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Glasgow Lions Club
P.O. Box 404
Bear, DE 19701

"Unselfish Service to the Community"

"WE SERVE"
THE INDIVIDUAL
THE COMMUNITY
THE NATION
THE WORLD

WHO ARE THE GLASGOW LIONS?

The Glasgow Lions Club and the Glasgow Lions Service Foundation are Delaware Corporations composed of a diverse group of community spirited citizens who share a common interest and commitment to community service supporting the Lions motto "We Serve".

The Glasgow Lions membership includes both men and women over the age of 21 who serve the area bounded by I-95, the Maryland state line, Summit Bridge and Rt. 1 in Bear.

The Glasgow Lions have served our community since 1979. As Lions we are part of Lions Club International, headquartered near Chicago, Ill. that includes over 1.3 million members in nearly 46,000 clubs in 193 countries and geographical areas throughout the world.

In Delaware we are one of 38 clubs serving District 22-D (part of Multiple District 22, which covers Delaware, Maryland and Washington D.C.)

 

GLASGOW LIONS EYEGLASS AND HEARING AID COLLECTION BOX LOCATIONS

Fox Run Shopping Center: WSFS, ACME Pharmacy Counter, Simon Eye
Glendale Plaza: Artisans Bank
White Clay Center: DElaware Eye Care Center
Governor's Square II: Halpern Eye Assoc.
People's Plaza: Artisans BAnk, Safeway, Insight Optical, Hearing Services, Lions Building at Wells Fargo Parking Lot
Wilmington: DE Optthalmolog Consultants (Silverside Road), Amtrak Station
Other locations: Glass Kitchen, Elkton Walmart Eye Center, Salem United Methodist Church, Beeson's Funeral Home

 

WHO CAN BECOME A MEMBER?

Membership is by invitation for any adult who wants to join in helping others in the community.

 

WHAT DO LIONS DO?

The primary mission of the Lions of Glasgow, through service and financial assistance, is to help improve the quality of life for those in the community less fortunate then ourselves. We sponsor several fundraisers to support numberous projects.

As Glasgow Lions Members we give freely of our time and energy to enrigh the lives of others and are rewarded by the knowledge that out efforts do make a difference. Community service is our primary purpose and it is what we do best.

 

HOW CAN YOU HELP?

You can help by participating or assisting us on various community projects such as collecting donations for Vision Days, high way cleanups, give you time and energy on our fundraising events such as Newark Community Day, shop AmazonSmile.com and designate Glasgow Lions Club to receive donation every time you shop online. Of course, the most direct way to offer your help is to join the club which is part of the world's largest community service organizations.

 

HOW TO REACH GLASGOW LIONS?

The Glasgow Lions Club meets at 6:30 pm the first and third Tuesday of each month (exclusive of July and August) at the Glass Kitchen Restaurant on Rt. 40 in Glasgow.

For more information about the Glasgow Lions Club projects, fundraisers, membership or services please contact

Lion Lucille Short at (302) 834-0310

Or write to:
Glasgow Lions Club
P. O. Box 404
Bear, DE 19701

 

Home Club of Past Council Chair - PCC Debbie Thompson

Home Club of Past District Governor - PDG Keith Thompson

Home Club of Past District Governor - PDG Dominic Scatasti

OUR 2018-2019 LEADERSHIP

King Lion - Lucille Short
First Vice President - Tommy Lu
Second Vice President - Earl Jaques
Secretary - Rhoby O'Neill
Treasurer - PDG Keith Thompson
Membership Chair - Liz Kelleher
Lion Tamer - David Raughley
Tail Twister - Roy Palo
Immediate Past President - Walter Johnson


Board of Directors
2018-20 Nelson Freidly, Mark Freidly
2017-19 Roy Palo, Ed Short

Past District Governors
PDG Nick Scatasti, PCC Debbie Thompson, PDG Keith Thompson


Committee Roster

50/50 - Tommy Lu
Blue-Gold Football Game - Roy Palo
Blue Rocks Game - Roy Palo
Butterfly Garden - Lucille Short, Joyce Manwiller, Nancy Duncan
(Thurgood Marshall Elementary School)
Car Raffle - Ed Short, Al and Rhoby O'Neill
Chaplain - Ed Short
Club Brochure - Edward Short
Club Bulletin - Ed Short
Club Brochure - Ed Short
Constitution/Bylaws - Earl Jaques
Education/Scholarship - Nelson Freidly
Facebook - Mary Bukar
Finances & Budget - Keith Thompson
Friendly's Family Night - Al O'Neill, Rhoby O'Neill
Glasses Collection - Al O'Neill, Lucille Short
Governor's Ball Brochure - Tommy Lu
Highway Clean Up - Walter Johnson, Mark Freidly
Hospital Equipment - Bill Georgov
Newark Community Day - Roy Palo
Lion History - Edward Short
Peace Poster - Lucille Short
Program/Speakers - Nelson Freidly; Walter Johnson
Sunshine - Nancy Duncan
Texas Roadhouse - Roy Palo
Website - Tommy Lu

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Last Updated: March 22, 2018

 

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