We are dedicated to serving the Easton community, to stimulate community spirit, encourage personal development, to provide financial and material resources to benefit our community and the Massachusetts Lions Eye Research Fund's goal to fund research related to the prevention and cure of eye-related diseases.
Don’t hesitate to ask us something. Email us directly firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at the Thrift Store at 508-230-5466 (LION).
Our Mailing Address is:
P.O. Box 1032
Easton, MA 02334
You can also stop by the Thrift Store at 192 Washington Street, North Easton, MA, on the corner of Route 138 and Elm Street, on Wednesdays and Saturdays to speak with a Lion. (the Washington Street location is NOT a valid mailing address for the Lions)
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We meet on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month at the VFW on the corner of Rockland Street and Allen Road September through June. Check our Event Calendar for exact locations. Contact any Lion Member to be our "no obligation" guest for dinner at one of our upcoming meetings.
Lori was born and raised in Brockton MA. She went straight into the U.S. Air Force, right out of High School, and then began her 32 years (so far) in law enforcement. Lori is recently retired from the Brockton Police Department and is now president of her family business, Maver Memorials, Inc. in Brockton. Lori takes pride in volunteer and charity work. She’s volunteered with Pan Mass Challenge for 7 years, plays in several charity hockey tournaments to support autism and cancer research, and animal shelters in many locations. Ultimately, Lori joined the Easton Lion's Club to participate in a new way of community service and volunteer work.
First Vice President
Doc Mudd is a proud 12-year member of the Easton Lions. In his spare time, he is a board-certified physician and fellow of the American College of Physicians. If you ever need to find him outside of the Lions he is either working or swimming laps at the Easton Y!
Second Vice President
After a twenty-plus career in state government Andrew left public service to join one of the largest specialty contractors in New England. Fifteen years later, in the middle of one of the hottest construction booms in the history of the country, Andrew found that he missed community service, and joined the Club at the suggestion of his friend and neighbor, Kevin McIntyre. Andrew believes that Easton is a good town that is made great by civic groups, like the Lions. In addition to working on political campaigns and issues which he is restricted by Club rules and common sense from discussing, Andrew was formerly involved with the Old Colony YMCA, and served as a representative to the Department of Public Health’s first Catastrophic Illness in Children Relief Fund Commission. He has advanced degrees from Simmons College, and the University of Massachusetts, and wears a hard-hat and steel-toed boots to work. Andrew lives with his wife, Lee, in North Easton within easy walking distance of three Lee Williams’ town dedications.