The Williamstown Lions Club meets at 6:30PM, on the 2nd. Tuesday of each month at Devones Family Tavern, located at 1920 South Black Horse Pike, Williamstown.
We have drop off boxes for used eyeglasses located at the Shoprite supermarket, the new Walmart, Dr. Mellish's office on the BHP, the Pfieffer Community Center, Holiday City Community Center, and the Williamstown Library.
Our remaining 2016 schedule of monthly meetings are:
October 11, November 8, and December 13
Our Club is a small organization and we are always looking for new members. We are a non-profit which redirects our fundraising efforts to assist members of our community in need. Our primary goal is to provide support to sight and hearing impaired individuals in the community. Our club sponsors a Youth Dance for 3rd., 4th., & 5th. grades students at the Pfieffer Community Center. Our goal is to provide a fun, safe enviorment to allow the children to interact with fellow students outside of the school setting. Our last dance was attended by 151 children. We also provide scholarships to our local High School for a deserving young woman and man needing financial help to attend college.
If you are interested joining please contact Fran Mulherin at 609-472-6640.
Our Lions Club will be sponsoring our 2nd Annual "Tailgate Party Raffle" fundraiser. Drawing will be Tuesday October 11, 2016 at 7PM at Devone's Family Tavern. Tickets are $10 each with only 300 tickets being sold. There will be one (1) prize only and it will consist of:
55" Vizio Flatscreen TV Eagles Pop-Up Canopy 2- Eagles Chairs Stainless Steel Portable Grill Portable Smoker 8 - Propane Gas Tanks 100 Quart Rolling Cooler
Tickets may be purchased from any Williamstown Lion. You may contact Raffle Chairperson Ken Smith (856) 237-3329, Secretary Fran Mulherin (609) 472-6640, for tickets
Proceeds from this event will help our club in supporting projects to benefit vision and hearing impaired residents in the community, a bookbag project, food bank support, and scholarship awards for a young woman and man graduating from Williamstown High School.
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