The Bryan Noon Lions Club has been in existence, serving the local community, since 1923. Almost 100 years of continuous operation through the depression, wars, political and economic turmoil—through lean times and times of plenty. The members of Bryan Noon Lions are men and women who have one goal—to serve. One thing that we all agree on is that we have all been extremely blessed with much, and that we feel compelled to help those who have less.
Some of the organizations that have benefitted from annual gifts from the Club include the Brazos Valley Food Bank, Scotty’s House, Health for All, Twin City Mission, Habitat for Humanity, Elder Aid, Wine to Water, Still Creek Ranch, Boys and Girls Club, the Blue Angel Program of the Bryan Police Department, The Bridge Ministries and many others. In addition, the Club contributes annually to several Lions charities, such as the Texas Lions Camp, the Lone Star Eye Bank, the Lions Leader Dog for the Blind, Lions World Services for the Blind, and the Lions International Foundation which provides funding for emergency relief efforts around the world.
A few months ago we partnered with CHI St. Joseph’s Pediatrics in Bryan to provide a diabetic education tool called “Jerry Bear” for their childhood diabetic patients. These bears teach children how to manage their disease.
We’re always looking for folks to join us. Are you interested in serving and helping those less fortunate in our community? We invite you to attend a meeting and see what we’re about. We would love to get to know you and put your abilities and strengths to good use.