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Lions Receive Thank-You for Holiday Food Baskets

Posted on February 23, 2021Comments are off

Main Street Child Development Center is our partner for distributing holiday food baskets to local families.

Main Street sent us this card along with Thank-you notes from several families.
It is an honor to help others in our community!

Lions Donate to Foundation Fighting Blindness

Posted on February 23, 2021Comments are off

For more about our charity programs, contact us at: [email protected]

Fairfax Lions Present Scholarship Grant

Posted on February 3, 2021Comments are off

On Feb 2nd, Fairfax Lions presented a scholarship grant to Mr. Aleksander R, to enhance his potential to achieve an independent, self supporting life. The Grants are for sight handicapped individuals and may be used for assistive devices, educational/training expenses, and other expenses.

Alexsander R Receives Scholarship Grant

The scholarship grant program is made possible by the Virginia Lions Eye Institute Foundation and recognizes sight handicapped individuals with financial aid to help in their training or education. For more information, or to apply for a grant, see: http://vleif.org/scholarships/ or contact Fairfax Lions Club at [email protected]

Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)

Posted on February 3, 2021Comments are off

A doctor from The Retina Group of Washington discussed AMD with Fairfax Lions and guests on February 2nd. AMD is a leading cause of loss of vision in persons over age 60. AMD results in the loss of central vision, while peripheral vision may be fully retained.

Self Test for Related Vision Problems, Using the Ampler Grid; and Visit a Doctor.
Risk Reduction Includes Usual Healthy Living Activities

Guests at Fairfax Lions Club meetings are always welcome!

YOU Are Invited – Learn About Macula Degeneration

Posted on January 27, 2021Comments are off

All are invited to the February 2, 2021, zoom meeting of the Fairfax Lions Club.

DR. JOSHUA D. LEVINSON of the Retina Group of Washington will talk about Macula Degeneration (or age-related macula degeneration) which is a leading cause of vision loss in Americans age 60 and older. It is a disease that destroys your sharp, central vision.

The meeting is 6:30-8 pm, Tuesday, February 2nd. To attend, BEFORE Feb 2nd, send an email to: [email protected]

We will provide you the zoom connection details. “SEE” you there!

Lions Provide 25 Holiday Meals on December 21st

Posted on December 21, 2020Comments are off

One of our regular Club services is providing holiday meals to family’s in our community. Main Street Child Development Center identifies families, and provides their facility for families to pick-up the meals. Lions assemble 2 bags for each family – nutritious food (carrots, green beans, corn, potatoes, apples, cranberry, cake mix, etc), and a gift card for the family to purchase an entree they prefer.

Lion Greg Assembles a Bag With Food
Fairfax Lions Present Holiday Meals to Main Street CDC Director

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