Saturday, November 3
9 AM - 10:30 AM
Aston Community Center
Learn about the immediate and long term addiction and permanent health damage!
Presented by Bridget Marley, tobacco specialist,
Holcomb Behavioral Service.
Invite your family, neighbors and friends.
"Free" vision screening!
Saturday, November 3, 2018
Aston Community Center
9 AM - 12 noon.
Professional screening provided by BVS (Chester Blind Center).
No appointment necessay!
We are back with our Aston Lions Pancake Breakfast!
Sunday, November 4, 2018
at the Aston Community Center
3270 Concord Road, Aston, PA  19014
7:30 AM until 12 PM (Noon)
Adults $8, Children 12 and under $4.
Children two and under eat FREE1
Pancakes, Sausage, Scrambled Eggs, Tater Tots, Juice, Tea, Coffee, and chocolate milk for the children.
The Aston Lions installed the following officers for 2018-2019.
President Thomas Haugh, 1st Vice President William White, 2nd Vice-President William Sarosy, 3rd Vice-President, David Toomey, IMO Immediate Past President James Longhurst, Recording Secretary Robert Hoyt, Financial Secretary Robert Shufelt, Treasurer William Flick, Tail Twisters Matthew Berger and Donald Mercadante, Lions Tamers Anthony Shahadi and Frank Burgess, Chaplain Rodderick Powell, Membership Chair James Hinderhofer, Directors for One Year are Steven Allman, Joseph Bradley, Walter Longhurst, and Michael Petrillo.  Directors for Two Years are Alfred Donato, Franklin Gahres, John Saudarg, and John Vernon.
This is the first in a series--"Meet Your Aston Lions!
Franklin "Frank" Gahres is the oldest member of the Aston Lions Club.  He became a member in October of 1976 and has seved in mumerous capacities.  He has served in the White Cane Days, Aluminum Recycling, Candy Days, and others. He has pefect attendance for 40 years.  Frank was awarded the Melvin Jones Award in 2005.  Frank has sponsored several members.  See him on our picture page.  I am sure Frank would like to sponsor a few more members.  If you would like to join, I am sure Frank would like to sposor YOU.  Send us an email or give us a call and Frank will be given your name.

 Thank you to all who attended the Aston Lions Bingo Night on April 7th.  You are the best.  The monies earned will be used to meet our Chairtable Budget.

Your Aston Township Lions Club made the following donations in March of 2018, Delaware Valley Eye Bank, BVS (Delaware County Blind Center), Pennsylvania Eye Research, Pennsylvania Hearing Research, VOSH of Pennsylvania (teams go to foreign countries to help with river blindness and other sight problems), Boy and Girl Scouts and Aston/Middletown Little League.  With your support, we are able to assist these orgaanizations.  Thank you.
Your Aston Lions donated a total of $3,000 for Hurricane Relief.
On Thursday Evening, January 18, 2018 the Lions Club honored students from Holy Family and Northley Middle School.  These students were chosen as students of the month by their schools.  Check out their picture on photo page.  See your neighbor, congratulate them.
Thank you to all of the members of our community who supported our projects throughout the year.
Thank you to Wells Fargo for awarding us your service club of the year award.
Lion Anthony Shahadi was presented with The Good Samaratin Award for outstanding service as our Health and Welfare Chairman for nearly 8 years. Just for some background.  Anthony made 35 pickup or deliveries in less than a 5 month period.  His trips have covered all of Delaware County, Philadelpia and Northern Delaware.
Contratulations Anthony you really represent the Lions Motto:  We Serve.

At the Lions Dinner Meeting on Thursday, September 7th the Aston Township Lions Club presented Major Ervin McKoy of the Salvation Army a check in the amount of $1,000 for the Harvey Relief Fund.  Thank you to all who support the Lions.  Without your support we could not make the above donation.




Your Aston Township Lions Club has made donations to the following:

Aston Public Library, Aston-Middletown Little League, Boy and Girl Scouts, Camp Kirby (Deaf Camp), City Team Ministries, Delaware Valley Eye Bank, Blind and Visual of Delco, Fire and EMT Services of Aston, Several Eye Examinations wwith glasses, Guide Dog Foundation, Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, Children's Christmas Party, Pennsylvania Eye Research, Pennsylvania Hearing Research, F. A. Staus Blind Day Camp, Honored Students of the Month, VOSH of Pennsylvania, and nymerous others via loaning of hospital equipment and supplies.



If you would like to make a donation to this worthy organization,  

Send a check to Aston Lions C. F., Inc.

PO Box 2052, Aston, PA  19014-0052.

Please note on memo for which purpose you would like your donation to support.



Thank you to all who attended our pancake breakfast and those who supported us with donations.


Thank you to Wells Fargo Bank for

                      making us a recipient of your service club award!_





The Aston Lions awarded two $500 scholarships to Sun Valley High School Seniors, 

     One hundred dollar education awards were made to Northley Middle School students,    was the recipient from Holy Family Regional Roman Catholic School. Good Luck to all as you move into your high school experience.












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