We, unfortunately, need to cancel this year's Lions Pride Math Challenge. The Challenge goals are to stimulate enthusiasm and a love for Mathematics, introduce math concepts, develop flexibility in solving problems, foster mathematical creativity and ingenuity, and to provide satisfaction, joy, and thrill of meeting challenges.
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 Matt Cioffi (Immediate Past President) In the last two years, the Easton Lions have supported two community Legacy Projects as part of Lions International Centennial Celebration. Below is a short progress update on our two major Legacy Projects: Ali’s Park of Easton Dale (2016) In 2016, we donated $8,000 for the basketball court at…Read More
by Matt Soeldner (Secretary) As I mentioned at our election of officers meeting on April 11, this will be my last year as Secretary. Next year will be my 7th year straight year and 11th overall as Secretary. It is time to step back and reflect. I was first elected back in 1990 but actually…Read More
by Matt Soeldner (Secretary) The time has arrived to channel your inner child. Think back to the end of the school year, the weather is getting warm, the teacher is talking but all you hear is your inner voice’ if you build it, will it fly. It is time for … THE FIRST ANNUAL (we…Read More
In 2001, the Lions Clubs International Foundation awarded Special Olympics the first grant in a multi-year, multi-million dollar commitment. Since then, the foundation has given more than $1 million each year to support the Opening Eyes program, Unified Sports: Mission Inclusion, and Special Olympics Leadership Academy. Follow the links to discover more.Read More
It took 26 years for the Easton Lions to enter a bowling team in the District 33S Spring Bowling Tournament. It will not take another 26 for us to go again although, we might not be allowed. It was with the hope that we would not come home with the dreaded rubber chicken award as…Read More
On April 11, 2018, the Easton Lions Club officially voted in the new board of directors and officers for the July 2018-June 2019 Lionistic year. The installation of the new board will occur on June 6, 2018, at the Easton Country Club. Additional details will be posted in our Calendar events. The new BOD and officers…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 gloabal service areas of hunger reief, pediatric cancer, the environmanet, diabetes and vision, and to support the Massachusetts Lions Eye Research Fund's goals.