- Published: 26 August 2017 26 August 2017
Vergennes Lions make one heck of an Awesome Chicken Dinner!
The sunshine brought out all of the townsfolk to celebrate the founding of Vermont's little city. Bands played, vendors displayed their wares and parents, kids, and even the family dog were smiling and enjoying the community get-together.
- Published: 14 August 2017 14 August 2017
Chili for a cause
Londonderry Tri-Mountain Lions club members Randee Keith, PDG Pam Nichols and Joan Dayton serving chili at the August 7th Chocolate, Cheese and Chili Fest. This annual event raises money for Neighborhood Connections a local nonprofit in Londonderry that serves the senior community. The Lions served 15 gallons of their awe inspiring veggie chili.
- Published: 13 August 2017 13 August 2017
Oz takes the GOLD!
Tornados were swirling at the Bennington Battle Day parade as Norshaft Lions demonstrated their wicked “Wizard of Oz” themed float. The kids were smiling up a storm as Dorothy and her friends passed out hugs and the wizard’s cannon fired confetti into the startled crowd. Somewhere over the rainbow got a little bit closer for parade attendees and Lions alike. Norshaft Lions won first place in the "service" catagory! You don't mess with Dorothy!!!
- Published: 30 July 2017 30 July 2017
Barre Lions Host Public Fun
Downtown Tow-Down An Annual Fun Fest
Every year the Barre Lions host the DownTown Tow-Down. It's a staple of the annual Barre Heritage Festival and each year the crowd attending grows larger. This is not a Lions fund raising event. It's community-wide family fun and everyone involved has an absolute blast.
The competition pits teams of five against the clock. Their mission is to pull a Bellavance truck 50ft up Elm St. At intermission there’s an opportunity for all the children in the audience to have a group kids-pull. This year even the little league team took time to start their practice with a pull before dashing off to the baseball field.
Barre King Lion Paul Plante reprised his role as the crowd pleasing master of events. Competitors and spectators alike departed the event with an extra spring in their step. Community bonds, family ties and friendships grow here.