Our "Taste of Spring" fundraiser, to benefit Nupath, was a huge success. Thank you to all of our participants! We would encourage you to patronize all the entities that joined us for the evening. Here are a few photo's.
A heartfelt thank-you to Woburn based Northern Bank for stepping up to be THE MAJOR sponsor of this years Halloween Parade!
The Woburn Host Lions Club is a group of men, with diverse backgrounds and jobs, who join together to raise funds to make those who are less fortunate than ourselves lives better. We get together weekly for dinner on Thursday nights, where we catch up on each others lives, but, equally importantly, plan and execute various fundraisers that we use to help people. If that sounds of interest, we would ask you to please get in touch with us. The Woburn Host Lions Club is a registered 501 (c)3 organization.
Our 11th annual Monster Dash is but a pleasant memory now. Results are on the MonsterDash page.
Join the Halloween Fun.
HALLOWEEN PARADE -Applications are now closed for the 2022 parade. Thank you all!
THIS WEEK'S MEETING
Please see the text for meeting information and be sure to respond so we can get an accurate count.
SUPPORT OUR MISSION
The need to continue raising funds to help people continues. We would like to provide a means by which those of you who support our mission of eyesight research can make a donation towards that end. We've set up a form where you can make a donation towards Lions Eye Research, to help us fulfill our mission.
Zone Chair Dan Reilly from the Concord Lions Club paid us a visit at a recent meeting
Past President Mike Angers presenting member John Serson with a Lions International Sight Award at a recent meeting.
MEET OUR KING LION
Jay Doherty, President
Lions Club International Foundation
Did you know that millions of people around the world have benefited through more than 13,000 Lions Club International Foundation (LCIF) grants, which have totaledmore than US$1 billion. That number continues to grow in part from gifts from foundations, corporations, governments and non-Lions. However, the vast majority of LCIF’s funding comes through the generous donations from Lions clubs and individual members. The Woburn Host Lions Club makes a substantial donation each year to support the work of LCIF.