Family Day Camp for Kids with Diabetes, sponsored by Montgomery Lions. April 27, 2013!
River Region Family Day is a day of BIG fun for children with diabetes and their families. Enjoy fishing, food, pedal boats, a climbing tower and lots of other fun outdoor activities at Sugar Falls Day Camp.
When: Saturday, April 27th from 9AM-4PM! Please register in advance, before April 26th.
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Browse our Photos of the June 2012 Lions Leadership Forum at Troy University!
"We Serve" Our Community
The Montgomery Lions Club, a Division of Lions International, serves a variety of Montgomery area charities and community development organizations.
Some of those well-deserving groups include:
Montgomery Lions Club members volunteer our time on a monthly and sometimes weekly basis to participate in volunteer activities and raise funds to support the individuals who benefit from them. Read more about the history of the Montgomery Lions Club, sign up for one of our events, or come visit us on Fridays at lunch at the RSA office building downtown.
Recent Weekly Guest Speaker
Auburn Coach Phillip Lolley Speaks to the Montgomery Lions Club
The Montgomery Lions Club enjoyed a dynamic and inspiring Guest Speaker on Friday, September 21st.
There just aren't many activities here in Alabama that are more enjoyable than watching a football hero live and in person, telling stories about famous team wins and triumphs experienced by key players against our state rivals. A few of us may not have even blinked for the entire hour Auburn Coach Phillip Lolley did more than speak: He "delivered" awe-inspiring chronicles of what makes a great football team great, behind the scenes of the Auburn Tigers.
Lolley stressed what we've all experienced about the fighting spirit that drives football in the South, "It's totally different, the way you play the game; the passion for the game; the pageantry of the game." but joked that the pressure on the other hand is no different. "There's as much pressure anywhere, if you like winning."
Coach Lolley addressed current challenges during this year's season by explaining that it is always Auburn's goal to "finish strong". "Your character has to show. You have to keep fighting..." And to win, he stated "Do it better than they do. It' simple."
Currently serving Auburn University as Director of External Relations, Coach Lolley speaks regularly to schools and organizations like the Montgomery Lions Club all over the country. He began his Auburn Football career under Coach Tommy Tuberville in 1999 as Strength and Conditioning Coach. His coaching experience included the 2011 BCS National Championship Game and he spent three seasons as cornerbacks coach under head coach Gene Chizik. Lolley also coached Thorpe Award winners Carlos Rogers and Junior Rosegreen, both All-Americans in 2004.
Coach Lolley is originally from Butler, Alabama and graduated with a Master's Degree from Livingston University in 2981. He has a son Brad and daughter, Brittany.
We want to thank Coach Philiip Lolley for taking the time to indulge our fascination with his presentation and answer our many earnest questions about his experiences and the game. We wish the Auburn players, coaches and administrative staff the best in the remainder of the 2012 season.