The Franklin Lions Club proudly serves Macon County with many community service projects.
Lion Max Bumgardner serves as our 2016-2017 Governor for District 31L of North Carolina.


The Franklin, North Carolina Lions Club has been serving our community for over 75 years.

Film Festival

Each year, the Franklin Lions Club partners with Ruby Cinemas for our Annual Film Festival. This year, the Film Festival will held Tuesday - Thursday with one showing at 10:00am. The festival runs June 14 to August 16, 2016. You can see the full line-up of movies on the Ruby Cinemas website >). Movies are FREE to those under 16 years old and $1.00 for those 16 & older.


McCune Center

The Marjorie McCune Memorial Center is a licensed Adult Care Home owned and operated by the Lions of Western North Carolina. Located in Black Mountain, North Carolina, the center is nestled in the Swannanoa Valley of Buncombe County in a country setting. The Marjorie McCune Memorial Center offers both Assisted and Independent Living opportunities.


Camp Dogwood

Since 1967, Camp Dogwood for the Blind & Visually Impaired has been a beacon of service to citizens from all over North Carolina. This summer destination provides a wonderful and therapeutic vacation retreat for persons with blindness and visual impairment. Camp Dogwood is located on Lake Norman in Catawba County. The goal is to provide a week of fun and fellowship.


Serving Macon County Since 1939

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“When you give something to a Lion, we just seem to get it done.”

Past International President Joe Preston