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Crab Feed & Karaoke

Joint project between Foster City Bair Island Cyber & SF Special Choir Lions Club.  See photo for details. 



Shoreview Christmas Toy Drive 

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Welcome New Members, Jason and Suzanne Leo


Tonga Disaster Relief

Our club is leading a service project of relief to Tonga for their recent volcanic disaster.  The club has collected sponsorships from other Lions clubs and Lions in our District to assemble supply boxes of food and medical supplies and  pallats of bottle water to be sent to the island for disaster relief.  Thank You to our sponors:  Lion Mary Koo, Jim Ness Sr., Daly City Lions Club (Lion Denise Kelley), Silicon Valley Lions Club, Silicon Valley Cyber Lions Club, PDG Lion Macy Mak Chan, Lion Michael Chan, Bay Area Global Outreach Lions Club, San Bruno Lions Club, Foster City Lions Club, and for their $1000 donation to cause, SF Chinatown Lions Club.  Thank You for other donors forthcoming. Here below is what still needed for disaster relief. If you're interested in donating or helping out, please contact Lions Jimmy Ness or Melite Wood per flyer below for further assistance. Please support our BBQ Fundraiser on February 6, flyer listed on Calendar, to support the Tonga Disaster Relief efforts. 


Past Club Projects 

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Lions have a dynamic history. Founded in 1917, we are best known for fighting blindness, but we also volunteer for many different kinds of community projects - including caring for the environment, feeding the hungry and aiding seniors and the disabled.  

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Page last updated: January 10, 2024.  Updated calendar and home page to promote upcoming club joint Crab Feed with SF Special Choir Lions Club. 



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