The Penbrook Lions Club is a local organization made up of our neighbors – men and women who care about our community.

Are you interested in helping and serving others in the Penbrook (PA) area? ...  Are you interested in making our community better for future generations? ... Would you like to visit a meeting? OR Volunteer to help with any of our projects or fundraisers and learn why WE SERVE ...  Consider being a PENBROOK LION. Contact our club president at Our Membership APPLICATION is attached here for your convenience.


The Mission Statement of Lions Clubs: To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humaniitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions Clubs.


The Leo/Lion Community Garden is underway! Volunteers needed to water, weed, harvest, etc. Contact Lion Vicky at




Lions Tammy and Randy and Leo Hannah install the newest free library (made by Lion Neil) at Little Valley Park. 


The Penbrook Lions are looking for a few kind kids! We want to hear about kids age 18 and under being kind! Perhaps, they mow grass, shovel snow, or carry groceries for their neighbors. Please email and tell us about this kind kid! You can also submit their name in the Kindness Matters box on the bookshelves in the Community Buitding. Thanks.

Lion Vicky, Casey Mutzabaugh, Jocelyn Brown, Leo Hannah and Lion Tammy. Jocelyn and Hannah were recognized and rewarded by the Lions as part of their 'KINDNESS MATTERS" program. Jocely carefully disinfected and replaced strewn about books at Little Valley Park free library and Hannah helps many neighbors shovel snow and clean walkways. Thank you!



Everyone is invited to enjoy our little libraries right here in Penbrook! The little libraries are currently located in the lobby of our Community Building and at the Community Park Pavillion. Watch for two more at Elm Street Station Park and Little Valley Park! These little libraries are filled with free books for all ages and braille materials are available for those with visual impairment.



Membership Chair Lion Ray O'Leary with newest member Lion DeSean Longino


Club Vice President Lion Bob Todd with PDG Keldeen Stambaugh and new member Lion Michael KInney



Anthony Shelley accepts a donation to the Dream House that helps young women who have aged out of foster care or are facing homelessness.

Past District Governor Jan Adams spoke in November about Project New Hope, a weekend retreat experience free to PA diabled veterans made possible by donations from PA Lions Clubs. First VP Lion Bob Todd presents a $200 donation on behalf of the veterans and members of the Penbrook Lions Club.



Past Club President Lion Ray O'Leary accepts the Melvin Jones Fellowship Award from Past District Governor Sam Wagner for his years of distinguished service. This is the highest honor that can be bestowed to a Lion, named after Lions International Founder Melvin Jones.

District Governor Cathy Baker presented Lion Vicky with a Melvin Jones Fellowship Award from District 14T at the March club meeting. It was a surprise!




1. PA Lions Beacon Lodge Camp, located in Mt. Union, PA, a summer camp for children and adults with visual impairments and/or other disabilities. –

2. Diabetes, Research, Awareness, Education, and Diabetic Retinopathy Vision Screening, provides funds to health care facilities within the District for diabetes education and research. This fund will also assist with funding to Clubs coordinating seminars open to the public and provide funding for eye screening equipment and seminars for early detection and intervention of diabetic retinopathy and other eye diseases.

3. District 14-T Disaster Fund, provides assistance to help victims of house fires and other natural disasters.

4. District 14-T’s Helen Keller Emergency Fund and Eyeglass Collection, provides funds for emergency eye or ear surgery requests. This fund will assist those people who do not havemedical insurance, Medicare or public assistance in an effort to save or enhance vision or hearing.

5. Hearing, Speech, Working with the Deaf, supports the PA Lions Hearing Research Foundation, which provides grants for research in hearing loss and the working of the ear. –

6. KidSight/Adult Vision and Hearing Screening, provides for maintenance, supplies, and equipment needed to conduct eye and hearing screenings for early detection and intervention of hearing and vision disorders. –

7. Leader Dogs for the Blind, located in Rochester, Michigan, provides trained dog guides to individuals who are visually impaired; students complete a 26-day training program free of charge; Accelerated Mobility and Trekker GPS Programs are also available. –

8. Lions Clubs International Foundation, charitable arm of the organization that provides funds to meet worldwide needs through grant programs, which includes Campaign Preserving Sight, Supporting Youth, Providing Disaster Relief, and Meeting Humanitarian Needs. –

9. Lions of Pennsylvania Foundation, funds grants to meet community needs, within Pennsylvania, primarily related to vision and hearing. – 33

10. Northeast Pennsylvania Lions Service Foundation, Inc., to promote the saving, restoring, aiding or preserving eyesight and hearing, or to improve the condition of the visually and/or hearing impaired and to aid others by grant or support in like work. – www.nepalsf@org

11. Pennsylvania Lions Care for Kids, supports Four Diamonds in their fight to conquer childhood cancer, providing care and support to pediatric cancer patients at Penn State Hershey Medical Center. Additionally, supporting a research team of staff.

12. Pennsylvania Lions for Dog Guides, Inc., to provide up to $1000 per incident to “sight-impaired dog guide users, whose working canine has a life-threatening or work-threatening accident or illness.” No routine veterinary care is covered. All money stays in Pennsylvania.

13. Pennsylvania Lions Sight Conservation and Eye Research, funds research grants to better understand the working of the eye and to find cures for eye diseases. –

14. Special Olympics, supports local Special Olympics events, including the “Opening Eyes” Program, which provides vision screening for the athletes. – Area M –

15. Vision Resources of Central Pennsylvania, to support and promote the interests of people who are blind/visually impaired and otherwise disabled, and to prevent blindness in Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, and Perry counties. –

16. Youth Activities, supports youth organizations and activities within the District.






















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