February 18th (Saturday) – Adult Vision Clinic

Kingman Mohave Lions Club and Mohave Eye Center are partnering together to bring an adult vision clinic to Kingman residents. A $10 donation will allow participants to receive an eye exam and eyeglasses. (Some restrictions apply) Assistance given is by appointment only.

Applications are available on our website at www.kingmanlions.org and must be received no later than February 16, 2017.

Location:
Mohave Eye Center
1925 Florence Ave, Kingman, Arizona 86401

JANUARY 12th: 2017 Open House and Free IVH and Hep C Screening

 

Open House and Health Screening Flyer . . .(Printable PDF)

2017 Open House
& FREE
HIV & Hep C Screening
Come test and get results in 20 minutes!
Thursday, January 12
9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Stop by for refreshments, check out our comprehensive services and get Free Testing
NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY – NO AHCCCS NECESSARY
NO ENROLLMENT NECESSARY TO BE SCREENED!
This service is available to the general public ages 13 and over
All Screenings are Confidential
Come in & See the Southwest difference!

Southwest Behavioral & Health Services
2215 Hualapai Mountain Rd Suite H
For information call 928-753-9387

 

Andy Devine Days Parade – SATURDAY

Our club will be walking in the Andy Devine Days Parade on Saturday.  The parade starts at 10 a.m. so be there around 9:30.  Wear your Lions apparel.  As always, your family is welcome and encouraged to join us for the fun.    Look for Lion Jim’s classic pickup truck.  If you have trouble locating him at the parade, please feel free to call him at 928-716-7535.

Sepbember 15: Speaker: Angela Meek / Beacon of Hope Hospice. Also PAJAMA DRIVE

MEETING TIME: Thursday, September 15, 12:00 noon at Calico’s.

Fellow Lions, we have Angela Meek from Beacon of Hope Hospice. She is the Hospice Care Coordinator for the Kingman area. She will tell us all about the services they have to offer. Additionally her company is a doing a pajama drive for the Kingman Area to Abused Persons. They are in need of pajamas for the women and the children who have had to flee their homes due to abuse. The pajamas can be used or new. Lion Ada and I have already obtained a bagful of used pajamas. I would like to present them to her along with other pajamas. It would be a great way to serve our community. See you all there! If this is too short of notice for getting pajamas, I am sure we can get them to Angela in a few weeks.

Lion Tom

Tomorrow’s Speaker – Joyce Lucero from Western Arizona Council of Governments

Speaker for September 8th meeting at Calicos.

Fellow Lions:

We have Joyce Lucero from Western Arizona Council of Governments speaking on the services provided to our community. They provide mortgage assistance, counseling and other services to those who are in great need due to the threat of a loss of their housing or to those who have already lost their homes. They also provide utility assistance among other things. She is in the trenches helping out those who are in desperate need.

 

Lion Tom