Conway NH Area
Lions Club
Serving our Communities in the Mt. Washington Valley
We're Making a World of Difference!

Conway Area Lions Club

General Information

Originated: Oct. 2014
Chartered: Feb. 7, 2015
Current Members: 29
Board of Directors Meetings: Last Thurs. of the month
Monthly Meetings: 1st Thurs. of the month
Social Meetings: Usually, the 3rd Thurs. of the month but may vary.
Mailing Address: PO Box 168 Conway, NH 03818

Membership Payments

2023-2024 Club Officers

President: Sharon Lammey
Vice-President: Jay Bisio
Treasurer: Rick Lammey
Secretary: Beth Gray
OKS Chairperson (Operation Kid Sight): Shared position
Membership Chairperson: Shared position
Service Chairperson: Charlie Ramsdell
LCIF Chairperson: Jay Bisio
Lion Tamer: Shared position
Tail Twister: Dusty Sheldon
Board of Directors: Sharon Lammey, Rick Lammey, Phil Ouellette, Alicia Gildea, Charlie Ramsdell, Jay Bisio, Noreen Bisio
Club Marketing / Webmaster: Rick Lammey


Board of Directors Meetings:

April 25, 2024- 6pm Zoom Meeting
May 30, 2024- 6pm Zoom Meeting
June 27, 2024- 6pm Zoom Meeting
July- Summer break

Club Meetings:

April 4, 2024- 6pm at the North Conway Community Center
May 2, 2024- 6pm at the North Conway Community Center
June 6, 2024- 6pm at the North Conway Community Center
July-August- Summer break

Social Meetings:

April 2024- Date, time and location T.B.D.
May 2024- Date, time and location T.B.D.
June 2024- Date, time and location T.B.D.
July-August- Summer break

Additional Contact Information

If you would like to contact us about general Lions Club information, membership information or with vision and hearing assistance, please click on one of the buttons below.

General Club Information Membership Information Vision and Hearing Assistance

Donations of Used Eyeglasses

Used eyeglasses can be dropped off at:
Conway Eye Care
1319 White Mountain Hwy. North Conway, NH.

Club News

2024 Peace Poster Winners

2024 Peace Poster Winners

From left to right: Katie Bradley, Conway Elementary School principal; Rick Lammey, Conway Area Lions Treasurer; Bentley Gile, Conway Elementary School Peace Poster winner; Sharon Lammey, Conway Area Lions Club President; Misha Blake, Pine Tree School Peace Poster winner; Holly Preece; Pine Tree School art teacher; Stevi Laird, Conway Elementary School art teacher.

For over three decades, Lions clubs around the globe have been sponsoring a very special art contest in schools and youth groups. Creating peace posters gives children everywhere the chance to express their visions of peace and inspire the world through art and creativity. This past year, the Conway Area Lions Club reached out to our local elementary schools to participate in the annual event, which theme was "Dare to Dream". The winners from Conway Elementary and the Pine Tree School were recognized during our January 4th meeting at which they had a chance to talk about their posters and what inspired them. Each winner was also given a gift certificate to Michael's. The winning posters have now been submitted to compete at the at the state level.  

Supporting our Local Food Pantries

Madison Food Pantry

On November 18th, members of our club helped the Madison Food Pantry distribute Thanksgiving meals along with donating $1,000.00 which will be used for stocking their pantry during the holiday season. From left to right: Rick Lammey, Conway Area Lions Treasurer; Mary Dame, Madison Food Pantry; Joe Dame, Madison Food Pantry; Sharon Lammey, Conway Area Lions President; Alicia Gildea, Conway Area Lions Club Past President; Andy Wilder, Conway Area Lions volunteer; Dusty Sheldon, Conway Area Lions Tail Twister.

The Conway Area Lions Club serve our local communities!  Not only do we regularly donate financially to local organizations, but we also volunteer to help those organizations serve our communities. If you are interested in helping people in the communities of the Mt. Washington Valley, become a Lion!

Donations for our local communities

If you would like to donate to help our local communities, there are two ways you can do so. First, you can donate towards our general charity fund. Money donated to our general charity fund will be used for eye and hearing care, local food pantries and other local organizations in need. Secondly, you can donate money that will go directly to a local food pantry. If you have a preference to which food pantry it goes to, please note it in the memo when making the donation.

Local Food Bank Donation Local Eye/Hearing Donation
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