The Visalia Host Lions Club meets each Friday at Noon
At Left of Center in Downtown Visalia.
Our meetings normally last an hour and a half. 

April 16, 2021 Meeting

New President Lion Aaron with first lady Lion Betty and treasurer Lion Karen at our July 2 meeting.

The Visalia Host Lions recently awarded two scholarships to local high school students.

Scholarship winner Distiny ortez

Golden West senior Destiny Ortiz is the recipient of Visalia Host Lions’ annual scholarship. She has consistently shown her commitment to Community Service in the last four years by volunteering in numerous school, church, non-profit and charitable organizations. She has maintained a 4.0 grade point average all four years and participated in numerous campus clubs. The scholarship will go toward her career aspirations to be a physician.

Madison Tamayo

A recipient of a $1000 scholarship is Madison Tamayo. 

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Read Our Newsletters

ROAR Newsletter for September 10, 2021

The September 10th meeting began with the Pledge of Allegiance led by Lion Tony Loliva.  President Aaron Odell asked Pat Harrison to lead his fellow Lions in song, and Pete Sherwood to perform the invocation.   President Aaron shared that the Club hopes to be selling...

Roar Newsletter for September 3, 2021

Roar Newsletter for September 3, 2021

Past District Governor Al Kroll gives us information on the Fresno Hoast Lions 100/101-anniversary party. Lion Kim from Charter Oak has $5 happy bucks. Lion President Aaron lead our meeting today and called on Lion Dee to sing our song, God Bless America. He also...

ROAR Newsletter for August 27, 2021

President Aaron Odell opened the meeting by asking Lion Karen McVaigh to lead Club members in the flag salute.  Jeff Meader performed the invocation, and Bob Line led his fellow Lions in song. Lion Bob Line won the coveted "no-fine" badge. Announcements Karen McVaigh...

The first of Visalia’s six Lions clubs, the Visalia Host began in 1926 and has a rich history in the community.  With the Lions motto of “We Serve” the club has helped the Visalia community in so many ways over the years., giving to organizations and individuals in our community.