Thank you for joining us! Together we raised over $1500 for MLERF!

Here are some behind the scenes photos from Family Feud headquarters in Harvard, MA.








Watch a quick video tutorial here.

In 1951, the LIONS of Massachusetts became aware that each year, 2,500 premature babies were losing their sight at birth from so-called ‘baby blindness’.

As a result, the Massachusetts Lions Eye Research Fund was formed in October 1951, dedicating itself to funding research.

Our first grant of $5,000 was given to Dr. Ingalls of Harvard Medical School who was instrumental in discovering the cause of baby blindness: too much oxygen being used in the incubators of premature babies. Today, over 125,000 adults can see because of the foresight and concern of these Lions.

Join us for a fun night of playing a game while raising funds for our MA Lions Eye Research Fund.

  • You may have up to 6 members on your team to qualify for prizes.  You may have a larger team, but you will not qualify for prizes.
  • We have a limit of 30 teams.
  • Each team, no matter the size, registers for $60, with all proceeds going to MLERF.
  • Due to the ongoing pandemic, the game will be played on Zoom, and a link will be emailed to the team captain.  The team captain will share the link with the team members.
  • Because the game is being played virtually, your team members don't have to be in a room together.  You can even be in different states!
  • When you join the Zoom game, you will be placed in rooms by your to-be-assigned team number. 
  • The game questions, in Family Feud format, were gathered at New England pubs.



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