Leo’s Club Second Meeting

On Saturday, August 17, 2019, the Metro Leos Club had their second meeting.  This meeting was to finalize the number of students who had turned in their applications to President, Sarah Ross. 

Lions Clubs International requires a new Leos Club have a minimum of ten (10) applications to form the club.  As of Saturday, the Metro Leos Club had twenty-one (21). Fabulous job!

The next scheduled Leos Club meeting will be Saturday, September 7, 2019, at a location to be determined.


Leo’s Club Initial Meeting

July 20, 2019, was the initial meeting of the Metro Leo’s at Lost Pizza in Ridgeland, MS.  This particular Leos Club has been named Metro Leo’s to include Hinds, Madison and Rankin county high school students.  The minimum of ten (10) applications was surpassed before this meeting was held!  Future articles will include projects they have chosen.  We are proud of each and every one of them in this giant step in their lives.

               LIONS and LEO’s SERVE.

We are on a journey, by bringing kind-hearted people together to serve their communities is what Lions clubs are all about.  Lions see a problem and then take action to solve it.  Lions build relationships with their communities, with one another and with the people they serve.  And, as a result, everyone’s life is improved!


While each Lions club has its own service focus, there are five global causes of particular interest around the world.  These areas of need identified, and voted on, by members and supported by our assiciation and foundation.

The Lions’ Club of Madison Mississippi is a service organization of people from – no, not just Madison the City or the County – but from all over the Central Mississippi area. We are like-minded people dedicated to giving back to our communities, and we have chosen to do this through the Lions’ Club of Madison chapter of Lions’ Club International.

The Lions’ Club of Madison is involved in numerous different service projects to our communities. You can read more about these projects on our ABOUT page.

The photo at the left is of our 2018 “Heart of a Lion” award winner, Mr. Ken Hackman. We give this award each year to the person – NOT a member of the Lions Club – who most exemplifies the tradition of service to the community we aim to foster. 





2020 Schedule

Feb. 25th Greg Johnston-Madison & Mail Development March 10th Mike Flynt with MS Lions Eye Bank March 24th Meg...

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We are asked “How long has Lions Clubs been in existence and how far reaching are Lions Clubs?”  The image to the left will help answer those questions.  We don’t pat ourselves on the back after helping others, we remember and put into action our Lions Club’s Motto…


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If you would like to learn more about the Lions Club International, you can visit the Lions Club International website by clicking on the image to the right (or below on your smartphone).

If you would like to learn  more about our specific chapter in Madison, Mississippi, we would love to have you as a guest at one of our meetings, to get to know you, and to answer any questions you might have about what we do for our communities.

If you’d like to come to a meeting, please just let us know by telling us who you are on our CONTACT page (click here), and one of our members will get back with you right away.