Witt Lions Club - Celebrating 50 Years!
Click to see the Front & Back cover of the original 1960 "Charter Night" program.
"Charter Night" 1960
Original Medical Building
"Silver Anniversary" Banquet 1985
Charter Members at the "Silver Anniversary" Banquet 1985
Charter Members in 2005.
Here are some of the community activities sponsored each year by the Lions Club:
WITT LABOR DAY:
The Witt Labor Day Homecoming Celebration is promoted and conducted by your Witt Lions Club with full cooperation of the people of this community and surrounding area for two primary aims:
1. To provide a holiday atmosphere to bring friends and neighbors together for their pleasure and entertainment.
2. To promote funds to further develop the community welfare.
The officers of the Witt Lions Club thank all for their intense effort and pledge to use the club's energy to continue this event so long as the aims are met.
Ken Davis, President
Rick Flynn, Past President
Every Halloween the Lions Club sponsors a Halloween Parade through downtown Witt that ends at the Lions Ball Park. There judges award costume prizes according to various age brackets from infant to adult. After the judging, all participants are invited into the Lions Club building to enjoy hot dogs and punch.
Held in December of each year, LITE-A-LITE is a Christmas celebration that is fun for the whole family, with Toy Roulette, a visit form Santa, entertainment, and the raffle drawing. The raffle books get a name on the LITE-A-LITE board on display outside city hall. It may be your name of in memory of loved ones.
Proceeds go to benefit Witt Lions activities.