Edison Visionary Lions Club thanks all those who made project SMS ( Some More Smiles) a big success.
With the help of the local community , the community leaders , local business owners. press and media, team EVLC was able to bring smiles on face of more than 35 fire effected children. For details please click here
Please donate to the Woodbridge Fire Victim Children Fund. Click here.
EVLC Starts New Year with a Bang
Edison Visionary Lions Club started new Lionistic year with a celebration of American Independence day. Under the leadership of Lion Anu Chitnis, the club promised a year as spectacular as the fireworks in Edison this week.
Past Cabinet Secretary Lion Anu Chitnis took oath of office in a cozy ceremony as the president of this vibrant club. Lion Narayanan Srinivasan was elected to serve as the new club secretary. Lion Kartika Gupta and Lion Rina Bajpai were elected as treasurer and membership director. Lion Suresh Kanthaswamy and Lion Sam Khan will serve as vice presidents. 2nd Vice Governor Lion Mahesh Chitnis was the installing officer.
Lion Anu said in her acceptance speech, “I am looking forward to lead this group of talented individuals to serve our community. Being the home club of our second vice governor, Lion Mahesh Chitnis, it is our duty to lead by example. We will be creative, coordinated and consistent.”
Since the club’s chartering in 2010, Edison Visionary Lions Club has successfully completed several local and international projects. “LION”, official magazine of Lions Clubs International, recognized their effort by selecting them as “Club of the month” in July/August 2011. The club has undertaken projects like seasonal social for people with special needs, audio/visual screening, toy drive, serving the veterans, free cataract surgeries, early childcare center for underprivileged kids. More details can be found at their website (www.visionarylions.org).
On 4th July, the club joined hands with South Asian Community Outreach to celebrate American Independence day at Pappiani Park in Edison. Besides being one of the three biggest contributors, Lion members did vision screening for more than 100 individuals with no vision insurance. They also entertained the young visitors with fun activities like Patriotic Tattoos, Face painting, Henna tattoos and variety of games. This event symbolized unity in diversity. Lion Sam Khan is the founder of South Asian Community Outreach.
Members of the Lions club worked tirelessly for the success of this event. They helped SACO selflessly in creating audio/visual presentations, distributing flyers, putting up lawn signs, signing up vendors, soliciting sponsorships, and volunteering for several tasks. Members of their cub program and members of North Brunswick Visionary Leos Club supported them. The event was attended by more that 12,000 members of the community. Among the notable dignitaries were Mayor Antonia Ricigliano, State Senator Joseph Kyrillos, State Senator Sam Thompson and members of Edison council.
Lions Clubs International is the world’s largest service club organization with more than 1.35 million members in approximately 45,000 clubs in more than 208 countries and geographical areas around the world. Since 1917, Lions clubs have aided the blind and visually impaired and made a strong commitment to community service and serving youth throughout the world. For more information about Lions Clubs International, visit the Web site at www.lionsclubs.org.
The Edison Visionary Lions Club has 40 members and meets on 1st Wednesday and 3rd Saturday of the month at Minnie B. Veal Community Center in Edison. They are committed to being “Loving Individuals Offering Needed Service” with a motto “Vision Beyond Sight”. For more information or to get involved, please contact them at email@example.com
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Lions Clubs International is the world's largest service club organization with more than 1.3 million members in approximately 45,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world.