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Pre-owned Eye Glass Collection

If you have old prescription or non-prescription glasses in good condition please donate them to the Plymouth Lions Club.

 Look for donation boxes at:

Plymouth Center for Active Living (Council on Aging)

44 Nook Rd. Plymouth, MA

Associated Eye Surgeons
45 Resnick Rd. Plymouth, MA

BID-Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital Plymouth ( 2 boxes)
275 Sandwich St. Plymouth, MA

Kadrmas Eye Care New England
40 Industrial Park Road Plymouth, MA

Plymouth Public Library
132 South Street Plymouth, MA

The Pinehills

1 village Green North Suite 114, Plymouth, MA 02360


300 Colony Place

Plymouth, MA 02360




Eye Tests &
Hearing Aids

Vision Screenings

A vision screening is performed to identify possible vision problems.  Lions partner with eye care professionals to carry out joint screening events.

Community Service

Food Banks & Kitchens

Plymouth 400

Local Boys and Girls Club

High School Scholarships


Various Youth Organizations

Community Charities

Eye Exams and Glasses

Distribution of Wheelchairs, Walkers, etc.





 The Plymouth Leo Club is the youth organization for the Lions.  The boys and girls, who’s ages range from 12 – 18 years, work together to support the community, while building friendships and having fun. They do this through projects where they learn important life skills. 


Leo Club Motto

Leadership – Develop skills as a project organizer, time manager and team leader.
Experience – Learn how teamwork, cooperation and collaboration can bring exciting changes to your community and the world.
Opportunity – Make friends and feel the rewards of community service


The Plymouth Leo’s meet every other Thursday.

4:15pm – 5:30pm

 Plymouth Council on Aging Building

44 Nook Road, Plymouth, MA


If you are interested in joining or know a young person who would like to join, contact:

Tara Calabrese – 617-645-1662

Beth Dorman - 508-930-1578



The Plymouth Lions Club members are proud of the work and contributions we make to our community’s well being.   By sharing our common values we believe we can have a positive impact.

The Plymouth Lions Club began 60 years ago with a few members, and we have grown over the years to over 70 members.  Working together on projects and events, which assist with the various needs of the community.





We Serve. The Plymouth Lions Club serves the local community by undertaking activities that support the eradication of preventable blindness and projects that benefit and support the needs of all people living in the Greater Plymouth Area. We promote these volunteer efforts through the bonds of mutual understanding, friendship and respect towards others. 

We work toward promoting a healthy community in which all people have the opportunity to enjoy quality in their lives.


We do this by concentrating our giving in the following areas:

·          Community Food Pantries / School Back Pack

           Programs =    about 30%

·          Community = about 30%

·         Youth including Scholarships = about 20%

·          Lions International Programs = about 20%








September 7th & 8th

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News & Updates

AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support the Plymouth Lions every time you shop, at no cost to you. Simply click on the logo above and sign up and choose the Plymouth Lions charities as your charitable organization.

Meeting Schedule

The Plymouth Lions Club Meets First and Third Thursday Night
Mamma Mia's Restaurant
122 Water Street Plymouth, MA
Please Note: Some meetings and their locations have been changed to Wednesdays.





News & Updates


Inquiries & Information

For any inquiries, questions or recommendations, please call: 508-965-8535 or fill out the following form

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Weekly Meetings

Every Thursday Night

Mamma Mia's Restaurant

122 Water Street

Plymouth, MA 02360

Plymouth Lions

P.O. Box 3491

Plymouth, MA 02361




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