About the Henderson Breakfast Lions Club

The Henderson Breakfast Lions have been serving the Henderson community for 30 years.  In the spring of 1988, the Breakfast Lions started the Tri-Fest as a fundraising opportunity for our schools, churches, and non-profit organizations.

The Tri-Fest is the club's opportunity to give back to our community.  Over the past 25 years the club has given more than $600,000 to the community from the proceeds of the Tri-Fest.  In addition, many thousands of dollars have been raised by local non-profits through their food booths, 5K runs, bike rides, bowling events, and much more.  The Tri-Fest is held the third weekend in April every year.

In 2012, the Breakfast Lions took over Christmas in the Park.  The club saw it as another way to give back to the community by maintaining this tradition.  The Breakfast Lions look forward to maintaining and improving Christmas in the Park for years to come.

 

Membership Information

To become a member of the Henderson Breakfast Lions Club you can be a guest at a regular meeting which is held the first and third Tuesday of each month at 6:45 AM at the Downtown Diner. Once you have attended a meeting and you want to be involved with the organization, there is a short application to complete.

The first year you are in the club you will have a sponsor which will help you grow in the organization.





       

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    What People Are Saying

    Over the years, the Lions have been able to return proceeds in the amount of nearly a half-million dollars to the community from booth rentals and other proceeds, and clubs and organizations have been able to support worthy community causes with their booth proceeds.

    The Gleaner April 19, 2012

    Tri-Fest goers tell us there’s nothing better than knowing money spent at the fair is going back into their own community.

    14news.com April 20, 2012

    The best part (aside from the carnival rides, entertainment and delicious food) is that the proceeds from Henderson Tri-Fest are put directly back into your community.

    Kathy Jackson, activerain.com April 4, 2012