Lord Baltimore Lions cook for Special Olympics campers

An annual highlight for members of the Lord Baltimore Lions Club comes every August we they have the opportunity to cook dinners for Special Olympic athletes enjoying activities at Camp Barnes. 

The Lions grilled hamburgers and hot dogs for campers Aug. 7 and Aug. 15. 

Both evenings, the Lions fed nearly 100 people including athletes, staff and various volunteers.

David Halley, Special Olympics Delaware’s new president and CEO, was on hand to greet and thank the 15 Lions who worked sessions. Good weather both days and the newly renovated dining hall made the meals even more enjoyable.

In addition to supporting national causes like vision, diabetes awareness, hunger relief, the environment, youth development and fighting childhood cancer, the Lord Baltimore Lions strive to remain active in supporting local causes like Special Olympics Delaware. The club comprises adult men and women who are interested in serving to help and better the lives of citizens in the community.


January 23, 1946     


Lord Baltimore Lions Club

P. O. Box 525

Ocean View, DE 19970


Serving Millville, Clarksville, Ocean View, Bethany Beach, Frankford, Dagsboro



Please click here for NOVEMBER 2022 Newsletter

Welcome to our newest members

                                PDG Mary Lee Phillips, Vince Whapham and Jasmine Fogarty who are transferring from the MIllsboro club.


OFFICERS FOR 2022 - 2023

President PCS Janet Bauer:

1st V.P. Lion Scott Brannan: 

2nd V.P. Tom Molnar

             Secretary John Monahan:

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            Asst. Treasurer Don Stein

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