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Easton Peace Poster Winners for 2017

Easton Lions Peace Poster Contest 2017 picture of winning artists and teachers.

Alexa Scolaro, a student at Easton Middle School, recently won the local Easton Lions Club Peace Poster competition. The Lions Club International Peace Poster contest theme this year is “The Future of Peace.”  This year, 43 Easton Middle School students participated in the contest. On Oct. 25, the Easton Lions selected the top three artists…

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Build-A-Scarecrow Day 2017 at Yardley Wood Rink

Build a Scarecrow Day Oct 28, 2017 Easton Lions Yardley Wood Rink

If you have not had the chance to see all the cool scarecrows the kids and families built on October 28th, be sure to visit our Yardley Wood Rink Facebook page and take a look at the Build-A-Scarecrow Day 2017 Photo Album. We had a great turn-out for the Easton Lions Build-A-Scarecrow Day at the…

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UPDATE: Rockery Clean-up 2017 Moved

Raking leaves getting you in shape cartoon.

Saturday, Nov 11, 8-10am From Secretary Matt Soeldner, Not enough leaves are down to clean-up on November 4th, despite the the wind storm we had this past weekend.  Global warming has pushed back foliage-drop later each year. Clean-up is now Saturday, November 11.  We understand some folks will be unavailable due to Veteran’s Day activities, but the…

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Eye Glass Cleaning November 2017

Eye Glasses Array of Styles.

From Our Secretary – Matt Soeldner The next cleaning of glasses will take place on Monday, November 6th, at the Raynham Lions Club. Two shifts 1:00-3:00 and 6:30-9:00! Work one or both, everybody welcome. The Raynham Lions Club is located at:

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October 2017 Eyemobile Testing Reports

District 33S Lions Eyemobile with Spot Camera.

This October we had the district 33S Eyemobile at two events in Easton. The NRT Fair at the Sheep pasture on October 1, and at the Tom Hedrick Memorial Senior Cookout at the Council on Aging on October 4th. Many thanks to Richard Freitas and crew for manning the Eyemobile at these two very popular events. Read-on for more report details…

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Golf Tournament Recap 2017

Golfer on practice putting green.

The 19th annual Lions Club Charity Golf Tournament took place on Sept. 25th at Easton Country Club. It provided fun for all while raising substantial funds for local charities, Lions scholarships, and eye research. The first place went to Team 9 with Rich Vociferous, Tom Sampson, Mike Bobulis and Sandy Bobulis while second went to…

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President’s Message – September 2017

Easton Lions Member Pattie Somers

“We Need You…” Event Calendar Hello it’s me! I was wondering… Since I became president of the Easton Lions, I have had the pleasure of working the members of various committees. I have a greater appreciation of the work that our Easton Lions are doing for our club and community. I have also realized the…

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Dining for a Cause-Brockton Lions at 99 Restaurant

Ninety Nine 99 Restaurant & Pub Logo

The Brockton Lions invite you to help them with their Dining for a Cause event at the 99 Restaurant, located at 99 Belmont Street, on Thursday, September 14, 2017, 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Open post to download the voucher (JPG format), print it out, and bring it with you to 99 Restaurant.

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District Happenings – September 2017

Blink of an Eye 5k Run and Walk - Di struct 33S

Here are some of the key District 33S events happening in September: Monday, September 11, 2017: Eyeglass Cleaning in Raynham, This is a District wide event and is open to all clubs. Mark your calendars and invite your members to come and help with this project. … Saturday, September 30, 2017: Blink of an Eyed 5K Run & Walk at Scusset Beach. It’s a full weekend event with the walk/run, children’s activities, lots of food, and a DJ during the day on Saturday, a dinner Saturday night, and breakfast Sunday morning! … District 33S – Hearing Foundation is in need of Board Members….

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Easton Lions 1950-2015

Easton Lions Club History Logo, since 1931.

Born in the Great Depression and forged by the challenges of World War II, the Easton Lions Club entered the Post-War era with seventy-two members in a town of just over 6,000. Over the next sixty years while the membership ebbed and flowed, the needs of the community would only grow. In 1951 you could still get a fried chicken dinner for under a dollar at Topsy’s Chicken Coop, one of the many restaurants where the Lions have met over the years. In that year the Lions hosted an Annual Child Welfare Night benefit. The club called in the assistance of the Brockton DeMolay and Rainbows to produce a musical featuring familiar tunes like…

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