We are a non-profit organization of men and women willing to devote time, talent and treasure to enriching community life. Members of the Lexington Park Lions Club represent a cross-section of the St. Mary’s County farm, business, government, and retiree communities.
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 Lexington Park Lions Club is part of Lions Clubs International, the world’s largest volunteer service organization with 1.4 million members worldwide in more than 180 countries. Our members share an active role through their participation in various committees and activities. We devote time, talent and treasure to enriching community life in the St. Mary’s County farm, business, government, and retiree communities.
WHAT WE SUPPORT
In keeping with Lions Club goals worldwide, our primary focus is providing a variety of services to those with vision impairments, but over the years our efforts have expanded to include serving those with hearing loss and those suffering from childhood diabetes.
In everything we do, we strive to live up to the Lions motto: WE SERVE.
HOW WE SUPPORT
Club members volunteer time and energy to a variety of fundraising activities from which all proceeds are used to support our community service efforts. No money received from the public goes toward any administrative or social costs of the Club; these costs are borne by Club members themselves.