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Penn-Elm Area Lions Club

P. O. Box 122

Penryn, PA 17564




We Are Lions


We meet the needs of our local communities and the world.


Our 1.3 million men and women in 200 countries and geographic areas conduct vision and health screenings, build parks, support eye hospitals, award scholarships, assist youth, provide help in time of disaster and much more.


Join us in making our communities and the world better places to live.





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                    Help Us Help Others!  All donations and fund raising profits benefit local, state, national, and international projects that help those in need.  Thank You!


Serve Your Community, Serve the World!

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Next Meeting:


 Picnic and Final Meeting

Tuesday, August 21, 2018

6:00 pm at the Lions Park

Hot Dogs, Corn on the Cob, and Place Settings Provided

Bring a dish to share

(Let Lion Don Know your reservation numbers.)





Dear Friends and Neighbors of the Penn-Elm Area Lions Club

     The Penn Elm Area Lions Club will celebrate its 37th anniversary in March.  Our members are long term residents of the local community.  We support the Penryn Fire Company, Scholarships for Warwick and Manheim Central Seniors, and the Manheim Food Bank.  We also support projects for the blind, diabetics, handicapped, and needy in addition to youth drug awareness programs locally and through Lions Clubs International, Pennsylvania Lions and local District Lions. 


     We own the Ball Park between Elm and Penryn, used by the youth baseball teams.  Our Lions Park and playground in Elm is used extensively by families and other community groups for reunions, picnics, and the spring plant exchange.  We have even had a few weddings, and other events.  


     For years we have held a Fall Fest for the areas children and their parents at the park. The children decorated pumpkins and enjoyed snacks, drinks, hayrides, fellowship, played games and received a treat bag.  Unfortunately, we could not schedule the Fall Fest this year because we lacked enough members to make it successful.  This was a great disappointment to all.


     If you are interested in helping to serve the local Halfville, Penryn, and White Oak community, we invite you to come to one of our meetings to see what the Penn-Elm Area Lions are all about and how you can help us to serve this wonderful area.  Simply contact one of our members or come to one or more of our meetings Calendar.  During the winter and early spring we meet at 6:30 PM, on the first Tuesday of the month at Saint Paul Hall in Penryn and at the Brickerville House for a dinner meeting on the third Tuesday. During warmer weather our meetings are at our park.


Check out our web site here or contact us at pelweserve@gmail.com



Community spirit neighborhood volunteerism reaching out, in true Pa Dutch community spirit.






 33,720 pounds of scrap metal

Thank You!










Kids' Fall Festival


Sunday, October 9, 2016

at the Lions Park in Elm

(542 Oak Lane, Lititz, PA)


2:00 PM to 4:00 PM 


Bring a non-perishable food item

for the local food bank!






































In Memorial


The article to the right was printed in the

Manheim Central Alumni Fall 2012 newsletter.

It is about a very distinguished Central graduate

and Penn-Elm Lion who is greatly missed.


Chief Master Sgt. Marlin L. Haldeman

























































(l to r) Lion Gary Berlin,  Lion Rich Rodgers,  Bob Rodgers, Alma Rodgers, Lion Bob Eberly, pdg


Lion Richard Rodgers is named a Melvin Jones Fellow!


The Melvin Jones Fellowship, Lions International's highest award, was presented to Penn-Elm Lion Rich Rodgers on Tuesday, September 18, 2012.  Making the presentation was Immediate Past District 14-D Governor, Lion Bob Eberly of the Ephrata Lions Club.


Lion Rich's life of service earned him this recognition from our club.  He served his country in the Navy.  He serves his church, his family, and his friends.  Through Lions he serves his community through local, state, national, and international

projects that help people in need.  Lion Rich exemplifies the Lions motto, "WE SERVE".  Congratulations Lion Rich!
























Thank You Lion Merv and Ben!




Lion Merv Bruckhart (r) and his son Ben (l) put the

finishing touches to the concrete pad that will hold the new bench at the Park.


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