AIKEN MID-DAY LIONS CLUB - AIKEN, SOUTH CAROLINA
The Aiken Mid-Day Lions Club was chartered in April of 1995 by the Aiken Evening Club. Since that time, we have grown to become one of South Carolina's most active and involved clubs. Through proceeds from our many fundraisers, we address needs on local, state, national and even international levels. Our support goes beyond the financial, offering our time and talents in many hands-on ways.
We have a lot of fun too. We meet for lunch the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of every month, at Mi Rancho Restaurant in Aiken beginning at 12:30 pm and conclude promptly at 1:30 pm. In addition to working together in service to others, our annual Holiday Party and other social events throughout the year are a great way to become better acquainted.
If you want to learn about the Aiken Mid-Day Lions or donate to our cause, feel free to contact us via email. Membership Chair Joyce Brady Joyce.Brady@emerson.com or President Joanne Cadotte firstname.lastname@example.org would love to hear from you.
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District Governor PAT FRIDAY and daughter, Lion Beth Monaghan, Aiken Mid-Day Lions in Japan at the annual Lions International Convention.
Above: The 'Big Blue Bus' brought IVP (now International President) Lion Robert Corlew and his wife to Aiken on their multi-state whirlwind tour visiting clubs across the southeast. The Aiken Mid-Day Lions were honored to have him watch eye examinations conducted at a local childrens shelter. While there, he also inducted new Honorary Lion Dee Dee Vaughters to the Aiken Mid-Day Club.
Below Left to Right: Sno Cones (provided by the Aiken Mid-Day Lions) were a big hit at the April 2015 Special Olympics. Our return in 2016 was a bit chillier, but still well received!
Lions Clubs International is the world's largest service club organization with more than 1.4 million members in approximately 46,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world.