The BETHLEHEM LIONS CLUB was founded in 1955. 
1.     The focus is on aiding the blind and hearing impaired in the community as well as worldwide. We finance these projects mainly from our Christmas Tree Sale, the annual pancake breakfast, and the sale of carwash tickets.  
2.     The Bethlehem Lions fund two $1000 scholarships for high school students residing in the Town of Bethlehem, including those who may attend private institutions outside the district.
3.     The Bethlehem Lions fund the “File-for-Life” project of the Senior Services Office. This emergency medication record is attached to the refrigerator.  See sample enclosed. We encourage you to use it or some similar device for your entire family.
4.     The Bethlehem Lions sponsor the annual Senior Citizen Picnic in collaboration with the Town’s Senior Services Office.
5.     The Bethlehem Lions provide support to the Lions Eye Institute in Slingerlands and aid various camps for blind and hearing-impaired children.
6.     The Bethlehem Lions support applications for financial aid for various requests such as the Eagle Scout program and to persons in need.
The Bethlehem Lions Club has 21 active members as of December 2014. The membership is open to all individuals and couples. The Club meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays at the Normanside Country Club for dinner meetings: (6-7 pm social, 7-8:30 pm dinner and meeting. We do not meet from the middle of June to the first week in September. Occasionally we have a guest speaker.
Hours of participation:
1.     2 meetings per month (see above)
2.     Annual Pancake Breakfast (usually Palm Sunday, 3 hrs.)
3.     Senior Picnic (9:30am-2pm, third Thursday in August)
4.     Christmas Tree Sale (3-4 weekends, variable time, average 4 hrs ea. day)
Fees:   $45 per half year. A portion of this goes to Lions International 
Prospective Member Form
Thank you for your interest in becoming a Bethlehem Lion.   Lions Clubs International is a network of individual clubs united in helping others. To learn more on becoming a Lion go to the following link
Lions club members are important. Members enable clubs to meet diverse local and international needs. Individually and together with their club, Lions take on projects as varied as cleaning up the neighborhood park while they also combat international issues, develop relationships and fulfill their potential.
Are you interested in becoming a Lion? 
Please provide us with your name and contact information.
Please send the completed form to  or P.O. Box 141, Delmar, New York 12054.
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