The Lorain Lions Club has been serving the Lorain community and its citizens since it was founded in 1922. The club meets every Thursday at Rebman's On The Avenue, 5300 Oberlin Avenue, at noon, except on the first Thursday when it meets at 7 p.m. for dinner. We can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOVE: Lion Barry Buck shared slides and stories of his time as a volunteer near "Ground Zero" in the weeks and months after the tragedy of September 11, 2001. His personal connection to the event helped bring it alive and reminded us of the moments we all became Americans first, and our race, religion and politics were un-noticed. Thanks Lion Barry, for bringing a message of hope out of a terrible event.
ABOVE (left to right): Lion Dr. John Smith and Lion Treasurer Charlie Neff present Lion Bruce Meadows with the first installment check for the Vision Clinic from the Harley Raffle proceeds in the amount of $6,500. Lion Doc Smith devoted hours and hours of his time and truck to assure the Fat Boy was visible at every possible opportunity to boost ticket sales. We have now passed the $40,000 milestone on our journey to equip the Vision Clinc at Lorain County Health & Dentistry.
ABOVE: We celebrated September birthdays for Lion Ben Norton and Lion Tammy Tansey. Congratulations and Best Wishes Lions Ben and Tammy.