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Temple, New Ipswich, Greenville & Mason


The Souhegan Lions Club and the Red Cross are hosting a blood drive on September 12, 2020, 9-2, at space graciously made available by the New Ipswich Congregational Church, 156 Main Street, New Ipswich, New Hampshire.  

Please consider donating.  You will need to schedule an appointment, which you can do by going to this page:, and then entering 03071 in the zip code box. 

Please feel free to call Will Phillips at (603) 547-5262 with any questions you might have. 



Thank you to all who participated, organized, donated prizes to and came out to help and cheer today's 42nd Annual Peanut Butter Chip Chase 5K Run/Walk in Temple, NH.
We had some good weather and plenty of happy runners and walkers. A total of 139 participants came out for the noon race. Refreshments including hot soup, bagels and cookies served after in historic Temple Town Hall.
Paulette Parmenter won the raffle grand prize of a kyak. A number of complimentary passes to Pat's Peak Ski Area and Crotched Mountain Ski & Ride were raffled off, along with a number of other prizes including an Amazon Echo.

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Temple, NH - The Souhegan Lions Club, serving the towns of Greenville, Mason, New Ipswich and Temple, sponsored a presentation on November 14 by Joe Byron, founder of Honor Flight New England, this past Thursday, November 14 in Temple. More than 43 people attended and were treated to a free meal and an explanation of what Honor Flight New England was all about. Having made 58 trips to Washington DC, sponsoring 2104 American Heroes at no cost to them, the evening was made very special by the attendance of PFC. John Antilla of Fitchburg, who served in the Mountain Division and was stationed in Italy during WWII. $575 was collected in donations to Honor Flight New England.

Picture: Lion President Will Phillips, left, presents the donation check to John Byron of Honor Flight.

Honor Flight Statistics:

58 trips

2104 Heroes to include: 82 women, 40 POW’s, 27 Sets of brothers, 8 husband and wife couples, a brother and sister that served during WWIII; our youngest entered the service at 14 and ½ years old after forging his birth certificate and our oldest was 103

November 14, 2019 - Join the Souhegan Lions Club in hosting HONOR FLIGHT NEW ENGLAND in recognition of Veteran's Day and the brave men and women who have bravely serve and have served our country.  Space is limited, but a light dinner and refreshments will be provided at no charge.  All are welcome.  11/14/2019, 6:30 (program at 7:15), Friendship Hall, Temple, New Hampshire (off the town common).  To reserve your seat(s) contact Lion Rick Miller at (603) 878-4568, or email him at no later than November 10.


Souhegan Lions Club, 42nd Annual "New Year's Day Peanut Butter Chip Chase 5k Race"

Temple Town Hall

January 1, 2020 Registration starts 10 am - Race starts 12 noon


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