Leading for Life
Leo clubs provide young people with an opportunity for development and contribution – individually and collectively – as responsible members of their local, national and international communities.
Leo Club Motto
Leadership: Leo members acquire skills as project organizers and motivators of their peers.
Experience: They discover how teamwork and cooperation can bring about change in their community and the world.
Opportunity: Leos develop positive traits and receive recognition for their contributions.
District Leo Advisor
Lion Melissa Hollingsworth
Melissa has been the advisor for the Hutto High School Leo Club since 2013. She began as a faculty advisor, but was inspired to join the Hutto Lions Club in 2014.
Melissa teaches Chemistry and Forensic Science at Hutto High School. Service definitely runs in the family as her husband, Michael, is a 2 time Past President of Hutto Lions Club, and her two children, Aubrey and James, are currently active in the Hutto High School Leo Club with Aubrey serving as the Vice-President.
For Young People Who Care
Leo clubs are open to young people with good character who have an interest in serving their communities. Leo clubs are divided into two tracks: Alpha and Omega.
Alpha Leo Clubs are designed for youth between 12 and 18 years old. This track focuses on the individual and social development of teens and preteens.
Omega Leo Clubs are tailored for young adults between 18 and 30 years old. This track encourages the personal and professional development of young adults.
Make a Difference – Sponsor a Leo Club
Connections to young people can bring new energy to a Lions club and increase Lions visibility in the community. Through Leo club sponsorship, Lions have a unique opportunity to mentor potential community leaders and recruit future Lions club members. Learn more about sponsoring a Leo club in the Leos section of our Member Center.
Lions International LEO of The Year
There are about 198 countries in the world today and 5800 Leo Clubs in the world and as of January 2020, Lions Club International had over 46,000 local clubs and more than 1.4 million members (Lions & LEO) around the world. Each year less than 35 Leo’s are chosen from all over this world for this very prestigious International Leo of the Year Award!
District 2-S3 LEOs Awarded LCI International LEO of The Year
2016 - Lily Jameson, Lago Vista Leo Club - sponsoring club Lago Vista Lions Club
2017 - Tallya Lutfak, Hutto High School Leo Club - sponsoring club Hutto Lions Club
2018 - Ty Carmona, Hutto High School Leo Club - sponsoring club Hutto Lions Club
2020 - Monsie Martinez, Lago Vista Leo Club - sponsoring club Lago Vista Lions Club
2021 - Catarina Vazquez, San Marcos Academy Leo Club - sponsoring club Sam Marcos Lions Club
Questions about the District 2-S3 Leos contact us at email@example.com
State Leo Officers
President - Leo Abigail Hicks
1st Vice President - Leo Kritika Timalsina
2nd Vice President -Leo Rebehka Hawkins
3rd Vice President - Leo Mya Amore Hernandez
Secretary - Leo Aubrey Hollingsworth
Treasurer - Leo Jonathan Hagy
Leo Tamer - Leo Daniel Hernandez
Historian - Leo Daniel Hernandez
Tail Twister - Leo Reeve Tarver
2021-2022 District Leo Officers
President: Catarina Vazquez, San Marcos Academy Leo Club
Vice President: Rebekah Hawkins,, Hutto High School Leo Club
Secretary: Aubrey Hollingsworth, Hutto High School Leo Club
Treasurer: Jonathan Hagy, Grace Prep Academy Leo Club
Leo Tamer: Brison Groves, San Marcos Academy Leo Club
Tail Twister: David Followell, San Marcos Academy Leo Club
Public Relations: Nathaneal Green, San Marcos Academy Leo Club
Photographer: Ashley Purkey, Lago Vista Leo Club
Texas State University Medical Explorer Omega Leo Club
The Texas State University Medical Explorer Omega Leo Club is the only Omega Leo Club in San Marcos. In fact, it is the largest Omega Leo Club in Texas. Yes, the club is part of the Texas State University System. It doesn't meet on campus. It meets at the First Baptist Church every Tuesday evening. The membership is composed of any pre-health major and includes pre-med, pre-nursing or all pre-health major. Each student will be medical professionals upon graduation. Members of this club have significant hands-on patient care before they go to a professional school. To do this, they must have unusual training, not commonly found by pre-health students. Their extensive training opens many doors for advanced volunteer opportunities. Dr. Charles Johnson, PhD is the person in charge of this Omega Leo Club.
Visit our web site: www.bio.txstate.edu/medicalexplorers
District 2-S3 Leo Clubs