Palo Cedro Lions Club
P O Box 170 Palo Cedro California 96073

We Serve


Lions Clubs International

We Serve - Nearly 1.4 million Lions members in 193 countries and geo- graphic areas answer the needs that challenge the communities of the world. Lions tackle tough problems like blindness, drug abuse prevention and diabetes awareness.

Global Neighbors - Lions members—men and women— provide immediate and sustained relief in time of disaster and offer long-term assistance to those in need. Lions collect and recycle eyeglasses for distribution in developing countries and treat millions of people to prevent river blindness.

Community Leaders - Lions improve the quality of life in their local communities by building parks, supporting hospitals and establishing water treatment programs.


For 85 years, whenever there is a need at home or around the world, Lions members are there to help.

Lions Clubs International — The World’s largest -and oldest service club.




Vision Programs

Lions are recognized worldwide for their ser- vice to the blind and visually impaired. This service began when Helen Keller challenged the Lions to become "knights of the blind in the crusade against darkness" during the association's 1925 international convention.



Today, in addition to their international Sight- First program, Lions extend their commitment to sight conservation through countless local efforts.

Lions are also involved in a variety of other activities to improve their communities and help people in need, such as assisting the hearing impaired, providing diabetes awareness and education materials, working on environmental projects and developing youth programs.

In The Community

Since Lions clubs were established, Lions have been dedicated to giving back to their communities. Lions clubs provide community parks, playgrounds, senior citizen programs and medical care for those in need.


Lions remain committed to improving the lives of those in their own neighborhoods! One of our more visible projects is right on Highway 44.

Palo Cedro Lions are active in many other areas...


Join Us In Service

We are in the local phone book. We are your neighbors.

Officers 2007 - 2008


Craig Schlie


Bruce McPhee


Dan Araiza


Robert Forbes, Jr.

Secretary Jeff Brown


Robert Forbes, Jr.

Tail Twister

Skip Vargas

Lion Tamer

David Fisher

Immediate Past President

Jeff Brown


Ed Smith

Safety Director

Ed Smith


Directors 2007-2008


1 Yr

Bill Baugh

1 Yr

Karl Rogge

1 Yr

Bob Forbes

2 Yr

Jack Gregory

2 Yr

Ed McCoach

2 Yr

Don Heemeyer


Honorary Lifetime Directors


John Hoeppner


Dale Gargas

Dick Wulliez

George Johnson

Bill Baugh


The Palo Cedro Lions Club meets the first and third Tuesday of each month at the clubhouse behind the Millville Grange Hall on Old Forty-Four Drive in Palo Cedro.

Community Service

• Rescue Mission
• Salvation Army
• Adult Literacy Programs
• Shasta College Giving Tree
• V. A. Coffee
• Palo Cedro Park Committee
• Palo Cedro Fire Department
• Caltrans Adopt-a-Highway
• Blood Source
• American Cancer Society
• Eyeglasses
• Hearing Aids
• Lions Youth Football
• Miss Redding Rodeo
• Pink Panthers Volleyball
• Redding Area Variety Entertainment
Society (RAVES)
• Shasta County Talent Search
• Shasta County District Fair
• Sober Grad Night
• Academic Scholarships
• Youth Exchange Services
• Fire Victims Relief
• 4-H Youth Programs
• BUNCO Fundraisers & Parties

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