THE DEXTER LIONS CLUB
Dexter Lions Club
PO Box 102
Dexter, MI 48130
Welcome to the Dexter Lions Website!
The Dexter Lions hold their regular membership meetings on the first and third Thursday of each month. Meetings are held at the Riverview Cafe on Main Street in Dexter starting at
6:45 p.m. with dinner and then the business is done afterwards.
The Board meetings are held on the second Thursday of each
month at DAPCO in the Industrial Park beginning at 7:00 p.m.
2023 Membership Meetings
The Dexter Lions will begin holding their Membership Meetings from January,2023-April, 2023 at the Riverview Cafe on Main Street in Dexter. The meetings will start at 6:45 p.m. The membership meetings
usually have a good turnout of 22-30 members at each meeting.
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Nov 25th - Christmas Tree lot opens
Opens Friday November 25th at 9am.
We have trees 4' to 11'. We sell Scotch Pine. Fraser Fir, Douglas Fir, Canaan Fir and Blue Spruce.
This is the 42nd year the Dexter Lions have sold Christmas Trees. We have for sale over 1100 trees and sell wreaths roping and tree stands.
Hours are Saturday and Sunday 9am-8pm. Monday- Friday 2pm-8pm.
Location - Creekside School - Baker Road
Dexter Lions well help you pick your tree, bail, trim and load your tree.
In The Community
Welcome to the Dexter Lions. We are a community service group who volunteer our time to help others and have fun doing it! The Lions are comprised of men, women, and couples in the Dexter area who presently range in age from 18 to 90 years old. The Dexter Lions Club is a group of service-minded citizens who are interested in doing volunteer work to improve their communities. To become a Lion is to become an active volunteer, a member of a respected international organization, a leader in your community and a friend to people in need.
The local and international Lions are dedicated to be Knights Of The Blind as charged by Helen Keller early in the 20th century. Diabetes, drug awareness and children's programs are a big part of the Lions Club interests as well.
The Dexter Lions first responsibility is to our local community. Yet we have enough resources to support state, national & international activities. Being a member of the Dexter Lions Club is a personal commitment each of us makes with great pride.
2022 DEXTER LIONS HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLORSHIPS
This year, the Dexter Lions awarded 4- $ 1500.00 scholarships and 1-$500.00 scholarship. The 2022
recipients were: Morgan Marsh ,Elise Manly, Emma Rhizal , Lindsey Vantine, and Christopher Short. Each
of the Dexter High School Seniors received their scholarship check in May 2022. The Dexter Lions
have awarded just over $ 187,000.00 in scholarships to Dexter High School Seniors since 1985.
Scholarship Applications for 2023 will be available in the Dexter High School Counseling Office beginning
on March 1, 2023. The Dexter Lions will award Three(3)- $1500.00 Scholarships for 2023.
The Dexter Lions Club is pleased to welcome our 2022-23 Officers and Board members!
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2022-2023 DEXTER LIONS OFFICERS & BOARD MEMBER
2022 DEXTER LIONS MEMBERSHIP MEETINGS
The Dexter Lions will hold their membership meetings for June, July and August at DAPCO. DAPCO is located in the Industrial Park off Dan Hoey Rd.
(2500 E. Bishop Circle) Please enter the back door from the parking lot and turn right into the cafeteria. These meetings will be a pizza and salad meal which will be the first meeting of each month. The second meeting for June will be on June 26th which is the Installation and Awards
program at the Dexter American Legion. The second meeting in July (July 21st
is the Annual Dexter Lions Steak Fry) and the second meeting in August is the Family picnic on August 18.
Thank you for your interest in becoming a Lion.
Lions meet the needs of local communities and the world. Our 1.36 million members – who perform community service in over 200 countries and geographic areas – are different in many ways, but share a core belief: community is what we make it. Our members are a network of individual clubs united in helping others and improving their communities.