Jung-Yul Choi

International President

John Harper

Past International Director

Analyn Reader

District Governor


We Serve

Lions Clubs International service areas are:

Vision, Diabetes, Environment, Hunger Relief and Pediatric Cancer.


Our Mission

To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions clubs.

Want to be a Lion?

Want to be a Lion?

With nearly 1.5 million Lions in more than 45,000 clubs in over 200 countries, we are the largest service organization in the world. If you are interested in learning more about joining us, click here.

The Purpose of Our Website

Our website is meant to provide information for Wyoming Lions and other interested individuals. Every effort is made by our team to keep this site current.

Other Clubs and members are invited to give details about activities and events and send these to webmaster Lion Dave Orr through liondave@lionsofwyoming.org. You may also phone at (307) 222-8460.

Meet Our District Governor Team


Analyn Reader

District Governor


Robin Walters​

1st Vice District Governor


PDG Gary Roadifer

2nd Vice District Governor


Craig Thompson

Immediate Past District Governor


PDG Gary Roadifer

Global Leadership Team Coordinator


PDG Lee McDonald

Global Membership Team Coordinator


Bonnie Harrison

Global Service Team Coordinator


PCC Jim Reynolds

District Secretary Treasurer


Glenda Reynolds

District Publications Chair

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Only Wyoming Lions will be allowed to access the directory. After your initial set up, you can access by clicking the button and using your email and personal password

We Serve: District 15 (Wyoming Lions) Newsletter

Important Forms

Important Forms

Click on the form name to view a pdf file of the form.

You may print these on your printer.

E-Post Card Form 990 - Should be filed by all clubs by November 1 each year.

PU- 101 - Officer reporting form. This should be filed by the Club Secretary after club elections in April or May each year. This may be done quite easily by using the MyLCI web site.

Recipes for Success document - A compilation of club activities put together by the Lions of Oregon. This is a great source of ideas for clubs looking for a new and different club activity.