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Our Lions Club meets at the LA VILLA Restaurant, 8109 Timberlake Rd., with Social Hour at 6:30pm, and the meeting to start at 7:00pm.

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2017/2018 Officers & Members:

Pat Mullett
1st Vice President:
Helen Mueller
2nd Vice President:
Bob Jenks
Brenda Torre
Nadine Short
Past President:
John Thilking
Board Member:
Ken Horton
Ron Short
Jeff St. John
Bill Wilson
Membership Chair:
Paula Mills
Lion Tamer:
Lee Spradlin
Tail Twister:
PDG Ray Mueller
Ron Cheatham
Helen Dudley
Bill Hadden
Mitch Sr. Hooper
Eleanor Huntley
Carolyn McCartney
Mac McGlothlin
Bob Morrison
Wade Parker
Carolyn Phelps
Frank Whitten
Terry Wood
Rusty Wood
Gary Woodson

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Lynchburg, VA  

Lions Brooms for Sale

Brooms are always for sale at our fund fundraisers. We sell the large patio broom, the lighter purple handle broom and the Hearth broom. If you would like to buy one you can contact any Lion’s club member for a broom.

We also have brooms available at all times at the following locations:

  • Kwik As A Wink Cleaners in the Fort Hill Shopping Center
  • A Plus Barber Shop in the Waterlick Shopping Center
  • Lynchburg Computers on Timberlake

    FREE Vision & Screenings

    Do you have a group or event coming up? If so, we would love to set up a time to do sight and hearing screenings. If interested, please contact Bill Wilson or any lion club member for more information and available dates and times.

    2018-2019 Installation of Officers and Board

    A great time was had by all at this year’s installation dinner on April 19th at LaVilla Restaurant. Ann Ragland the District Governor preformed the swearing in of the board and offices with Candy. What a great way to do it.

    Eyeglass recycling by the zone

    The one came together for a fun day of scoring eyeglasses that have been donated. The celebrated by having Chick-fil-a lunches. Zone chair, Lion Helen reported that 1,253 eyeglasses were scored by 18 Lions and 1 Mom representing 6 of the 7 zone clubs volunteering over 60 hours of time.

    Lion Pat receives award

    Lion Pat Mullett received an award for having 2 new members join the Brookville-Timberlake Lion Club.

    Congratulation Pat

    Tab, tabs, everywhere

    One of the very great things to do as a Lion is to help others. In keeping with this philosophy, Lion Bob Jenks is collecting can tabs. So if you open a can of pop, a can of soup or even a can of pet food, be sure to save the tab on top of the lid and when you have a number of them, give to Lion Bob.

    All tabs are being donated to the Ronald McDonald house in Roanoke where they turn them in for money to help the kids and families at the Ronald McDonald house. Keep on saving them. Here is a picture of just a small portion of the total tabs already donated.

    Delivering Toys

    Thanks to Lions Paula, Lee. Jeff and Bill for delivering toys to the Domestic Violence Shelter and Jubilee Family Center

    This is such an important way to help our community.

    Also thanks to Lion Lee for taking the pictures and sending them to me so I could put on the web.

    Help The Toy Collection

    The Brookville-Timberlake Lions Club has received its first donations for our 2017 toy collection. The toy collection is an on-going club project and we are in our 2nd year of this project. Last year we collected enough toys to serve 7 agencies including Gleaning For the World, Jubilee Center, The Boys and Girls Club, Salvation Army Shelter, The Angel Tree, and the Marines. This year we are also hoping to serve some group homes and adult agencies.

    We need both new and gently used toys for this project. Please consider making a ‘Christmas in July’ (or August or September) donation by purchasing an educational toy. Walmart, Toys Are Us, and other local stores carry many reasonable priced education toys. Please let grandchildren, neighbors, local scout troops, and members of your church know that we are collection toys for distribution by our Lions Club. Look around your house – Do you have family movies, a baseball glove, a badminton set, binoculars, books (books on animals, places in the world, computers, etc.) that you no longer need and would like to donate to a good cause? These items do not need to be new and I would be glad to do the cleaning. Toys can be brought to our Lions Club meetings, dropped at my house, or I can arrange to pick them up.

    Thank you for all the help given by all of you with the toy collection for 2016. Thank you Lions for your generous help again this year.

