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Cedar Key Lions Club

 Florida’s Gulf Coast - As You Remember It

Proudly Serving Our Island Community For 49 Years

  • Levy County Eyesight Initiative
  • North Florida Hearing Aid Assistance
  • Old Florida Celebration of the Arts
  • Cedar Key High School Scholarships
  • College of Central Florida Scholarships
  • Cedar Key Food Pantry
  • Cedar Key Seafood Festival
  • Our Goal: 100% Environmental Sustainability
   
Cedar Key Lions Club
PO Box 68
Cedar Key, FL  32625
(352) 477-1276
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Route 24 is Spic n' Span Thanks to Lions

Lions Adopt-A-Highway Pick up

May 6, 2017

Cedar Key Lions Club volunteers Dale Register, Ralph Selby, Marsha Harrington, Greg Harrington, Douglas Harrington, Joan Selby and (not pictured) Rory Brennan participated in the Lions Adopt-A-Highway roadside trash pick up along the 2 mile stretch of State Route 24 leading to the #4 bridge. On a breezy, sunny May 6 Saturday morning volunteers collected over 80 lbs of trash and road side debris as one of the Cedar Key Lions Community Service projects.

 

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Cedar Key Sweethearts

Dance the Night Away

February 14, 2017

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From the Valentine Dinner/Dance

 


 

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Lions District 35L Magazine...................

 


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Cedar Key Seafood Festival

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Cedar Key Seafood Festival Parade

 

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KidSight Vision Screening Continues Towards Our Goal of 500 Kids Screened!!


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