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Patriot Project

Lions Patriot Project

Patriotism: Love for or devotion to one's country.

If there's one thing you can say about Lions, it's that we're patriotic. For decades, the Conway Noon Lions Club has opened our meetings with by having an invocation and reciting the Pledge of Allegiance to our flag.

On Independence Day in July of 2008, the Conway Noon Lions Club began a new fundraiser for the club, the Patriot Project.  We want to encourage our friends, neighbors, and local businesses to show their patriotism on every major national holiday during the year.

To support this effort, the Conway Noon Lions will mount and display the American Flag at the front of your business on each of these holidays for a subscription price of only $50 per year.  Our goal is to have every business in Conway flying Old Glory.  We provide the mounting hardware, bracket, and a quality flag...all you have to do is write the check.  It's that easy!

Scheduled Holidays:

January 3rd Monday Martin Luther King Day
February 3rd Monday President's Day
March/April Varies Easter Sunday
May Last Monday Memorial Day
June 14th Flag Day
July 4th Independence Day
September 1st Monday Labor Day
October 2nd Monday Columbus Day
November 2nd Monday Veterans Day
December 7th Pearl Harbor Day

To subscribe BY MAIL

Please remit completed form and payment to:
Conway Noon Lions Club
P.O. Box 367
Conway, AR 72033
Welcome to the Conway Noon Lions Club!

Brandy Mullins


Greetings from the Conway Noon Lions Club!

Welcome to our website!  I invite you to join us at one of our meetings at noon on Tuesdays at the Chinatown Restaurant.

The motto of Lions Club International is simple yet profound: “We Serve.”  We have fun and fellowship but our primary purpose is to serve those in the Faulkner County area.  We could use your help!  We hope you’ll join us.


When you become a Lion you are part of the largest service organization in the world. There are 1.3 Million men and women in over 200 countries who join hands to help the blind and visually impaired, and other service projects, to make life better for those less fortunate.

It is a joy for me to be part of our Conway Noon Lions Club that meets every Tuesday for food, fun, fellowship and a great program. For a sense of purpose and personal satisfaction that comes from serving and helping others, come join us!


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Join today!

Click HERE to see the rest of our 2013-2014 Leadership Team.

Weekly Meetings



Meal begins at 11:30 AM - Meeting begins at Noon


Chinatown Restaurant

Town Center Shopping Center

201 Skyline Drive (Hwy 65)




Here's just one of the ways we're helping our community...

Sight Assistance

We serve the Conway and Mayflower areas with assistance in receiving eyeglasses.  This service is available to both children and adults and is income-based.  If you live outside of these areas, please contact your local Lions Club for assistance.  A CLUB LOCATOR can be found on the Lions Clubs International website.

Need Eyeglasses?  Sight assistance is available!  Download the Application for Sight Assistance to get started.

Application for Sight Assistance [PDF]

Once you've filled out the application completely, mail to:

Conway Noon Lions Club

Attn:  Sight Chair

P.O. Box 367

Conway, AR  72033

Once the application has been processed, you'll be contacted by our Sight Chairperson with details on making an eye appointment, etc.  Please be patient, as this process takes some time to complete.

(If you need eye treatment or surgery to correct a more serious eye problem, help may be available through our partnership with Mid-South Lions Sight & Hearing Service in Memphis, TN.  A separate application is required for this service.  For assistance, please contact our club secretary by This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .)

Here's one way YOU can help...

Lions and Wal-Mart: USA Eyeglass Collection

Lions Clubs International is pleased to announce that it has entered into a collaborative agreement with Wal-Mart to collect used eyeglasses from the public at Wal-Mart and Sam's Club stores throughout the United States.

Co-branded eyeglass collection boxes, bearing both the LCI and Wal-Mart logos, are now available in the 2,500 Wal-Mart  stores, and 500 Sam's Clubs, with vision centers. These new boxes will replace existing Lions collection boxes currently in place at the specified stores with vision centers.  For Wal-Mart stores and Sam's Clubs without vision centers, existing Lions eyeglass collections will continue at the discretion of the store manager.

Wal-Mart will ship the collected eyeglasses to their distribution centers, where they will then be delivered to the nearest Lions Eyeglass Recycling Centers for sorting, cleaning and processing.

Usable glasses will be available for Lions Clubs as they help people in their local communities and other optical missions to developing nations, where the glasses will be dispensed to children and adults free of charge.  DONATE NOW!!

Lions/Walmart co-branded eyeglass collection box

Civic Clubs Announce Collaborative

Project for the City of Conway


A new sign greets those traveling west on Interstate 40 coming into Conway.  This project as a joint effort by the civic clubs in Conway as a way to welcome residents, visitors and other travelers to our community.  Ron Hill, a member of the Conway Kiwanis Club, spearheaded this project and played a key role in keeping it moving forward.

The following clubs or groups were instrumental in the planning and organization of this project:

  • Conway Mayor's office
  • Rik Sowell Architects
  • Conway Kiwanis Club
  • Conway Optimist Club
  • Conway Noon Lions Club
  • Conway Rotary Clubs
  • Knights of Columbus
Numerous local business leaders stepped up to provide building materials, supplies, skilled labor, planning, and professional services.

The first sign is located on a parcel of land adjacent to Interstate 40 near Tokusen USA on S. Amity Road.

A second sign will be constructed, at a later date, on the western end of town (also adjacent to I-40) at a site that has yet to be finalized.

Below is a rendering, provided by Rik Sowell Architects, of what the sign looks like.  They will make an impressive statement to all who visit Conway.  Each sign will stand roughly 20 feet wide and 22 feet high.

Thank you to everyone who has been involved in making this possible!