Colleyville Lions Club Knights of Sight Golf Tournament

2019 Colleyville Lions Charity Scramble Golf Tournament- March 18th

Colleyville Lions Annual

Knights of Sight

Charity Scramble Golf Tournament

Held at Texas Star Golf Course
1400 Texas Star Parkway

4 Player Teams (Men or Women)
Box Lunch & Dinner Provided

Monday, March 18th, 2019 
Event Starts at 11:30
1:00 pm Shotgun Start


Golf Tournament Super Ticket

Come join the Colleyville Lions Club for our Annual Knights of Sight Golf Tournament at the Texas Star Golf Course in Euless.

Please make checks to: Colleyville Lions Club, 1313 Chatsworth Ct. East, Colleyville, TX 76034
or email to to ask questions of the Tournament Chairman, Vince Rosen.



On January 25, 2019 the Colleyville Lions handed monetary awards to the following organizations to support their endeavors:

Lions Organ and Eye Bank – Leader Dogs for the Blind – Computers for the Blind – Anchors for Life – Texas Lions Camp Counselor Scholarship Fund – Texas Lions Camp Buses – Texas Lions Foundation – World Services for the Blind – SNAP – Mid Cities Celebrity Chef SOS (Safe Haven) – Hope Farm – Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) – Sports Extravaganza – Eyeglass Recycling Center – God’s Country Kids – GCISD Food Pantry – Heritage Middle School Choir – Cross Timbers Middle School Choir – Colleyville Leo Club

Thanks to all of these organizations for the services they provide our community, our county, our state and our country.

Thanks to all the Colleyville Lions who made this happen – Our Motto -We Serve!


PEACE CONTEST (Nov. 15, 2018)

  • Theme: Kindness Matters
  • Ages: 11, 12 or 13 as of November 15, 2018
  • Prizes: (3 places; Gift Cards) $100, $75, $50
  • Requirements: hand done, greater than 12 x 20 in., smaller than 20 x 24 in., no mat or frame, no lettering or numbers, 2-dimensional only: capable of being rolled for mailing in a tube


  • Theme: The Dangers and or Consequences in the Use of Drugs or Tobacco
  • Divisions (4): Grades 3-4, 5-6, 7-9, 10-12
  • Prizes (3 places in each Division; Gift Cards); $100, $50, $25
  • Requirements: hand drawn (no cut and paste) on poster board, 14 x 22 inches only
  • Judging Criteria: quality, clarity, originality, spelling


  • Theme: Abuse, Addiction, and Recovery
  • Grades: Junior or Senior
  • Prizes (3 places; scholarships): $1,500*,  $1,000, $500
  • Requirements: 5 – 7 minute speech (text recited from memory)


  • Theme: Diabetes in Sports
  • Grades: Junior or Senior
  • Prizes (3 places; scholarships): $2,000*, $1,500, $1,000
  • Requirements: up to 1,500 words
  • Judging Criteria: content (60%), recitation (25%), English (15%)


  • Grades: Junior or Senior
  • Prizes (2 places; scholarships): $1,000*, $1,000
  • Requirements: biography, interview, transcript, 3 letters of recommendation, 750-1,000 word essay “Be the Change You Want to See in the World”
  • Judging Criteria: community service/leadership (35%), interview (30%), grade point (5%), letters of recommendation (15%), essay (15%)

* Winner advances to the State Contest on June 1, 2019 to compete for additional prizes



Join the Colleyville Lions on June 28, 2018 as they welcome and install 2018 – 2019 officers. Come to the Colleyville Community Center at 6:00 PM for the Reception and 7:00 PM for Dinner and the Program.




Cycles for life provides bicycles to children and adults who possess a disability such as: Spina Bifida, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, Partial Paralysis, Orthopedic Handicaps, Visual Impairment/Blindness, PTSD.
The bikes re completely customizable allowing for pedaling with one’s arms, one foot or two feet. The bikes are also designed to push a wheelchair or be pulled by a parent or friend. They are designed to grow as the child grows. They are sturdy an will last years/decades with good care.
Bikes provide exercise, freedom, autonomy and FUN – resulting in improved physical, mental and spiritual health.
The Colleyville Lions Club has bicycles available for special needs adults and children. If you know of anyone who would benefit from a specially designed bicycle, please contact Lion Mike Brown:


“One of the best Easter egg hunts in the
Dallas-Fort Worth area”

The Colleyville Lions Club Easter Egg or “Rabbit Hunt,” will be held once again this year at Delaney Vineyards, Grapevine, on Saturday, April 20th. An extravagant event for families, the fifth annual hunt will feature a variety of fun, thrilling activities for children to enjoy, along with appearances by Mr. & Mrs. Bunny, Peeps! It’s a wonderful time for all and a great way to start your holiday weekend.

If you want to kick off your family’s Easter celebrations before the big day, stop by the “Rabbit Hunt” Saturday, April 20, 2019. The exciting event is free and will take place from 12:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. Face painting, bounce houses, photos with the Easter Bunny, and live music will keep kids and adults entertained all day long. Free vision screenings will also be available for children, along with a number of great prizes for all age groups.

