Welcome to the Concord Lions Club

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The Concord Lions Club proudly serves the Concord, Massachusetts community and Lions projects worldwide. Chartered in 1941, the Concord Lions Club is a member of Lions Clubs International, the world's largest service organization. Our motto is "We Serve", and Lions members generously volunteer their time to humanitarian causes, with a particular focus on service to the blind and visually impaired.

Our club raises money for Eye Research, special devices to help individuals with vision disabilities, Clara Barton Camp for diabetic children, Rescue Aid for Concord Fire Department, Concord Recreational Center, scholarships for CCHS & Minuteman Regional High School students, and other local area needs. We collect eyeglasses for processing and distribution to third world countries, gloves, hats and scarves for residents of the Lazarus House.

Hopefully, you've seen us at our Den, the concession stand at the Concord-Carlisle High School football games. We enjoy serving hotdogs, warm beverages, and light snacks to fans. You can also find us serving a delicious pancake breakfast during the annual Patriot's Day parade in Concord. And we sponsor other fundraising events such as an annual concert, a (new this year) annual Car Show, and Family Magic Show. All of the proceeds raised at our events support Lion's causes.

We also organize and/or participate in several community events in Concord, including a Valentine's Day luncheon for members of the Council on Aging and the annual Minuteman ARC Walk. 

The Concord Lions Club meets every second Tuesday of the month (September through June) at 7:00 pm at Papa Razzi Restaurant in Concord. The Borad of Directors meet to discuss business issues on the fourth Tuesday of the month at Concord Park, 68 Commonwealth Avenue, Concord.

Thank you for your support and for helping us help others!




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