PO Box 541, Washington, PA 15301
The club was chartered 1927, and sponsored by the downtown Pittsburgh Lions Club. There were only three Lions clubs in existence in Western Pennsylvania then, Pittsburgh, Donora and McKeesport.
Chartered August 10, 1927
THE OLDEST CLUB IN THE DISTRICT
Club Motto: Honesty, Integrity, Charity
Multiple District 14
Meet the 2nd and 4th Wednesday 6 pm
West Chestnut St.
Lemonade Stand Volenteers on September 15, 2016
Lion Jim and King Lion Sue
Lion Gerry and Ralph
October Membership Meetings
. Wed., Oct. 12 @ 6 PM Hawthorne Woods, Locust St., Washington, PA
Please note location change. We are going to visit John Duskey. Please try to attend!
John really looks forward to this meeting!!
Wednesday, Oct. 26 @ 6 PM Ramada Inn., W. Chestnut St.
The District Governor will be speaking. Also we will be installing two new members.
Pat Maggi & Terri Walker
Calling Committee Please call King Lion Sue by Monday at noon for reservations
Board Meeting: Oct. 03, 6pm, South Side Restaurant
The meeting was opened by President Sue McNally, welcoming all members and special guests.
Amy Shriver presented her nonprofit organization “Angel Gowns by Diane”. Amy is the head of the Pennsylvania chapter, one of 20 chapter (states) which have this program. The members and supporters of the organization receive donated bridal dresses and men’s suits to make little gowns and pouches (“wraps”) for the burial of premature still born babies and babies who die within their first year. The organization is in desperate need for volunteers to help in making the gowns. In some months the demand is higher than they can provide. It is all a lack of “manpower”, Amy reported. Material they have plenty. Each wedding dress yields about 15-20 little gowns to dress up the babies on their last journey. Thank you Amy! Amy’s Contact: Ph: 724-263-6061, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
· We had a request to participate in the cost of canine bullet proof vest. Bill Baxendell found a vest at Trappuzanos for $1100. The motion to donate the entire amount was raised. The club will purchase the vest and present it direct to the dog and handler, who will be invited to one of our forthcoming meetings. Bill will continue to lead the project. A request was made by Ralph Fisher to donate $500 to Marlene Day to support her efforts in “A Cure in Sight”. It was also decided to participate again with CYS to buy Christmas presents for kids. More info to follow.
- Farmers Market:. It was decided to end our participation for this year in Sept. Not a lot of demand for Lemonade in Oct. Thanks to everyone who helped make it a success. Also thanks to Carol Broderick for all of her hard work. Tom Roger will be giving a report on the project at the Oct. 12 meeting
· Dec. 02: Christmas Parade with our float or Bill Baxendell’s shiny sled (truck).
- The annual Christmas Party has been set for December 7th at the Ramada Inn. Invitations will be sent out.
Plan on attending.
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What DO We Do
Fund Raising: 100% of funds raised goes to Charity
- Selling Lions Brooms at West Washington Hardware
- Selling garbage bags at Dependable Electric
- Selling Lions Toaster tongs
- Lemonade stand at Summer Farmers Market
- Selling Koeze's Nut products at Christmas
Service and Fun Activity
- Donate to Wounded Warriors
- Award $1000 scholarships to three local high school graduates
- Support the Pony World Series
- Sell concessions for Pony Baseball at the Lion John Duskey Concession Stand at the Pony World Series
- Sponsor 3 campers each year to Beacon Lodge
- Donate to 2000 Turkey Fund
- Maintain the Lions Pavilion at Washington Park
- Give 4 awards to Washington Park School
- Enter the Lions Float in Washington City Christmas Parade
- Support the City Mission
- Support Boy Scouts
- Support Teen Challenge
- Support Pittsburgh Childrens Hospital
- Support Leader Dog and Puppy Dog Programs
- Support Washington County Community Foundation
- Donate to eye, cure for cancer, hearing and diabetes research
- Collected 25359 used glasses since 2004 and sent them for repair and reuse.
What all Lions DO
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In India in 1928, Gandhi laid the cornerstone of a school for blind, deaf and disabled students in Ahmedabad. That original building is still in use today. A year and a half ago, I laid the cornerstone for a new building at that school. During my latest trip to India, I was lucky enough to stand beside International President Yamada as he officially opened the new building.
Chairperson, Lions Clubs International Foundation
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In 1925, Helen Keller challenged Lions to become "knights of the blind in the crusade against darkness." And we accepted. Today, sight programs remain one of our defining cause
Lions sell toaster tongs
Lions Clubs International is the world's largest service club organization with more than 1.4 million members in approximately 46,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world.