This amazing charity event benefits several Lions programs, including Texas Lions Camp, which provides a week-long camping experience for children with disabilities, the fifth annual “Rabbit Hunt” is a commendable Grapevine event provided by the Colleyville Lions Club. Easter Egg Hunt is free, tickets are on sale for food, photos with Mr. & Mrs. Bunny, and raffle items. Bring your family to Delaney Vineyards, located at 2000 Champagne Blvd, on Saturday, April 20th, to take part in all the festivities the event has to offer.

Saturday, April 20, 2019   From 12:00 – 4:00 PM

Delaney Vineyards

2000 Champagne Blvd. Grapevine, TX 76051


  • Easter Egg Hunt for multiple age groups
  • Food & Prizes
  • Bounce House
  • Face Painting
  • DFW Rescue Me Pets
  • Win the Use of a Mercedes!
  • Pictures with Mr. & Mrs. Bunny
  • The Ringmaster
  • Raffle Items


If you would like to see your company represented at this event,
please consider a sponsorship. Sponsorship information and forms available on our website:




The Colleyville Lions Club is ready to sponsor children who will benefit from attendance at Texas Lions Camp in Kerrville, TX for one week. This is such a wonderful experience for campers. For more information about the camp please visit the Texas Lions Camp website:

If you know of a child that might benefit from the Texas Lions Camp please contact our local Colleyville Lions Camp President, David Phelps at 972-467-7319 or by email: and he will get you in touch with those that can assist with registration. Help us help a child experience a fantastic week at Texas Lions Camp.

Our Services

Texas Lions Camp is a residential camping facility for children with physical disabilities, type 1 diabetes and cancer. The Camp is located on over 500 acres in the beautiful Texas Hill Country, and is designed to introduce the “Can Do” philosophy to children dealing with special medical conditions.

Children with special needs from all over the State of Texas are invited to attend one of 9 weeks, which we hope will become one of their life-long childhood memories. A week designed for fun, exploration and challenge. Texas Lions Camp is staffed by professional medical personnel and professionally trained camp counselors that are dedicated to meeting the needs of children attending camp.

Our Mission

The primary purpose of the Camp is to provide, without charge, a camp for physically disabled, hearing/vision impaired, and diabetic children from the State of Texas, regardless of race, religion, or national origin. Our goal is to provide an atmosphere wherein campers will learn the “Can Do” philosophy and be allowed to achieve maximum personal growth and self-esteem.

Camp Profile

The Texas Lions Camp is recognized as a non-profit corporation, under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code. The Camp is accredited by the American Camping Association, and is licensed by the Texas Department of Health.


The Texas Lions Camp was chartered in 1949 in response to the terrible polio epidemic that forever changed the lives of so many Texas children. Since that time, the Texas Lions Camp has dynamically changed to include children who have all manner and types of physical disabilities, diabetes and cancer. Today, we are serving more children than at anyother time in our history. Over 1,500 children per summer attend Texas Lions Camp.


District 2-E2 Convention

& 4th Cabinet Meeting

Fri-Sat April 27, 28, 2018

Hilton Garden Inn Ft. Worth Alliance

2600 Westport Pkwy, Fort Worth, TX 76177

Hosted by     `Lions Club


4:00 PM registration

6:00-9:00 PM Social

Gods Country Kids

Lions Make a Deal

Sat Morning

7:30 – 8:30AM                         PDG Meeting               Room 1

8:00 AM — Registration

8:30AM to 10:30AM               Convention Meeting    Room 2

10:30AM to Noon and                         Delegate Cert.

4:00PM -5:00PM


8:30 – 11:00AM          Sec/Trea/Pres               Room 3, 4

9:30 – 9:45 AM           Vision Information      Room 5

10:00 – 11:45 AM       GMT/Zone Chair mtg  Room 5

Grass Roots Lions Lunch Noon to 1:30



2PM to 4PM:                          Cabinet meeting           Room 2-4

4:00-5:30PM                           Voting                          Room 5

4:30-5:30PM                           LOEB Annual Mtg       Room 1


SAT Evening Banquet,    Speaker ID N. Alan Lundgren

6PM Cash Bar

7PM Dinner


Sunday April 29 8:30AM              Necrology Services     Room 5


Convention Registration: All in Early Bird  $80

(See registration form for details)

University of North Texas Eye Research Institute

     On Monday Morning, October 30th, the University of North Texas Eye Research Institute dedicated a new van to provide vision screening for children in our community. UNT has continued to be a valued partner in our community supporting vision screening efforts along with Lions. We worked with UNT and the North Texas Eye Research Institute at the Saginaw Back to School program in August, Hope Farm and the Hispanic Wellness programs. Our lions provided some of the initial training to the UNT staff and students to get them started in these local community service programs.
     Two Lions attended the ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday. LOEB 2nd VP Michelle Greco and past president Jon Niemczyk were there to meet the staff and local officials at the dedication. Mayor Betsy Price spoke as did the president of UNT. The van is very recognizable and has seating inside to conduct screenings using their Plusoptix S12s. UNT is working with local preschool children thru Ft Worth ISD.