Category: Lions Club
The Pennsauken Lions Club is currently accepting nominations for its annual “Citizen of the Year” award. Nominees are individuals who volunteer their time for the betterment of Pennsauken.
At a recent meeting, the Pennsauken Lions Club voted to give $500 towards the playground that the Merchantville PTA is attempting to fund and build for the students and residents around the Merchantville School. During the same meeting, the Club
On June 22, Mgsr. Mike Mannion, a priest for the Diocese of Camden and Pennsauken native, was honored as the Pennsauken Lions Club’s Citizen of the Year for 2015. The award is given out annually to an individual from Pennsauken
Mgsr. Mike Mannion, a priest for the Diocese of Camden and Pennsauken native, has been selected as the Pennsauken Lions Club’s Citizen of the Year for 2015.
The Pennsauken Lions Club will be sponsoring “Lions Day” at the Red Cross Blood Collection Center in Pennsauken on Saturday, Feb. 28 from 7:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. The collection center is located at 5425 Marlton Pike, also known as
Members of the Pennsauken Lions Club recently emptied the white mailbox in front of the Pennsauken Township municipal building and counted the donated glasses, over 100 pair! They also found a few letters mistakenly deposited into the reconditioned mailbox, including
“Peace, Love and Understanding” is the 2014 theme for the Lions International Peace Poster Contest. The contest is open to any young person aged 11 through 13 on Nov. 15. Eligible birthdates are November 16, 1999 to November 15, 2003.
The Pennsauken Lions Club will be holding a membership open house at the home of John and Sharon Rush, 1 Frost Dr., Cinnaminson, NJ, on Sunday, Sept. 28. The Pennsauken Lions Club is open to anyone 18 or older interested