The Lions Club of Greenwich

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The Lions Club of Greenwich (full disclosure: I'm a member) has, since 1923, served the needs of the local community, particulary those of the visually impaired. 

An affiliate of Lions Club International, the Greenwich Lions support programs and services (such as the Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation and Voluntary Services for the Blind) to assist people with visual disabilities.


This month, in conjunction with the Greenwich Department of Health and Greenwich Continuing Education, the Lions are promoting a four-session course at Greenwich High School on how to reduce the risk of heart disease, which begins tonight.  Details are at this link.

On October 20th, from 8:30am-1:00pm, the Lions will be volunteering at the annual Senior Health Fair at the Eastern Greenwich Civic Center on Harding Road in Old Greenwich.  Further details will follow, but if anybody has any old glasses to donate, please stop by. 

Currently, the Greenwich Lions Club is seeking new members.  If you're interested in helping the disabled in your community, contact the Lions here or email me. 

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