Operation "Roger That" Silent Auction & Comedy Show


Operation "Roger That" Has a Mission

A local young man, Roger Sandberg of Scarborough, is suffering from end stage kidney failure brought on by 30 years of Type 1 (juvenile) Diabetes. Diagnosed at age 4, this disease has taken a toll on Roger's body, but there is hope.  Roger is approved for a kidney transplant through the Maine Transplant program.  Operation "Roger That" is volunteers partnering with the Falmouth and Scarborough Lions Clubs to fundraise for costs not covered by medical insurance for both Roger and his donor.



Join us for a Silent Auction and LIVE Comedy with Headliner Mitch Stinson









The night will also feature Comedian James Dorsey

and Openers Katie Arroyo and Nic Dufault


When:     Saturday, March 30th

Time:       Silent Auction begins at 7 p.m., Comedy show begins at 8 p.m.

Where:    The Gold Room - 512 Warren Ave, Portland

Cost:       $5 / ticket

To donate an item, ask a question, or purchase tickets in advance call 207-329-9537 or 207-632-7163

To donate funds by credit or debit card please visit:


Enjoy the laughs and, if you see something you like, take the opportunity to bid on items donated by over 75 local merchants and individuals!



  • 100 Gallons of Home Heating Oil
  • 6-room deep clean by Green Clean Maine
  • Restaurant Gift Certificates
  • A Yeti Cooler
  • Table by Thomas Mosher
  • Liquor & Spirits Basket
  • Week at a cottage on Sebago Lake
  • And SO much more…

           Over $10,000 value



Come join us for a fun evening that will truly improve the quality of a man's life; Roger That!




Fundraising for the Blind with Portland Sea Dogs!


Get SeaDogs Tickets ($9-10 each based on seating) for Saturday, June 22nd @ 6:00pm to support the NFB Greater Portland Chapter!

On Saturday, June 22nd, the Portland Sea Dogs, AA affiliate of the World Champion Boston Red Sox are happy to be teaming up with the National Federation of the Blind, Greater Portland Chapter for a fundraiser and group outing. After the game, you're invited to stick around for a postgame fireworks show. $3.00 from every ticket purchased through this link will be donated to the NFB Greater Portland Chapter.

To get tickets, go to:

If you have any questions, please call the Sea Dogs Ticket Office at 207-879-9500 or email Alan Barker

The NFB of Maine is the state affiliate of the National Federation of the Blind. The purpose of the National Federation of the Blind of Maine shall be to advance the general welfare of the blind of Maine and the nation; to function as an integral part of the National Federation of the Blind; to serve as a vehicle for collective action by the blind of Maine; to operate as a mechanism through which the blind and interested sighted persons can come together in local chapters and state meetings to plan and carry out programs to improve the quality of life of the blind; to provide a means of collective action for parents of blind children; to forward the interests of blind students and provide them with a means of joint action and expression; to promote the vocational, cultural, and social advancement of the blind; to achieve the integration of the blind into society on a basis of equality with the sighted; and to take any other action which will improve the overall condition and standard of living of the blind.

Greater Portland National Federation of the Blind (NFBchapter members are selling SeaDogs ticket booklets for a 4-ticket package (any game) with a 10% discount in the souvenir shop for $20. Contact Randy Bellavance at (207) 212-8613 or for more information.



  Falmouth Lions Installed

Lions Paul Nassif,Lisa Nassif, Mary Rand, Melanie Collins, Bob Cheney and Ben Boudreau  were installed by VDG Tia Knapp on Januaury 24.  Sponsors Tony Hayes, Leslie Couper, Marcus Therrian and John Winslow are will assure them that they have all the information and guidance to serve well.


The returnable bottle donation shed at West Falmouth Crossing has been closed by order of the business properrty owners at West Falmouth Crossing. The club and the town are working to find a new location. Over $80,000 in bottles has been donated at the building since it was built as a Boy Scout Eagle Project in 2001. All monies have been directed to Falmouth High School student activities during that time.

Please consider donating bottles at Bucknam Rd Fire Station or at Woods Rd Transfer Station. Thank You








Helping our neighbors is a rewarding project

Lion President Marcus leads team of Falmouth Lions ( John, Dana and Rick) installing a new door for a Falmouth resident. Door was donated by local business Rich Exterior Solutions, Gray Rd.




Thanks to our great community for another successful Lions Auction. It could not hapen without support of The Town and Falmouth Public Works hosting us at the Sand Shed!

Also our wonderful neighbors who donate the items and freiends like the Falmouth Boy Scout Troop.     


   VDG Now DG Neil Iverson inductes Lion Marcus Therrien as new President at out annual Banquet. This coming year will be an active and rewarding year for club members with Lion Marcus at the helm. He has shown that he will be a fine leader and dilligent delegator!




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Sea Dogs games? We provide parking at Iris Network to help fund that organizations' support for the blind and visually impaired. 

 See Photo Gallery for pics of Auction Items


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