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.
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.
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 […]
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 […]
From District 33N:
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 […]
With the auction done for another year we have two tasks remaining, returning lawn signs to John Mallers and gathering at the postmortem auction meeting on April 8, we need to know what went well, what did not, and how to evolve the event for next year. See our event calendar for agenda. STATE CONVENTION: We also need 16 delegates for the State Convention on Apr27-29. Contact Secretary Matt Soeldner if you can be a delegate, details in the post.
District news from from Matt Soeldner, Club Secretary. It is going to get busy for the Lions of District 33S in the coming months. There are two eyeglass cleaning sessions in March, and at least one in April, May and June, at the Raynham Lions Club, maybe we could host? We also have the 3rd Cabinet Advisory meeting, and the State Convention at the end of April in Mansfield.
from Matt Soeldner, Club Secretary Hope you all had a good holiday and are looking forward to a New Year full of Lions adventures. Speaking of Lions adventures, the District 33-S Mid-Winter Conference takes place January 5-7 at the 1620 Hotel in Plymouth (formerly the Radisson) at 180 Water Street. We’re hosting a sales table on […]
Did you know that failing to detect amblyopic (impaired or dim vision) risk factors in children may lead to partial or full blindness or issues with child development or social-emotional behavior? Or that 1/4 of school aged children suffer from a vision disorder? Or that vision disability is the single most prevalent disabling condition among […]