Lynchburg Lions Club

Lynchburg Lions Club Lions serve. It’s that simple, and it has been since we first began in 1917. Our clubs are places where individuals join together to give their valuable time and effort to improving their communities, and the world.

Operating as usual

09/11/2020
09/11/2020

9/11 - Never Forget
8:46 AM - 1st plane hit the North Tower
9:03 AM - 2nd plane hit the South Tower
9:37 AM - 3rd plane hit the Pentagon
9:59 AM - the South Tower fell
10:03 AM - 4th plane crashes into a filed in Shanksville, PA
10:28 AM - the North Tower fell

Remember the loss with a moment of silence.
Remember the loss today and forever.

09/07/2020

Car Show held at the Lynchburg Lions Club.

The Lynchburg Lions and the Martinsville IOOF regret to announce after much discussion to cancel the Car Show for this October. Due to the Covid epidemic we felt like this would be the best for everyone.

We are looking forward on having this in the fall of 2021.

We thank everyone for the support that you have given us over the past years....Thank You.

07/24/2020
07/23/2020
A Simple Step to Help Keep You Safe: Walmart and Sam’s Club Require Shoppers to Wear Face Coverings
07/15/2020
A Simple Step to Help Keep You Safe: Walmart and Sam’s Club Require Shoppers to Wear Face Coverings

A Simple Step to Help Keep You Safe: Walmart and Sam’s Club Require Shoppers to Wear Face Coverings

July 15, 2020 By Dacona Smith, Chief Operating Officer, Walmart U.S., and Lance de la Rosa, Chief Operating Officer, Sam’s Club From the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, our focus and priority has been and continues to be on the health and safety of our associates, members and customers. As the...

06/17/2020
Jesus Loves the Little Children (with Lyrics)

Jesus Loves the Little Children (with Lyrics)

Song: Jesus Loves the Little Children Artist: Cedarmont Kids The original tune was written by George Frederick Root The original words were written by Clare ...

04/24/2020
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Mark Zuckerberg shares new product updates on Video Calling, Video Rooms and Live Video within our Facebook App, Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp apps to help everyone feel more connected with each other, even while we're apart.

04/12/2020
Scioto County Storm Chaser Center
04/08/2020

Scioto County Storm Chaser Center

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS ISSUED TORNADO WATCH 91 IN EFFECT UNTIL 2 AM EDT THURSDAY FOR THE FOLLOWING AREAS

IN INDIANA THIS WATCH INCLUDES 8 COUNTIES

IN EAST CENTRAL INDIANA

FAYETTE IN, UNION IN AND WAYNE.

IN SOUTHEAST INDIANA

DEARBORN, FRANKLIN IN, OHIO, RIPLEY AND SWITZERLAND.

IN KENTUCKY THIS WATCH INCLUDES 12 COUNTIES

IN NORTHEAST KENTUCKY

LEWIS.

IN NORTHERN KENTUCKY

BOONE, BRACKEN, CAMPBELL, CARROLL, GALLATIN, GRANT, KENTON, MASON, OWEN, PENDLETON AND ROBERTSON.

IN OHIO THIS WATCH INCLUDES 15 COUNTIES

IN CENTRAL OHIO

FAYETTE OH

IN SOUTH CENTRAL OHIO

ADAMS, HIGHLAND, PIKE, ROSS AND SCIOTO.

IN SOUTHWEST OHIO

BROWN, BUTLER, CLERMONT, CLINTON, HAMILTON, AND WARREN.

IN WEST CENTRAL OHIO

GREENE, MONTGOMERY AND PREBLE.

THIS INCLUDES THE CITIES OF ALEXANDRIA, AUGUSTA, AURORA, BATESVILLE, BEAVERCREEK, BLANCHESTER, BRIGHT, BROOKSVILLE, BROOKVILLE, BURLINGTON, BUTLER, CAMDEN, CARROLLTON, CHILLICOTHE,CINCINNATI, CONNERSVILLE, COVINGTON, CRITTENDEN, DAYTON, DILLSBORO, DRY RIDGE, EATON, ERLANGER, FAIRBORN, FAIRFIELD,FALMOUTH, FLORENCE, GEORGETOWN, GREENDALE, GREENFIELD, HAMILTON, HIDDEN VALLEY, HILLSBORO, INDEPENDENCE, KETTERING, LAWRENCEBURG, LEBANON, LIBERTY, MASON, MAYSVILLE, MIDDLETOWN, MILAN, MILFORD, MOUNT OLIVET, MOUNT ORAB, NEWPORT, OAKBROOK, OWENTON, OXFORD, PEEBLES, PIKE LAKE, PIKETON, PORTSMOUTH, RICHMOND, RISING SUN, SPRINGBORO, TOLLESBORO, VANCEBURG, VERSAILLES, VEVAY, WARSAW, WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE, WAVERLY, WEST COLLEGE CORNER, WEST UNION, WHEELERSBURG, WILLIAMSTOWN, WILMINGTON, AND XENIA.

Scioto County Storm Chaser Center
04/07/2020

Scioto County Storm Chaser Center

Remind: Ohio is still under a Burn Ban! You can only burn between 6:00pm to 6:00am. There is no Burning between 6:00am to 6:00pm.

Here is the answer to the last line.4 X 4 = 16 + 20 = 36There are four eggs, not three eggs, there are four bananas, not...
04/07/2020

Here is the answer to the last line.

