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Town of Harwinton gazebo painting project

The Harwinton Lions Club Lions Day Project was to repaint the Gazabo that we donated to the town and is located across from the town hall and Library.  

 

  

 

 

 

 


 

Blood Drive at the Harwinton Town Hall

The Lions Club of Harwinton is sponsoring a Red Cross blood drive on 

Saturday, September 2, 2023 from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
at Harwinton Town Hall, 100 Bentley Drive in Harwinton, CT.

Next Blood Drive:

Saturday, November 11, 2023 from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
at Harwinton Town Hall, 100 Bentley Drive in Harwinton, CT.

Advance registration is required; please sign up here: https://www.redcrossblood.org/give/drive/driveSearchList.jsp?zipSponsor=LIONSCT

Future Drives:

To be determined.

 

 


Nancy Lyons and Julie Vecchitto


Dana Willey and Julie Vecchitto

 

 

 

 


Annual Harwinton Fair
Harwinton Lions Food Booth


Friday Oct 6 to Sunday Oct 8

Serving Pierogies From Holy Pierogies

Loaded Potatoes and Cheese Pierogies

and Golumpkis in a Polish Plate

 

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Drop off Glasses at the following places
Dunkin' Donuts / Post Office
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Thomaston Saving Bank Lobby
Harwinton Library
 

What happens to your eyeglass/hearing aid donations?

The glasses collected locally are processed in New Jersey where the glasses are cleaned and calibrated. Both Lion-sponsored and independent eye-care missions to developing countries then take boxes of glasses which have been calibrated and labeled by prescription to the host country.  Once an on-site eye exam is conducted, the patient is fitted with a pair of glasses which closest meets the required prescription.  Last year Hartford and Litchfield Counties collected nearly 30,000 pairs of prescription glasses.  Non-prescription sunglasses are also collected for use by medical missions performing cataract surgery and to help prevent cataract formation by exposure to ultraviolet rays in geographical areas where this is a primary cause for cataract conditions.
Used hearing aids are collected and refurbished where possible.  The Lions have contacts with hearing technicians who test hearing levels and can provide free hearing aids to those clients in need and who have financial hardship.

         

                                                               

 
 Schooling 
Dressage
Horse Show
Saturday, September 9, 2023
(Rain Date September 10th)

8 AM to 6PM
Harwinton Fairgrounds
150 Locust Road│Harwinton, CT

Net Proceeds Benefit Various Lions Clubs Charities

$5.00 Admission per person
Children 12-years-old and under are Free

Free Parking│Vendors
For more information and to fill in forms for Vendors, Sponsors and Participants:
Go to: Web Address
harwintonhorseshow.squarespace.com

Please leave pets at home. Thank you!

 

Harwinton Lions Club’s Scholarship 

The Harwinton Lions Club’s scholarship committee has awarded:

The Bronc Callahan Scholarship to Andrew Wright, who will attend the University of Connecticut in the fall, pursuing a degree in civil engineering.Wright has been an active member of many clubs and sports at Lewis S.Mills High School. He served as captain of both the indoor and outdoor track and field teams in his senior year.

The Hurlbut G. Clark Scholarship to Cassie Martinotti, who will be attending the Univerthesity of North Carolina, studying pre-nursing. While in high school, Cassie was an athlete, playing both volleyball and basketball. 
 
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