The Stone Harbor Lions Club was organized on January 16, 1952, by twenty-eight of the Island’s business and professional leaders. The Club was chartered on March 4, 1952. It is the Island’s oldest service organization. The Club is fraternal, social, and service oriented, raising funds primarily for the benefit of Volunteers In Medicine (VIM) and the Jersey Cape Center for the Blind, and also to aid the visually impaired, hearing disabled, and the “needy.” Membership varies between fifty and one hundred. Membership in the Club is by invitation and requires a sponsor. Club dues are $220 per year, which includes the cost of dinner at the twice-monthly dinner meetings. The Club meets for these dinners on the second and fourth Thursday of the month at various local restaurants. The Internal Revenue Service has approved the Club for tax-exempt and tax-deduction status.
You may contact the Lions Club at:
P.O. Box 325
Stone Harbor, NJ 08247