On Top of the World Lions Club
District 35-L, Zone 14 Ocala
OTOW Volunteers meet the 2nd & 4th Tuesdays of each month at 7 p.m. at Candler Hills Community Center, Ocala, Florida.
OTOW Board meets the 1st Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. at Candler Hills Community Center, Ocala, Florida.
Lions clubs in both Florida and the Bahamas sponsor unknown thousands of local projects, from vision screenings, to little league teams & parks, to scholarships, to testing for glaucoma & diabetes, to hearing tesiing & aids, to guide dogs for the visually impaired & blind, to hearing dogs for those with hearing imparities, to building a ramp at a home where one is needed, to providing clothing for the homeless, & the list goes on and on as long as there is a need.
Lions clubs are not limited in what they can do— it all depends on the local club and their abilities and membership.
And the greatest part of being a member of the world's largest community service organization is that all funds received from the public are retumed to the public through community projects and service. Never are any of the funds used for the purpose of the clubs' administrative needs, as that is accomplished by the members through membership fees.
See Events for exciting details on the upcoming 2014 show!
TRASHY FASHION SHOW HELD APRIL 12, 2013 AT OCALA HILTON...
“Beautiful! What fun! Wow!...” The audience’s comments said it all: The 1st Annual Recycled “Trashy” Fashion Show, presented by the OTOW Lion’s Club, was a huge success.
The event was created to instill an awareness of the importance of alternative waste solutions and to encourage everyone to recycle. Models, representing various businesses and organizations, competed to take the first, second, and third place prizes. Their designs had to made of at least 75% recycled materials and cost no more than $40.00.
The first place winner won a check for $1000.00, second place, $500.00, and third place, $300.00. Each check was made out to the charity of choice. more...