|POB 704, Tishomingo, OK 73460
Meetings Each Wednesday, Noon, Western Inn, Hwy 377 & 22 West of Tishomingo
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We appreciate your checking out our web page. We hope you learn a little about our club. If there are things we need that aren't here, please let us know. Please enjoy your visit, and please sign the guest book.
Our club was initially chartered February 7, 1929 and became defunct February 26, 1945. Any former members or persons in the community who know any of the circumstances surrounding the demise of the club are encouraged to contact Lion Rod Hall with the information. I assume it had something to do with World War II.
The Tishomingo Lions Club was rechartered March 7, 1955 and has been in existence since that time. Over the years we have unfortunately become the only Service Club in Tishomingo. Good clubs like Rotary, Kiwanis, and others have existed and disbanded.
|State Representative and Past President Paul Roan inducting incoming president Tom Lokey|
The state of Oklahoma was originally Indian Territory and was inhabited by many semi permanent and nomadic tribes of Native Americans. Between 1830 and 1839 the "Five Civilized Tribes" of the Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek, Seminole, and Cherokee were moved from their ancestral homes in the southeastern United States to Indian Territory. Here they reformed their governments and settled in the new land as best they could. Tishomingo was and is the Capitol of the Chickasaw Nation.
|50th Anniversary Banquet|
|Annual Spaghetti Supper Fund Raiser|
|Original Tishomingo Lions Club 1929-1945|
|Current Club History and Officers|
|2006 Officer and New Member Induction|
1ST VICE PRESIDENT
2ND VICE PRESIDENT
3RD VICE PRESIDENT
Dan Shaffer Oma Dell Walker E. J. Tolbert
|Lions Club International|
|Oklahoma Lions Club|
|LionNet - Oklahoma|
|Johnston County Chamber of Commerce|
|City of Tishomingo - Community Calendar|
|Murray State College|
|Tishomingo Lions Club|