oranges

Helena Lions Club offers fresh grapefruit and oranges delivered to you for the holiday season. Fruit will be delivered beginning December 14th.

A box of approximately 20 California Navel Oranges is $18. A box of approximately 20 sweet Texas Ruby Red grapefruit is $20. Half boxes are priced accordingly.

Place your order NOW! Once they're gone you'll need to wait until next year.

Call or Text 406.439.2432 or e-mail May3rd1933@aol.com to place an order. We will confirm your order and deliver your fruit to you.

Helena Lions Club Meeting Schedule:

1st Tuesday - Helena Lions Club now offers an evening meeting rather than a noon meeting on the 1st Tuesday of each month. The new evening meetings will begin at 6:00PM at Jorgenson's Restaurant & Lounge (1720 11th Avenue). Attendees will order from the menu and will pay their restaurant bill directly. Regular programs will be provided. Guests and visitors are always welcome. There are no noon meetings on a 1st Tuesday.

2nd Tuesday - Traditional Tuesday noon meetings at Chili's Bar & Grill at 2790 North Washington Street on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month. Regular programs will be provided. Guests and visitors are always welcome. Note that Tuesday noon meeting beging promptly at 12:10PM.

3rd Tuesday - Helena Lions Club will not hold a general meeting on the 3rd Tuesday of a month. Rather, ALL members are invited to attend and participate in the monthly Helena Lions Club Board of Director's meeting held at 12-noon on the Monday preceding the 3rd Tueday. These meetings are at the Red Atlas within the Lundy Center (behind the Staggering Ox).

4th Tuesday - Tuesday noon meeting at Chili's Bar & Grill (2790 N. Washington St.). 

5th Tuesday -Helena Lions Club will recognize months with a 5th Tuesday by holding no scheduled Club meeting on these dates.

Please note these changes and mark your planners accordingly as we adjust to this new schedule.

We're on Facebook

Visit Facebook and search for us: Helena Lions Club. See photos and more information about us and our activities here. NOTE: There are other Helena Lions Clubs such as from Helena, Alabama. Verify that you are looking at the original Helena Lions Club which has been serving the community of Montana's capitol city since May 3rd, 1933.

Helena Lions Club Offers Free Vision Screenings to Local Schools

Helena Lions Club offers all local schools a service of free vision screenings for students. We use a PlusOptix system to detect vision concerns such as anisometropia, astigmatism, hyperopia, myopia, gaze asymmetry, and anisocoria. These are all vision issues which can be detected and treated at an early age. Using the PlusOptix equipment we can enter a classroom and screen each student in a matter of seconds. An entire class can be screened in a matter of minutes with very little set-up required. The PlusOptix system uses a sophisticated meter which looks somewhat like a camera, except it is packed with technology that evaluates a student's eyes from a distance of about 3.5 feet. Students find the screening process to be fun and exciting. We work with school nurses or administrators to arrange screenings and we provide them the screening results. The PlusOptix system identifies findings where a student is referred for a more complete vision exam. The school nurse or administrators then follow-up with the student. As needed, the student's family may contact Helena Lions Club for our seperate program providing professional eye exams and eye glasses. Please contact Helena Lions Club or any Lion for more information.

Helena Lions Club Foundation is a Great Option

The Helena Lions Club Foundation has been organized under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service code which provides tax benefits on charitable gifts to 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations. This Foundation provides an opportune means for members, businesses, and individuals to assist the Helena Lions Club in raising additional funds for our many charitable causes. The Helena Lions Club supports a number of programs to address critical services and individual needs in our community including preserving sight and hearing, combating disabilities, promoting health, serving the youth of our community and many others. Efforts of our Club help people lead healthier and productive lives. The mission of the Helena Lions Club Foundation is to support the efforts of the Helena Lions Club in serving our local community in carrying out its many essential humanitarian projects. The formation of our Helena Lions Club Foundation provides an opportunity for businesses and individuals alike in the community to make tax deductible gifts which will go directly to benefit our community and to assist those less fortunate. 

Please consider the Helena Lions Club Foundation when planning your future charitable donations. Click here to download contribution form or select the HLC Foundation tab at the top of this page for more information.

Lions Notes

 Beginning April 25th, 2017 Helena Lions Club introduces a new meeting schedule:

1st Tuesday:

6:00PM @ Jorgenson's

2nd Tuesday:

12:10PM @ Chili's Bar & Grill (2790 N. Washington St.)

3rd Tuesday:

No Genereal Meeting - Attend Monthly Board Meeting Monday Noon @ Red Atlas (400 Euclid Avenue)

4th Tuesday:

12:10PM @ Chili's Bar & Grill

5th Tuesday of each Month:

No Meeting

 

See Schedule

Guests are always welcome

Board of Directors Meetings

The Helena Lions Club Board of Directors meets the Monday preceding the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 12-noon at the Red Atlas in the Lundy Center. The agenda for the next monthly meeting is available. Minutes of the last monthly meeting are also available.

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