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 […]
Tonight, on a beautiful July evening, Immediate Past President Andrew Parker and President Jim Abate met with the Mathers family at the Hall on Foundry to present a $500 check to honor Bear Mathers. This year marks the 10th Anniversary of Bear’s Run which is in remembrance of Bear who was killed in 2013 in […]
“That’s All Folks! From Monday, June 13th through Sunday, June 19th the Easton Lions Club celebrated the presidency of Andrew Parker for the 2021-2022 Lions year with a Fundraiser Coffee from The Beanery. The delicious concoction of iced coffee, Buzz, cinnamon and vanilla was a roaring success! The Beanery was happy to report that 66 […]
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, […]
This month 2nd Vice President “Doc” David Mudd prepared the generously donated eyeglasses that were collected at Brockton City Hall for Haitian earthquake relief! Thanks to all who participated!
When holiday shopping online at Amazon, remember to use SMILE.amazon.com! This special address, instead of www.amazon.com, tells Amazon to make a donation a 0.5% of the purchase price of your AmazonSmile orders that are eligible to the Lions Club of Easton Fountation, Inc. Note the SMILE in the address. There is absolutely no cost to you! […]
From District 33N:
Lions, you may already know this, but you are leaders. You are leaders in service, you are leaders in kindness, and you are leaders in your community. Where there is a need, there is a Lion willing to step up and take on the job. Your community members look to you for strength when times are tough.
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.
LCIF turns 50 in 2018. What is LCIF and did you know about the Lions Quest program? To be honest, I’ve been a Lion since 2012, and never heard of Lions Quest. In January, when I became the official Club LCIF Coordinator, it was time to dig-in and learn. And whoa, I quickly realized how little I knew! … I’ll try to share an inspirational story from LCIF with y’all monthly. This edition has one story from Finland and one from Alaska. Follow the links to discover more.