|Tuesday, May 21, 2013||Noon Luncheon|
|Tuesday, May 28, 2013||Noon Luncheon|
|Tuesday, June 04, 2013||Noon Luncheon|
|Tuesday, June 11, 2013||Board of Directors Meeting, Location To Be Announced|
|Tuesday, June 18, 2013||Installation Dinner at Hillside Manor cocktails 6p-7p Dinner 7p|
|Tuesday, June 25, 2013||Noon Luncheon|
|Tuesday, July 02, 2013||Noon Luncheon|
Thursday, May 16, 2013
Sunday, April 21, 2013
Eight Kingston Lions members participated in April 20's citywide event to clean the city's streets to get ready for Spring and the Tourist season. Lions members cleaned the entryway to the city along Washington Avenue, Schwenk Drive and North Front Street. we picked up over 100 pounds of trash and litter as well as cleaned off the sidewalks.. This is our 4th year in participating in this event.
Thursday, April 18, 2013
Lions District Governor Joyce Maier presented three monarch awards to members at our regular luncheon on April 16th.
Friday, March 22, 2013
In December 2011 the Kingston Lions Foundation donated $500 towards material in making new costumes for their Holiday Season Program to celebrate their 25th Anniversary. Well, the season was a success and the material made beautiful costumes. Here are two pictures of their program featuring their new costumes.
Thursday, December 27, 2012
Thursday, December 20, 2012
Thursday, November 22, 2012
On November 20, 2012, the Club feed over 270 people at its annual dinner at St. Mary's Hall in Kingston. Partial costs for dinner were picked up by Rondout Savings Bank and Ulster Savings Bank.
Thursday, November 15, 2012
Members of the Queens Galley Staff after receiving notice of Kingston Lions Donation.After a luncheon presentation by Diane Reeder of the Queens Galley, the Kingston Lions Foundation Board discussed the dire situation of the Queens Galley, now celebrating 10 years feeding the needy. With the need of Sandy victims many contributions that would have gone to Queens Galley went to the severely damaged areas. The Galley did not make its payroll last week and was facing layoffs right before Thanksgiving. The Queens Galley does not get any government funding and relies strictly on public donations to keep the Galley open. They currently provide 10,000 meals a month. It is hoped that providing $3,000 would cover payroll(Diane(pictured right) is a volunteer and does not get paid) and keep the facility open through Thanksgiving. It is hoped that this funding will give Diane some breathing room to get funding for the balance of the year.