LUAU at the LEGION - Thank you all for your support!
The weather was drizzly and cold - not a typical May day. But by all accounts it was a wonderful event. Many thanks to Sharon Lee Tegler of the Capital Gazette for covering our event. We'll see her report in the June 2 Capital.
HORRIBLE NEWS!!! OUR FRUIT SALE SEASON IS OVER!
We had hoped that February and March would help us recover from the unfortunate situation with our December sale but no such luck.
H&S has notified us that"the Honeybells are now rapidly "going over the hill" with
Stem End Rind Breakdown so no February sale and the Temples (which we had counted on for March) remain green, and the supply of good quality is limited for us to purchase and harvest. So this will finish our citrus season earlier than usual. No March orders.
We were in hopes, with the cooler temperatures that we've recently experienced, it would help. But it is not the case."
We appreciate your support in the past and look forward to a better season next winter.
The April 2016 Newsletter is available now! Check out what we've been doing!
LIKE TO EAT? PIZZA? PASTA?
Do you enjoy tremendous pizza or pasta every now and then? Join us at Ledo Pizza in Severna Park the fourth Wednesday of every month. Since July of 2009, Ledo Pizza has been donating a portion of their proceeds on Severn River Lions Night to the Club in support of our community service projects. A sincere thank you to Ledo Pizza for donations to date of over $10,000!
EYEGLASSES & HEARING AIDS RECYCLED
Bring us your used eyeglasses and hearing aids. WE RECYCLE FOR SIGHT and Hearing! A list of drop-off locations can be found here: Eyeglasses and Hearing Aids Needed.
WHAT'S A LION?
The International Association of Lions Clubs is the world's largest and most active service club organization, consisting of nearly 1.4 million service-minded men and women in more than 46,000 clubs in over 190 countries or geographical locations. Since our founding in 1917, Lions club members have volunteered their time and talents to meet needs wherever they exist. Lions are especially dedicated to serving the blind and visually impaired, a commitment made after Helen Keller challenged our members to become her "knights of the blind in the crusade against darkness" during the 1925 convention in Cedar Point, Ohio. Lions Clubs International is not a fraternal, social or political organization. It is a group of men and women bonded together to do things that you and I cannot do as individuals. The motto of Lions Clubs International and of our own club is "We Serve."
Severn River Lions Club was chartered in 1956 - for over 58 years we have been tirelessly serving those in need in the surrounding community. With projects ranging from vision screening, to building projects, to providing scholarships for high school and college students, the Severn River Lions Club is committed to bringing the unparalleled services of Lions Clubs International to our community.
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