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HISTORY

 

GENERAL

Address:  PO Box 99;  Madison, CT 06443

Web Master:  John Hambor
Email: JHAMBOR@snet.net

 

OFFICERS 2014-2015

President:  Don Williams
Email:  dwilliams33@snet.net

203-245-7455

203-214-5981

 Secretary:  Ray Mahon
Email:  raymond_p_mahon@snet.net

Home:  203-245-2599
Cell:  203-535-3292

Treasurer:  Richard Borner
Email:   dasaborner@aol.com
Office:  860-227-8045
Home:  860-663-3456

Membership Chairman:  Fred Lindquist
Email:  frednmeryl@att.net
Home:  203-421-4537

 

A REQUEST FROM THE MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE OF THE MADISON LIONS CLUB

 

[numbers need updating for 2013/2014]

We are asking friends of the Madison Lions Club to recommend to us friends of theirs who might benefit from membership in our club -- and who in turn will benefit the club and the community!

Formed in 1956, the Madison Lions Club is now one of the most successful local organizations, serving the community through volunteer service and financial donations.  The club’s focus is on activities and fundraisers that support Youth, Community and Health.  Plans for the coming year include donations in excess of $37,000 to the greater Madison Community. 

Once an organization for men only, the club now has an increasing number of female members, this year installing its first female club president.  The club’s schedule is “career-friendly” in that meetings are held in the evenings after typical work hours.  In addition, there are a variety of activities to choose from, whether a member prefers to do volunteer work during weekdays, weekends or evenings.  

The club donates to local charities, sponsors youth activities, provides scholarships to local high school graduates, and sponsors Leo Clubs at both Polson Middle School and Daniel Hand High School. 

The club also supports international charities through financial donations.  Furthermore, we have so far enabled the availability of more than forty thousand pairs of eyeglasses to people in need at Ecuador and the Dominican Republic.

If you are interested in learning more about the Madison Lions Club, please contact any member or call Ekkehard Tscholl, at 203-415-1565, or Barry Miller 203-421-3326. Our website can be navigated by clicking any item of interest on the top left margin of each page.

Membership chair Bob Speziale during our Fleamarket

Our past Membership Chairman Bob Speziale

 

Lions Clubs International Objectives

  • To Create and foster a spirit of understanding among the peoples of the world
  • To Promote the principles of good government and good citizenship
  • ToTake an active interest in the civic, cultural, social, and moral welfare of the community
  • To Unite the clubs in the bonds of friendship, fellowship, and mutual understanding
  • To Provide a forum for the open discussion of all matters of public interest, provided however, that partisan politics and sectarian religion shall not be debated by club members
  • To Encourage service-minded men and women to serve their community without personal financial reward, and to encourage and promote high ethical standards in all endeavors

 

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