It is that time of year, the Aston Lions are having the Spring Pancake Breakfast! Where do you ask?  The Aston Community Center, of course.  When? why on March 26, 2017 from 7:30 AM until 12 PM.  The menu is pancakes, sausage, tater tots, scrambled eggs, hot tea, coffee, and of course choclate milk for the children.  What is the cost?  Why only $8 for adults, $4 for children, and those little ones under 2 eat free.  Where can you get seconds for that price? 





On December 10 the Aston Lions provided toys for 51 children.  After toy shopping they and their parents went to Pennell Elementary for refreshments and a visit with SANTA.

For nearly 70 years the Aston Lions have provided a Christmas Party for invited children from our community.  

If you would like to make a donation to this worthy cause!  

Send a check to Aston Lions C. F., Inc.

PO Box 2052, Aston, PA  19014-0052.

Note Children's Party on memo.



Thank you to all who attended our pancake breakfast and those who supported us with donations.


Thank you to Wells Fargo Bank for

                      making us a recipient of your service club award!_


Meet the 68th President of the Aston Township Lions, Robert Shufelt.

     Robert was born in Albany, New York and graduated from Maple Hill High in Castleton-on-the-Hudson, New York.  He attended SUNY Buffalo where he met Marion McCart.  He graduated in 1968 with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering.  On June 21, 1969 he and Marion were married at White Creek United Methodist Church in New York. He then attended Penn State University and graduated in 1970 with a M.S. in Chemical Engineering.  Robert and Marion have been residents of Aston Township since 1974. Robert retired in February, 2005 after working thirty-five years for Sunoco as a Chemical Engineer. Robert and Marion are members of Mt. Hope United Methodist Church were he is Chairman of the Board of Trustees.

     Robert's goals are to continue the long legacy of the Aston Lions service to the needy and the community, encourage member participation in all Lions activities and organize some new and fun events.


The Aston Lions awarded two $500 scholarships to Sun Valley High School Seniors, Nina Novotni and Jocelyn Romesburg.

     One hundred dollar education awards were made to Northley Middle School students, Erin Billigmeier and Lindsay Ferguson.  Samantha Chambers was the recipient from Holy Family Regional Roman Catholic School. 


The Aston Lions elected the following officers for 2015-2016.


President Robert Shufelt, 1st Vice President James Longhurst, 2nd Vice-President Merle Lewis, 3rd Vice-President David Toomey, Immediate Past President Michael Petrillo, Recording Secretary Walter Longhurst, Financial Secretary Robert Hoyt, Treasurer Harry Corson, Tail Twisters John Hinderhoffer and Donald Mercadante, Lions Tamers John Vernon and Al Donato, Chaplain Rodderick Powell, Membership Chair James Hinderhofer, Directors for One Year Earl Parris, John Saudarg, Robert Sexton, Franklin Gahres, Directors for Two Years Walter Byrne, William Flick, Wlliam White, and Paul Maletsky. 

Help them lead this club to the best Year Ever!











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