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The Seekonk Lions Club was established in October 1958 and we are one of the many clubs in District 33S. We are part of the world’s largest service organization – Lions Clubs International, which was founded in 1917.
We, as all Lions Clubs worldwide are bound by the rule that 100% of all funds raised from the public must go back to the public. All of our administrative expenses are covered by funds that come from members. This premise of giving 100% to the community is an aspect of our history that we are very proud to continue.
We invite you to browse our pages and should you wish to find out more about our club, please do not hesitate to contact our President, Dana Heberlein, at email@example.com
Eyeglass collection program
Like many Lions clubs, the Seekonk Lions maintain an eyeglass collection site where people may drop off their eyeglasses which may no longer be of use. These glasses are collected and processed and eventually become available for use by the needy. Our drop off station is at the Seekonk Library on Newman Ave in Seekonk. Look for our eyeglass collection box.
On July 29, 2019 the Rotary Club of East Providence/Seekonk and the Seekonk Lions Club will hold their 28th Annual Charity Golf Tournament.
These two dynamic clubs have been serving the East Providence and Seekonk communities for many years by supporting local charities and community projects. By bringing these two organizations together in sponsoring this event we can maximize our efforts and continue to serve our communities and aid those in need.
Please join us on 1uly 30, 2018.For more info contact Seekonk Lions or the Rotary Club of East Providence
We thank all of our members and volunteers for helping to make this year’s annual classic a day to remember.
The Seekonk Lions Club’s Fifth Annual Doug Allan Fishing Tournament will be held on Patriots Day Monday, April 16, 2018 at the Old Grist Mill Pond RT 114A in Seekonk 9:00am till 11:00am. Open for all children through high school in the area. read more…
Four members of the Seekonk Lions received Service Awards at their last meeting in January.
Pedro Correia – 10 Years
Ted Gamboa – 15 Years
Keith Rondeau – 20 Years
George Poli – 30 Years