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Lions Eyeglass Recycling Center NEW LOCATION effective January 1, 2009

601 S. Carlin Springs Rd
Arlington, VA 22204
Below Carlin Springs Health Pavilion
Phone: 703-671-1916

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Web Master:
Beth James
Members:
Carolyn Buttolph
Fran Malin
Elena Peterlin
Cindy McLaughlin
Liz Bojtos
Tommy Browning
John Cutrone
Ozzie Diaz-Espada
Jessica Donaldson
Patrick Donaldson
Robert Duff
Maripaz Felix
George Ferguson
Omer Fortier
Mary Jalanga
Beth James
Herschel (Tony) Johnson
Pam Jones
Greg Keller
Brittany Keller
Kenneth Killian
Thelma Maley
Theresa Malin
Robert Otey
Harry Parker
Frank Peterlin
Richard C. Phillippi
Harold Reid
Rosefina Royce
Rosanne Snider
Paschal Tasjian
Alberto Toro
Miguel Valencia
Nancy Weisgerber
Theresa Wielga
Roy Wilson
Shirley Wilson

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WHY I AM A LION 

I am a LION, you ask me why, my first reply must be
with the efforts of many others, I help the blind to see.
Children who might have to walk the earth with wide unseeing eyes,
never knowing the beauties of the flowers, birds and butterflies
and never see a crimson sunset nor the different greens of the trees.
Its good to be a brother LION and know that I'm helping one of these.
Parents who are handicapped by the tragic loss of sight
can't properly care for their families without the benefit of light;
their problem might be corrected but there is a lack of adequate funds.
The lions anticipate the need and once again the job is done.
There is aid for the underpriviledged as well as the lame and the blind.
My aspiration as a LION is to be a brother to all mankind;
and by working with fellow members in doing what needs to be done,
more is accomplished collectively than I could ever do alone.
Yes, I belong to the Lions Club and I have told you why, in part,
its motivating power is compassion....an organization with a heart-unquote.

Past International Director Joseph W. Lawson of Bristol, Virginia

 

If You Think You Can, You Probably Will!
If you think you can sponsor a new member or you think you can’t,
You are right on both counts!
If you CHOOSE to sponsor a new member, you will be successful…
Until you CHOOSE to give up!
It is just a matter of time.
Nothing can stop you until you CHOOSE to stop.
Commitment is what keeps you from stopping.
“If you can Imagine it, you can achieve it.
If you Dream it, you can become it.”

 LION Pride

Baileys Cross Roads is proud to be the home club to the following:
PID Roy Wilson
PDG/PCC Harry Parker
PDG/PCC Shirley Wilson
PDG/PCC Mike Valencia
 

May – Recycle for Sight Month

Changing Lives, One Pair at a Time – In just about any dresser drawer, one can find a pair of eyeglasses that are no longer being used. That same pair of eyeglasses can change another person’s life.

Lions Recycle for Sight – That’s why LCI started the Lions Recycle for Sight program. Everyone can help. Throughout the year District 24-A Lions collect used eyeglasses and deliver them to Northern Virginia Lions Eyeglass Recycling Center (now located at 601 S. Carlin Springs Road, Arlington) where volunteers, including Bailey’s Lions, clean, sort by prescription strength and package the glasses. Since its inception in 1998, the Lions Eyeglass Recycling Center of Northern Virginia has sent over 625,000 pairs of glasses to vision-impaired people around the globe: that is over 625,000 children who can now read in school and adults who have the eyesight to lead normal, productive lives.

From one life improved with a pair of recycled glasses to the millions who have received treatment for river blindness, everything we do as Lions counts. Numbers are an easy way to keep track of what we do, but it’s hard to measure the true impact of our work on people and communities – or the emotional reward we get from helping those in need.


 
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Bailey's Crossroads, VA
phone: 703-451-6257

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