Thank you to the Oliver Ames High School Leo Club for all the service you do within our community. You brought inspiration to our members at our meeting in May. We are very proud of all the work you do! Check-out the video of activities the Leos have done this past year.
Our online Auction is underway and is set to wrap up on Saturday, May 14, 2022. If you want to join in the fun, all you need to do is register at Bidding for Good. Once registered and logged in you’ll be able to: Browse all items and see current bid Set-up an item watch […]
Our last Sock Hop was so fun everyone wanted more! The band is up for another show, so come on down for Four in a Row! Wear your best “oldies” outfit and win prizes for best oldies look! It’ll be another awesome night of music, fun, and dance!
For Immediate Release: April 27, 2022 In accordance with Article VII of the Easton Lions Club Bylaws, the Nominating Committee Chair and Immediate Past President, Lori Maver presented the slate of officers for the Lions year July 2022 – June 30, 2023, at the Board of Directors and General Club meetings on April 27, 2022, […]
During the two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, so many Easton organizations had to change how they did business and serve our community. As part of the Lions annual Celebration of Easton event to honor the the schools, businesses, and town administration, we’ve created a new Celebration Storybook section here. This will highlight stories of […]
There’s a lot of things blamed on me that never happened. But then, there’s a lot of things that I did that I never got caught at. Johnny Cash Don’t get “blamed” for missing a great show this Friday night! Get “caught” at Easton Live presenting Counterfeit Cash at the Hall on Foundry! Doors open at 6:30 with […]
The Easton Lions Club met on March 9, 2022, for its first Wednesday of the month meeting. After a successful Board of Directors meeting the Club meeting began with the traditional 5-point opening and a traditional Irish feast also known as “boiled dinner.” The corned beef and cabbage served up by Arlene Keach’s Food Committee came from […]
Many thanks to Pratima and Ram Penumarthy for talking about their new non-profit Volunteering for Seniors, started in June 2021. Here is a summary about Volunteering For Seniors (VSF) VFS’s mission is to reduce loneliness and isolation among elders and help them stay more energetic. We aim at making sure that they blend into their […]
A member interest story: If you’ve assembled a Lego kit, you know that the directions are in pictures. But if you were blind, the pictures do not help. 🙁 This is where Matthew Shifrin’s podcast, “Blind Guy Travels” at Radiotopia comes in. You will be amazed when you hear it.
“One of the cruelest ironies is that the best gestures often arise out of terrible circumstances. The tornadoes that ravaged the Midwest caused unimaginable damage, and their impact will last generations.” said Andrew Parker (Club president) in an email to members. The destruction in Kentucky is truly devastating. It has brought to bear a spirit […]