MLERF Journey for Sight Canal Walk

This Saturday, September 24th, some of the members of the Easton Lions will be joining Lions from all over eastern Massachusetts at Scusset Beach to walk the Cape Cod Canal to raise money for MLERF. When you support the Easton Lions Club, you support many things. You support local organizations like Easton Wings of Hope […]

A Message from our New District Governor Bob Coluci

GOVERNOR BOB’S MESSAGEFellow lions welcome to the new year as we continue to give back and fulfill our passions of helping others. I think I have made every effort to build a great District Team to work with you and answer all your questions. Feel free to contact anyone of us during the year. I […]

Other Lions Clubs…

It is a sad day when a Lions Club folds.  Last month, after 68 years as a Club, the Yorktown Lions Club in Indiana, which was down to five members, suspended operations. The Easton Lions Club is a massive Club.  We have 171 members entering the 2022-2023 Lionistic Year.  We are huge.  In membership… in […]

Best Website in District 33S

From President Andrew Parker:  “If you see the great Matt Cioffi around town give him a couple dozen high fives. At… [the] District 33S Cabinet Advisory meeting the Easton Lions Club website was named the Best in District 33S for the second/third/fourth/fifth (we forget how many exactly) year in a row… Many Lions Clubs have […]

District 33S End of Year

District Governor Martin Middleton thanks Nancy Sullivan, District Global Action Team  On Tuesday, June 14th the fourth and final District 33S Cabinet Advisory meeting was held at Redmen Hall Wareham with a maple pork dinner provided by the Rochester Lions Club.  The Easton Lions Club was represented with President Andrew Parker, Incoming President Jim Abate, […]

Multi-District 33

In the past couple of months MD33 has been busy at work wrapping up and getting ready for Lionistic year 2021-2022 and 2022-2023 respectively. In March, District 33S held its Cabinet Advisory meeting in Wareham and President Andrew Parker, Secretary Nancy Sullivan, and Marketing Communication Chair, Michelle McGee were in attendance. Clubs from 33S shared […]

District Notes – Winter 2019

District 33-S Presidents Logo 2018-2019 Kathy Salem

by Matt Soeldner: I know that it is hard to believe but there are things to do after the Auction. If you are not too tired on March 4th and again on the 18th there will be an eyeglass cleaning and sorting taking place at the Raynham Lions Club on King Phillip Rd in Raynham. Stop down and meet a few Lions from other clubs, have a few laughs and clean some glasses.

News From the District Feb 2019

George Washington in Gracho glasses.

by Matt Soeldner: The district is holding their next eye glass cleaning at the Raynham Lions Hall on February 18.  Other meetings are the 3rd Cabinet Advisory Meeting on March 25 in Taunton and State Convention May 3-5 in Sturbridge. I also have a coffee gift basket to raffle off at the Easton Lions meeting on Feb 13.

Winter District 33-S Happenings

District 33S logo Kathy Salem

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 […]

Blink of an Eye – 5K, 10K and Walk

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 […]