October means Cider Days!
Tallmadge Lions will be selling cider every Saturday in October (all five) on East Ave in Tallmadge from 9AM until we are sold out (usually about Noon). The cider is fresh from the press at Geig's Orchard and is $6.00/gallon. All proceeds go to Lions causes. We greatly appreciate the support of our community!
Anyone wishing to donate used eyeglasses can hand them to any of the Lions Volunteers during Cider Days. Thank you!
Tallmadge Mayor and Lion Dave Kline is standing by ready to sell cider on October 3rd in the cold, wind and rain.
Tallmadge Mayor and Lion Dave Kline finishes a sale on October 3rd.
Somwhere under the foul weather gear is Lions Steph Hixon and Dan Plazo ready to sell cider.
Vision Screening Season
Shool Nurse Kathleen Colesi oversees Lions from Copley, Cuyahoga Falls and Tallmadge as we set up for vision screening at David Bacon in Tallmadge on October 1st 2015.
Cuyhoga Falls Lion Jim Hammil has the best seat in the house for the preschool vision screening at Kiddie Kollege in Tallmadge on September 24th 2015.
Lions Freda, Dolores, Dr. Hound, Lions Steph and Grant with Head Start Staff on 8-7-15.
Lions Freda and Georgetta take a break from the screening on 8-7-15.
Lions Freda Smyth and Pam Ream at Five Points Head Start on 8-6-15 taking a break from the vision screening.
Lions Chuck Victor, Paula Victor and Freda Smyth ready to screen on 8-6-15 at Akron Head Start.
Lions Georgetta Geasley and Dolore Rusinoff enjoy a break in the action on 8-6-15 at Akron Head Start's vision screening.
Tallmadge Lions Welcome Pilot Dog Recipient
At our July 21st meeting retired school teacher, published freelance author and photogropher Mary Keck spoke to the club. Her talk was very interesting, since she is a first time Pilot Dog recipient. Mary has lost her vision to a disease late in life, but has done a wonderful job adjusting with the help of 'Sir Charles', aka Chuck her pilot dog. Members had lots of question for her, and the club presented a check for $10,000.00 to PDG Lion Jay Gray, Executive Director of Lions Pilot Dogs in Columbus Ohio to cover the cost of training of another Pilot Dog and it's recipient (the new owners need training too!)
Mary Keck with her Pilot Dog Sir Charles aka Chuck
Tallmadge Lions Club Treasurer Lion Dan Plazo presents a check for a Pilot Dog to PDG Lion Jay Gray, Executive Director of Lions Pilot Dogs of Columbus OH.
How brave are Tallmadge Lions?
IT IS COMING!
The Tallmadge Lions Spaghetti Dinner dates have been announced. They will be:
September 12, 2015
November 14, 2015
January 9, 2016
March 12, 2016
Dinner includes a salad, all you care to eat spaghetti, beverage and desert and it is still only $7.00 for adults and $3.00 for children under 12. Bring the whole family and get a great meal for a low price, all while helping your Tallmadge Lions Club!
Dinner is from 4:30PM to 7:00PM. Take out orders welcome. Call ahead at 330-630-3120 and we will have it ready when you arrive.
Want an easy way to help the support research and help those with Juvenile Diabetes? Just swing by the Howe Road Shopping Plaza and drop off unwanted items at the collection bins!
We are saddened by the loss of our longtime member, and friend, Lion Arldon Smyth.
He worked so long and hard on Lions causes. He will be greatly missed.
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|
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($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!
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