The Biggest Little Lions Club in Nevada
Since 1962


New time and place for
weekly breakfast meetings

Every Tuesday Morning
 7:30 a.m.
Starting 3-2-10

205 East Nugget Ave
Corner of I80/McCarran
Sparks, NV 89431

For Information Call
(775) 323-0110

Welcome to our local club website where we will do our best to keep you up-to-date on everything you need to know!

What Do Lions Do?
Lions raise funds and give their time freely to assist the less fortunate. Some Lions Club activities you may already be aware of  going on in your community:
  • Since 1925 when Helen Keller challenged the Lions to take up the cause of the visually impaired by becoming "Knights of the blind in the crusade against darkness," service to the blind has been one of Lionism's most significant activities. Recently this crusade has resulted in Lions Clubs throughout the world sponsoring Journeys for Sight in their communities. Participants work, jog, run and bicycle to raise funds for countless sights-related projects.

  • The Lions-Quest Skills for Adolescence program is teaching junior high school students to handle peer pressure and face the challenges of adolescence in a positive, healthy way.

  • Each summer young diabetes victims have the opportunity to spend time together at Lions-sponsored camps. The campers learn to independently manage their disease in a nurturing recreational atmosphere with peers and professionals who understand their problems. Lions also sponsor camp sessions for the blind, deaf and other physically disabled youngsters.

  • For more than 25-years, Lions International Youth Exchange has involved hundreds of thousands of Lions, host families and young people in cultural visits bringing together young and old alike from distant lands, established enduring friendships and promoted international tolerance and understanding.



Signage in Reno, NV on 5th Street, between Keystone and Vine

LIONS Organization

International Headquarters is located in Oak Brook, Illinois, USA. The association is governed by an International Board of Directors elected by Lions worldwide at their annual convention. More than 690 district governors assist in administering Lionism locally. Membership in a Lions Club is by invitation only.


Clubs meet at least twice a month and elect officers annually. The bonds of fellowship forged through club participation help members raise the funds needed to carry out their important local and worldwide service activities.


The Lions' motto is "WE SERVE". To the individual member, it is not only a motto, but also a definition and philosophy.

Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF)

LCIF receives grant applications from around the world. It disburses funds to deserving ventures that would otherwise be financially impossible.

Organization of Lions Clubs

Lions Clubs in the United States are divided into Districts with a governor as the head of each district. Sparks Greenbrae Lions Club, chartered March 24, 1962, is a member of a Zone with a Zone chairman which is part of a Region with a Regional chairman, and a member of District 46. Within this District are all of the clubs of Nevada and some in adjoining communities in California.

Sparks Greenbrae Lions was chartered in 1962 and meets every week in Sparks. Call 742-7334 or 323-0110 for more information to attend and join the world’s oldest service organization!

Sparks Greenbrae Lions sparkle at the Cabinet Meeting!

During the Fall Cabinet Meeting in Sparks, NV., DG Lia Versaevel presented the 45 year chevron to Lion Bob Capurro and the 30 year chevron to Lion Suraj Zutshi.

Lion Alan Snellbnaker is the District 46 Cabinet Secretary for 2012-13.

Medals of Merit, awarded for extensive community service, were presented to Bob Capurro, George Twaddle and Suraj Zutshi


Lion of the Year 2012-2013

Congratulations to Lion Shirley Hendrix!


Suraj Zutshi receiving the International President's Award for PDG Jack Epperson at Lovelock Cabinet Meeting on August 20, 2011. This the second highest award that a Lions member can receive.

"Awards are nice but not possible without the support of fellow Sparks Greenbrae members who provide so many opportunities to help the community and fellow citizens."


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Last Updated 07/08/2013

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