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Since 1917, the local Lions Clubs have offered people just like you the opportunity to give something back to their community. Today, with more than 2 million members in more than 210 countres, Lions have expanded their focus to help meet the ever increasing needs of our society.

Joe Biro receives the Lion Of The Year award from District Governor John Burris
At the club meeting on June 19th Cliff Howarth receives the Ralph C. Helm award
At our club meeting, the Boy Scouts presented our club with a certificate of appreciation for the club's support over many years
At our club meeting at the Smyrna Diner on October 17th Barbara Spence gave us a wonderful talk about Delaware Special Olympics. She brought  Alex Skalar with her, he is an athlete and he also gave us a great talk about his experience with the Special Olympics.
Our District Governor John Burris speaks at the Lions banner transfer at the Modern Maturity Center in Dover, DE on 18th July 2018
Our annual Clayton Lions Club picnic at Walter's house on July 14th 2018
The board for the new Lion year being sworn in on 6th June 2018 at the Smyrna Diner
Polar Bear Plunge February 2018
On January 25 we had 14 lions from the club at the chartering of the First State Military Academy Leo Club.
 Woodland Beach cleanup, September 2017, we collected 4 bags of recyclables and 6 bags of trash.

Our March 2016 Pancake Breakfast at Ewell St Paul church in Clayton. We are getting ready to celebrate our 70th anniversary this year!

On November 5, 2016, Clayton Lions conducted our fall road clean up on Clayton Delaney Road. From L to R Lions Conrad, Walt R., Kate, Sherri, and Carmine, Not Pictured Lions Bob D. and Gina.

On September 24, 2016 IP President Bob Corlew stopped in Delaware in the Lions 100 bus. The Clayton Lions were well represented: (L-R) KL Kate Roshon, IP Bob Corlew, Gina Daniels, 2nd VP John Burris, Bob Daniles and Joan Bestpitch.

The Delaware Sight team working on its second glasses sorting. Lion Walt Roshon and Bob Daniels were there but not pictured.

Many members of the club have helped out with the Bear project. This was the latest bunch of bears completed that will be donated to the Clayton Ambulance Company.

On September 15 Lion Charlotte Allman presented Clayton Elementary School with 29 sweatshirts to be distributed to kids in need. Pictured from L to R Faith Drobinski, Guidance Counselor, Mikel Reed Assistant Principal of Clayton Elementary School and Lion Charlotte Allman. 

On August 13, the Clayton Lions Club participated in the Smyrna Night Out. Pictured (L-R) Bob Daniels and Clif Howarth.



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