The Amity Township Lions Club was founded in March 1949 and included 26 Charter Members. Over the past six decades our Club has been the leader in community service.

We meet the first and third Wednesday of each month at the Monarch Fire Company at 7:00 for a dinner meeting.

Our Club raises funds to support Beacon Lodge Camp for the Blind, the Delaware Valley Eye Bank and Leader Dog for the Blind on a state level.  We also support juvenile diabetes awareness and collect used eyeglasses, aluminum can tabs and cancelled postage stamps. 


On a local level, our Club:


      Donates money to the two area fire companies

      Sponsors youth baseball

      Pays for eye examinations and glasses for needy students of the Daniel Boone School District

      Donates three $1,000 scholarships to graduating seniors at DBHS

      Has built and maintains the Sensory Trail at the Daniel Boone Homestead

      Lends medical equipment (wheelchairs, crutches, beds, etc.) to people in the community who are in need. If you have questions about our inventory  or need equipment, please contact Lion Secretary Fred Gaskins at:  

      Supports the Boone Area Library


To raise money we:

                Particpate in White Cane Days

                Sell Merchandise Clubs

                Hold a Night at the Races

                Have an annual golf tournament at Blackwood Golf Course



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