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Welcome to the Fayetteville, Tennessee Lions Club!
The Fayetteville Lions Club was chartered 66 years ago in 1947 and has
been very active in the Community ever since. We meet the needs of our local community and the world.
We are part of an International organization of 1.35 million men and women in 207
countries and geographic areas who conduct vision and health screenings, build
parks, support eye hospitals, award scholarships, assist youth, provide help in
time of disaster and much more.
Please explore this website to find out
more about us. Then join us in making our community and the world better places to live.
Twice a month, normally on the 1st & 3rd
Tuesday - 6:15 PM
Best Western Fayetteville Inn, 3021 Thornton Taylor Pkwy
Guests are welcome.
Please let us know you are coming by contacting Wayne Damron, Membership Director, (931) 433-6280 firstname.lastname@example.org or Jim Neale, President, (931) 433-9493, email@example.com .
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Becoming a Member:
Membership in Lions is by invitation from a local club. If you are
interested in membership, contact any local Lions club member. Tell him or
her that you are considering membership and want to attend a meeting to
learn more. Then, ask for a membership application.
Why should I become a member of Lions International? Find out
Want to know more about being a member of our Fayetteville Club - what we do, when we meet, what it costs? Find out here.
Members of the
world's largest and most active service club organization
Men & women who
believe that by working together they accomplish far more than would be
possible as individuals
People who cherish the fellowship of their own club, but who also feel a
close kinship with Lions in over 200 countries and areas throughout the
Individuals dedicated to maintaining the highest ethical and moral standards
in their club-- and in their personal lives
People who are serious about their commitment to humanitarian service, but
have fun along the way
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