Vision Screenings: The Antrim Bennington Lions Club partnered with school nurses at the elementary schools in Antrim, Bennington, Hancock, Francestown and Greenfield during the week of September 28 to provide free vision screenings for children from PreK to the fourth grade. A total of 362 children were screened by Lions club members at the schools with 5% being recommended to see an eye care professional for further evaluation.


Home and Harvest BBQ: In conjunction with Antrim’s Home and Harvest Festival the Lions Club once again put on a BBQ at Tenney Farm on September 18h from 5 PM to 7:30PM. The Lions provided chicken, hamburgers, hotdogs and veggie burgers meals, had great weather and fireworks.

Antrim Bandstand: The bandstand needed to be spruced up and our Lions Club volunteered to take on this project. As of June 20, with work being done over a couple of weekends, the bandstand was as good as new. Find out more about this project by clicking here.




Lions Meeting June 9, 2015: It was a fun evening as we inducted two new members, Ken and Kathleen Robbins, and installed our new Officers for 2015/2016.


April 19, 2016: We will have a potluck dinner starting at 6:30 and  a guest speaker, Representative Marjorie Porter to update us on events in Concord starting at 7 .  A special thanks to our program chair Steve Ullman for arranging this event.

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The Antrim-Bennington Lions Club is a local, community service organization which is part of Lions Clubs International , the largest voluntary service organization in the world. 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.

Our club was created in 1981 and has been providing services to the international and local community since that time. Our two major fund raising efforts (Home and Harvest BBQ and selling Christmas trees) provide funds for local efforts such as Operation Santa, Bike Rode and providing glasses for those in need. In addition we volunteer for hosting Community Suppers, vision screening for 4 to 6 year old children, holding Election forums and many more. Periodically our club takes on a major service project such as the Antrim Bennington Outdoor Guide, a 60 page guide to the outdoor resources of our communities that we published in 2009 and 2013.

Following are the Lions providing hotdogs, food and drinks at an Antrim in the Evening concert.

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Lions club members are men and women who strive to make a difference in their local community as well as in communities worldwide. 

Why should I become a Lion? 

As a Lions club member, you can: 

  • make a difference everyday in your community 
  • provide support locally or reach out internationally
  • grow personally and professionally by participating in our programs,  community service projects and events
  • have an impact on local and international humanitarian issues
  • develop relationships with both local and international community and business leaders

If you are interested please contact us via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.or call 603-588-2005