Lexington Park Lions Club Foundation presented Kayli S. Scrivener and Nolin J. Bradley with $1000
scholarships in recognition of their academic excellence and community service.
St. Mary’s County Lions are excited, delighted and proud to announce the winners of the first
round of competition in the Lions Club International Annual Peace Poster Contest.
Randy Lawson of the Lexington Park Lions Club is recognized for his 20 years service as a Lion. Active since his first day as a Lion, Lion Randy serves as First Vice President and is a continuing source of guidance and enthusiasm for Lionism.
Lexington Park Lions Jess Davis, Sal Raspa, and Hollywood Lion Robert Mattingly, provided vision screening for folks attending the Community Assistance Day program sponsored by the Homeless Prevention Board, Friday, November 3.
The 2017 Lexington Park Lions Club annual yard sale Saturday, September 23, was a rousing success, bringing in more than $1000 for our scholarship program for Great Mills High School seniors.
Lexington Park Lions joined in with the NAACP 2017 Back-to-School Fair at the Lexington Park Library to provide vision screening for students attending the programs there.
Lion Bob Hayward was selected as the Lexington Park Lions Club Lion of the Year, in recognition for his
outstanding commitment and contributions to Lionism at the local, district, and national levels. Lion
Bob was our nominee for the prestigious Lions Club International Bull Thrower award.
In a friend-raising event, Lexington Park Lions joined the festivities at the Leonardtown Beach Party on the Square, Saturday, August 5.
The Lexington Park Lions gathered to celebrate 71 years of Lionism, accomplishments for our past Lion year July 2016-June 2017, recognize service above self, and install our officers and board of directors for the new Lions year.