the residents of Albany, Troy and the surrounding areas since 1925.
Here's how we do it.
Interested in Lionism? Visit BeALion.org
about our recycling programs and
where to donate used eyeglasses and hearing aids
Coming up next ...
Wed, January 9, at 7 PM: Zone meeting at Valente's in Watervliet. See details on page 2 of the Jan Rare Meat.
Wed, February 6, at 6 PM: Our next general meeting at the Red Front. Greg Sheldon will tell us about Victory Gardenís mission to improve food access through skills training and community partnership gardening.
Support blind children by purchasing your
Learn about the NEW Seniors EyeCare Program
Our new phone number is (518) 512-2722
Read about our Playground Update Project (updated 4/22/18)
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What's inside our web site
|About Us||Here's where you'll find our officers, members, our service area, meeting times and places, a map and directions to the Red Front, our history, photos and newsletters|
|Helping Each Other||How and why to donate used eyeglasses and hearing aids, how to make a monetary donation, how we help the needy|
|Becoming a Lion||How and why you should join our club|
|Links||Links to other Lion-related web sites|
|Contact Us||How to contact us|
And don't forget to visit your District web site.
|Lions are men and women from all walks of
life who volunteer their time to humanitarian causes in their local and
world communities. By conducting service projects and raising funds,
Lions strive to help those in need, wherever need exists. Although the
youngest major service club organization, Lions Clubs International is
the world's largest, with 1.4 million members in over 180 countries. We
Serve is not only our motto, but a definition and a
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