The Tuckahoe-Eastchester Lions Club has proudly served our Communities since June 25, 1925.

  Lions are men and women who make a difference – every day, everywhere.  Lions aid the blind and visually impaired, assist youth, feed the hungry, and make a strong commitment to filling community needs.  Think Globally, act Locally!
 The Tuckahoe-Eastchester Lions
"Road to 100th Anniversary Kickoff Celebration"
at the Broken Bow Brewery in Tuckahoe June 25, 2024
At our June 25th event at the Broken Bow Brewery in Tuckahoe, Lion President Sue-Ann Rosch (center) receives a Proclamation Commemerating the Tuckahoe-Eastchester Lions 100th Anniversary from Tuckahoe Mayor Omyra Andino (left) and Tuckahoe Deputy Mayor Cara Kronen!
Lion Sue-Ann Rosch was inaugurated as 2024 - 2025 Lion President by outgoing Lion President David Zimmerman at our meeting on 6/11/24. 
Congratulations Lion Sue-Ann!

Used Eye Glass Collection Count since 5/1/24
T-E Lions build beds for children at the "Build-a-Bed" day with "Sleep-In-Heavenly-Peace" at the New Rochelle Police Department 6/8/24!  Roar Lions!

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