WELCOME


Welcome to the Clarksburg Lions web site. Visit often because we make frequent changes. For time, date, and place of our club meetings, look down the main column at the Upcoming Meetings and Events. To contact the Club, e-mail clarksburglions@gmail.com

The Clarksburg Lion's web site started on July 20th, 2007. This site provides up-to-date information on club activities, club history, contacts, and other relevant information.


The site's mission is to improve member and public support of Club activities by providing timely information on upcoming activities so that they may participate and support club activities. Ultimately, people will see better, feel better, and live better.
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UPCOMING MEETINGS AND EVENTS

Updated 07/27/12


NOTE
New Web site location:

REGULAR MEETINGS: Scheduled on the 2nd and 4th Friday of the month at noon at Minard's Spaghetti Inn, 813 E Pike St., Clarksburg, WV 26301. SEE MAP


CURRENT EVENTS

3/5/2012

 
FEBRUARY MONTHLY MEETINGS

March 10th Meeting – Lion Don Niles introduced Olivia Adams, a volunteer coordinator for Hospice.  She explained the many jobs that people can do for Hospice such as helping in the office, be a patient companion, or help with the Hospice Garden.  If you are interested in donating time to Hospice, please contact Olivia.

March 24th Meeting - Paul Hamrick enlighten the Lion membership on the environmental issues facing Harrison County. He was pleased that Lions International President, Wing-Kun Tam challenged Lions to plant trees. Mr. Hamrick stated that West Virginia Lions had surpassed their required goal.

 
EXCHANGE STUDENT

Dani Mazzini from Peru was a guest visitor at our March 10th meeting.  She was with her host family member, Lion Susan McMichael .  Dani is the 3rd Exchange student that Susan has had in her home.  Pictured is President Clay Ott presenting a WV Lions pin to Dani.  Also, Dani is
pictured holding the flag of Peru.













COMMUNITY OUTREACH



OPEN DOOR
   
    Helen Jones from the Open Door can always use donations of paper towels, toilet paper, sugar (5 lb. bags), thin paper plates, napkins, coffee (cans), creamer (jars), disposable double edge razors, and shaving cream.  Don’t forget the small sized toiletries.  Give your donations to Lion Steve Glass.

 
LIONS SERVING THE COMMUNITY

   On February 17th, members of the Clarksburg Lions Club and Nutter Fort Lions Club visited Nutter Fort Elementary School first graders and discussed the American Flag and presented each student with his/her own flag.  Participating were: Mr. Benicosa, Ken Shahan, Steve Glass, Don Niles, Nick and Patty Lambernedis.  Pictured is Lion Steve Glass talking to students about the flag and a picture of some of the students who participated.  Students knew a lot about the flag and were excited to get their own.

 

ONGOING CLUB ACTIVITIES

  • Brooms and Dish Clothes: The Club will once again sell brooms and dish clothes. We won't be going door-to-door but selling the items as people request them. So, Club members should let their friends and business associates know that we now sell brooms and dish clothes which have always had the reputation for quality.
  • Industrial Brooms $10.00
  • Household Brooms $9.00
  • Mops $5.00
  • Dishtowels (2 in a package) $3.00 a pack We have red, yellow, green, and blue.
  • Open Door: Has asked us to start saving the small bottles of toiletries (hotel/motel size). Bring toiletries to the Club meetings or events.
  • Cell Phones: Remember: When collecting eye glasses (and if the youth outreach committee is planning a Night for Sight) add used cell phones to the list of things that can be collected.
  • LIONS CLUB CAPS AVAILABLE - The Lions Club Caps are in and went out quickly. Only a few of left. Please contact Rusty at howardmall@suddenlink.net or 838-2698.
  • 4 burial plots for sale: Burial plots were donated to the club for sale. Plots are located at Floral Hills Cemetery in Quiet Dell. If interested, contact us using our e-mail address: clarksburglions@gmail.com As hard as it is to believe, people are just dying to get these.

CLUB ACTIVITIES

The following activities are examples of Clarksburg Lions Club's projects. If you would like to go forth and do good deeds, you should consider joining a Lions Club near you. To view details of these activities, CLICK HERE.

  • SIGHT INVESTIGATIONS
  • EYE GLASS DROP OFF CENTERS
  • FLAG DAY
  • MOBILE EYE SIGHT PROJECT
  • FOOD BANK COLLECTIONS
  • STUDENT CAMP AND EXCHANGEPROGRAMS
  • LEO PROGRAMS
  • SPORTS CLINIC
  • LIONS CHRISTMAS PARTY FOR VETERANS
  • SALVATION ARMY SUPPORT
  • ADOPT A HIGHWAY
  • MAPLEWOOD BINGO GAMES
  • NEWSPAPER IN EDUCATION