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Save the Date - the annual Pancake Breakfast is coming up on Sunday April 2nd with all proceeds benefiting Lions charities including scholarships and much more! It's also a great opportunity for students to gain service hours for a community based event.

The club's slate of officers for 2022-2023 is (l-r): Mike Arruda (secretary), Dave Kent (treasurer), Wendy Wood Hubbard (president), and Dick Primmer (vice president). Congratulations to all and best wishes for a successful Lions year!

The 2021-2022 Lion of the year Award was shared by Mike Arruda and Dave Kent. President Wendy Wood Hubbard was pleased to present their awards in recognition of their outstanding service to the club.

The East Providence Lions Club once again is happy to sponsor a holiday memorial tree on the grounds of the Senior Center. This is an annual event in the city and provides an opportunity to remember family and friends at this special time.

Congressman David Cicilline, members of the East Providence Lions Club, and the community at large gathered on December 10th for the dedication of the city's Senior Center in the name of longtime Lion member Rob Rock. Congratulations Rob!

Washington Trust branch manager Paul Pimental received a certificate of appreciation for his nomination of the club's name to be inscribed on a commemorative brick at the new high school.

Community members supporting the club's FunDrive. Lions pictured are Dave Kent and Fred Nowosielski.

Just part of the team for the Savers FunDrive. From left to right: Fred Nowosielski, Dick Wood, Wendy Wood Hubbard, Gorgon Hubbard.

New members Dani Petsch and Eric Pereira were recently inducted into the club by District 42 Governor Sally Schroth. Pictured L-R are sponsor Tony Mendes, Dani Petsch, DG Sally Schroth, Eric Pereira, and sponsor Mike Arruda. Congratulations and welcome!

Loading the truck for the final delivery to Savers. A monumental effort loading 2.7 tons of donated clothing and household goods.

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