Ocoee Lions Club

We serve. We are part of the world’s largest service club organization. We assist the sight and hearing impaired so they can fully participate in our community. We roll up our sleeves, and involve ourselves in our community through fundraisers and events.
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  • 2016 Lions Club Turkey Shoot Dates Announced

    Posted on October 19th, 2016 Ocoee Lions Club No comments

    Turkey Shoot SignThis year’s Ocoee Lions Club Turkey Shoots will be held on:
    October 22
    November 12
    December 10
    (All of them Saturdays).

    From 8 am to 4 pm (Sign-ups start @ 7:30 am)
    $3.50 per shot

    In the field at 881 Ocoee-Apopka Rd, south of the West Orange Girls Softball Complex. Look for the sign on the road.

    You bring your own shotgun. We provide the shells. We (usually) also have a house shotgun if you don’t have one.

    There will be a 50/50, a gun raffle and a concession stand. See you there!

    Proceeds go to the local and international charities the Club supports.

    For the uninitiated, this is shooting at paper targets. And one of our fundraisers. The winner of each round of ten shooters receives a frozen turkey or gift card.

  • Preparations Begin for 2016 Ocoee Christmas Parade

    Posted on September 29th, 2016 Ocoee Lions Club No comments

    Christmas ParadeThis year’s Ocoee Christmas Holiday Parade, presented by the Ocoee Lions Club in conjunction with the City of Ocoee, will run on Saturday December 3rd, starting at 1:00 in the afternoon.

    The Parade will start at the intersections of Maguire Road and Enterprise Street, and end at Municipal Lakefront Park at Ocoee City Hall.

    Lisa Arnold, Teacher of the Year for Ocoee Elementary School, has been named Grand Marshal of the Parade.

    Check back here or on our facebook page after the Parade for photos and video, when they become available. You’ll find news updates there too. Tag photos you take on Instagram. Use the hashtags #ocoeechristmasparade, #ocoeeflchristmasparade and/or #ocoeelionsclub.

    Rain date will be the next day, starting at 1:00 in the afternoon.

    For those of you who plan to enter floats, marchers, walkers, etc, please see the registration forms and lineup information below. There are two options to register–either a printable registration or an online registration page.

    Printable Registration Form
    Online Registration Form
    Parade Lineup Information for Participants

    For questions, contact Michael O’Halloran.

    And below are Parade route maps.
    Printable Ocoee Christmas Parade Route

    Parade Route in Google Maps

  • Ocoee Lions Club Golf Tournament is May 21st

    Posted on April 19th, 2016 Ocoee Lions Club No comments

    The Ocoee Lions Club 12th Annual Golf Tournament at Forest Lake Golf Course is scheduled for Saturday, May 21st. Come and play in the tournament individually or bring a team. We are also accepting hole sponsors and multiple hole sponsors. Entry deadline is May 18th, 2016. Remember, your contributions are tax deductible under 501(c)(3) guidelines. Profits raised will go to eyeglasses and hearing aides for Ocoee residents and to the other local and international charities the Club supports.
    Fees are:
    $80 Entry fee per person
    includes greens fee, cart,and lunch
    $300 Entry fee per foursome
    $150 Hole Sponsor
    Beverages will be available on the course
    Lunch and Prize Giveaway afterwards.
    For contacts, the registration form and for more information, click and print the Golf Tournament Flyer.

  • Lions Club Will Provide Health Fair

    Posted on April 10th, 2016 Ocoee Lions Club No comments

    blog-diabetes-screening-core-4The Ocoee Lions Club Presents its first “Giving Back to the Community” Health Fair. It will take place on Saturday, April 16, 2016, from 10 am to 3 pm. At the Ocoee Lions Clubhouse Location at 108 Taylor Street.

    We will be performing, free to the public:

    Diabetes Screening;
    Retina Screening;
    Hearing Tests;
    and providing Eye Health and Nutrition Information.

    Come join us for this event as “We Serve” you.
    Printable Flyer

    About the Ocoee Lions Club:

    Since the Club’s chartering in 1948, its members have worked on a variety of projects in the local community, such as providing eyeglasses and hearing aids, organizing the Ocoee Christmas Parade and providing food baskets for those in need at Christmas. Proceeds from past fundraising events have gone to the West Orange Girls Club, the Boy Scouts, S.T.A.R.S., Haiti relief, and Leader Dogs for the Blind, to name a few. The Club is currently preparing for its fall fundraising events.

    The Ocoee Lions Club has 33 members and meets on every second Monday at 7 pm at 108 Taylor Street. Lions Clubs are a group of men and women who identify needs within the community and work together to fulfill those needs.

    Lions Clubs International is the world’s largest service club organization with nearly 1.4 million members and approximatley 46,000 Clubs in 193 countries and geographical areas throughtout the world. Since 1917, Lions clubs have aided the blind and visually impaired and made a strong committment to community service and serving youth throughout the world.