About the Burleson Lions Club
The Burleson Lions Club was founded in 1945. It is one of over 46,600 clubs in Lions Clubs International and is a member of District 2-E2 in Texas. Members have served the Burleson community for over 68 years. Club meetings are at 11:45 a.m. on the second and fourth Wednesdays of most months at First United Methodist Church, 590 NE McAlister Rd.
The motto of the Burleson Lions Club is "We Serve." The Burleson Lions Club encourages sight conservation and provides exams and eyeglasses for those who cannot afford them. There are also collection points throughout Burleson to collect used eyeglasses which are sent to other countries. There the used eyeglasses are matched to people who need eyeglasses.
The Burleson Lions Club supports the Texas Lions Camp in Kerrville, TX, and the Texas Lions Foundation. Each year scholarships are awarded to graduating High School Seniors by the Burleson Lions Club.
Members of the Burleson Lions Club are active in the community, volunteering for The Annual Independence Day Parade, through our Chef's Kitchen project and at White Cane Days in April and October which support the Lions Organ & Eye Bank for organ transplants and by ringing the bells for The Salvation Army at Christmas.
Burleson Lions Club is a member of Lions Clubs International, Lions District 2E-2 and supports the Texas Lions Camp in Kerrville, Texas. It is completely non-sectarian, and does not endorse or support any political candidate or religion. History of the Burleson Lions Club
If you are a High School student with a desire to serve the community, earn volunteer service hours and associate with adult Lions, contact the Burleson Lions Club.
The Leo Club is under the direction of Lion Philo Waters, formerly the principal at Brock Elementary School. To find out how to become a Leo Club member, email Philo Waters or ask Centennial High School principal Lance Campbell. For more information on the Leo Club program visit the Burleson Leo Club page.
Revised Parade Map for download