Jim Baker, Bob Grella, Doc Mudd, Amos Keddem

Back in October….

The Lions represented at the NRT Harvest Fair… thank you to all of the volunteers who turned out for the beautiful day at the NRT

Rockery cleanup crew from the Easton Lions on the Roackery in Easton, MA. on November 20, 2021

Rockery Clean-up Crew – 2021

by Jon Morgan: A merry crew of Lions swept down on the Rockery on Saturday, November 20th, with rakes, brooms and blowers in hand.  Quick work of the leaves was made by our team, and a new record was set for the Rockery clean-up. Lions hands included…

Easton Lions Club's trainlers at the Easton Fire Station #3 on Bay Road in South Easton

Lions Tame Trailers at Fire Station

by Jon Morgan: In preparation for the upcoming Holiday Festival, chairperson Michelle McGee (also our Club’s Marketing Communications Chair) rallied some elves to clean out and organize the storage trailers at Easton Fire Station #3 on Bay Road – and what a terrific job they did…

Where There’s a Need There’s a Lion

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!

Rockery Clean-up 2020

By Jon Morgan, On Saturday, November 21, a group of spirited Lions enjoyed a remarkable day at the Rockery preparing the area for our new display.  My thanks go out to Lions Suzanne Bump, John Mallers, Michael Ferrara, Steve Wilson, Greg Murphy, Dan Ferguson, Jim McSherry, Ed Hands, Rob Goodrich and Bob Cunha for beautifying the area!

Easton Lions Habitat for Humanity Work Day

Last month the Easton Lions Club Board of Directors approved a grant to South Shore Habitat for Humanity in support of a house being built in North Easton. The Board suggested augmenting its donation with an in-kind contribution of labor. Club reaction was immediate. Enough Lions volunteers to fill two work days. And of course the first day was rained …

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Eye Glasses Array of Styles.

Eye Glasses Cleaning and Cabinet Meeting

From our Third VP – Matt Soeldner Eye Glasses Cleaning After having off the month of July the Eyeglass Cleaning will be starting up again in August. The following Mondays have been set aside to clean and sort eyeglasses. This is a great way to meet new Lions and get ideas on projects that they run, the good and the …

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“Santa for Seniors” Project 2018

By Nancy Sullivan The “Santa for Seniors Project” has been an Annual Project of the Easton Lions for the past four years.  It is our way, and the Town’s way, of providing a “happy moment in time” at the Holiday Season – a moment in which the elderly citizens who are “hospitalized” at the South East Regional Rehabilitation and Skilled …

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Holiday Festival 2018 Volunteers Needed

by Jon Morgan Thank you to all the many Lions who answered the call for help this past Saturday on November 24th!  We needed one more set up day to tie up some loose ends and get the lights working for the Festival this weekend!  We had the much-appreciated help of the following Lions: Andrew Parker Bob Moulton Dan Ferguson …

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Holiday Festival Houses December 2017.

Festival Decoration Set-up Recap

by Jon Morgan What a turnout we had on Saturday, Nov. 17 for the Holiday Festival set up!  Mother Nature gave us terrific weather, we had a huge gang of Lions on hand to set up the displays, and David Howe generously provided Jim and Andrew to operate the machine that put the displays in place, saving many sore backs! …

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