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​Welcome to our website. Visitors should avail themselves of the information contained herein if you are interested in learning about Lionism and what this organization does and can do for your community or organization.  In addition to the information available about our club by using the selections on the left side of this home page, you can also visit the international web pages noted on the right side of the page. Should you be interested in becoming a Lion, select 'Be a Lion' and, if interested, call someone listed in the 'Contact Us' page. 
 
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Annual Auction 
July 4th, 2018
New Market Community Park
 

The club will hold their annual auction in shelter house #2 at the New Market Community Park on July 4th, 2018 at 11:00 AM. As in the past, the items for sale will have been generously donated by the local and surrounding community. Should citizens wish to donate an item or items, please contact Gary Cunningham (540-740-8490, Tom McNeilus (540-333-5227), or Boyd Ritchie (540-740-8823). Sorry but the club will not be able to take any donations of furniture, TV’s, or appliances. The club will also be holding a gun raffle for a Henry 22s/L/LR/ Lever Action Rifle. Tickets are one for $3, two for $5, and are available from any club member.

The club uses proceeds from this fundraiser to provide eyeglasses and eye exams to those in our local community who are unable to get these services. The club also uses the proceeds for other projects such as providing a scholarship for a graduating senior at Stonewall Jackson High School.

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The New Market Lions Club was organized  on April 29, 1958. It is one of more than  46,000 clubs comprising Lions Clubs International. There are 1.35 million members in these clubs which are located in approximately 220 countries throughout the world. The mission of the association is to serve in every way possible to foster a spirit of understanding, promote good government and citizenship, and take active interest in civic, cultural, social and moral welfare of the community.  Visit the Lions Clubs International website using the link on the right side of this page. 
 
 

 

 

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