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2014 Scholarships

The Conneaut Valley Lions Club is offering two $500 scholarships to graduating high school students in the Conneaut Valley area. The deadline to receive applications is May 15, 2014. See the guidance councilor or download the application below.

Download 2014 Scholarship Application PDF2014 Scholarship Application PDF [155KB]

Last Updated ( Thursday, 13 March 2014 15:55 )

2014 Community Calendar

Here is a proof of the 2014 Community Calendar:

Download 2014 Community Calendar Proof PDF2014 Community Calendar PROOF PDF [3.1MB]


The Conneaut Valley Lions club is continuing the tradition of a Community Calendar for 2014.  The theme for this calendar will be Then and Now.  Pre-paid calendars cost $10 and include 1-free line to use toward listing a Birthday, Anniversary, Meeting, or Memorial event date.

Advertisers have sponsored the calendar.  The deadline for advertisers and event dates is November 1, 2013. Calendars will be arriving for distribution December 1, 2013.

Community Calendar from 2012

To order your 2014 Community Calendar, print and complete the following order form:

Order CalendarsDownload 2014 Community Calendar Order Form PDF2014 Community Calendar Order Form PDF [107KB]

To add events to the 2014 Community Calendar, print and complete the following form(s) to include with your order form:

Submit Calendar DatesDownload 2014 Community Calendar Event Form PDF2014 Community Calendar Event Form PDF [108KB]

Download 2014 Community Calendar Additional Events Form PDF2014 Community Calendar Additional Events Form PDF [99KB]

Download 2014 Community Calendar Double Sided Events Form PDF2014 Community Calendar Double Sided Events Form PDF [123KB]

Read more to view and proof the events for the 2014 Community Calendar here:

Last Updated ( Monday, 11 November 2013 22:18 ) Read more...

AMBA Blood Screening 2013

$36 AMBA Blood Screening

On Saturday, September 14, 2013 the Conneaut Valley Lions Club and the Conneaut Lake Lions Club will be sponsoring a wellness program at the Conneaut Lake Fire Department. AMBA Blood Screening will be offered for the $36 AMBA Blood Screening fee plus a $5 donation at the door to the Lions. Several optional tests are available for an additional fee with a separate script from a Physician.

This is a unique opportunity to have your blood checked for a very low fee. Even if you have insurance, the cost of this screening is much lower than most deductibles. If you don't have insurance, these tests would normally cost much more.

Appointments are made directly with AMBA by calling 1-800-234-8888. These appointments will be scheduled between 6:30 AM and 10:30 AM on September 14. Please have your Physician's name and address available when you call for your appointment. If you have additional questions, you can contact Dean Smock with the Conneaut Valley Lions Club at 587-2153 or Jerry Waldron with the Conneaut Lake Lions Club at 382-3519.

The AMBA Blood Screening includes the following tests:

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 27 August 2013 08:50 ) Read more...

Motorcycling for Leader Dogs

Motorcycling for Leader DogsLast year, Mark Mansell rode his bicycle 3,500 miles from Portland, OR to Portland, ME to raise over $100,000 for Leader Dogs.  This year, Mark and his wife Debbie are riding their motorcycles 10,000 miles through 48-states in 24-days to help Leader Dogs for the Blind.  You can support their effort by printing this dine-2-donate certificate and eating at one of the Scott Enterprises restaurants in Erie, Meadville, or Warren until July 2, 2013.  10% of your bill will go directly to Leader Dogs for the Blind.

Download Dine-2-Donate PDFDine-2-Donate PDF [520KB]


2013 Scholarships Recipients

Congratulations to Mara Mahoney and Melanie Steigerwald for receiving the Conneaut Valley Lions academic scholarships for 2013.

Last Updated ( Monday, 24 June 2013 16:24 )


  • Known for working to end preventable blindness, Lions participate in a vast variety of projects important to their communities. These projects range from cleaning up local parks to providing supplies to victims of natural disasters.  Beginning in 1917, the association of Lions clubs has provided millions of people with the opportunity to give something back to their communities.
  • Lions are the world’s largest international volunteer service organization.  Lions are an international network of 1.3 million men and women in 202 countries and geographic areas who work together to answer the needs that challenge communities around the world.

  • The Conneaut Valley Lions Club is looking for people looking to serve both their local and internation communities.  It only takes a small amount of time and money to make a difference.  Even if you’re not ready to join, please support our fundraising efforts.

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