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The Lions Club of South Riding welcomes new members. Lions are service-minded women and men who are interested in doing volunteer work to improve their communities. Through membership you have an opportunity to help those in need in our community and throughout the world. You will have opportunities to develop personal friendships and gain valuable leadership experience. To find out how to visit a Lions Club meeting or become a member of a Lions Club, please call Leroy Jackson at 703-378-5691. Dinner Meetings featuring a guest speaker are held at 43987 John Mosby Highway (US 50) on the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 PM.

District 24-A Governor Visit: Karen Parker, District Governor, visited the South Riding Lions Club on February 4, 2016.   

2016 Mary Walden Community Service Scholarship: The South Riding Lions Club is again  offering the Mary Walden Community Service Scholarship to a graduating member of the 2016 senior class at Freedom High School.  Applications are available from the Counseling Department.

Our LEO Clubs:  We sponsor three LEO Clubs at Mercer Middle School, Freedom High School, and Michael J Lunsford Middle School.  LEO clubs provide their members with the camaraderie and growth that come from participation in community service projects, social functions and leadership development. Youth who join Leo clubs have fun, make new friends and experience the rewards of serving others.

We sponsor Cub Scout Pack 910:  The South Riding Lions Club is pleased to be the charter organization for Cub Scout Pack 910 at Liberty Elementary School. Pack 910 Leaders Jeff Kleinsmith, James Caton, and Sandra Vaughn visited us on April 7.

 

BROOM SALE: We are offering the opportunity to buy an American made, natural fiber, broom for only $10! These are great brooms. Contact Leroy Jackson at 703-378-5691

 

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