Williamsburg Host Lions Club


Other Lions clubs that they have sponsored include: Jamestown (1966/67), James City (1998), Gloucester (1948/49) and West Point (1941/42) The Jamestown and West Point clubs disbanded and gave up their charters many years ago.

 The Williamsburg Lady Lions Auxiliary, organized in 1948, was formed as an independent activity of spouses of Lions Members. Host Lions now has female members, the Lady Lions Club continues to fulfill the need for which it was originally organized and makes an important contribution to the community and our club.

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The Next Dinner Meeting Scheduled for June 6th @   7pm at the Holiday Inn on

​By-Pass road


June 2017

The next Board Meeting will be held on  12 June at the James City Recreation Center – at  7 pm This is a change from the normal meeting night


The Williamsburg Lions Club

Chartered in 1934 by a group of 20 men of diverse occupations and professions.  The club grew in its early years but its membership was reduced sharply by World War II,  Club membership peaked at 119 in 1955-56 and in recent years has remained at about 65-40.

The club changes its name to Williamsburg Host Lions Club on May 13, 2011.  This change was made after the club sponsored the New Town Lions Club which was the fifth club that they had sponsored. 

  • Our  Elected Officers of the Club for 2016 - 2017 are:

Lion Pat Kerr - President

Lion Bill Mershon- 1st VP

Lion John Dean -  2nd VP

Lion Leo Morrissette- 3rd VP

Lion Dudley Orr  -Secretary

Lion Jeff Jacobs - Membership

Lion Jack Jones - Lion  Tamer

Lion Bert Bull - Tail Twister

Lion Kim Miller - Admin Treasurer

Lion Doc Anderson - Social Media

Lions Clubs

Lions clubs are men and women who volunteer their time to humanitarian causes in their communities. By conducting service projects and raising funds, Lions strive to help those in need wherever need exists. The Lions Motto is "We Serve

Club meetings are held on the first and third Tuesdays of each month with social beginning at 6:30 pm and dinner served at 7:00 pm.  Currently dinner meetings are held at the Holiday Inn-Gateway on Bypass road, 

Club Meetings

Lions clubs serve their communities primarily by undertaking fund-raising projects and donating the proceeds to worthy causes.  In our club, the sight programs are our most active especially in providing eye examinations and eyeglasses to needy individuals

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