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                                        Bethel Park Lions Club

The Bethel Park Lions Club was organized on December 9, 1942 and the Charter was presented on February 9, 1943. The Club was organized by a small group of men for the purpose of service to the community and the support of community needs. Today the Club's purpose is continued by the over sixty men and women who are currently members.

Meetings give members the opportunity to form friendships, socialize, strategize and hear interesting presentations by invited guest speakers. Activities and fund raising activities give members the oppportunity to Serve. For additional information on Meetings, Activities and Fund Raising Activities please go to their respective pages.

With the funds that are raised we support and contribute to: Alzheimer's Association, Beacon Lodge Camp for the Blind, Bethel Baseball Association (use of field), Bethel Park Foundation, Bethel Park Historical Society, Bethel Park Library, Bethel Park Volunteer Fire Department, Bethel Park High School Basketball Boosters, Bethel Park High School Football Boosters, Bethel Park High School Soccer Boosters, Blind and Vision Rehabilitation Services of Pittsburgh, Blind Students Tuition, Brother's Brother Foundation (eyeglasses donation), Center for Hearing and Deaf Services, George Meyer Scholarship (Bethel Park High School Senior), Leader Dogs for the Blind, Light of Light Mission (food donation), Lions Club International Foundation (Measles Initiative), Lions Fountain at South Park Playground, McKeesport Hospital Foundation/Lions Diabetes Center, Montour Trail Association, Operation Safety Net, Pennsylvania Lions Sight Conservation and Eye Research Foundation, Rev Em Up for Kids, South Hills Interfaith Movement (SHIM), Three Rivers Adaptive Sports, Tri Community South Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Western Pennnsylvania Lions Hearing Foundation, Western Pennsylvania School for Blind Children

For more information about our Club: Please go to the Contact Us page.

For membership information: Please go to the Contact Us page.

For Bethel Park Lions Park Information and Reservations: Please go to to the Bethel Park Lions Park page.

For location of Eyeglasses Collection Boxes: Please go to the Meetings/Activities Page

To purchase Prize Party Tickets: Please go to the Fund Raising Activities page.

To purchase Brooms/Trash Bags: Please go to the Fund Raising Activities page

Special Note Caleb Pierson is the $5,000 George Meyer Scholarship Recipient for 2017. He will attend Grove City College and major in business management and accounting.

 

 


                                     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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