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.
November Membership Meetings
.No Meeting Wednesday, November 23rd . No Meetings in December.
November 9, 2016 Meeting:
17 members and two guests attended, Guest speaker was Margaret Allen Pathway to Hope case manager or the Salvation Army presented what her program is about.
The Club will ring the bell for donations for the Salvation Army at Shop and Save starting at 8 am. the Clubs Christmas party will held at the Ramada. Cost is $22 for age 11 and up and $16 for age 10 and under. Checks are to be made out to the Club and sent to Bill Baxendell.
Club members are again asked to donate $15 to CYS for Christmas gifts for children. The Club donated charity monies to the Salvation Army and City Mission.
King Lion Sue giving donation to Margaret Allen of the Salvation Army
- Biography: Hans asked members to come forward and talk about their upbringing and life. Those interested, contact Hans.
- Calendars: We still have some Lions daily number calendars left. Cost is $30. See Bill Baxendell.
- Nuts are in. Start selling. Project Manager Richard Shearer.. We will be selling nuts at Washington Crown Center, Dec. 3, 10 & 17.
- Nov. 15: Joint Service Clubs annual meeting, 11:30am-1:00pm, W&J College, Rossin Center
- Dec. 02: Christmas Parade with Bill Baxendell’s shiny sled (truck).
- Let’s Go
Need Nuts? Call Richard Shearer’s Cell
Calling Committee Please call King Lion Sue by Monday at noon for reservations
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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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Whenever a Lions club gets together, problems get smaller. And communities get better. That's because we help where help is needed – in our own communities and around the world – with unmatched integrity and energy.
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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 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.