New Lion Member Honored

Posted on April 27, 2016Leave a comment

On Sunday, April 24, the overarching management activity for all Lions clubs in northern VA conducted an honorary induction ceremony for Lions who have joined in the past year.  Lion Mark Salesses – a new member  of Fairfax Lions Club – participated in the event, joined by his spouse Laurie and Fairfax Lions Club membership chair Rodney Neely.  It was indeed a pleasure to stand up with Mark at the ceremony!

New Lion Mark Salesses Honored

New Lion Mark Salesses Honored

“Shiloh Project” Speaks to Fairfax Lions

Posted on April 21, 2016Leave a comment

Fairfax Lions Club dinner meetings feature an invited speaker.  We try to invite a wide range of local activites to bring a broad spectrum of information to club members.

For example, Nancy Katz Triplett, Ashley Corbit, and Michelle Harman of The Shiloh Project spoke to the Fairfax Lions Club on April 19th.  Nancy is Shiloh’s founder/president.  In highly supervised settings, Shiloh brings recently rescued dogs into juvenile residential facilities where students train, socialize and help prepare the dogs for adoption.  Last night we saw a demonstration of how to approach a strange dog, observe the dog’s motions and expressions, and how to interact.

In photo:  Ashley (L) demonstrating with a toy dog alongside Nancy(R)IMG_1450

More info at http://www.theshilohproject.org/

Guests are always welcome to visit our club and enjoy the dinner speakers.  Of course we hope to interest guests in our service mission.  We meet the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays each month.  If you are interested, please contact us thru this web site….click the CONTACT US menu tab at the top of this page.

Join Fairfax Lions for Roadside Clean-up, Saturday April 30th

Posted on April 4, 2016Leave a comment

On Saturday, April 30th, the Fairfax Lions Club will clean up the sides of Pickett Road in Fairfax.  This is a great project to help our youth better understand civic responsibility.  Join us for a few hours of public service!

Assemble at 7:45am, Saturday April 30th at the Thaiss Park ball fields: 3401 Pickett Road – near intersection of Pickett Road and Old Pickett Road.

Bring gloves, wear sturdy walking shoes, dress for the weather. Safety vests, trash bags and litter grabbers will be provided. After the clean-up, join the Lions for a friendly pancake breakfast at a local restaurant (pay your own way).

Road-side cleanup

Road-side cleanup

Fill those bags!

Fill those bags!

 

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