We provide assistance to those in need in our community and assist with the mission of sight: collecting eye glasses and providing eye services to those in need in South St. Louis County.
As a service organization, the Mehlville Lions Club donates to worthy organizations to help meet the needs of the residents in our community. Joining our organization can give you the opportunity to give back to those in need.
Our Mission:
To be the global leader in community and humanitarian service.
To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions clubs. 
Our Impact:
When it comes to meeting challenges, our response is simple:
We serve. Our volunteer projects unite Lions around the world and our work is unconditional.
Our volunteer projects aren't limited by continents or restricted to certain causes.
Lions help wherever, whenever and however we can.
Our efforts add up and change lives.

Mehlville Lions Club History

  • First organizational meeting held April 29, 1969 at 7:30 pm, Mark Twain South County Bank, South County Centerway at Lemay Ferry Road. 
  • Second meeting held on May 13, 1969 at same location.
  • Officially organized May 20, 1969. Robert L. Orf was elected as president.
  • Charted on August 16, 1969 with ceremonies being help at the Biltmore Country Club, Highway 30, Fenton, Missouri. International Charter presented by then District 26 Governor, Lion Don Gilbert.
  • Meeting dates were set for 7 pm on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month.
  • When chartered, the official boundaries were NORTH to Will Avenue, EAST to Telegraph Road, SOUTH to Meramec River, WEST to East Concord Road.
  • Mehlville Lions Club was chartered in Region 2, Zone 3 of District 26. Lions International Club Number: 009880, I.D. 1570
  • Charter Night Chairman, Lion Bryant, was elected to make arrangements for presentation on the Mehlville Lions Club Official Charter.
  • Sponsoring Lions Club was the Concord Village Lions. Lions Les Creclius and Herb Kehres were Guiding Lions, attending each of the Mehlville Lions Club Meeting for the first year.