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Meridian Lions Club

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Mission Statement: “Through volunteerism, we support community humanitarian needs, sight and hearing, and youth services at the local, district, and international levels.  We are dedicated to helping and improving the communities we live in "WE SERVE."


How are the Lions Clubs organized? Each local club is an organized entity of Lions Clubs International. The international organization, through its considerable resources, is a great aid in helping each local club define its mission and attain its goals.


When did the Meridian Lions Club begin? The Meridian Lions Club was organized October 5, 1938 by a former District Governor, Lion Rulon Dunn.  The club has served Meridian from the time it was a village of 500 to its present status of a rapidly growing city approaching a population of 140,000.

Meridian Lions Club Officers

President: John Hand
1st Vice President: Thomas Shores
Secretary: Dan Ollivant
Treasurer: Jerry Healy
Rodeo President: Darrin Moe

The Meridian Lions Club meets every 2nd and 4th Thursday's via Zoom due to Covid. Regular meetings are held 7am at Hampton Inn in Meridian.
Meridian Lions Service Projects
  • Meridian Lions Service Projects

  • Meridian Library

  • Meridian Lions Rodeo

  • Idaho Lions Eye Bank

  • War Hawk Museum Community Events

  • Adopt A Hyway

  • Patriotism Essay Contest

  • Meridian Food Bank                    


Meridian Food Bank

December 18th 2020


Centennial Lions Donation November 27, 2018

Adopt A Highway

September 29th 2018

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