Auburn's Town Fair & Duck Race!!!!



           Auburn Lions Club
Do You Need Handicap Equipment?
Our handicap equipment program has changed as of October 2016. All equipment can be picked up from the Loaners Closet in Londonderry, phone 432-0877, Ext 3 or if you need assistance call Dave Rogers at 627-1036 or President Dave Nye at 483-0740.
Do You Have Old Eye Glasses or cell phones Lying Around?
We are collecting old eyeglasses and cell phones to have them recycled. If you or anyone you know has these lying around, you can drop them off at the Town Hall, lower level or the Library. For information call Dave Rogers at 627-1036.
Who are We?
The Lions Club is a nonprofit Service Organization, charted in 1968, that is made up of both Women and Men that are concerned about their community and the people that live there. Our motto is “We Serve(and we do!)! The Lions serve the local community in many ways. We provide food baskets for the needy during the holiday season, help those that need assistance with obtaining an Eye Exam, Eye Glasses or even Eye Surgery. We also provide financial assistance to local organizations such as the Senior Citizens, scholarships thru the Marion Heald Scholarship Fund, along with several other community serving programs.
If you, or you know of someone that needs our assistance or if you are interested in joining the Auburn Lions Club, please contact President Dave Nye at 603-483-0740. 
Come and check us out and see what you can do for your “Home Town”!
​Second Tuesday of the month (September to June) at the Safety Complex at 7 PM.


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