Serving the community since 1953
The Paxtang Lions stand ready and able to serve the local community through the efforts of our club members and with the help of many sponsors and indiviudual donors. Throughout the years the Club has worked to provide funding and support to programs for the visually impaired, Paxtang Borough events, volunteer firefighters, youth sports programs, the PA Lions Beacon Lodge and many other worthy programs and organizations that serve many needs. Please take a moment to view the pages here and consider how you can join us in serving those in need, your neighbors, and the Lions International goals.
We meet twice per month and all are welcome to attend a meeting as a guest or perhaps as a speaker. Just contact one of the members listed on our contact page to join in the fun.
Please check our Calendar for upcoming events and programs that you may want to attend or support.
The Lions Toast: "Not above you, not beneath you, but With You"
Please click on the below link to see what the Paxtang Lions Club is all about and also to see why each and every past and present member donates their valuable time to such a worthy organization:
On November 22, 2016, the Paxtang Lions were fortunate enough to have Kerry Zeiders, Coach (yellow shirt) and Kristie Davis (far right), Program Director, Special Olympics PA, Area M, come and explain how someone can volunteer with the Special Olympics and all of wonderful things that the Special Olympics does for our community. Also, present in the picture are PDG Bill Tuttle and President Donna Wedig.
On November 22, 2016, the Paxtang Lions inducted two new members into its club, Lion Alexandra Stambaugh (2nd from right) and Lion Rob Herman (2nd from left). Also present in the picture are PDG Frank Wedig (far left), President Donna Wedid (middle) anf 2nd Vice District Goverrnor Keldeen Stambaugh. We are so proud to have such wonderful new members in the club and we look forward to helping them grow into the Lions we know they could be!!
On November 10, 2016, the Paxtang Lions Club hosted a Zone Meeting. Present from left to right, Vice President Paul Morcom, Zone Chair Michael Stephens, Zone Chair Georgie Neufer, President Donna Wedig and 2nd Vice District Governor Keldeen Stambaugh
On November 10, 2016, Major John Pfau (left) spoke about Veterans Day at the Paxtang Lions regular club meeting. Also present in the picture are President Donna Wedig and Vice-President Paul Morcom
PAXTANG HALLOWEEN PARADE OCTOBER 25, 2016
Another Fantastic Paxtang Halloween Parade put together by the Paxtang Lions Club, with special kudos to Parade Chair Lion Rick Waltz!!
For Parade results check out "Paxtang Lions Club Halloween Parade" to the left under HOME
The Paxtang Lions inducted two new members at its October 13, 2106 meeting. From left to right, PDG Lion Bill Tuttle, new member Lion Gary Lenz, Past President Lion Keldeen Stambaugh, President Lion Donna Wedig, new member Lion Connie Herman. Congratulations to our newest members!!!
On October 13, 2016, Corporal Brandon Pokrop (second from left) and Chief Jason Umberger (third from left), from the Swatara Police Department, were the guest speakers at the Paxtang Lions regular club meeting. Past President Lion Keldeen Stambaugh (left) and President Lion Donna Wedig (right).
Lions Paul Morcom, Dorothy Louis and Angie Krietzer at Sam's Club for White Cane Days on October 2, 2016
Lions Frank Wedig, Joyce Tuttle, King Lion Donna Wedig and Bill Tuttle at Sam's Club White Cane Days on October 1, 2016
Paxtang Lions helping out at the Annual Paxtang Fire Company Crabfest on September 24, 2016
Past President Lion Joyce Tuttle (left) presenting gavel to incoming President for 2016/2017 Lion Donna Wedig (right)
Lion Joyce Tuttle receiving Melvin Jones Award from past reciprient Lion Bob Knerr at annual Charter Night Banquet
Lion of the Year Award being presented to Lion Donna Wedig (right) from past reciprient Lion Joyce Tuttle (left) at annual Charter Night banquet
PAXTANG PATRIOT DASH JULY 4, 2016 RESULTS
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Peace Poster Winnings: From left to right - Teacher, Ann Durand; 2nd Place Cayden Brixius; 1st Place Rachel Hitz; 3rd Place Dylan Duke; King Lion Joyce Tuttle
Annual Paxtang Lions Club Easter Egg Hunt at Saussaman Park on March 19, 2016
Some of the Paxtang Lions and Paxtang Leos participating in the annual Bowlathon on March 12, 2016.
Some of the Paxtang Lions Club and Paxtang Leos at the annual Paxtang Borough Christmas Tree Lighting on December 6, 2015 at the Paxtang Borough Building Gym
At our November 24, 2015 meeting, we welcomed Chris Pollock, one of the first human hand transplants, to our meeting. He told us how he lost his hands in a farm accident and what he has gone through since it happened. Also present was Rachel Pronesti, member of the Leo Club, who raised money to purchase winter hats and gloves for needy children.
At our November 12, 2015 meeting, Janis Creason, Dauphin County Treasurer, (2nd from left) spoke about the new Small Games of Chance laws.
The Paxtang Lions at Sam's Club collecting money for White Cane Days on October 30-31, 2015
THANK YOU TO ALL THOSE WHO PARTICIPATED IN THE PATRIOT DASH-5K ON
JULY 4, 2015.
Click on the following link for the results:
Click here for last years race results:
On October 8, 2015, weatherman Brett Thackara from ABC 27 spoke at the Paxtang Lions Club's regular meeting. Brett spoke about being a weatherman and the preparation and skills necessary to accurately determine the weather.
Members of the Paxtang Lions Club volunteering their time to help out the Paxtang Fire Company at its annual CRABFEST on September 19, 2015.
On August 27, 2015, our guest speaker at our regular club meeting was Bill Hornung (center) from Hornung's Hardware. Bill enlighted us all to household products and tools. Also in the picture is Lion Donna Wedig (left) and King Lion Joyce Tuttle.
2014/2015 Lion of the Year Award reciprient Lion Joyce Tuttle (right) receiving award from past recipient Lion Elaine Knehr (left).
2015/2016 Club President Joyce Tuttle (left) receiving gavel from Past Club President Keldeen Stambaugh (right)
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