Rockland Lions Ready to Ride for Sight for Fifth Straight Year

June 27, 2012


The Club That Has No Fun, The Rockland Lions Club, needs you to help make their Fifth Annual Ride for Sight a great success. King Lion, Jay Leahy, has rallied the troops for this fantastic annual ride and is now asking the townspeople and business owners to join in the event. The Lions are looking for any and all donations they can muster for raffle prizes. Even if it is a two-dollar scratch ticket (not yet scratched), the club would be thrilled. Any and all business donations of any size would be great. We love gift cards of all kinds from a massage to a pony ride -  all items help make for a great event and to get your name out there on our famous T- shirts. Donations to the Lions never go unnoticed or unappreciated. The Lions members and their families all live and spend in Rockland.




On Sunday, July 22, 2012, King Lion Jay Leahy will chair the fifth annual Rockland Lions Club Ride for sight.  Jay and the Lions Club are looking for riders to join in this fantastic event to raise money to fight blindness.


The event will take place in the beautiful Abington VFW Pine Grove.  Riders and passengers will be treated to a State Police escort through nearly fifty miles of the best riding roads on the south shore. After the ride, riders, passengers and spectators will be treated to a fantastic BBQ dinner, live music from the incredible Road Runners duo and a chance to win some fantastic prizes and raffles.


For more information contact King Lion Jay at 781 982 4007