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See our Club Meetings page or the Calendar page for future meetings.

Next Member Meeting:
(usually 2nd Thursdays, but not in summer)
Social at 6:30pm, Dinner at 7:00pm
usually at Meyers Restaurant, 4260 So. 76th St, Greenfield, WI.
If you can't attend, call Bill Wymelenberg

Next Exec Board Meeting:
(usually 4th Wednesdays) starting at 7:00pm in the basement of the Greendale Health Department at 5650 Parking St, Greendale, WI
If you want to know more about what your club is doing, attend a Board meeting. All members are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Globally, the Lions are known as the "knights of the blind," focusing on programs and projects that serve the blind or visually impaired – or aim to eliminate preventable and reversible blindness. Even though serving the Blind is our main focus, we do participate in other health programs and projects, striving to carry out the vision of Melvin Jones, "You can't get very far until you start doing something for somebody else."

- The Greendale Lions Club has made contributions to support diabetes and Parkinson's disease awareness.
- The Greendale Lions also focus on hearing through contributions that serve the hearing impaired, by arranging screenings, recreational camps and hearing aid recycling programs for children and adults.
- Beyond the Deaf and Blind, The Greendale Lions have also strived to make contributions to organizations that provide care for children with disabilities such as Autism and Down Syndrome.
- We have also made contributions to other health organizations that provide care and research for Cancer patients and seniors who suffer from Alzheimer's disease.
- The Greendale Lions have contributed to The Smile Train, whose mission is focused on solving a single problem: cleft lip and palate.