The Chelmsford Lions Club

The Club was Chartered in 1948 and has been serving the Chelmsford Community for 70+ years. 
The Club Meets on the First Wednesday of the month at 6:30pm.

The Chelmsford Lions Club raises money through the management of the Country Fair during the Fourth of July Celebratrion on the Common as well as at The Fall Fair also on the Common.  The money raised is used to support several projects throughout our local community. 

The Service Projects The Chelmsford Lions Club Support:

* Massachusetts Eye Research Fund 
* Used Eyeglass Collections
* Pennies For Sight
* Eye Exams and Eye Glasses
* Eye Mobile
* Diabetes Awareness
* Camp for Kids with Diabetes
* Eagle Scout Projects
* Backpacks for Students in Need
* Chelmsford Food Pantry
* Wish Project
* College Scholarships for Chelmsford High School and Nashoba Tech

                    Youth Activities 

The club supports youth activities in the community

International Peace Poster Contest

Celebrating 30+ Years of Peace

For the last 30+ years Lions clubs around the world have proudly sponsored the Lions International Peace Poster Contest in local schools and youth groups. This art contest for kids encourages young people worldwide to express their visions of peace.

To celebrate our 30th anniversary, we have an updated look and encourage every Lions club to engage with the youth in their community to sponsor a Peace Poster Contest entry.

The theme of the 2018-2019  Peace Poster Contest is "Kindness Matters" Students, ages 11, 12 or 13 as of November 15, are eligible to participate.  

Youth Speech Contest

Our Youth Speech Competition provides an opportunity for students in Grades 9,10,11 and 12 to speak publicly and freely on a designates topic of interest.  The competition starts at the club level and ends at the state convention.  The winner at the state convention wins $1,500.00



I am the future President of our Chelmsford Lions Club and I realize everyone is busy with their lives but the time commitment for being a member of the Chelmsford Lions Club is minimal.  I enjoy the social aspect of the meeting and getting together to try to make Chelmsford a better community and to help the less fortunate.

The club members have fun at the meetings and it is a welcome respite from the daily grind of life. We meet once a month, interact with many ideas and plans, create committees and volunteers to make our project/events that help our community and surrounding areas meet their needs.  We are always looking for new members to join - please, come meet us at the Princeton Station on the first Wednesday of the month at 6:30!

For Further Information please email Chris Silk at or Sandie Rainey (Membership Chair) at



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