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Medfield Lions Donate Chowder Fest Proceeds to FOSI

Lion Tony Centore (r) presents $1,500  check to Chuck Conti FOSI President
Lion Tony Centore (r) presents $1,500 check to Chuck Conti FOSI President

Last November the Medfield Lions Club teamed up with the Friends of Seniors Inc. (FOSI) to host Medfield’s Fifth Annual Chowder Fest. The event featured comforting chowder tastings from six area restaurants/markets including Basils, Noon Hill Grill, Zebra’s Bistro & Wine Bar, J&L Catering of Medway, Ice House Restaurant at the Kingsbury Club, and Roches Market. Delicious rolls were provided by Blue Moon Bagel Café. Thanks to their generosity the event was a great success. The winner of “Best Chowder” was Noon Hill Grill. At the January Lions Dinner Meeting Lion Tony Centore presented a check for $1,500 to FOSI President Chuck Conti who said “the funds raised will help to enhance the fitness programs at the Center”. Roberta Lynch COA Director thanked the Lions for their continued generosity in supporting Medfield Seniors.

 

The Medfield Lions Club, celebrating its 70th anniversary is a member the world's largest service club organization with nearly 1.4 million men and women in 190 countries who volunteer their time and energy to serve their communities and lead the effort to prevent and reverse blindness. Lions are members of the world’s largest and most active service club organization.

 

To become a part of this dynamic Lions organization, call Lion Steve Kramer at 508-359-6921, sekramer8@aol.com or write to Medfield Lions Club, P.O. Box 79, Medfield, MA, 02052. Attend a free dinner and get to know your neighbors and make a difference in your community.

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