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Come out and play with the Spring Lake Park Lions!


We offer charitable gambling at our sites, including Pull Tabs, Tri-Wheel, Bingo and Meat Raffles. The Spring Lake Park Lions were the first organization to bring Handbag Bingo to the Twin Cities area in 2014.

Your Great Time, Turns into Great Things!

“I went to Leader Dogs for O&M training[cane travel].  It was such a wonderful experience and I was back to get my first guide dog Roxy.  Words can not accurately express what Leader Dog has done for me  but I’ll try.  You have given me what I thought I had lost; you gave me back my independence, my confidence, my mobility and most importantly my life.” -LeaderDogs For the Blind

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Monte’s Sports Bar

Biff’s Sports Bar

The Roadside

Sticks & Stones

Bebop Venue

Forest Lake VFW

Hope4Youth-Providing Pathways to End Youth Homelessness

Take a moment to think about a young person in your life and where they might be falling asleep tonight.  Most likely you’re imaging them safely in their bed.  This however, is not true for all young people, especially the 732 youth who walked through Hope 4 Youth’s doors last year.  Many of these young people slept in the streets…Thanks to your generous donation…

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Community Helping Hand

Thank you for your very generous donation of $2,400…your contribution means so much to so many.

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Making a difference in our Community

Thank you for your generous donation to the Forest Lake Area Athletic Association! We are working towards lights for our outdoor fields and this will be a huge help!.

Forest Lake Area Athletic Association

Thank you for your donation… for our medical and constructuction trip to the Dominican Republic. This year was our largest group of participants to date, with 26 traveling from Minnesota to San Juan del Maguana.

Opportunities in Emergency Care

Thank you very much for your donation to the Blaine Community Scholarship Program. I am so appreciative that I was able to accept your scholarship!

Mikaela Shepard
Come Have a great time with us!

So much fun, for such good causes!

Events and News

Spring Lake Park Lions Club #00584 shared their event. ...

SLP Lions Trunk or Treat!

October 31, 2017, 6:00pm - October 31, 2017, 9:00pm

Join us for our Annual FREE Trunk or Treat event for kids. A great event to enjoy a safe/non scary environment for your kids to trick or treat at. We decorate our vehicles and pass out candy from our trunks! We will also be handing out halloween bags to the first 500 kids!! We look forward to this event every year and hope to see you and your little ghosts and goblins there!

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Our next Handbag Bingo event is coming up Monday October 23rd at TPC Twin Cities. Doors open at 6:30PM and Bingo starts at 7PM, hope to see ya there! ...

Handbag Bingo at The TPC in Blaine.

October 23, 2017, 7:00pm - October 23, 2017, 9:00pm

Get a fun group of ladies together and join us for Handbag Bingo at the TPC in Blaine. 11444 Tournament Players Parkway Blaine, MN 55449 We will be playing 13 games of bingo for $2 per game. Admission packets will be sold for $26 for all games and extra packets can be purchased for $4. An admission packets must be purchased by every player. Players must be 18 years of age or older to play bingo. Packet sales will start at 6:20PM when the doors open and bingo will start at 7PM All bingo winners will chose handbags and or accessories from Coach and Michael Kors. Event is sponsored by the Spring Lake Park Lions Club #00584 and all proceeds from this will be going to the TPC Rose. This event is not connected nor sponsored by either Coach or Michael Kors.

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“In Minnesota, over 9000 households are in search of food assistance everyday….The majority of families using CEAP’s services are employed and working hard to change their circumstances.  You are aiding in their efforts to build a better future for themselves, and for the next generation.  Thank you for your donation.”

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