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The Oscoda Lions Club is comprised of individuals from all walks of life who have the common goal of SERVICE to the blind, the needy, and to the  community in general. In the following pages, take a good look at us, if you  like what you see, Please Contact us.

  Chartered October 3,  1963 

Meetings on the 2nd and 4th  Thursdays  at 6pm

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111 E Dwight St, Oscoda, Michigan 48750, United States

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Who We Are


The Beginning

The Beginning

The Beginning

The Lions Clubs trace their beginnings to one man,  Melvin Jones, who in 1917 with the leaders of 23 independent service  clubs in Chicago,  formed an association known as the Lions Clubs. Three years later, in  1920, a Lions Club in downtown Detroit sponsored a Lions Club in  Windsor, Canada, thereby creating the International Association of Lions  Clubs.


Oscoda Lions

The Beginning

The Beginning

 The Oscoda Lions Club was formed in 1963 in Oscoda Township, Michigan, and was sponsored by the Tawas Lions Club. As such, the Oscoda Lions are a part of 43,000 clubs worldwide with over 1,417,000 members. To find out more about us keep scrolling down.



The Beginning


The Oscoda Lions Club currently has 60 members who are community minded. We are serving the community  of Oscoda Township in the northeast section of Michigan along Lake Huron.

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Our Team

Our amazing team of volunteers are committed to helping others. Think you would be a good fit? Contact us!


Our History

We've consistently grown since we chartered on October 3, 1953 all thanks to the helping hands of this amazing community! To learn more about The Lions Club International click on the button Find out more.


Lions Club Objectives

The general objectives of the Lions Clubs are as follows:  

To serve and assist the blind, and those among us who may be impaired due to a lack of sight.

To create and foster a spirit of understanding among the people of the world.

To promote the principle of good government and good citizenship.

To provide a forum for the open discussion of all matters of public  interest, provided, however, that partisan politics and sectarian religion shall not be debated by club members.

To take an active interest in the civic, cultural, social and moral welfare of the community.

To foster fellowship, friendship and understanding among its membership.

To encourage service-minded people to serve their community without personal  financial reward, and to promote high ethical standards in the community in both public and private endeavors

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