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  • our Medway Lions monthly collections add up to between $1300-2000, all of which goes to local donations/charities in Town
  • loading the truck to take to the redemption center
  • bottles are sorted by size
  • Medway Lions Club pumpkin carved and lit for entry into local (fundraiser)contest and Pumpkin Walk
  • a Medway Lion and local politician in the dunk tank at our recent Medway 300th Anniversary Family Day
  • Medway Lions has an annual Palm Sunday pancake breakfast and serve over 450 people
  • Medway Lion, Linda helping to judge the watermelon eating contest at the 300th celebration
  • annually, the Medway Lions sponsors a military band concert, then last two summers with fireworks. We also donate to the family support charity of the branch of service and/or to the Fisher House whic
  • Killingworth (CT) Lions putting the finishing touches on the Parmelee Farm Lions Pavillion. A massive, three-year, $80K Project to adapt a 144' x 44' Pole Barn into a multi-use Community Facility.
  • Killingworth (CT) Lion Treasurer Al Rusilowicz welcoming Senator Richard Bloomenthal to the Lions Durham Fair Food Booth.
  • Lions Quest Workshop in New Haven, CT resulting from the collaborative efforts of New Haven & Killingworth Lions Clubs as well as Districts 23A & 23C. Over 50 educators received Quest training.
  • Killingworth (CT) Lions provided a series of meals to their community immediately after Sandy hit and cut power to the community for a week. An LCIF Emergency Grant through 23C helped shorline towns.
  • Killingworth CT Lions planted a buffer between town recreation area and commercial properties in AM on Arbor Day. In the PM Lions and Boy Scouts planted 100+ fir trees at Parmelee Farm and had pizza!
  • Bernie Constable, Robert Prinse, Meagan Frisse, Neil Rickaby and Dorothea Frisse of the Chilliwack Lions Club, Chilliwack BC serving lunch at Camp Horizon in Birch Bay WA.
  • Robert Prinse and Bill Lyle of Chilliwack Lions Club, Chilliwack, BC Canada, letting kids shoot ping pong balls at the Lion target. Party-In-the-Park
  • Bernie Constable, President of Chilliwack Lions Club, at Party-In-The-Park August 2/14
  • National Night Out Sponsored by Jefferson Community Lions Club 14-C
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