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The San Geronimo Valley Lions Club held its annual Crab Feed; a fund raising project where all proceeds go to charity. This year the Crab Feed was a tremendous success.



San Geronimo Valley Lions reconstructed the bike/pedestrian path on Sir Francis Drake Blvd, across from the community center, providing a safe path to school with guard rails.



San Geronimo Valley Lions performed major maintenance to the SGV Community Center preschool playground. Visit the community center and see the great work and volunteer for the next best SGV Lions project.



The San Geronimo Valley Lions completed construction of a new Forest Knolls bus shelter on Castro Street across from the post office. Comments received: ‘THANK YOU LIONS’, ‘Wow it is beautiful’, Cute Doll House and ‘Great for the winter rains



San Geronimo Valley Lions completed construction of a new Forest Knolls bus shelter on Castro Street across from the post office. Comments received: ‘THANK YOU LIONS’, ‘Wow it is beautiful’, Cute Doll House and ‘Great for the winter rains’ (w



San Geronimo Valley Lions completed construction of a new Forest Knolls bus shelter on Castro Street across from the post office. Comments received: ‘THANK YOU LIONS’, ‘Wow it is beautiful’, Cute Doll House and ‘Great for the winter rains’ (w



SGV Lions have several service projects to both educate our youth about the importance of our environment and beautify our community, especially our Papermill Creek.



The picturesque Spirit Rock sits in its expansive meadow, flanked by the 309 acre Roy’s Redwoods open space reserve with giant redwoods that rival Muir Woods for their size and beauty.



Looking directly north from the San Geronimo Ridge you can see Mt St. Helena, approximately 50 miles.



Looking directly south from the San Geronimo Ridge (Whites Hill) you can see Mt Tamalpias, approximately 10 miles.


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