The Suburban Lions Club supports the community through various programs & activities:
  • Adopt-A-Highway clean-up crew
  • Red Cross Blood Drives
  • Lions Camp Merrick for Blind, Deaf, or Diabetic Children and Adults
  • Boys and Girls Club
  • Leader Dogs for the Blind
  • Special Olympics
  • Humanitarian and Disaster Relief
  • Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)
  • Lions Community Outreach Foundation
  • Medical Equipment loan and recycling
  • Community Health Fairs
  • Vision and Hearing Screenings
  • Eyeglass and Hearing Aid recycling
  • Visual impairment treatments
  • Pre-School Vision Screening
  • School Supplies for underprivileged children
  • Lions Low Vision Research Foundation at Johns Hopkins University
  • Holiday Baskets for disadvantaged families
  • Donations to local Churches, Schools, and Fire Departments
 Suburban Lions Club Christmas Tree Fundraiser
The Christmas Tree Project is our major fundraiser that finances most of our donations throughout the year. It is supported entirely by the volunteer efforts of Suburban Lions Club members, their families and friends.
100% of the proceeds from the tree and wreath sales are used to support a variety of community needs.
Cut the week of Thanksgiving, these Lions Christmas Trees are some of the freshest trees available.
Tree Lot Hours
(starting Saturday after Thanksgiving until we’re sold out around mid-December)
Weekdays    4:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Weekends 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Located on east bound Greenbelt Rd (Route 193) and Holladay Tyler Rd. between Lanham Severn Rd (Route 564) and Prospect Hill Rd.
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