Remembering Yesterday
Serving Today   
Planning Tomorrow
Frostburg Lions Club
P.O.Box 371
Frostburg, MD 21532
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Frostburg Village Lions Branch
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Frostburg Lions Club
P.O.Box 371
Frostburg, MD 21532

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Frostburg Lions is please and proud to announce the formation of the
Frostburg Village Branch Lion Club - Village Lions.

On  the evening of February 5, Lions Sandy Parker, DG John Parker, Lions
Linda Baker, Susan Munck and  Bill Munck met with a group of residents at
Frostburg Village - and a Branch Lions Club was formed.
New Lion Fred Phieffer is Branch President, and staff
member Lion Melanie Whitman is Secretary/Treasurer
L. to R: Bill DeSoto, Melanie
Whitman, Fred Pfeiffer, Lion
Sandy Parker
Left, Alice Reuschlein talks
with D.G John Parker
Lion Sandy Parker, Lion &
President of the Village Lions
Fred Pfeiffer, Lion Linda
Baker, Lion Melanie Whitman
and Fred DeSoto
Village Lions is a unique opportunity and environment for Lions and the spread of WE SERVE.  

The way we think of community service and fund raising is completely different that a typical Lions
Club.  The scope and scale of activities is like everything else, only bound by the limits of
imagination, however the logistics need to be created, learned nd implemented.

A very new trail to follow.  Watch this page for much, much more from Village Lions.

When We Meet...

We have a very unique situation as all our members are residents.   
Oftentimes business will be conducted very casually, but we will meet
on the 2nd Friday of each month at 11:00 a.m.

Village Lions First Meeting...SUCCESS

Village Lions had their first meeting at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, March 13, and
what a success.

The grouped looked at a variety of activities and decided to plant two new
trees on Arbor Day.