District Happenings – September 2017

Blink of an Eye 5k Run and Walk - Di struct 33S

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District 33S events in September

Monday, September 11, 2017: Eyeglass Cleaning

The Eye Glass Recycling Committee is holding two (2) eyeglass washing and bagging events at

Raynham Lions Hall
2234 King Phillip St
Raynham, MA

1:00PM -3:00PM and 6:30 PM -9:00 PM

This is a District wide event and is open to all clubs. Mark your calendars and invite your members to come and help with this project. This is a great opportunity to meet and catch up with other Lions from the District. With a additional opportunity to gain credit for the R.O.A.R. and P.R.I.D.E. programs by notifying your club secretary of your attendance.

Please email Matt Soeldner, Easton Lions Club Secretary,  (fozzie215@yahoo.com) or Nate, Eyeglass Recycling Chair, (nate@natehelge.com).

Looking forward to your help on the 11th and if there is enough Lions in attendance to help we will start separating glasses between metal and plastic frames for recycling. If any clubs are looking to wash eye glasses as a club event, twinning or zone project we are willing to travel if you have the place.


Saturday, September 30, 2017: Blink of an Eyed 5K Run & Walk

It’s a full weekend event at Scusset Beach State Reservation in Sandwich, MA.  with the walk/run, children’s activities, lots of food, and a DJ during the day on Saturday, a dinner Saturday night, and breakfast Sunday morning!

Camping available for Friday and Saturday nights at beautiful Scusset Beach on the Cape Cod Canal. The Lions have camping spaces in the Safari area, so please contact Halifax Lion Ken Corti at 781-336-9711 (cell) or lionken@gmail.com (email) to reserve a spot.  He will need to know your name, how many folks, and RV/pop-up/tents that will be camping over.  The www.reserveamerica.com website  will only let you register for the regular sites, not the Safari site.

For the 5K Run you should register online through our RaceWire registration site.  Runners are also encouraged to use the pledge form to raise money for research to find a cure for preventable blindness.   Walkers only are encouraged to use the pledge form.

Packets can be downloaded at http://e-district.org/sites/33s/page-8.php.  Only those raising at least $100.00 will be given tee shirts.

Looking to do more?

District 33S – Hearing Foundation

The Hearing Foundation Always Needs Board Members

The Hearing Foundation is a District 33S Foundation that belongs to the Lions of District 33S only. District 33S Lions can serve as voting members of this foundation and we need to have representation from throughout are district. Please consider volunteering some of your time. The Hearing Foundation is looking for Lion members that would like to serve on the BOD as a director or as advisers. The Hearing Foundation meets on the second Tuesday of each month from 6:00PM to 7:00 PM in Somerset at 1122 Riverview Road (Route 138) Somerset.

The committee meets to review and vote on Hearing Application submitted by Lions Clubs of District 33S. District 33S Hearing Foundation is presently in need of 1 Voting Director and few Advisers.

All interested Lions should contact Hearing Foundation Presiden, PDG Ray Moreau Phone (508) 380 -9736 or Email lionsray@gmail.com

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