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When do the Lions Meet?

The San Tan Lions Club meets every 2nd and 4th Tuesday at the Pinal County Sheriff's Office Community Room on Ironwood and Ocotillo.

Notice: Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, meetings will likely be moved to be exclusively online. Details of how this will work and how those who are not members can take part will be announced as they are determined.

Notice: Meetings for April 14, April 28, May 12, May 26, October 23, October 27, November 10, and November 24 will be either relocated or rescheduled due to conflicts with community room usage at the sheriff's office.


Helping People See

The San Tan Lions Club is committed to help people see all around the world. We collect glasses to help recycle them and give to those who need them.

Leo Clubs

Opportunity for Youth

Students at Poston Butte High School can join the San Tan Valley Alpha Leo Club in order to gain community service hours, as well as learning Leadership, gaining Experience, and taking on Opportunity. The San Tan Valley Alpha Leo Club is primarily working to get people to recycle.

Community Service

Bringing People Together

Our Motto is "We Serve". We're here to serve people in need in San Tan Valley. This is the commitment all our members are here to take part in.

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