February 2020

Club Monthly Focus: Membership


"When The Going Gets Tough, We Serve!"


Would you like to become a Lion or Leo?

The Bloomfield Lions Club and Leos Club (Teens) invites

ALL...Singles, Couples, and Families, including Kids and Teens 

who live in the towns in the Bloomfield Central School District

to become members of the Bloomfield Lions and Leos Club.

Are you interested in learning more about our club?

Visit our More Information page.


Current Status

Even though our monthly dinners at Cheap Charlie's are suspended until March or April, for the time being. We will return, and we invite you to attend as well. Just let us know ahead of schedule if you are interested. Contact us by email.

Also, we continue to meet via videoconference (Zoom) once a month to discuss current business, and opportunities to serve. If you would like to learn more, please contact us by email as well.


Fall 2020 Overview

In an effort to not be too "wordy". below is a list of activities the Bloomfield Lions and Leos Club completed from September to December

- Two monthly dinners at Cheap Charlie's featuring a visit by our District Governor Deb Bush, and her husband PDF Harold Bush in September, in addition to her installing our first Leo Lion, Caleb Troy.

- Three drive-thru spaghetti dinners were completed in September (assisted by the Leos), October (assisted by Ib Cas), and surprisingly, in November (again, the Leos). All three were a success. Thank you to the community, as well as other volunteer organizations and Lions from afar.

- A Trunk or Treat was held on October 31st at the Methodist Church here in the village of Bloomfield. Vice President Rick Francis  (he assisted the UMC that day) recommended the event, so President Ken Mathis and Vice President Michael Donohoe sprung into action with Leos Club leadership and membership to hand out candy, water, and other items.

- Unfortunately, our pancake breakfast to be held on the first Sunday in November was canceled. We realized pancakes would not work as well as spaghetti, and who wants lousy flapjacks?

- Early in December, Vice President Rick Francis came up with the idea for a holiday light contest Many of us said yes and volunteered to go vies the houses. Of course, the night of the event, it snowed. Many Lions slid from the outer borders of the three towns to view the lights. We provided three $50 gift certificates to the top three places from Parkside Pizza, Big M, and Dollar General.

The pandemic has caused a lot to go not as planned, but we are here for our local community and the Rochester/Finger Lakes region.

If you have a challenge in which we can help or refer you, please contact us, and we will see how we can help.


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