Archive for June, 2017

Celebrate Independence Day with a Hot Dog and a Vehicle Donation

Posted on June 27, 2017Leave a comment

As we commemorate Independence Day, the Fairfax Lions Club thanks you for your continued support.


Our country became a new nation through the personal commitment, dedication and sacrifice of many thousands of colonials seeking a better way of life in the new republic.  This Independence Day celebration reminds us of those generous people and their contributions.

You can help celebrate the 4th of July by donating your vehicle.  Your donation will help support the Fairfax Lions Club in our mission of service to those in need in our community.

This link takes you to our partner, who will pick up your vehicle, sell it, and deliver the proceeds directly to the Fairfax Lions Club charity programs:  http://www.cardonatingiseasy.org/donate/?CharityID=3229

AND…

Buy a hot dog and beverage at the Fairfax Lions Food Booth – downtown Fairfax City at the city’s Independence Day parade.  All proceeds go to our charity programs.

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Lions Donate Children’s Braille Books

Posted on June 23, 2017Leave a comment

Lion Marilyn Tanner Presents Certificate to Alex Castillo of the  National Federation of the Blind

On June 20, Lion Marilyn Tanner – Fairfax Lions’ Chairperson for  “Lions Reading Action Program” presented 99 Braille books for this summer’s Braille Enrichment for Literary and Learning (BELL) camp for blind children.  The camp teaches kids ages 4 to 12 basic skills of independence, such as Braille, literacy, and exploration. Accepting the books was Alex Castillo of the National Federation of the Blind; Alex is a leader of the BELL program.

Covers of selected Braille books, for children ages 4-12:

Lions Hold Off-Site to Define New Methods to Better Serve Our Community

Posted on June 11, 2017Leave a comment

The Fairfax Lions Club Board of Directors held an all-day meeting led by an expert facilitator. We examined evolving demographics and service needs in our community, and cultural changes that affect the Club’s capability to serve the community.  Discussions were lively and very productive. A  series of strategic actions were agreed upon to make our club stronger, incentivize service and social interaction, and increase club membership.  Our objective is to restructure Club processes to sustain outstanding service to our commnity, and create an environment that welcomes a diverse membership of all ages looking to serve those in need.

Facilitator Leads Off-Site Meeting