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Welcome to the Eugene Downtown Lions!

Chartered in 1924, the Eugene Downtown (EDT) Lions Club is 86 members strong, making it one of the largest Lions Clubs in Oregon. Each week throughout the year, the EDT Lions meet on Wednesday noon at the Eugene Hilton to hear the latest reports on Club activities and to learn from an interesting array of speakers or enjoy performances by local musicians.

 


 

 

 

U of O Lions Complete Major Service Project

The University of Oregon Lions Club first came together in October 2016. They became a Branch Club of Eugene Downtown in May 2017. Although the club is small, six members, they are very active. They have volunteered with Walama Restoration, restoring habitat near the Willamette River; volunteered with FOOD for Lane County, and volunteered at historic Pioneer Cemetery on the U of O campus. Members of the club participated in the District 36R Conference in February, the Keep the Promise Breakfast in April and assisted Eugene Downtown serving ice cream at the MD36 Convention.

The last two weekends in May and the first weekend in June they completed their first major service project – installing a granite bench at Pioneer Cemetery. On May 19th they prepared the bench site, digging the base, building the frame and laying gravel for drainage. On May 26th they poured the concrete for the base. Finally, on June 2nd, they installed the bench on the base. Needless to say, the student Lions are justly proud of the work they have done and the contribution they have made to the historic cemetery.

27 June 2018

Chuck Blanchard

Guiding Lion for UO Lions Club

                                                           A bit of a hike to the site                                                                                            

L to R: Lions Subik Shrestra, Steve-Laughton-Cardona, & Ian Scott making concrete

L to R Lions: Steve Laughton-Cardona, Subik Shrestra, & Ian Scott pouring concrete into frame 

L to R Lions: Nick Magagnini & Ian Scott spread concrete for the base

L to R Lions: Nick Magagnini, Steve Laughton-Cardona, Gabby Messina, Subik Shrestra, & Ian Scott install bench support as Cemetery volunteer George looks on

The completed bench with the plaque below

Close-up of plaque


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