Lions Charities, Inc. ManassasVirginia, USA 703-392-0077 or firstname.lastname@example.org
International Mission Statement
"To create and foster a spirit of understanding among all
people for humanitarian needs by providing voluntary services through community
involvement and international cooperation."
Spaghetti Dinner, November 21, 2014
Annual Citrus Fruit Sale
Park West Lions Club is conducting it's
annual citrus fruit sale. Contact any Park West member or order
online. Click here for more information and
online ordering instructions. December 3rd is the deadline for placing
orders. Fruit will be delivered to the Park West Lions Club on Saturday,
The Park West Lions Club,
through a grant from Novant Health, now has a
SPOT Pediavison to provide free vision screening to children as young as six
months old. Click here for more information.
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We serve the Sudley and West Gate areas of Manassas, the
Bristow area north of Route 28, the Gainesville area north of Linton Hall Road
and State Road 55, and the Haymarket, Bull Run Mountain and Catharpin areas in
Northern Virginia, near our nation's capital, Washington, DC, USA
Welcome to the Park West Lions Club
The Park West Lions are a
group of men and women who volunteer their time to humanitarian causes in the
area and the world community. As part of International Lions Clubs, we are part
of the world's largest service organization. We conduct fund raisers
and service projects to help those in need. The Lions' motto is "We
For more than ninety years the Lions have been recognized throughout the
world for their service to the blind and visually impaired. A majority
of the world's eye banks are established and supported by Lions, as are
hundreds of clinics, hospitals and eye research centers. One such center, the
Virginia Lions Eye Institute, is located at the FairfaxINOVAHospital.
Over the forty-five years of existence of our Lions club, countless members
of our local community have been helped with free quality eye care,
eyeglasses, eye surgery, guide dogs, hearing examinations and hearing aids,
that they would not otherwise be able to obtain. We also support
various youth activities such as scouts and baseball teams. We own and
maintain a cabin at the Northern Virginia Youth Camp located near Paris,
VA. In 2001, we opened the ParkWestLionsCommunity Center located just off
Sudley Road at 8620
Sunnygate Drive. This center is used by
the club for many of its functions, many other community organizations use
the center and it is available for rent by residents of PrinceWilliamCounty
and surrounding areas. Of course we also collect
used eyeglasses for cleaning and reuse at our satellite location of the
Lions Eyeglass Recycling Center of Northern Virginia.
We contribute to Lions and non Lions organizations in PrinceWilliamCounty,
the Commonwealth of Virginia,
and the world community. Here are some of the programs that we
The members of the Park
West Lions Club conduct the following
fund raising activities which are supported by the local community's
participation. The funds we raise goes to
support the community activities outlined above. Our Club calendar contains
the exact dates of all the annual fund raisers. Click here to go to our
By far, our major
fund-raising activity is BINGO, held every
Monday night at the LionsClubCommunity Center, 8620
Sunnygate Drive, ManassasVA.
The early bird games start at , so come join us for a fun night of BINGO,
and maybe go home "the big winner." The jackpot
game pays out $1,000 and our “Make The 7” and "4 Postage
Stamp" progressive games can grown as high as
Our Community Center, 8620
Sunnygate Drive, Manassas,
is now available for rentals. This is Manassas'
newest and finest venue.
We hold an "All
You Can Eat" Spaghetti
Dinner on the third Friday of every month.
In the spring of the
year, we hold our "Super Raffle".
Here is a chance to win $10,000, and also enjoy a fun filled evening of
food, drinks and dancing.
In June we hold our
"Charity Golf Tournament." We offer
such prizes as an automobile for a hole-in-one, on one of the par 3 holes.
The many local business sponsors make this tournament's excellent prizes
For further information, click on any of the underlined
words above to find out how you may participate. For details of when an event
will occur, check our club
It is not all work, we have fun and fellowship too!
Throughout the year, we Lions also have a lot of fun and
fellowship with our fellow members.
In the summer we hold our
installation of new officers with a large party, with invited guests and
spouses of our members.
During the winter months we
also hold a spouse appreciation party. These events include a catered dinner, and
lately an evening of karaoke.. This is open to all of the Park West Lions
at no charge for the Lion and their guest. Click here
for the latest photos.
At Christmas time we along
with the rest of our families all join in a sing along at the
citizens apartments. Click here for the latest photos.
In February we will be
holding our 18th annual golf trip to Myrtle Beach,
SC We have about 25-30 members and
guests go each year. We play four different courses and try to pick at
least one challenging course, sometimes two. We hold a tournament both in
scoring and in putts. Some that go are even good golfers, some of us are
not but we have just as much fun. Cost is very nominal, as we go during
the slow time of the year.
Lions Code of Ethics
To Show my faith in
the worthiness of my vocation by industrious application to the end that I
may merit a reputation for quality of service.
To Seek success and to
demand all fair remuneration or profit as my just due, but to accept no
profit or success at the price of my own self-respect lost because of
unfair advantage taken or because of questionable acts on my part.
To Remember that in
building up my business it is not necessary to tear down another's; to be
loyal to my clients or customers and true to myself.
Whenever a doubt
arises as to the right or ethics of my position or action towards others,
to resolve such doubt against myself.
To Hold friendship as
an end and not a means. To hold that true friendship exists not on account
of the service performed by one another, but that true friendship demands
nothing but accepts service in the spirit in which it is given.
Always to bear in mind
my obligations as a citizen to my nation, my state, and my community, as
to give them my unswerving loyalty in word, act, and deed. To give them
freely of my time, labor and means.
To Aid others by
giving my sympathy to those in distress, my aid to the weak, and my
substance to the needy.
To Be Careful with my
criticism and liberal with my praise; to build up and not destroy.
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