Club News and Events

These are news items and announcements of Wyoming Lions Club projects and events.

Laramie Plains Lions 2024 Lake Hattie Fishing Derby

This is the Laramie Plains Lions major fund raising project each year.

The derby was held January 6 and 7, 2024. It was one of our most successful derby events ever.  Over 240 adults and 40 kids participated this year.

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Saratoga Lions skijoring races

February 2,3,4

Saratoga Lions Skijoring Races are scheduled for February 2nd., 3rd., and 4th., 2024 at the Lions Buck Springs arena. Friday the 2nd. is team registration, with races on Saturday and Sunday.

This is the 8th. annual race. There will be about 100 timed race runs per day and also 16 - 20 children's races.

A race consists of a skier being pulled by a horse and rider over a timed course which may have added rings to grab and jumps to negotiate. There are novice and experienced classes. Skiers and horse/riders may enter as a team or as individual contestants to be paired.

There are cash payouts and buckles for the winners in each class.

Food trucks and beer concessions are available.

Admission is $5 per person, children 12 and under are free.

Dogs must be contained in vehicles; no drones are allowed. If motel accommodations are needed, please reserve soon.

Kemmerer Lions induct 8 new members!

New members Jan 2024

The Kemmerer Lions inducted eight new members recently!! Pictured, in no particular order are:



Sheridan Sundowners, Big Horn and Story Lions

Join Forces for Black Friday Fundraiser

Yes, we are supposed to get up early for Black Friday Shopping, but 4:30 a.m. to get ready for a Pancake Breakfast? Sheridan Sundowners partnered with Big Horn Lions Club and Story Lions Club to put on a Pancake Breakfast at the Sheridan Honda and Power Sports from 7-9 a.m. on Friday, November 25, 2022. Seventeen members helped set up tables and griddles, cook, make coffee, take money, pour drinks, mix batter, and clean up. We visited with breakfast guests, and provided club information.

The event was proposed to the Sheridan Club by the new Sheridan Honda manager, Candice Crane, originally from Wisconsin. Candice wanted to kick off the day before holding a car and sports vehicle auction at 9:30. Sheridan Honda furnished all the food which included sausage, bacon, and eggs along with pancakes.

Profits from this event were earmarked for our Vision Screening account, and we set a goal of $500. Lion Leslea Rapp demonstrated and discussed our vision screening machine, and some information about how the vision screening works was broadcast while people ate.

We served around 68 people, and Sheridan Honda generously donated the balance to help us reach $500. We are looking forward to continuing this fundraiser on a yearly basis and are very glad to have a new sponsor in the Sheridan business community.