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Our motto is “We Serve.”


THE CAR SHOW IS BACK!

The Millbury Lions Foundation will be holding it’s 4th annual Antique & Classic Car Show on Saturday, September 4th with a rain date of Saturday, September 11th at Hebert Candy Mansion, 574 Hartford Turnpike, Shrewsbury, MA from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.  Top 50 awards and more, with trophies being awarded at 2:00 pm.   Pre-registration fee is $10.00 if paid by 8/15/2021.  Registration on the day of show is $15.00.  Cruisin Bruce Entertainment will be providing music and entertainment throughout the day.  There will Dash Plaques and goodie bags for the first 100 participants.  We will also have great raffle prizes, door prizes, a 50/50 raffle, The Dog Father, Hebert Ice Cream and fun for the whole family. There is also vendor and flea market space available at a minimal fee. All proceeds to benefit Lions Community projects. Click here for more!


 

The Lions of Central Mass (District 33-a) held a poster contest last fall with the theme of “Peace Through Service “. This contest is part of an international program for the lions in which thousands of children throughout the world participate by creating posters with a common theme. Our District and state winner this year is Mikay Batiste, a student attending Assumption School in Millbury. Mikay is sponsored by the Millbury Lions Club. The Millbury Lions held an Award ceremony on the steps of the Assumption School on February 11 during which time Mikay was recognized for her outstanding work in creating the winning poster. As a state winner Mikay’s poster has been sent to the Lions international headquarters in Illinois for the next level of judging. Also present for the ceremony were Lions Denise Andrews District Governor, Jeanne Lillie Millbury Lions President and Diane Seely Uxbridge Lions President and Peace Poster Chairperson. And from the Assumption School, Principal Julie Olson and Art Teacher Ann Marie Tutela.
The Peace Poster contest is held each fall by local Lions clubs and is open to students aged 11,12 and 13 years of age. Posters are judged on originality, artistic merit and expression of the theme. It encourages young people to think about peace, creativity express what it means to them and share their unique visions with the world.

September 23, 2019 Annual Golf Tournament….Take a look!

Annual Golf Tournament


2019 Car Show at the Hebert Candy Mansion….September 7, 2019