Members of the Janesville Noon Lions Club gathered at the Buckhorn Supper Club on June 19 for the installation of the club’s 2018-19 slate of officers.
This is an update on the partnership between the Janesville Noon Lions Club, the Janesville Velo Club, and Michael’s Cycles to repair bicycles owned by the Wisconsin Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired.
We are pleased to report that we recently were able to deliver bikes No. 4, 5, and 6 to WCBVI. Pictured above making the delivery are, left to right, Lion Dennis Steed, Hans Genrich of Michael’s Cycles, Dustin Andrews of WCBVI, Lion Blaine Vance (dressed as Lorenzo), and Devan Dutra of the Janesville Velo Club.
During this trip we also picked up bikes No. 7, 8, 9 and 10 to be taken to Michael’s for repairs. These are the final four bikes in the WCBVI fleet.
The Lions Club and Velo Club contributed financially to the project, and Michael’s provided repairs at a reduced rate. The Lions Club is pleased to have been a part of this effort to combine our mission of vision-related issues and community service to make this project a reality.
Annual meeting celebrates, recognizes and promotes all service organizations Lions Club District 27-D1 Governor Dick Schwedrsky attended the Janesville’s 2015 All-City Service Club meeting on Dec. 3, 2015 at the Pontiac Convention Center and addressed those in attendance about the Lions’ mission as well as updates and information about the local club. Nearly 100 local … Read more
The following programs are scheduled for January. January 6th John Beckord- President of Forward Janesville will continue the discussion on downtown redevelopment and the power of 10 expanding on the Joint Service Club meeting program. January 20th Rick DeLuge will provide the program focused on the eye bank (no pun intended)! January 13th Board meeting … Read more
Help us collect school supplies for local children
The Janesville Noon Lions Club is teaming up with Blackhawk Community Credit Union and the Janesville School District and inviting the community to help them “Stuff the Bus” with school supplies and books from July 28th through August 23rd at Woodman’s Food Market, 2819 N. Lexington Drive, Janesville.
Join us and you will make a difference in the lives of people in your hometown, around the state and around the world. Whether you donate a single ruler or a case of paper, your donation will make a difference. Anything that you can do today will help a child tomorrow!