Successful Citrus Fruit Sale

Posted on November 25, 2022Comments are off

Fairfax Lions Club raised funds for charity programs in the Fairfax community by selling fresh fruit from Florida, VA peanuts and Vermont maple syrup. Most sales were placed on-line, then picked up Nov 17-19 in the American Legion Post 177 parking lot.

We thank all our customers for supporting Lions programs by their purchases. Orders for the December fruit sale are in process. Order now at: https://fairfaxlions.square.site

Thanksgiving Food Baskets

Posted on November 25, 2022Comments are off

On November 21, a team of Fairfax Lions delivered 60 bags of food (2 bags made up one family “food basket”) to qualified families in Fairfax City, wishing all “Happy Thanksgiving.“

Fairfax Lions worked with our partner “Main Street Child Development Center” to identify the families and distribute the food baskets. 

Fairfax Lions with Carol Lieske (Director, MSCDC – 2nd from left)

ORDER NOW – December Citrus Fruit Sale

Posted on November 12, 2022Comments are off

Pre-order now and pick up Dec 15-16 (9am-5pm), Dec 17 (9am-noon).

Order at: https://fairfaxlions.square.site

Toys for Tots – December 6 Meeting

Posted on November 12, 2022Comments are off

At the Lions Club dinner meeting on Tuesday, December 6th (6:30pm, American Legion Post 177), we will host two Marines who will talk about Toys for Tots.  The Fairfax Lions will present a check for $500 for toy purchases. VISITORS ARE WELCOME – if you wish to attend, send an email to: [email protected]

Lions are asked to bring an unwrapped gift the Marines will take with them to a Toys for Tots warehouse.  You may also a personal check to present, if you wish.

BRING AN UNWRAPPED TOY ON DEC 6

The Holidays are a time for gift giving….don’t forget –  Tuesday night, December 6 – bring a toy – lets make some tots happy! 

Fairfax Lions Club New Member

Posted on October 5, 2022Comments are off

Maureen Johnson became a new Lion and a member of Fairfax Lions Club, at the Club’s October 4th dinner meeting.

PCC Bill Bartlett (L) conducted induction ceremony for new Lion Maureen Johnson (R), with Sponsor Lion Pete Conklin (C)
Lion Maureen introduces herself to Fairfax Lions Club.

Its GREAT to be a Lion, we always say when we welcome a new member!

Boy Scout Eagle Project

Posted on October 5, 2022Comments are off

Connor Carrico, a student at Flint Hill High School, told Fairfax Lions about his Eagle Scout project. The project will build a trail for visually impaired campers at the Northern VA Lions Youth Camp.

Club President Lion Greg DeRosa thanks Eagle Scout candidate Connor for his presentation. The image behind them, is an overhead view of the path the trail for vision impaired campers will take at the Northern VA Lions Youth Camp.
Connor with father Todd, at Fairfax Lions Club meeting

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