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.
At the last meeting:
The club met on August 10, 2016 at the Ramada. King Lion Sue presented her grandson, Brady Reitmeyer as the guest speaker. Brady was a past recipient of a Club college scholarship and is currently enrolled at Penn State Eire where he is has a dual major of computer and software engineering. Brady is the first scholarship recipient to come back to the Club and provide an update of his college career. Other than having the dual major, he is also president of his fraternity.
The Club discussed some potential charity donations. Dick Shearer shared his progress with the bus trip to Leader Dog in the fall and plans to make and sell pottery celebrating the 100th anniversary of Lions International.
Brady Reitmeyer speaking to the Club
The Washington Lions Club is planning another bus trip to Leader Dogs in Rochester Hills, MI.
Date: September 10, 2016
Cost: $60 per person
Transportation: Luxury bus with 46 seats
Leaving From: Washington Crown Center Mall
Bus Boarding: 5:00 am Near Washington Financial
Departure Time: 5:15 am
Returning the same night (10 pm).
TO reserve a seat, call Lion Richard Shearer (724-288-6308) and mail him a check to 1491 East Maiden Street, Washington, PA 15301. Seats will go quickly. Leader Dogs for the Blind will have their new 14 million dollar complex completed by September.
August 24, 2016 6 pm at the Ramada Inn in Washington
If you would like to read what is going on in District 14M go to: www.district14mlions.com
Toaster Tongs: Call Lion Shearer for details
Brooms.: Available @ Dependable Electric, West Washington Hardware & Judson Wiley
Now at the Blind Association, E. Maiden St., Washington.
Garbage Bags: large & kitchen bags) Dependable Electric, Ridge Ave.
Eyeglasses Recycling Program Give your used glasses to Lion Marano or drop off at Wash. Greene Blind Association, Lions Reminder:
Anyone wanting something in the newsletter please contact Lion Bill B. or Lion Mary Jo ( new email email@example.com)
Calling committee please call Lion Carol 724-222-2834 with your count!!! Thanks.
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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.
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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
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