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Sight & Hearing Conservation
All American Hearing Aid Program: Provides new hearing aids at a discount to people who have some means to pay but who otherwise could not afford full market price.
More Info: NWLF.
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Health Screening Unit: HSU volunteers at a mobile clinic (travels across Washington and Northern Idaho) offer free check-ups for hearing, sight, glaucoma, diabetes, and blood pressure.
More Info: NWLFSchedule.
Hearing Aid Bank: Provides recycled hearing aids free of charge to people with little to no income.
More Info: NWLF.
Eyeglass Recycling Centers: LERC uses volunteers to collection donations, prepare glasses for distribution, ship large quantities to distribution teams and supply permanent clinics.
More Info: LCI.
Donate Eyeglass & Hearing Aids: Drop Off Locations.
Leader Dogs for the Blind: Founded in 1939, guide dogs are provided to people who are blind and visually impaired, along with programs that enhance a person’s independence.
More Info: LDFB.
Patient Care Grants - Hearing: Assistance for people who cannot afford hearing loss treatment (ranging from surgeries to amplification equipment).
More Info: NWLF.
Project Support Grants: Grants awarded to other non-profits in the region who protect and restore hearing (for support such as closed captioning technology to screening equipment).
More Info: NWLF.
Sight Conservation (Play it by Ear): Handles screening and requests for the club for care (including; hearing exams & hearing aids), providing glasses and other vision requests, as well as fundraising for the annual Play It By Ear collection.
More Info: NWLF.
Special Olympics - Opening Eyes: HSU support at events.
Youth & Adult Advocacy
Care: NA.
Giving Library: Gently used children's books are collected and distributed.
Lawn Maintenance for Elderly: Volunteers assist with lawn maintenance duties.
Leo Club: Renton Lions Club does not have one at this time. More Info: LCI.
Lions Quest: More Info: Quest.
Lions Club Youth Exchange Program: More Info: LCI.
Ronald McDonald House: Members purchase & prepare dinner items for approximately 75 – 80 people taking temporary residence for families of children with significant illnesses.
Occurs: Five times a year.
More Info: RMHC.
Scholarships: Members coordinate application process, candidate screening, determine of winners, arrange winners to attend meeting and education venue follow up of grant funding.
Youth Camp: Members are responsible for the full operation of the camp (water quality, scheduling, liaison with caretaker, & collection of fees).
More Info: RLMYC.
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Other Service Projects
Adopt-a-Highway: Highway circle (at I-405 & WA-167 Interchange) litter cleanup.
Occurs: Twice a year.
Clothing Drive: All clothing items will be delivered to the Renton Clothes Bank. Towels will also be accepted for animals at the Renton Humane Society.
Donations: May be taken to HUB Insurance (1102 Bronson Way #B Renton, WA).
Emergency Feeding Program: Provides an emergency response to the nutritional needs of people in crisis hunger situations throughout Seattle and King County (collaborating with social service agencies, food banks, schools, public health clinics, and faith communities). Offers 15 varieties of nonperishable food packs designed by professional nutritionists and bagged by volunteers.
More Info: EFP.
Food Drive: Food banks consistantly need the following items - Breakfast Cereals, Eggs, Fresh Potatoes, Condiments, Flour, Pasta, Canned Fruit, & Rice. Look for sales, coupons, and items that may be split (ex cereal with 2-3 sealed bags inside).
Donations: May be taken to HUB Insurance (1102 Bronson Way #B Renton, WA).
Salvation Army Bell Ringers: Ongoing food & toy drive. Popular Food Requests include; cereal, eggs, potatoes, condiments, flour, pasta, canned fruit and rice.
Entertainment Books: Fundraiser of coupon books.
Floyd Hughes Memorial Golf Tournament: NA.
Fruit Sales: Fundraiser since 2011, selling harvested (no cold storage) boxes of Fuji apples from Wenatchee. Members also meet to fill the boxes with apples.  In 2014 other soft fruits were also sold.
Grapes of Roar: Wine tasting Internal fundraiser for Administrative Fund, started in 2011.
Pub Crawl: Scavenger Hunt & Beer, started in Spring 2014.
Lions Den (Piazza Concession): Hot dog stand fundraiser also provides beverages.

White Cane Days: Annual International fundraiser. More Info: LCI.

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Bohunk Night: Annual celebration dinner, typically at Youth Camp, for Central and Eastern European descendants.
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Charter Night/Past Presidents Night: Annual celebration with recognition of past Presidents of Renton Lions club.
Christmas Party: Annual celebration dinner, typically at Merrill Gardens.
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Family & Friends Picnic: Annual celebration dinner.
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Halloween Party: Annual celebration dinner.
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Installation Night: Annual celebration dinner.
Italian Night: Annual celebration dinner.
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JCR Memorial Pig Roast: Annual celebration started in fall 2014.
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Nishawaki Sister City: NA.
More Info: City of Renton.
Pancake Breakfast: Typically the morning of Renton River Days at the Renton Senior Activity Center, an average menu contains pancakes, sausage, fruit cup, coffee, tea and orange juice.
Pioneer Night: An exclusive celebration, at the Renton Senior Activities Center, of Residence who lived in Renton their whole life (pre-1938).
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Renton River Days: IKEA's multi-day celebration of community pride began in Rention in 1986 joining residents, businesses and organizations for a variety of events.
More Info: IRRD.
Sunshine: NA.
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Valentine Party: Annual celebration dinner.
World War II Veterans Dinner: Annual celebration dinner, came to an end in 2012.
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