The Seal Beach Leo Club provides an opportunity for youth to help the community while having fun.  Leos have been serving in the communities of Seal Beach. Los Alamitos and Rossmoor since 1987.  They are sponsored by the Seal Beach Lions Club, which has been serving the community since 1939. 

Leo Club activities include service projects, fundraisers and social functions.  The Leo motto,  Leadership -  Experience – Opportunity, is fulfilled as members work together in response to the needs of others.

Who Benefits from the Leo Club?

Young People.  Participation in Leo activities and projects helps young people prepare for the future by developing leadership, organizational and social skills.  Members’ experience increased self-esteem and personal growth as they meet challenges and accept responsibilities.  By volunteering their time and talents for the benefit of others, Leos learn firsthand the value and rewards of service.  Leo club involvement can start young men and women on a lifetime of helping others.  Members’ receive certificates of volunteer service hours for participation in club activities, which fulfills high school and college community service requirements.

The Community.  Leo projects contribute to the well being of the communities of Seal Beach, Rossmoor and Los Alamitos.  The Seal Beach Leo Club has provided service and funds to McGaugh School, the Animal Care Center, Oak and McAuliffe Middle schools, Seal Beach Pony Baseball, the Seal Beach Recreation Department, the Lions Youth Exchange Program, the “Safe Rides” program at the Los Alamitos Youth Center, the Blind Children’s Learning Center, the Lions Student Speaker Foundation, LAHS Grad Night, LAHS “Every-15-Minutes” Program, Braille Institute,  CASA Youth Shelter, Save-our-Beach and more.

Leo’s and Lions Working Together

The Seal Beach Lions Club provides support, guidance and counsel while the Leos are responsible for planning and implementing their own projects, and maintaining the smooth operation of the club.  Leos have their own club officers and constitution.  Lions acting as advisors are present at all Leo functions and meetings.

Who can be a Leo?

Membership is open to young men and women between the ages of 12 and 18 who attend school in the Los Alamitos School District or are residents of Seal Beach or surrounding communities.  Leo candidates should be of high moral standards who wish to serve others.  

Leos should attend meetings, participate in club service projects and fund-raising activities, and maintain a positive image in the community.  Understanding that members are involved in many other activities, it is asked that members participate whenever they can.  There is no charge for this Lions funded program.  The Club meets on the third Monday of each month from 7:00 – 7:45pm at the First United Methodist Church** at the corner of 10th and Central in Seal Beach (September – May). **We are not associated with the church but very much appreciate the use of their facilities


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