Shredding event Saturday October 30th. Rain or Shine

Please note that we will be respecting social distancing. A Lion or Boy Scout will take your shredding material from your car and put it in the Shredder.

Due to Covid and in an effort to protect you and our Lions and Boy Scout volunteers there are a few rules that we need to implement.

Please:

Stay in your car
Wear a mask
Place shredding material in your trunk beforehand if possible
There will be an area to pull over out of the traffic lane if you need to exit car to deposit shredding material or witness the shredding of confidential documents.
Respect Social Distancing
Drive One Way – Exit around building

We are accepting free will donations. Our costs have increased, so please be as generous as you able to be.

We hope to see you on October 30th.

Questions? – ask a Lion

2021 – 62nd Annual Bethany Lions Memorial Day Parade & Ceremony

The Bethany Lions extends a heartfelt thanks our Bethany Lions, local and state leaders, cars, Brownie troop #60130, antique Ford Model T, Flanagan ambulance and the farm tractor unit for coming out to honor the memory of those who gave the ultimate sacrifice – their lives – so that we can live in a free country based on democracy.

It’s not the size or type of the parade nor the grandeur, but more importantly, it is the giving of our time to show respect and remembrance – the true meaning of Memorial Day.

President Anne Dembski laid the wreaths at both Town Hall and Veteran’s Park Memorials along with Bethany Lions and many of who participated in the event to show their respect. What was so touching was having Brownie Troop #60130 participate in the ceremony at Veteran’s Memorial Park and who led us in the Pledge of Allegiance. Their respect, willingness to participate and scout decorum was impressive to watch – Demonstrating the true meaning of Memorial Day and the sharing of the meaning of Memorial Day passed onto another generation.