Denver Lions Events
Save the dates for upcoming Lion Events
  • September 13 – Club meeting at Maggiano’s 12-1:30 pm
  • September 27 - Club meeting at Maggiano’s 12-1:30 pm
  • September 28 – Denver Lions Foundation Meeting at Savio
  • October 4 - Sorting and bagging glasses for a mission trip to Liberia.
  • October 11 - Club meeting - Dinner meeting at 5:30
Meaning of the Lions Club logo
The Lion's board of directors approved logo design in April 1920. Melvin Jones explained its meaning. The emblem, Jones said, “represents a lion facing the past with pride and the future with confidence, looking in all directions to render service."
Mission Trip to Liberia
Denver Lions Eyesight Screening Campaign to Liberia. Susy and Steve Kinsky are organizing an eyesight screening campaign to Liberia from October 25 to November 5, 2022. They plan to collaborate with some former Peace Corps and also a Lions Club in Monrovia, Liberia and will conduct the campaigns in the towns of Kakata and the Gbarnga. If you think you might have some interest in this, please contact either Steve 303-263-3901 or Susie 720-628-4336.
Eyeglass Sorting and Packing for Mission
Special Mission Sorting of Eyeglasses: This eyeglass sorting is arranging and packing glasses for the mission trip to Liberia.
Event: Mission sorting and packing
Date: Tuesday, October 4
Time:  11am to 1:30pm
Location:  First Baptist Church 1373 Grant St Denver 80203
Lunch is included
CLICK HERE to view the Colorado Lions Newsletter.  Many articles on the great service projects around the state/
CLICK HERE to read the Lion Magazine from Lions International unbelievable service worldwide.
CLICK HERE to read District 6C newsletter
Speaker - Victim Advocate with City Attorney 9/27
Lynn Lowe, Senior Resource Navigator for the City and County of Denver, City Attorney's Office. As the Senior Resource Navigator, I work with victims 60 years and older of abuse, neglect, self-neglect, and financial exploitation.
I have worked as a Victim Advocate for approximately 13 years, with experience as a VA for the Englewood Police Department, Denver County Court Probation, and the City Attorney's Office. I was also a Probation Officer for 5 years on the Family Violence unit.  I am a Colorado native and I  have a B.A. in psychology from the University of Northern Colorado.  I am able to continue to do the work that I do with passion and compassion because I am a firm believer in prioritizing my family and self-care.
A Victim Advocate provides advocacy, peer support, and assistance to the victims, witnesses, and survivors of violent and non-violent crimes and assists with trial preparation and after the offender has either been found guilty or pled guilty to an offense and is sentenced to Probation or to the Department of Corrections.
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