Lions Have Been busy

 Lions will be Screening Orange children again this year, Starting November 14th in our pre-schools.  The Lions will be at Mary L. Tracey School in December.

Upcoming Meetings





Providing Glasses

1925: Eradicating Blindness Helen Keller addressed the Lions Clubs International Convention in Cedar Point, Ohio, USA, and challenged Lions to become "knights of the blind in the crusade against darkness." Since then, we have worked tirelessly to aid the blind and visually impaired

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The Orange CT Lions Club is constantly working on new projects to improve our local community and communities around the world. We're always working on our next local event or fund raiser, doing all we can to improve the lives of those in need.

Orange Lions Club Community Events

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The Smith Family at Orange Hills Country Club.

Lions recycle:   Again this year the Orange Lions Club will pick up and recycle your discarded Christmas Tree on January 5th or 12th, 2019

A small donation of $15 is required and the tree will be picked up from the end of your driveway.

Please call Fred Turner at 203-389-4688 and leave a message.  Fred will return your call to get all required information.

Orange Lions Centennial Presentation 

January 14, 2019

Chip's Restaurant

Board Meeting to follow

Orange,  CT  6:30 PM


January 28, 2019  6:30 PM

Chips Restaurant, Orange

Pictured left to right :Kevin Hadlock, Betty Hadlock (holding camera), Pat Romano

and Peter Leonarz — all members of the Orange Lions Club at Mary L. Tracy School.

Senior Pizza 2018

Saturday, 10/1 – Finer House Property on Turkey Hill Road. 9 to Noon or 1 pm. We will be assisting the Orange Historical Society in removing some antique furniture and things from the home. They will be delivered to a storage trailer that will be located behind the Academy Building..


Lions in Action.


June saw our 3rd Glow Ball event.  Great time for all.  Great food, Great golf. Great prizes

Members of the Orange Lions Club, using state of the art camera equipment, and working with Orange School Nursing Director Amy Wargo, completed eye screenings for nearly 200 children at Mary L. Tracy School in Orange this week. The SCOPE PediaVisionScreener is able to identify vision issues in children aged 2 - 6. By simply taking a picture of a child’s eye in low light from a four foot distance, the Vision Screener measures visual acuity (near - or - far sightedness , “lazy eye,” astigmatism, detached retina, corneal deformity and other potentially serious eye issues which, if treated by an eye doctor can be corrected or cured early to keep vision problems from interfering with education. In October, the Orange Lions completed eye screenings at several local pre-schools.Members of the Orange Lions Club, using state of the art camera equipment, and working with Orange School Nursing Director Amy Wargo, completed eye screenings for nearly 200 children at Mary L. Tracy School in Orange this week. The SCOPE PediaVisionScreener is able to identify vision issues in children aged 2 - 6. By simply taking a picture of a child’s eye in low light from a four foot distance, the Vision Screener measures visual acuity (near - or - far sightedness , “lazy eye,” astigmatism, detached retina, corneal deformity and other potentially serious eye issues which, if treated by an eye doctor can be corrected or cured early to keep vision problems from interfering with education. In October, the Orange Lions completed eye screenings at several local pre-schools.

Lions say Thank you to our supporters

Lion Grant applications are now available

at Peoples United Bank in Orange,  Orange Library and Orange Community services or any Orange Lion.

Due by January 31, 2019.

Grant night 2018.

Easter Egg Hunt 2018