Welcome to the Hanover Lions Club

We celebrate our 84th anniversary this year and currently have approximately 20 active members. 
Our motto is ‘We Serve.’
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Along with the Hanover Rotary, the Hanover Lions Club organized a community response to the COVID outbreak at Hanover Terrace. We offered food, drinks, oral-care items, and toiletries for the hard-working staff and the hard-hit residents. Contributing to the seven deliveries over the course of six weeks, students from Richmond Middle School, Ray School, and Marion Cross School made cards, shadow boxes, and cookies; and students from Hanover High School formed an assembly line to fill decorated bags and hand-sewn stockings with the above items for the staff and residents of Hanover Terrace.
 
We would like to thank all those who contributed to make this possible. Hanover Hardware and Mascoma Dental made generous contributions. Students (and their teachers) from the four schools of SAU 70 gave their time and talent. A number of local and far-flung individuals and families donated items or wrote checks for us to purchase items. We know that other groups mobilized their own generous responses as well.
 
In a time of uncertainty and illness, sometimes it is hard to determine what you can do to help. Well . . . you just did. Thank you.

Hanover Lions Club “Byrne Cup” Twin State All-Star Lacrosse Games are held annually. This 2020 Games were canceled due to Covid-19. If COVID restrictions are eased, we are planning to host the 2021 all-star game on Saturday, June 19, 2021.

To learn more about the games visit the Twin State All-Star website, and see the 2019 games results.

 

Eye Glasses spelling out lions

The Hanover Lions Club recycles eyeglasses that are no longer useful for the  owner when they change prescription, for example. We then get them to people around the world who can use them. Find out how you can participate.

The Annual Prouty is an athletic event that raises funds to benefit Dartmouth and Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s Norris Cotton Cancer Center (NCCC), one of 51 National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers in the country, and the only one in northern New England.

The Prouty™ began in 1982 when four NCCC nurses, inspired by the courage of their patient, Audrey Prouty, committed to cycling 100 miles through the White Mountains of New Hampshire.

The Hanover Lions Club runs the grill tent which serves food to participants as they finish their rides/walks/outings.

Find out more how you can participate on the Prouty website.

You’re invited to dinner.

 Due to the coronavirus pandemic, our dinner meetings are temporarily suspended. Instead we are conducting online meetings. Check back for more information.
 

Come to a Meeting and learn more about us.

The Hanover Lions Club has dinner meetings on the third Thursday of every month from September through June at 6 p.m. at The Elks Club in Lebanon, NH.