Remembering Yesterday
Serving Today   
Planning Tomorrow
Frostburg Lions Club
P.O.Box 371
Frostburg, MD 21532
301.687.0212
Frostburg Lions Members Center...
Frostburg Lions Club
P.O.Box 371
Frostburg, MD 21532
301.687.0212
EMAIL: lionsusan@frostburglions.org

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We Are...Frostburg Lions
Frostburg Lions Mission Statement
TO EMPOWER volunteers to serve their
communities, meet humanitarian needs,
encourage peace and promote
international understanding through
Lions clubs

WE SERVE...Is More Than A Motto...
It Is A Commitment To Our
Community
...
We Remember Yesterday...

The Frostburg Lions Club was Charter in 1945.  
You can read the original Cumberland Times
article
"here."     

The program from that night, and a listing of
the original Charter Members is
here.

One special note, our founder Lion Melvin
Jones is a signor of  our Charter.   
Read
Melvin Jones Biography

We Serve Today...

Today, we are as strong and vibrant as we
were in 1945.  Our projects and programs
span the spectrum of community service;
from pet food drives, to glasses for those in
need,
We Are...Frostburg Lions.


We Plan Tomorrow...

There is no way to know what tomorrow will
bring to our community.  Be that as it may, we
are committed to continually providing the
things that our community tells us are
important

Annual Reports...
Other Historical Items...
(Sponsored) Frostburg Lionettes...

We know that the Lionettes were a great help
to the Lions Club, and were organized circa
1970, and faded away as folks moved from
the area, or passed away.  

Lionettes Roster is
here.
(Sponsored) Frostburg Lioness Club

No information is available regarding this club,
except that members died off, or moved away.
(Sponsored) F.S.U. Campus Lions...

FSU Campus Lions was formed during the
winter of 2013-14, and ultimately chartered on
April 29, 2014.

Lion Leah Yazdani (of Frostburg, MD) was the
clubs first president - 2014-2015.  Lion Tonya
Spiller (of Annapolis, MD ) was president 2015-
2016.

(Sponsored) Flintstone Lions Club

The club was organized completing nearly a
three year discussion and building process.  
The club was chartered on Thursday, May 12,
2017.
Frostburg
Lions
Club
Today
The purpose of Lions Clubs has been our standard of
service, and our
Code of Ethics guides us in
community service,
Charter Night Programs...

Village Lions Branch...

District  Governors...

Frostburg proudly has had two District Governors, and
three Deputy District Governors.


We are a part of Lion Multiple District 22 - we are
District 22-W.

The 16th District of Lions Clubs International was
organized in 1921 and consisted of the states of New
Jersey, New York, Maryland, Delaware, and the District
of Columbia. Because of the rapid growth in he
District, it became necessary one year later  - 1922 - to
divide the area - New Jersey remained as the 16th
District, New York became District 20, and Maryland,
Delaware, and D.C. became District 22.

The Baltimore Lions Club was the first to organize
(October 26,1921) within the boundaries of the present
District 22. In 1940,  District 22 was divided into
Districts 22-A and 22-B. In 1944, District 22-C was
organized, followed by Districts 22-D and 22-W in
1947. The Frederick Lions Club was the first to have
organized (June 7, 1922) within the boundaries of the
present Sub-District 22-W.

districts:

  • District 22-A - Anne Arundel, Baltimore,
    Baltimore City, Hartford and Howard Counties
  • District 22-B - Caroline, Cecil, Dorchester, Kent,
    Queen Anne's, Somerset, Talbot, Wicomico
    and Worchester Counties Prince Georges, St.
    Mary's Counties and the District of Columbia
  • District 22-D - State of Delaware
  • District 22-W - Allegany, Carroll, Frederick,
    Garrett and Washington Counties
(Sponsored) Village Lions Branch...

A branch club at a nursing care facility started with
District Governor Lion John Parker.   Lion John's
daughter, Brandi Martin is the Director of Nursing at
Frostburg Village, and because they sometimes have
Lions in there nursing and rehabilitation facilities, she
suggested forming a Lions club there.  

On February 6, 2015 Lions John & Sandy Parker,
Susan & Bill Munck, and Linda Baker went to
Frostburg Village and  discussed Lions with
approximately fifteen individuals.  

Ten of those folks eventually  joined Frostburg Lions
Branch Club - Village Lions - becoming the first
branch club in our district.  

Village Lions had their first meeting on Friday, March
13, 2015, and have continued to meet monthly on the
2nd Friday of each month at 11:0 a.m.

Official Charter Night was June 10, 2015, and as Lions
International does not provide a Charter for Branch
Clubs, Frostburg Lions created a Charter, that was
signed by all ten of the Charter members and
organizers.
(Sponsored) Leo Club...

No information is currently available for this
sponsorship, or the club.
(Sponsored) Old Town Lions...

Old Town Lions Club was Charter April 3, 1979 and
sponsored by Frostburg Lions.   Lion Russel "Buck:"
Crabrree.  Oldtown Lions met at the fire hall.  
(Co-Sponsor) LaVale Lions Club...

On November 8, 1955, LaVale Lions was chartered,
with sponsoring clubs: Cumberland, Frostburg, and
Potomac Valley.  Seventy-eight Lions were in the
original Club.
 

LaVale Lions first President was Lion Henry Lowery.  
Charter Night was held at the Clarysville Inn, from
there meetings were at the LaVale Volunteer Fire
Department.
Lions Clubs International Foundation...

Service has been the hallmark of Lions Clubs
International since it was founded in 1917. It is the
world's largest service club organization with 1.3
million members in 205 countries and regions. Lions
Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) was begun in
1968 to take that service to new levels by tackling
global problems as well as assisting Lions with
large-scale local humanitarian projects. Through LCIF,
Lions meet the needs of their local and global
communities. LCIF has evolved to become an
internationally recognized humanitarian organization
and the largest blindness prevention organization.
LCIF is able to leverage its funds by partnering with
other non-governmental organizations and
corporations that share a common mission. The
Foundation grants, on average, $30 million annually.
LCIF is particularly proud of it SightFirst program,
launched in 1990 to reduce and eliminate the causes
of preventable blindness worldwide. Through the
program, it has helped more than 30 million people.