BURLESON LIONS CLUB
Providing eyewear and eyecare to every Burleson child in need since 1945.

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Club Meetings:
2nd and 4th Wednesdays
FUMC-Burleson
590 N.E. McAlister Rd.
Lunch served at 11:45 a.m.
Meeting starts at 12 p.m.

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Independence Day Parade

 For the 2014 Independence Day Parade information and registration click here.
Burleson Police Officer Chaz Garrett, center, and Tarrant County Constable Deputy Michael Guthrie, right, pause for pancakes served by Billy Ayers, left, and other members of the Burleson Lions Club during Relay for Life of Burleson. Thanks to all Lions who served.

Burleson Police Officer Chaz Garrett, center, and Tarrant County Constable Deputy Michael Guthrie, right, pause for pancakes served by Billy Ayers, left, and other members of the Burleson Lions Club during Relay for Life of Burleson. Thanks to all Lions who served.

 

Learn more about the White Cane project

Joe Crews visited the Burleson Lions Club to present a program Feb. 26 on the White Cane project. More information on this worthwhile project is available HERE.

 

Past district governor Jim Coleman, center, representing the Texas Lions Foundation, visited the Burleson Lions Club Jan. 22. He's shown with Lion Philo, left, and Lion Ted. The Lions Club will next meet at 11:45 a.m. Feb. 12 at First United Methodist Church.

Past district governor Jim Coleman, center, representing the Texas Lions Foundation, visited the Burleson Lions Club Jan. 22. He’s shown with Lion Philo, left, and Lion Ted. The Lions Club will next meet at 11:45 a.m. Feb. 12 at First United Methodist Church.

Speak to us

Lion David Heinsen coordinates speakers for the Burleson Lions Club.
We meet at 11:45 a.m. at First United Methodist Church.
If you know of a speaker who would be beneficial to have speak to the club on a topic of interest, please contact him here:
Email David

 

Join the Leo Club

If you are a young adult with a desire to serve the community, earn volunteer service hours and associate with adult Lions, contact the Burleson Lions Club here. 
The Leo Club is under the direction of Lion Philo Waters, formerly the principal at Brock Elementary School. To find out how to become a Leo Club member, email Philo Waters or ask Centennial High School principal Lance Campbell. For more information on the Leo Club program, click here or visit the Burleson Leo Club page here.

District 2-E2 Governor Suzi Schneider, center, visits the Burleson Lions Club to deliver an update Aug. 28 on district information and on initiation of new members. She's joined by Lion Billy Ayers, left, and Past District Governor Ted Whitley.

District 2-E2 Governor Suzi Schneider, center, visits the Burleson Lions Club to deliver an update Aug. 28 on district information and on initiation of new members. She’s joined by Lion Billy Ayers, left, and Past District Governor Ted Whitley.

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Welcome to the Burleson Lions Club!

Ercel Lewis, second from left, presented a program Nov. 13 to the Burleson Lions Club on his ministry in Mexico, including a Bible study program with Mexican police. He also operates Amor Viviente Church in Victoria, Mexico. Also shown, from left, are Ercel's sister Gloria Gillaspie, pastor Troy Brewer and Lance McCollum.

Ercel Lewis, second from left, presented a program Nov. 13 to the Burleson Lions Club on his ministry in Mexico, including a Bible study program with Mexican police. He also operates Amor Viviente Church in Victoria, Mexico. Also shown, from left, are Ercel’s sister Gloria Gillaspie, pastor Troy Brewer and Lance McCollum.

 The Burleson Lions Club was founded in 1945. Members have served the Burleson community for 68 years. Club meetings are at 11:45 a.m. on the second and fourth Wednesdays of most months at First United Methodist Church, 590 NE McAlister Rd.
Members of the Burleson Lions Club are active in the community, volunteering for the annual Independence Day Parade, through our Chef’s Kitchen project and at White Cane Days and by ringing the bell for Salvation Army at Christmas.
Burleson Lions Club is a member of Lions Clubs International, Lions District 2E-2 and supports the Texas Lions Camp in Kerrville, Texas.  It is completely non-sectarian, and does not endorse or support any political candidate or religion.
Contact the Burleson Lions Club here or email a member of our board for information about how you, too, can become a member and enjoy service to our city, the nation and the world ! If you have any questions, you may e-mail from this site using the  Contact Us form.

 

Burleson Lions Club,
P. O. Box 322, Burleson, TX 76097

Burleson Lions Charitable Programs, Inc. is a 501c(3) Non-profit organization. Your donations are tax deductible.