Open Wednesdays from 9-2 and Saturdays from 9-3. Drop-offs accepted until 1:00 pm only at rear of Grange located at 192 Washington St, Rt 138 on the corner of Elm Street next to Bob's Ski Doo and Buddy's Union Villa Pizza. We have many new items large and small arriving each week! There are 3 floors full of ready-to-move treasures. Call 508-230-5466 (LION) for more info.
Our goal is to support the Easton Community through charitable giving. Last year we gave out $11,000 in scholarships for Easton's high school Seniors, supported local organizations like ECAT, F.O.R.E., HOPe, and the Easton Food Pantry, and we also donate annually to the Massachusetts Lions Eye Research Fund and Carroll Center for the Blind.
By Matthew Soeldner, Club Secretary I have been lax on putting out information about District happenings so let’s change that. Eye Glass Cleaning Happens twice a month 1st and 3rd Mondays during the winter months, weather permitting. So the next cleaning will take place on January 21 at the Raynham Lions Club on King Phillip…Read More
Check out the brief bios on some of our latest new members, Jim Baker, Harris Bloomwald, Eric Finn, Rich Eastman, Mike Glennon, Peter Geraigery, Rick Rhodes, Joanne Sheehan, and John Tracy. Thanks to Avery Lee Williams, Chief Membership Recruiter, (over 250 recruits)Read More
As you know, Lions are courageous – and our intrepid members proved that as we faced down Mother Nature on Saturday, 1/5/19. Braving a cold, rainy day, our team showed up in strong numbers to make quick work of packing up the Holiday Festival displays. My thanks go out to Jim Baker, Matt Cioffi, Richard…Read More
by Lynn J. Kingsbury Many years ago Lion, Gus Arns started the Easton Lions Reindog Parade to join the Main Holiday parade lovingly produced by Ann Martin. The Easton Lions collected food donations as the registration fee for the Animal Protection Center of Southeastern Massachusetts. Gus loving crafted trophies and ribbons for the winners thru…Read More
From Malathy Sankaran, Advisor to the Oliver Ames High School Leo Club Dear Lions, The Leo students want to personally thank all the Lions who baked for us. Lion members donated half of the baked goods that the Leo students sold. The response for the baked goods was amazing! We will surely do this next…Read More
The inclement weather Sunday, December 2nd forced the cancellation of the 32nd Annual Parade and Holiday Festival. This year the Reindog Parade will now become the Reindog Show! Where: Yardley-Wood Rink on Foundry Street next to Center School When: Sunday, December 9th from Noon to 3:00 pm. Registration Time: 12:00 to 12:30 when the judging…Read More
We are dedicated to serving the Easton community, to stimulate community spirit, encourage personal development, to provide financial and material resources to benefit our community in the Lions Club International's global service areas of hunger relief, pediatric cancer, the environment, diabetes and vision, and to support the Massachusetts Lions Eye Research Fund's goals.