Our motto is "We Serve"

Lions Club Objectives

  • To take an active interest in the civic, commercial and social and moral welfare of the communtiy.
  • To unite memebers in the bonds of friendship, good fellowship and mutal understanding.
  • To encourage efficiency and promote high ethical standards in business and professions; provided that no club shall hold out as one if its objectives financial benefits to its members.


A Tradition of Service              Related image

The Paoli-Berwyn-Malvern Lions Club is part of an organization which started in 1917.  A young Chicago businessman by the name of Melvin Jones challenged fellow businessmen to put their drive, intelligence and ambition to work helping improve their communities.

Lionism's dedication to aiding the blind grew out of a speech by Helen Keller at the 1925 International Convention when she challenged the Lions to become "Knights of the Blind, in a crusade against darkness".

In 1941, the Paoli-Berwyn-Malvern Lions club received its charter and joined hands in what has become a tradition of service in our communities.

In May of 2016, Paoli-Berwyn-Malvern Lions Club celebrated 75 years of service in Lions International, the largest community service organization in the world. 

Though membership is invitation only, we welcome all visitors. Interested in finding out more about our club? Contact Membership PGD Dave Smith at 610-647-3674 or by email:


Lions Clubs International is the world's largest service club organization with more than 1.4 million members in approximately 46,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world.

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