West Milwaukee Lions Club


We welcome men and women who value service to and in our community and the rewards of friendship and camaraderie that come with that involvement.


The Club was founded on October 28th 1937 by a group of civic-minded men to help residents in the West Milwaukee area.  The same desire that the founders had in helping the residents in our community continues just as strong in our current membership.  The Club donates scholarships for area high school students and also donates to various community and blind work organizations.  Pershing School students and residents with special needs have also been helped. The West Milwaukee Lions Club is the only charitable community service organization serving the residents of West Milwaukee.




Why should

I become a Lion?



Excited about becoming a member?


You become a Lion by invitation from the West Milwaukee Lions Club. 

 To be considered for membership, first arrange a Club Visit to meet the members of The West Milwaukee Lions Club. Tell us you are considering membership and want to attend a meeting to learn more. Then, request a Membership Application from our Club.  Send the completed Membership Application directly to the West Milwaukee Lions Club. 


Find out more about what Lions do. Read the publications, We Serve (ME4), I am a Lion (ME37), Look at Lions Now (PR770) and Lions…People Just Like You (ME26) at www.lionsclubs.org


West Milwaukee Lions are involved in or support these projects:

We Meet at 7:00 PM on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month at Kegel’s Inn, 59th at National.


Call Lion John Stalewski

For more information


·        Pancake Breakfast

·        College Scholarship Awards

·        West Milwaukee National Night Out

·        Eyeglass and Hearing Aid Recycling

·        Vision Forward (Formerly the Badger Association)

·        Wisconsin Lions Camp

·        Wisconsin Lions Foundation

·        Lions Club International Foundation

·        Other Lions and Local Charities and Causes