King Lion Jay and the Rockland Pride return to Scussett.

October 7, 2013


Former King Lion Frank Maguier . The skill of the grill.

Former King Lion Frank Maguier . The skill of the grill.




The Middleboro Lions always put out a great product.

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The first Saturday in October brought  the Lions Walk for Sight to the Cape Cod Canal.  District 33 S has over 1800 members including the Rockland Lions Club.  The district counts on the Rockland Club, “The Club That Has No Fun” to inject enthusiasm and excitement  into all the district events. District Governor Ray Moreau says that the events just would not be the same without the Rockland Lions. This year, Jay and the Pride served up Fair Style Sweet Italian Sausage subs smothered in peppers and onions. Hundreds of Canal walkers enjoyed the vast array of specialty fare, including an incredible Mulligatawny soup, Clam chowder, hamburgers and hot dogs, sweets, treats, soda, snacks  and water all at no charge. The district managed to raise an impressive $14,000 for the fight against blindness.











Lion Mike Mullen made a rare appearance in full dress mode for the event.




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The Lions Walk along the canal was a great success. Great weather, good friends and hard work all came together for the betterment of our fellow man and to help in some way to relieve human suffering.


Just when we thought they were not coming, Lion Tony and Lion Kevin arrived by air.


But then just flew right over us.


Many of the Lions spend the week end at Scussett. Chicken dinners and pancake breakfasts.

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