Lions Sightmobile at Devens Dog and Music Festival

Over 50 people received free eye and vision screenings at the Devens Dog and Music Festival. The festival was hosted by Clear Path for Veterans and the screenings were done by Lexington Eye Associates volunteers. The Lions Sightmobile provided the equipment and the Harvard Lions Club volunteers helped run the screenings.


Clear Path for Veterans Yard for Training Service Dogs

This community service project had us building a fenced in yard for the training of Service Dogs for Veterans.  Most of the materials were donated, as was our labor.  We're proud to have helped our Veterans who have served for us. 

COVID-19 Face Shields for First Responders

Lions International awarded the Harvard Lions Club a $10,000 grant to be used to make and donate NIH/CDC grade clear face shields.  We purchased 3D printer and materials to make over 1500 masks that were given to District 33A first responders--Fire, Police, and Ambulance staff.  All labor was donated by Harvard Lions.

COVID-19 Pandemic Mask Project

2020 will be a year never forgotten.  The Harvard Lions made and donated over 4500 cloth masks. The masks went to people in town, the graduating Bromfield class, town hall, local business, area hospitals and nursing homes, grocery stores, and more.

Perkins School for the Blind

This Service Project, initiated and led by the Harvard Lions Club, raised over $22,000 through our District 33A to fund special wheelchair bicycles and a vertical training wall for the students at Perkins School for the Blind.

WHEAT Community Service Project

WHEAT Community Cafe and Food Pantry was in need of repairs to their space.  We helped repair, rebuild, repaint, and revitalize their pantry shelves and meeting rooms using donations and monies from our fundraising events, and all volunteer Lions labor.


Playground for Women's Shelter

Using donated materials and Lions funds and labor, we build a fenced in playground for the children at the women's shelter. We also collected used outdoor toys to put in the yard. Lastly, we rebuilt a storage shed for them. The day ended with a picnic for residents and Lions and plenty of smiles all around!


Collecting Eyeglasses

Making the town beach accessible

We helped fund the materials for the wheelchair access and provided manual labor.  

Combining donations to purchase a beach accessible wheelchair.

Bill Hazel Memorial Bench 

The Harvard Lions club gathered to dedicate a granite bench in memory of our beloved Lion Bill Hazel, who passed away in 2014. The view of the Bromfield School grounds and Bare Hill Pond were enjoyed by Bill as his family grew up. Several Lions spoke about Bill, including Hank Fitek and Joe Schmidt, shown in the photos with the extended Hazel family.








  • Harvard Fall Festival says goodbye and thank you for all your years of support.

It was our Most Successful Fundraiser for our Lions Charities and a Great Time!

What started out as a Craft Fair 20+ years ago blossomed into a fun family event for all types and ages! We had live music, BBQ , Food, Kids Carnival and even Medieval Games. It was a Great Run and we want to thank the Hazel Family for their amazing generosity and hard work. They made it possible. We also want to thank you for joining us and supporting our cause.

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