Lions Club Of Nakuru
Lions Clubs International is the world's largest service club organization with more than 1.4 million members in approximately 46,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world.
Nakuru the home town of the Lions Club of Nakuru. The Club was officially Chartered on 2 October 1964. The Charter President was Lion Chhotalal D. Pattni who is now residing in the UK.
Our Club has produced 2 District Governors, namely Late Lion Dr Vinubhai Patel and Lion Amu Shah.
The Club was a pioneer Club in District 411 in carrying out cataract operations and corneal transplants.
Lions Club of Nakuru is well-known for its Long Range Project of the Lions Schools namely Lions Nursery School, Lions Primary School and Melvin Jones Lions Academy which was recognised as one of the Top Three Educational Projects in the World. We offer the best education at affordable fees. The Schools are recognised countrywide for its educational and extra curricular activities. The Schools offer both the British Curriculum and the 8-4-4- system of education.
Lions Primary School Nakuru is the current standing National winner at the Kenya National Schools & Colleges Drama Festival for the last 8 – 9 years. Total population of the three schools is about 2000 children.
The Club carries out various activities including;
- Sight First / Corneal Donation Awareness
- Sight for Kids
- Peace Poster / Art & Talent
- Community Services
- Diabetes Awareness
- Leo Club / Youth Development
This year’s theme for the Club is “Beyond Sight : Creating a Vision for the Future”.