About the Bridgewater Community Lions Club
We believe that whenever a Lions club gets together, problems get smaller. And communities get better. That’s because we help where help is needed – in our own communities and around the world – with unmatched integrity and energy. Everywhere we work, we have fun and we make friends. With children who need eyeglasses, with seniors who don’t have enough to eat, and with people we may never meet.
The Bridgewater Community Lions Club (BCLC) is organized around the concept of families. We recognize that not everyone wants to be a member of a club comprised of only men or only women. We know that some people want to serve the community along side their spouse or partner. Others want to volunteer with their children and teach them the value of community service. Perhaps you’d like to help us out with our next community service project.
Volunteering as a family provides quality-time together, strengthens communication, and provides opportunities for family members to be role models, while also allowing them to make significant contributions to their community. Families define themselves. “Family” volunteers can include:
- a husband and wife
- a nuclear family
- parents and children
- an extended family including aunts, uncles, cousins, etc.
- an adult with his/her senior parents
- a retired couple
- an adult guardian and child
- foster families
- a non custodial parent and child
- a single parent and child(ren)
- adult siblings
- children and grandparents
- a group unrelated by blood who is living together
- multiple children from the same family
We actively welcome new members and invite you come and see what we’re all about.
Upcoming events are listed on the Calendar page. The archives will tell you about what we’ve done. If you’re interested in receiving more information, call 508-697-6939 or email us (bclc-at-bridgewaterlions.org).