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

I would like to cordially invite you to the Orange Lions Club Centennial Presentation on Saturday, 7/1/17 at 10:30 am. We will be donating a water fountain (drinking) to the Town of Orange. The location will be High Plains Community Center 525 Orange Center Road, Orange, CT (top pavilion).

I hope you can attend.

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Regards,

Lion President Nick Bencivengo.

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.

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.

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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June 12 6:30 PM

Awards Night,  Total Wines


June  19 6:30 PM

Board Meeting Library


​June 26, 6:30 PM

Installation Dinner Chip's

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.

Orange Lions Centennial Presentation 

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