Welcome to the Warrenville Lions Club! Formed on June 8, 1949, the Warrenville Lions Club has been assisting those within our community in need for nearly 70 years. We strive to raise the quality of life for members in our community through our Gift of Sight program, Hearing Aid Assistance program, funding of Meals on Wheels, Canine Companions and many other outside charities that we support. Come join us as we do all of this in a spirit of friendship and fun!
November 13th, 7 p.m. - Monthly Lions Club meeting at Al's Pizza, Warrenville.
When Every 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m.
Where Al's Pizza 28W241 Warrenville Rd. Warrenville, IL 60555
Interested in joining? Feel free to attend one of the meetings (look for one of us wearing a blue Lions shirt and ask about attending). You can also contact us on the contact form if you'd like to coordinate your attendance or would like to speak to us about a certain subject. Don't be shy! - we're a fun group!
Lions Circle Sponsors
A special thank you to our Lions Circle Sponsors below for making our work in the community possible:
Be a Warrenville Lion!
We are always looking to expand our membership with fine individuals from the community! If you would like to explore joining the Warrenville Lions Club, please send us a request on the contact form or come to one of our monthly meetings to sit in and see what we are about.
Our September 29th blood drive was great. Thank you for coming out and donating your blood.
**Warrenville Lions Club participates in Arbor Day**
**Warrenville Lions club inducts new members**
The Warrenville Lions club welcomed 3 more members at their August meeting.
Bernie Niewoehner, Matt Byrne, and Eric Niederbrach are happy to join such a great organization as the Warrenville lions club to help participate in community activities, fundraisers and great camaraderie.
**Warrenville Lions club provided vision awareness screenings at national night out**
We prescreened 66 children for myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), and Astigmatism. Most kids pass the screening. Those that don't get a referral to go to the eye doctor and get a full comprehensive exam. If affordability is an issue we would them send patients to the aurora VNA clinic where they can get a full comprehensive exam at a much lower cost based on their household income.