Whenever Lions members get together, problems get smaller and our community gets better.
Since our charter in 1958, Oak Creek Lions are here to help where help is needed – in Oak Creek, in Wisconsin and around the world – with integrity and energy. Oak Creek Lions proudly work to make our community better through a variety of service projects and by raising and donating funds. Some of our service work includes: quarterly blood drives, vision screening for elementary school children and Adopt a Highway roadway cleanup. We also help community youth sports programs, local hunger relief programs and special needs children activities.
If you're interested in learning more about how we help and what we do, considering joining us. Make a difference. Become a Lion. To receive information and an invitation to our dinner meeting contact us: email@example.com
On December 5th from 1:30 to 6:00 p.m. we will be holding a Blood Drive at the Oak Creek Community Center, 8580 South Howell Avenue, in partnership with the Blood Center of Wisconsin.
It's easy to become a blood donor. By giving selflessly you will feel more connected to your community and to the world around you. It's a fulfilling and powerful experience to know that your donation could save lives.
You may schedule an appointment to donate during our blood drive, or simply come in. For more information about the blood donation process, to schedule an appointment time and to view recommendations to prepare for your blood donation, visit the Blood Center of Wisconsin.
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We will be celebrating the holiday season by visiting local nursing homes and assisted living facilities to bring merriment to our seniors. All Sing-A-Longs begin at 6:30 p.m. and will include a visit with Santa and refreshments. Come, lend your voice and bring some joy to our seniors this holiday season! Song books provided (although you probably know most of them).
Oak Creek Lions recently presented a $25,000 donation to the Oak Creek Common Council, which will help build the planned Oak Creek Library.