Quincy Lions Club 

Pancake Breakfast

Sunday October 28, 2018

Join the Quincy Lions Club at our Annual Halloween Pancake Breakfast!

Pancake breakfasts are a big part of Lions culture and tradition — not only because pancakes are delicious, but because they also help bring the community together while raising funds for a good cause! Please join the Quincy Lions Club at our Annual Pancake Breakfast!

What's better than homemade pancakes on a lovely autumn Sunday? When someone else makes them for you, and you can enjoy the sweet goodness with your friends and family!

Funds raised at the Pancake Breakfast will allow Lions to help meet needs in our community including providing vision exams and eyeglasses to those in need. 





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NOV. 1, 2018


The Quincy Lions Club is organizing a forum on Massachusetts Ballot Question 1 on nurse/patient ratios.  The proposed law would limit how many patients could be assigned to each registered nurse in Massachusetts hospitals and certain other health care facilities.  Arguing in FAVOR of the ballot initiative will be a representative from the Mass. Nurses Association.  Arguing AGAINST the ballot initiative will be a representative from the Coalition to Protect Patient Safety.  The forum will include a 40 minute debate as well as a plated lunch.  The cost of the forum is $20.


 The event will be held at 12pm on Thursday, November 1 at the Neighborhood Club of Quincy, located at 27 Glendale Road.


"Moderating the forum will be Joe Catalano, host of AM Quincy on Quincy Access Television.  Media participants will be Amy Leonard, reporter from WATD 95.9FM, and Jessica Trufant, reporter from The Patriot Ledger."




Where There's a NEED, There's a LION

Whenever a Lions club gets together, problems get smaller. And communities get better.

That's because we help where help is needed – in our own communities and around the world – with unmatched integrity and energy. 







Eyeglass Collections 

The Quincy Lions Club gladly accepts eyeglass donations. Used eyeglasses will be refurbished and subsequently distrubuted to vision impaired indivduals accross the globe.  Last year we were able to cooridnate the distribution of over 3000 pairs of eyeglasses, including nearly 800 pairs to the organization Light Up Lesvos, which helps support the needs of refugees in Greece. 

Donations can be dropped in the Quincy Lions Club Eyeglass Donation Box located in Stop and Shop Corporate Headquarters (1385 Hancock St. Quincy, Ma ) , NorthEast Community Bank ( 281 Quincy Ave. Quincy, Ma ) or contact us at













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