"The oldest club in the Pacific Northwest

EVERETT CENTRAL LIONS CLUB was one of the first clubs to be chartered, and the first in the Northwest on May 20, 1920.

The Everett Central Lions Club, in keeping with its purpose, has been active with special emphasis in working with the visually and hearing impaired.  In the past, the Club has annually made contributions of time and money to associations for the blind and to individual blind and hearing impaired persons.  The Club actively sponsors the Salmon Fishing Derby For The Blind since 1944, helps put on a Easter Egg Hunt For Blind Children, supports Leader Dogs For The Blind, collects and recycles used eyeglasses,provides free eyeglasses and hearing aids, collects donations for annual White Cane Days and much more, works with schools in the Lions Peace Poster Contest, and distributes free reading glasses.


In addition to sight and hearing projects Everett Central is very active in providing free books for kids, participates in Fly Day For Disabled Kids,, rewards student and adults for outstanding community service, supports Scouts, collects food for the Volunteers of America Food Banks.


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