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CIDER SALES START SATURDAY OCTOBER 4 2014
We have had several questions about when cider sales will begin. Th answer? We will be on East Ave off Tallmadge Circle selling fresh apple cider every Saturday in October at 9AM. We will sell until we run out, usually about noon. Thanks for your continued support!
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!
SAVE THE DATE - FEBRUARY 7 2015
ALL YOUR FAVORITE CHEFS, AND POTENTIALLY NEW ONES TOO!
THE TALLMADGE LIONS CELEBRITY CHEFS EVENT WILL ONCE AGAIN BE HELD AT ROSES RUN IN STOW OH. TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE SOON, SO SAVE THE DATE AND PLAN ON ATTENDING AND ENJOYING THE RAFFLES, AUCTIONS, FUN AND FOOD.
IT IS SEPTEMBER - SCHOOL IS BACK IN SESSION AND WE ARE BACK IN BUSINESS PERFORMING PRESCHOOL VISION SCREENINGS
LION STEPH HIXON WORKS WITH THE WELCH ALLYN SURE SIGHT AT HEAD START IN AKRON
LIONS FREDA SMYTH AND PAM REAM PERFORM A STEROPSIS SCREENING AT HEAD START IN AKRON
No screening can be done without clean glasses, and the sticker lady. Lion Georgetta Geasley hands out stickers while Lion Curt Carlton cleans the glasses.
This screening had a surprise, not just one, but two clowns as Ronald McDonald showed up to demonstrate the proper dress code to our resident clown, Lion Curt Carlton.
The schedule is being set, more schools will be seeing our screeners this September.
LIONS SPAGHETTI DINNER
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13, 2014
ALL YOU CARE TO EAT $7.00 ADULTS / $3.00 CHILDREN 12 AND UNDER
TALLMADGE LIONS HALL 245 NORTHEST AVE
PICKUP AND CARRYOUT AVAILABLE
CALL AHEAD AT 330-633-5739
CELEBRATED 75 YEARS OF SERVICE
Friday, August 9th 2013
Guys Party Center
Past International Director Lion Stephen Sherer presents Tallmadge Lions Roy Morrow with a Melvin Jones Fellowship Award, the highest honor available in Lions. Lion Roy was given the award for his countless hours of work on Lions projects and his dedication to improvement in our community.
Mayor Lion Dave Kline read a proclomation from the City of Tallmadge, thanking the Lions for their seventy-five years of service in the city and recognizing the club as the longest running service organization iin the city.
Past International Director Lion Stephen Sherer inducted the officers for the 2013-2014 Lion Year at the 75th Celebration.
Lions Pam Ream and Ida Van Gilder enjoy a moment. Lion Georgetta Geasley 'Lady in Red'
PDG Lion Marty and her husband Lion Dick Dennis
Lion Jim Klages and his wife, PDG Lion Dona Klages
Lion Pam Ream presents a 'corny' award to Lion Jim Lostetter as his wife Marty watches.
Lions Nancy and Bill Skinner
For Rental Information call 330-633-0855 between 9AM and 2PM local Monday through Friday or send your name, the date required and your phone number by email to PShonk@tallmadge-ohio.org. The hall includes a complete kitchen with coffee maker, six burner stove, oven, microwave, cooking utensils, pots, pans, flatware, dishes etc.
The hall seats 100 (capacity 125) with table and chairs provided for you to set up as you prefer. There are sixteen eight foot long tables, and eight six foot round tables with folding chairs to seat 115. The hall is air conditioned, and has a projection screen for your business or social meetings. It is located in Tallmadge Lions Park with lots of room for outdoor activities and ample parking.
|Monday - Thursday||12:00PM - 5:00PM||$100.00|
|Monday - Thursday||5:30PM - 11:00PM||$100.00|
|Friday-Saturday-Sunday||12:00PM - 5:00PM||$150.00|
|Friday-Saturday-Sunday||5:30PM - 11:00PM||$150.00|
|Holiday||12:00PM - 5:00PM||$150.00|
|Holiday||5:30PM - 11:00PM||$150.00|
You can check availability by clicking here:
($100.00 deposit is required at time of reservation.)
Eyeglass Recycling - Our club collects used, unwanted eyeglasses through multiple collection boxes located throughout the city, or just put them in the box at Tallmadge Lions Hall in Lions Park. If you have any old pairs or eyeglasses lying around your home, please take them to one of our collection boxes and we will recycle them and get them to a person in need. Each year our club collects approximately 1,000 pair of eyeglasses through this recycling program. Please help give others the Gift of Sight!
Lions Clubs International is the world's largest service club organization with more than 1.3 million members in approximately 45,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world.