Our Meetings

We are a luncheon club that meets every Wednesday at noon:

PoFolks
650 Boll Weevil Circle
Enterprise, AL 36330
334-393-8999

Visitors welcome.

What's New

With the completion of the Wounded Warrior Retreat cabin, the next phase is to construct a handicap accessible boat dock at East Beach of Lake Tholocco, Fort Rucker, Alabama.  

Thanks to all the support of the Enterprise and Fort Rucker communities, the fully ADA-compliant cabin at Lake Tholocco is complete. 

Click here to see video of the beginning of this amazing project.

 

The Wounded Warrior Retreat by the Lake was officially opened for overnight stays following a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018. The cabin is available for use by injured and ill veterans and their families on East Beach at Lake Tholocco, Fort Rucker, Alabama. 

The Wiregrass Wounded Veterans Committee (WWVC) could use your help to continue to maintain this for present and future generations of heroes to enjoy the great outdoor living.

Thank you for your generous support!

 

You can also donate to the maintenance of this cabin at GoFundMe

 

Lions Scholarship Information

The Lions Scholarship for 2018 has been awarded.

The Lions Club Scholarship this year goes to:

Anna Beth Payne

Congratulations to Anna

Congratulations to all the applicants. You were all well qualified.

This is a testament to the excellence of the Enterprise School System.

 

 BEST RIDE EVER

The Boll Weevil 100

Bike Ride and 10k Run

Registration for May 2019 Ride and Run will open soon. Please check back.

CLICK HERE TO SEE PAST REGISTRATION INFORMATION

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Lions and Club History

Charter

WHAT IS THE LIONS CLUB?

Lions are men and women who volunteer their time to humanitarian causes in their local and world communities. By conducting service projects and raising funds, Lions strive to help those in need wherever need exists. The Lions’ motto is "WE SERVE."

In 1925, Helen Keller addressed the Lions at their annual international convention, challenging them to become "Knights of the blind in the crusade against darkness." Since that time, service to the blind and visually impaired has become one of the association’s most significant activities. That crusade has resulted in the establishment of SIGHTFIRST, a global sight loss prevention program.

In addition, Lions participate in service activities emphasizing diabetes awareness, education, and research; work with the physically and mentally impaired; environmental issues; community welfare; international understanding; and youth.

The association was founded in Chicago, Illinois, USA, in 1917. Although the youngest major service club organization, Lions Clubs International has grown to be the world’s largest. Its 1.5 million members belong to over 43,000 clubs in 185 countries and geographical locations. Lions Clubs International is headquartered in Oak Brook, Illinois, USA.

 

To the Lions, "WE SERVE" is not only a motto, but a definition and a philosophy.


Enterprise Lion's Club Charter July 7th, 1944

Original Charter Members

R.W. Andrews

D.H. Bishop

Howard W. Brooks

Floyd Bufner

Edwin Cain

John P. Chancey

G.S. Cooper

W.A. Edwards

E.A. Feagan

J.R. Goodson

Lester C. Gunter

D.H. James

Joe Jernigan

C.F. Jones

Ed C. Kearney, Jr.

H.T. King

Clayton Kirkland

B.W. Knight

J.C. McLaney

W.B. Manning

S. Ray Metcalf

E. Cal Minkley

Homer Moates

T.D. Nichols

Sam Paschal

Roy T. Rhodes

Adolph Sawyer

Carnegie Thomas

Sam B. Whigham

W.P. Wilkerson