Lions Clubs International was organized by Chicago businessman Melvin Jones in 1917 as a community service group. Since then the Lions Clubs have spread throughout the world with over 1.4 million members.
The Amity Chapter of the Lions Club was chartered in 1949 and includes many of your friends and neighbors.
It's important to note that all funds we raise go directly to the people and organizations we support, membership dues cover our operating expenses. The annual Sight Seal Program and other fund raising events, like Community Days and the Beef Supper play an integral role in supporting the community and activities like those listed to the right.
Beef Supper -
Family Style meal - St Paul's UCC 4 - 7 P.M.
Takeout available 4 - 7 P.M.
Children (6 - 12) $6
Under 6 free
Tickets are currently on sale at Boyer's Market, Amityville.
Proceeds will benefit community programs supported by the club as well as national Lions Club initiatives.
Meeting times and location
We meet the first and third Wednesdays at 7:00. From late September to June we convene at the Monarch Fire Station. From June through the first half of September we meet at the Amity AC Pavilion for outdoor fun and fellowship. We are always looking for new friends and neighbors to join us and find out what it takes to be a Lion.
Donate your old eyeglasses to any member or at our meetings.