SCOTTS VALLEY HOST LIONS CLUB was formed in 1969. It was sponsored
by the EAST SANTA CRUZ LIONS CLUB. The Scotts Valley Host Lions
Club began with 30 members. Today the membership averages about
a LIONS CLUB is rewarding in many ways. The fellowships of our meetings
are only a part of what we have to offer. You will make many new
friends in the Scotts Valley area, but the most rewarding experience
are found in providing services to our community. Knowing that you
are helping those less fortunate than you is one of life's greatest
The Scotts Valley Host Lions meets at 6:30 pm on the second Tuesday of the month at the Scotts Valley Senior Center, 370 Kings Village Road. and on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm at Mollie's Country Cafe at 219 Mount Hermon Rd Ste F. We invite you to attend one of our meetings. Our meetings are open and Guests are welcome! Varied and interesting programs are scheduled for each of the
meetings. The guest speakers represent various businesses, groups,
and city and county government agencies as well as organizations
we sponsor. They keep our members informed and entertained. Our
meetings are open and Guests are welcome.
Board of Directors meet once a month, at the Scotts Valley Fire
Department, on Erba Lane. The meeting is held on the second Thursday
of the month, starting at 7:00pm. All members are encouraged to
attend. The Board of Directors vote on expenditures, schedule
activities, and consider new events. The Club meeting immediately
following the Board meeting is a business meeting. In lieu of
a guest speaker, the Board actions are discussed.
membership of the Club is comprised mainly of leaders in our community.
Our Club is comprised of men and women ranging from early 20's
and up. The membership is open to both men and women of all ages.
Our members come from all walks of life and represent a large
cross-section of retail, industry, services, and other professions.
in the Scotts Valley Host Lions Club allows a unique opportunity
to network with local business leaders, increasing your contacts
within the community and becoming more familiar with the services
they offer. It allows you to do business with a friend instead
of a complete stranger.