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Legacy Project Updates: Smith Farm & Ali’s Park

LCI Community Legacy Project Centennial Logo

by Matt Cioffi (Immediate Past President) In the last two years, the Easton Lions have supported two community Legacy Projects as part of Lions International Centennial Celebration.  Below is a short progress update on our two major Legacy Projects: Ali’s Park of Easton Dale (2016) In 2016, we donated $8,000 for the basketball court at…

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We Need A Replacement Secretary!

Lions Alpha Ribbon We Serve with a blue hand.

by Matt Soeldner (Secretary) As I mentioned at our election of officers meeting on April 11, this will be my last year as Secretary. Next year will be my 7th year straight year and 11th overall as Secretary. It is time to step back and reflect. I was first elected back in 1990 but actually…

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First Annual Lions Airplane Contest

Colored Paper Airplane array

by Matt Soeldner (Secretary) The time has arrived to channel your inner child. Think back to the end of the school year, the weather is getting warm, the teacher is talking but all you hear is your inner voice’ if you build it, will it fly. It is time for … THE FIRST ANNUAL (we…

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LCIF Partnership with Special Olympics

Special Oplympics, Everyone has a personal best

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.

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Easton Lions Bowling Team In the Zone!

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…

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BOD and Officers Set for 2018-2019

Lions Club International Convetion in Las Vegas 2018

On April 11, 2018, the Easton Lions Club officially voted in the new board of directors and officers for the July 2018-June 2019 Lionistic year.  The installation of the new board will occur on June 6, 2018, at the Easton Country Club.  Additional details will be posted in our Calendar events. The new BOD and officers…

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Weekly Update – March 30, 2018

Easton Lions Auction Car 2018-1972 Volkswagen VW Beetle Convertible - Refurbished

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.

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Officer Nominations 2018-2019

Lions Club International Convetion in Las Vegas 2018

The Club’s Nominating Committee, chaired by Matthew Cioffi, have received approval from the board of directors to bring to the general membership the following nominees for the July 2018 – June 30, 2019. These nominees will formally be presented, in accordance with the by-laws, to the general membership at our meetings on March 28, 2018,…

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Learn More about LCIF and Lions Quest

LCIF 50th anniversary logo

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.

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Busy, Busy, Busy: District Lions News

District 33-S Presidents Logo 2017-2018 Deb Grassi-Together we will

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.

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