    Lion Paula Mills Phone 434-845-2244

    Club Activities

    Lion President Pat Mullett stated that this year we will focus on our motto ‘WE SERVE’ in helping out with various things in the community. A few are:
  • (1) More free vision and hearing screening
  • (2) Collection of can tabs
  • (3) Toiletries for the needy
  • (4) Tactile quilts for newborns to 2 year old blind children
  • (5) Toy collections
  • Please help with these and other efforts for our community.

  • How Do You Join Lions?

    Lions Club Membership is by Invitation Only. If you know someone in a Lions Club, tell them that you are interested in becoming a member, and ask what you should do.

    The Lions Member should invite you to a dinner meeting of the Club, where you can meet the members, and have a free meal. If you are still interested in joining, your Lion friend will provide you with an application to be filled out.

    When the application is filled out, give it back to your Lion friend, and he will sponsor you as a member. The application is given to the Board of Directors for approval, and that's it.

    You will receive Lions Orientation, and then be inducted into membership. If you don't have any Lion friends that you know of, call:


    Leave a message, and someone will call you back to talk to you about Lions.

    Eyeglass Recycling Center in Farmville

    Brookville Timberlake Lions delivered glasses to the Farmville Eyeglass Recycling Center for scoring and sorting of eyeglasses to be used as needed at other Health Fairs around the world.

    The Brookville Timberlake Lions schedule the 4th Saturday of the month to deliver the glasses that are collected during the month, and to work at the Recycling Center in Farmville.

    Dates to Remember

    • July 19 – Club meeting at Lions Pat house – 6 PM
    • Korean War Ended (1953)
    • July 27 or 28 – Picnic at The Summit with Bill Hadden
    • July 28 – 1st Cabinet Meeting
    • July 28 – World War 1 Began (1914)
    • Aug 1 – Air Force Day
    • Aug 2 – Club meeting at LaVilla
    • Aug 4 – U.S. Coast Guard Established (1790)
    • Aug 7 – Vietnam War Began (1964)
    • Aug 9 – Board meeting at Pat Mullett’s house at 6 PM
    • Aug 16 – Club meeting at LaVilla
    • Aug 20 – Discovery Day
    • Sept 3 – Labor Day
    • Sept 6 – Club meeting at LaVilla
    • Sept 9 – National Grandparents Day
    • Sept 13 – Board meeting at Pat Mullett’s house at 6 PM
    • Sept 17 – Contitution and Citizenship Day
    • Sept 18 – U.S. Air Force Established (1947)
    • Sept 20 – Club meeting at LaVilla
    • Sept 21 – UN International Day of Peace
    • Sept 21 – POW/MIA Recognition Day
    • Sept 23 – Autumn Begins
    • Oct 4 – Club meeting at LaVilla
    • Oct 7 – Afghanistan War Began (2001)
    • Oct 8 – Columbus Day observed
    • Oct 11 – Board meeting at Pat Mullett’s house at 6 PM
    • Oct 12 – Columbus Day actual
    • Oct 13 – U.S. Navy Established (1775)
    • Oct 16 – Bosses Day
    • Oct 18 – Club meeting at LaVilla
    • Oct 23 – Grenada Campaign Began (1983)
    • Oct 24 – United Nations Day
    • Oct 31 – Halloween
    • Nov 1 – Club meeting at LaVilla
    • Nov 1 – All Saints Day
    • Nov 2 – All Souls Day
    • Nov 4 – Daylight Saving Time ends
    • Nov 6 – Election Day
    • Nov 8 – Board meeting at Pat Mullett’s house at 6 PM
    • Nov 10 – U.S. Marine Corps Established (1775)
    • Nov 11 – Veterans Day
    • Nov 15 – Club meeting at La Villa
    • Nov 22 – Thanksgiving Day
    • Dec 2 – Advent
    • Dec 5 – Somalia Campaign Began (1992)
    • Dec 6 – Club meeting at LaVilla
    • Dec 7 – National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
    • Dec 8 – War Declared on Japan (1941)
    • Dec 10 – Human Rights Day
    • Dec 11 – Germany and Italy Declared War on U.S. (1941)
    • Dec 13 – Board meeting at TBD at 6 PM
    • Dec 20 – Club meeting at LaVilla
    • Dec 20 - Panama Campaign Began (1989)
    • Dec 21 – Winter Begins
    • Dec 24 – Christmas Eve ,Li> Dec 25 – Christmas Day
    • Dec 31 – New Year’s Eve


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    Lion Jeff Caddis, District Governor for 24 I , 2018/2019

    P.O. Box 4051  •  Lynchburg, VA 24502
    phone: 434-515-2106

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