By joining the Essex Lions Club you will become part of one of the largest service organizations in the world.Locally the club administers approximately $20,000 in scholarships for high school seniors each year, sponsors the local Boy Scout troop and performs a highway cleanup of Route 133.We raise funds through our annual Turkey Trot 8K Road Race and food tents at Essex River Day and the Clamfest.The Club supports Lions International eye research andattempts to meet as many ad hoc requests as possible.The time commitment in being a member is minimal and we always have fun.For further information please call (978) 768-7013 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Annual Event Calendar Senior Recognition Night All Essex graduating seniors are invited to attend a night together where scholarships will be awarded (May) Essex River Day Essex Lions Club will set up the Food Tent (June) Highway Cleanup (Route 133) Essex Clamfest sponsored by Essex Division of Cape Ann Chamber of Commerce Essex Lions Club will set up the Food Tent (October) Turkey Trot 8K Road Race sponsored by the Essex Lions (November)
Join the Club. We welcome new members.
Our Monthly Meeting: Second Wednesday @ Windward Grille 7:00 pm (except for July and August)
Bob Sinclair (Ipswich), Jim Haskell (Essex President), Randy Pinch (District Governer), Jeanne Farrow (Woburn) and Bill Bradford (Essex)
Club History The Essex Lions Club was chartered on February 17, 1955, as part of the largest service organization in the world, Lions Clubs International. We are part of Massachusetts District 33N. Our motto of "We Serve" and logo of L.I.O.N.S. (Liberty, Intelligence, Our Nation's Safety) have guided us through almost fifty years of service to our community, state, national, and international brothers and sisters.
Senior Recognition Night Essex is a small town north of Boston with a population of 3,700 people and until 1997 had no high school of its own. As a result, the town students would, through various means such as school choice, tuition programs with adjoining towns or private schools, be split up throughout the NorthShore area to attend high school. Thirty years ago the Essex Lions Club started an annual Senior Recognition Dinner to reunite all graduating high school seniors along with their parents and former elementary school teachers for a trip down memory lane, At the dinner, presentations of local scholarships were made, and last year the scholarships were in excess of $20,000.00.
Sr. Recognition Night 2009
FUND RAISING ACTIVITIES Turkey Trot 8 K Road Race and Fun Walk Food Concession Tent Essex Clam Fest Food Concession Tent Essex Music Festival
FUND DISTRIBUTIONS Eye Research Visual Aids Sponsor Essex Boy Scouts Sponsor Essex Senior Recognition Night Highway Adoption Rte. 133 Local Essex Special Needs
For more information on Essex Lions Club fundraisers, or to join, please contact us at: email@example.com