On Sunday of the Holiday Festival we have two parades, the Holiday Parade and Reindog Parade, organized this year by Zesty Pet Services and sponsored by the Easton Women of Today. We encourage floats, bands, cars and tractors to celebrate this year's theme "Kindness Matters".
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.
The parade was a huge success, with roaring fire truck and cruiser and cooperative weather. There was a fairly decent crowd, approximately, 150 small kids escorted by devoted parents, which some would say is more than last year. Jeannie Ebert , Janice Lindstrom and Arlene Keach were on corner patrol. It was their job to…Read More
Yes, it is that time again. Time to man/or woman the rakes and leaf blowers in order to clean-up the area around the Rockery in preparation for the 32nd Annual Holiday Festival. Just think you get hang out with a great group of Lions, get some exercise and fresh air, drink coffee (or water) and eat…Read More
The 20th Annual Lions Club Charity Golf Tournament took place on Monday September 24th 2018 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 the team of Mike Bobulis, Sandy Bobulis, Eduardo Talusan, and Tom Sampson. Sandy Bobulis…Read More
From Catherine Sutton, newsletter editor: I am excited to announce that the Easton Leo Club has a new advisor, Malathy Sankaran! A big thank you to Malathy Sankaran for her commitment to our club and the youth interested in becoming Leo members. If you have youth in your life (grandchildren, children, neighbors, etc.) that are…Read More
From Catherine Sutton, newsletter editor. Hurricane Florence caused significant damage along the East Coast particularly in North Carolina and South Carolina. Many people have been devastated by this catastrophe, with having lost their loved ones, their homes and their businesses. On behalf of the Easton Lions Club, I want to offer our deepest condolences to…Read More
From District 33S: On September 29 at Scusset Beach the annual Journey for Sight will take place now known as the Blink of an Eye. All Lions are welcome to attend. It’s a full day event including children’s activities during the day on Saturday, lots of food for everyone. Camping is available for Friday and…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.