Attention, residents of Robinson Township!
Happy Spring! — It’s that time of year again!
Just in time for all of your spring cleaning needs, the Robinson Lions announce our annual, time-tested, community-favorite Bags and Brooms Sale
So keep an eye out for your order form, or print an order form online (Bag and Broom Flyer 2022 ), and directly mail us your payment and your order.
Your order will be delivered right to your doorstep by a Lion’s Club Member!
Registration fee includes beer, food, and a chance to win prizes!
Come join us for a fun day and support Lions Club causes!
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Register now to reserve your spot!
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At the District 14-B Lions Annual Spring Meeting on April 29th, 2018, Lion Joe Erdeljac was awarded the distinguished Counsellor Award for his 44 years of service and leadership. 🏆
We admire and applaud Joe for his dedication and service. He remains our compass, and we all thank him for his many contributions to the Robinson Lions Club. 👏🏼
Every holiday season, we deliver Christmas Cheer to residents at the NHS Allegheny Valley School Stucco House. It warms our hearts to see their joy and to know we’re doing important work in the Robinson community. To learn more about everything that we do, come to a meeting and see what the Lions are all about!
In September 2017, the Robinson Lions Club attended the annual Robinson Township Fall Festival, raising money for leader dogs and guide dog programs for the blind and visually-impaired, as well as donating additional funds to hurricane and disaster relief programs through the Lions Clubs International Disaster Relief Fund.
We raffled off gift cards, a wine basket, and more, as well as selling toy brooms and house brooms that were hand-crafted by individuals with disabilities — one of our standard fundraisers.
Please enjoy our photos, here. (You can also still order brooms via our website and Facebook page!)
Thanks for your commitment to the Robinson Township Lions Club, Lion Joe! Great to have seen you in the December 2016 issue of the Cauldron!
The week before Christmas, the Robinson Township Lions Club visited residents of the NHS Allegheny Valley School’s Stucco House, delivering gifts and spreading good vibes of Christmas cheer. The annual tradition is one that is much-anticipated not only by the residents of the Allegheny School, but also by the Robinson Lions!
After raising nearly $500 at the Fall Festival, we decided as an organization to match the donation and give $1,000 to leader dogs for the blind. These guide dogs serve as not only companions but as “assistive devices” of sorts to persons with blindness or visual impairment. Guide dogs, leader dogs, service dogs, and therapy dogs are so important for many who are disabled or ill. We were happy to devote our time fundraising for such an important cause and are proud of the work we have done for leader dog organizations.