Fayetteville Lions Club – 69th Annual Fayetteville Lions Club Auction (2019)
Auction Ends: Dec 7, 2019 05:00 PM CST

Auction Stats


Top Referrers

  1. Lion Volunteer2
  2. Mary Tomlinson1
  3. Tammy Smith1
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Top Bidders

  1. os16099aa$1,659
  2. cb9189903$772
  3. seaf7f9bf$328
  4. bayley01$311
  5. ScottBlues$309
  6. lsf37a4bf$277
  7. Gamgam14$266
  8. shde6bafb$235
  9. LionTammyRocks$228
  10. Chibbyjoe$223

Fayetteville Lions Club is getting ready to run an online auction fundraiser.

Starting on November 27, 2019, Fayetteville Lions Club will be auctioning off a number of fun and unique items to bid on to raise money for our organization - and the more items we have the more money we can raise, so we're asking for your help.

Show your support by clicking on the "Donate Items" button to contribute to our catalog.

Give a little and get a lot in return.
Whether you have 1 item or 100 to contribute, your participation is an invaluable part of our fundraising efforts. By donating an item or service directly online, you'll be helping to raise money for our organization, and you'll receive a mention on our site that can link back to your own web page.

Information about the Fayetteville Lions Club:

Fayetteville Lions Club was chartered on May 10, 1923 with 23 Members.  This year, the club celebrated its 95th Anniversary.  The Fayetteville Lions Club meets each Wednesday at noon at the Apple Blossom Brewing Company on East Zion Road in Fayetteville.

Last year our members logged over 6,500 hours in service to our community.  Through our Special Activities and the Fayetteville Arkansas Lions Foundation, members collected and spent over $16,000.  Approximately, $8,000 was spent locally for eye exams and eyeglasses serving approximately 180 individuals.  Additionally, our club sponsored 5 local patients who received cataract surgery in June at the Hamilton Eye Clinic in Memphis.We provided another $1,000 to Mid-South Lions Sight and Hearing Services to pay for eye surgeries in NW Arkansas.  Lions Diabetes Awareness and Service Center received $3,000 from our club to pay for diabetic supplies and medications for NWA patients: $1,000 was sent to Lions Clubs International Foundation to be used for world-wide disaster relief and $500 was given to World Services for the Blind to support their retraining programs.  Other activities supported by Fayetteville Lions this year include: The Melvin Jones Foundation, National Camps for Blind Children and Boys and Girls State Programs.

Many of our members serve as certified screeners and have provided vision screening for children in multiple locations in NWA.  This past year 1,248 children were screened, with 151 referred to a vision specialist for follow-up.

All activities and accomplishments were made possible by Lions working together collectively to fulfill our motto: "WE SERVE"

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We would like to thank our sponsors....


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