Accepting Members!

The Hamilton Lions Club is actively seeking new members to join our organization. We are a  dedicated service organization that aims to positively impact our community. When you join us, you will have the opportunity to engage in meaningful community service projects, network with like-minded individuals, and contribute to the betterment of Hamilton.

As a member of the Hamilton Lions Club, you will be part of a global network of Lions Clubs, known for their commitment to service and humanitarian efforts. Join us and you will have the chance to participate in various community initiatives like our fundraising events, participate in our famous bingo booth at our county fair, and much more!

Membership offers numerous benefits, including personal growth, leadership development, and the satisfaction of making a difference in the lives of others. Whether you are a seasoned volunteer or seeking community service for the first time, the Hamilton Lions Club welcomes individuals from all backgrounds and experiences.

To learn more about becoming a member,  contact us at (406) 363-3879.  We look forward to welcoming you to our dedicated team of service-minded individuals. Together, let’s make a positive impact on the Hamilton community!

Together we serve

Hamilton Lions Club

Potato Harvest!!

The Whitefish Lions Club harvested their last bit of produce from our organic garden this week.  We pulled up hundreds of pounds of yellow and purple potatoes as well as squash, zucchini and even some remaining tomatoes.  This garden was a huge success, providing hundreds of pounds of fresh, organic produce to our local food banks and land to hand programs.  The final step will be tilling the land and preparing the site for winter.  We are already getting ideas for next years garden and look forward to sharing it with the community.  

Big Brothers / Big Sisters Bowl for Kid’s Sake

Our Big Brothers / Big Sisters bowling team!

(l to r) Lion Dave Fowler, Lions Lori Stephens, Lion Tom Naegele, Lion Chris Siders

The club sponsored a bowling team for the BBBS Bowl for Kid’s Sake event and contributed $500 to the effort!

Grant Application Deadline December 1st, 2023


Contact: Gerald Frank






The Glendive Lions Club is excited to announce the continuation of its grant for the Glendive Community. Years ago, the Lions established a foundation and every year they invested a small portion of their fundraising money and personal donations into the foundation. The foundation has grown to the point where the Lions are now able to use some of the dividends to fund local needs and projects.


The Lions are inviting applications for the funding from community “not for profit” and 501(c)(3) organizations whose needs fit within one of three categories: 1) Community Health; 2) Local Needs, and 3) Local Youth Programs.


Approximately $6,600 is available for grants this year according to Lion President Jason Stuart. Stuart added, “the Glendive Community has supported the Lions Club in our fundraising efforts over the years and we are excited to return that support in the form of these grants.”


Under the guidance of Lion Member and Investment Advisor Representative, Melonie Beeler of Cetera Wealth Partners, the Foundation has consistently grown year after year. “For 19 years the Glendive Lions Club members have been actively involved in the analysis of their investment portfolio making regular contributions based on long term strategy. Their fiduciary dedication to build the endowment for the benefit of our community has been collaborative heroism,” Beeler said in response to her involvement with the Lions Club Foundation.


Applications can be picked up at the Glendive Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture at 808 N. Merrill Ave., or from Cetera in the C&J Building, 135 Highway 16, Building C, Glendive. Completed grant applications should be mailed to PO Box 366, Glendive, MT 59330. Grant applications must be postmarked no later than December 1, 2023. Anyone with grant questions can contact Jerry Frank at 406-989-1037.

Whitefish Lions Refurbishes Welcome to Whitefish Sign

The Whitefish Lions Club has restored the old “Welcome to Whitefish” sign that is located near the old North Valley Hospital.  You will now see the new sign in bright Bulldog colors as you head north on Hwy 93.  Big shout out to Hal and Ed for their woodworking skills in making this happen!

Calling all Leos!

The Glendive Lions Club is gearing back up the Leos Program for youth ages 13-18.  The Leos Club   To find out more information about when meetings and activities will start, call Lion Heather Eckert at (701) 260-7733 or check out:

“Leadership, Experience, Opportunity.” That’s what makes a Leo. Members of Leo clubs embody the best qualities of our incredible organization. They are devoted young people who realize the power of action. Together, Leos and Lions form a powerful partnership — one of mutual respect where Lions learn from the innovative insights of Leos, and where Leos gain access to the proven strategies of those who’ve successfully served the world for decades.