Welcome to the Oak Creek Lions Roar! This new blog will be updated to keep you informed of all the exciting new things happening with the Oak Creek Lions.
2023 was another record setting year for the Oak Creek Lions. We became the largest Lions Club in Wisconsin, with over 150 members and counting. Let's meet some of our newest Lions!
Lion Julie Carlson sponsored by Lion Tom Karakis
Lion David (Dave) Blazek sponsored by Lion Tony Maze
Lion Christine (Chrissy)Blazek sponsored by Lion Tony Maze
Lion Keely Nichols sponsored by Lion Leja Venne
Lion Kirsten Christiensen sponsored by Lion Kathy Vandenberg
Lion Manmohit (Manny) Kumar sponsored by Lion Lynn Stuker
Lion Sue Wiedmann Northey sponsored by Lion John Northey
If you see any of these new Lions around town be sure to say hi!
The Oak Creek Lions Club and Foundation is a proud partner and financial sponsor of the new Oak Creek Lions Den which will be located in the Oak Creek Community Center. Renovations are currently underway with a targeted open of Feb 1st.
The Oak Creek Lions Den will have a relaxed sports bar atmosphere open to the public for dining and gathering. Once the first phase opens the Oak Creek Lions Den will be able to seat approximately 150 people. The second phase of construction will be the expansion of the patio in late 2024-early 2025 which will add an additional 150 seats.
The Oak Creek Lions Den will also be available to rent out for small to medium sized gatherings such as showers, birthdays, retirements, etc. For more information please contact the Oak Creek Community Center.
St Paddy's Day Party
Sunday March 17th at the Oak Creek Community Center
Brewers Opening Day Watch Party
Thursday March 28th at the Oak Creek Community Center
Register Here: https://oakcreeklions.com/event-5543144
Download Flyer Here: https://oakcreeklions.com/resources/Documents/BrewersOpeningDayFlyer2_2024.pdf
All Lion's clubs, regardless of where they are located, are focused on 6 Global Causes as directed by Lion's Club International. These 6 Global Causes are:
We serve to reduce the prevalence of diabetes and improve quality of life for those diagnosed.
We serve to prevent avoidable blindness and improve quality of life for people who are blind and visually impaired.
We serve to ensure all community members have access to nutritious foods.
We serve to sustainably protect and restore our environment to improve the well-being of all communities.
We serve to provide support for the needs of children and families affected by childhood cancer through impactful service activities.
We serve to improve access to quality education, vital health services, and positive youth development for young people around the world.