Colleyville Lions Club Monthly Meeting

Colleyville Lions and Guests:

Tonight’s meeting will not feature a guest speaker. We will be using this time to provide updates, inform members and guests about upcoming opportunities to volunteer or participate in fundraising events, and to answer questions about the Colleyville Lions and our 2E2 District Events.

Dinner is served from 5:30 to 6:00 pm. The program begins at 6:00 pm and ends at 7:00 pm. Hope to see you all there!


Our guest speaker is Dwayne Lee discussing D Day at Normandy. Mr. Lee will be giving a photographic presentation on his trip to the beaches used June 6, 1944, by the US military and allied forces to storm Normandy, France on what is known as D-Day, in order to free the French from Hitler’s German reign. Mr. Lee is a professional photographer. You will see how the beaches look today, and the many memorials and museums created by the French to remember the fight for freedom and honor the thousands of Americans and allied solders killed, in what is history’s largest military invasion by air, land and sea.


Please join us for Breakfast and enjoy the camaraderie with Colleyville Lions!


SPEAKER: Valerie Ballard, Executive Director, Operation Tiny House.

North Texas Capacity Builders and its community partners will build tiny houses and provide temporary housing to veterans and their families while their permanent home is under construction, repair or rebuild.

Our tiny houses are built by volunteer groups, contractors and donated materials. The purpose of this program is to honor and serve those who have served our country, with support from Home Depot, Milgard Windows & Doors, Tuesday Morning, North Texas Fatherhood Initiative and South Dallas Fair Park Trust Fund – City of Dallas and many more.

Join us for dinner at Black Walnut in Colleyville to learn more about Tiny Houses!


SPEAKER: Reilly Brooks, Past Leo President

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