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Lions Club Cancels Bonfire, Plans to Return Next Year

As the Lions bonfire and costume contest can easily exceed the allowable outdoor limit of 150 people gathered closely around the fire, tempting Covid-19 to spread, the Easton Lions will not hold its annual bonfire this year.

“We plan to have it as big as ever next year,” Charles Lynch, Lions Club member, said.




Lions Club Has Proudly Served Easton for 52 Years

For 52 years, the Easton Lions Club has been a vital part of the Easton community. The club has donated more than $400,000 to various causes within the local community and beyond.

Lions International is the largest service organization in the world with 1.3 million men and women in 200 countries who work together to answer the needs that challenge communities. 

If your local group would like to be considered for a donation from the Lion Club, send a written request to C. Lynch, donations chairman, 203-261-0175 or charleslynch2@optimum.net.

The Easton Lions is also a social club with dinner meetings on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month, plus special events nights and outings.

Mark your calendars for the annual Halloween bonfire at Samuel Staples Elementary School starting at 6:30 p.m., and don’t miss the annual Golf Tournament.

New members are always welcome. For information, contact Jim Yeotsas, membership chairman, at 203-374-1729 or james.yeotsas@gmail.com.

Charles Lynch is donations chairman of the Easton Lions Club.