Welcome Kelsey and Jamie!
At our April meeting, the Holmen Lions Club welcomed
Kelsey Matula and Jamie Schloegel from the Family and Children's Center of
La Crosse. They spoke to us about April Child Abuse Prevention Month and
the programs that FCC has available for at-risk families and children.
Welcome To The Online
Home Of The Holmen Lions Club!
The Holmen Lions are a dedicated
group of community leaders helping the Holmen area through local projects
and international goals set by Lions International. From our annual
Spaghetti Dinner to the Kornfest Parade and Car Show to ringing the
Salvation Army's kettle bells at the Holidays, you're sure to find a Lions
Club Member nearby ready to pitch in and give their time and energy to
We're ready to take your
application for the 2016 Holmen Lions Kornfest Parade!
Get the details and a Parade Application
About Lions International And
organization was founded in Chicago, Illinois in 1917 by Melvin Jones.
At the present time there are over 1,500,000 members in more than 44,500
clubs in over 186 countries and geographical areas.
International serves people throughout the world. Globally, Lions
clubs are known for their commitment to blindness prevention. They
Dogs for the blind in Rochester, Michigan. This program provides guide
dogs to visually impaired people, FREE OF CHARGE!
only to the Lions' devotion to aiding the blind and visually impaired is a
dedication to serving young people. The Lions-Quest program
teaches Skills for
targets character development, alcohol and drug prevention,
service-learning, academic achievement, violence prevention, and much
ALL MONIES raised
by Lions Clubs goes back into the communities to support international and
local programs. Locally, the biggest fund raising project of
the Holmen Lions Club is their Car Show and Parade in August. This is run
in conjunction with Corn Fest. Not
One Dime of any money raised goes into administration expenses, it is all
given back to worthy causes.