4 X 4 = 16 + 20 = 36

There are four eggs, not three eggs, there are four bananas, not six and one chicken.

You multiply the eggs and bananas to get the first part of the equation then you add the chicken to get your answer.

04/07/2020
Scioto County Storm Chaser Center
04/06/2020

Scioto County Storm Chaser Center

What we are looking at for (Tuesday, April 7, 2020) Late Tomorrow and Tomorrow Night.

Day 2 Convective Outlook
NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
1214 AM CDT Mon Apr 06 2020

Valid 071200Z - 081200Z

...THERE IS A SLIGHT RISK OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS FOR PORTIONS OF THE OHIO VALLEY...

...SUMMARY...
Isolated to scattered severe thunderstorms are possible across the Ohio Valley late Tuesday into Tuesday night.

...Synopsis...
A mid-level speed max will move from the SD/MN border to PA/WV during the day 2 period. A low-amplitude mid-level ridge will reside across the Gulf Coast/south-central U.S., and a series of mid-level perturbations will move east across the northern portion of the ridge across the Gulf Coast states. In the low levels, a warm front will become established across parts of the southern Great Lakes with the boundary extending into the Mid-Atlantic states. A surface low is forecast to develop eastward from parts of the Midwest during the day into PA late overnight.

...Mid MS Valley into the OH Valley...
Showers and elevated thunderstorms will probably be ongoing across parts of the OH Valley on Tuesday morning before moving east into the central Appalachians and VA. Although a strong storm is possible early, the primary focus for thunderstorm activity will occur farther west over the mid MS Valley during the late afternoon/early evening and move quickly east after dark.

A plume of steep mid-level lapse rates, and a capping inversion associated with an EML, will overspread much of the OH Valley during the day. Gradual moistening in the boundary layer (surface dewpoints 56-62 deg F) beneath the inversion will contribute to moderate instability (1000-2500 J/kg MLCAPE) across the destabilizing warm sector. Strong westerly flow fields increasing with height will support organized storm structures, including the possibility for supercells and bowing segments. Models indicate storm development may be delayed until the 22-02z period over parts of IL and perhaps as far southwest as central MO. The current expectation is for storms to develop near the warm front and synoptic wind shift over northern IL and increase in coverage as a west-southwesterly LLJ intensifies after dark. Large hail and severe gusts are the primary severe risks, although a tornado is possible with the more organized supercells or bowing segments. The severe risk will likely move from west-northwest to east-southeast during the night and eventually reach the Appalachians late.

...VA/Carolinas...
Early-day storm activity over the upper OH Valley may persist and/or redevelop on outflow as this activity moves east of the higher terrain during peak heating. Forecast soundings show a well-mixed boundary layer and moderate west-northwesterly flow in the mid levels. Isolated to scattered thunderstorms, some potentially capable of a hail/wind risk, will probably spread eastward across the Piedmont and towards the coastal plain towards early evening.

...Lower MS Valley...
An increasingly moist/destabilizing airmass is expected to develop across the region during the day. Models have been indicating the possibility for a weak mid-level perturbation moving across this region along with isolated to scattered storm development during the day. The strong mid to high-level flow, coupled with the degree of instability, may conditionally support a few strong to severe storms

04/06/2020
From Gov. DeWine’s Press Conference on 4/1/20...“This is a national emergency. What people do in their lives is normally...
04/01/2020
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From Gov. DeWine’s Press Conference on 4/1/20...

“This is a national emergency. What people do in their lives is normally their own business. But when what you do endangers other people, we have to take action. Local authorities do have the ability to enforce the order when a non-essential business refuses to close.

Churches: Anyone who goes into a big group of people is making a very, very serious mistake. They're endangering themselves, their family, and total strangers. Any pastor who brings a group of people together — it's a huge mistake.

We still have a real need to significantly increase PPE. I am very pleased to announce today the establishment of the Ohio Manufacturing Alliance to Fight COVID-19. This is a collaborative public-private partnership.

Please look at this to see if you can help us move forward. Some items: Swabs, ventilators, goggles, gowns, etc. Please go to the website, it is an extensive list. The money will be there - just let us know what you think you can do and how long it will take.

My request: If you are a manufacturer, we need your help and we need your help now. If you think you can create any of the products we need, we have a new website: repurposingproject.com -- this will tell you what we need.

Our ODH will continue to analyze tests for the most critical patients, including hospitalized and symptomatic healthcare workers.

We know Ohio hasn't had as much testing as we would have liked. We had to ration the testing.

They are much faster than the private labs. The turnaround at private labs is unacceptable for the patient and the rest of us.

I’ve asked Dr. Acton to require non-testing hospitals -- those that send their specimens to a third party to be tested -- to contract with any of the following labs: Ohio State, Metro Health Cleveland, Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals. These hospitals have the capacity to do tests.

The second part of the order: We will start using rapid testing as soon as we get this in Ohio. We think it will happen in the next week. We're looking forward to this.

We plan on utilizing freestanding emergency departments, urgent care centers, free-standing ambulatory surgery centers (not in use due to postponement of elective surgeries), and hospital multi-use healthcare facilities that house a lab service.

To help ensure our most vulnerable Ohioans have access to food while helping to keep potential exposure to COVID-19 to a minimum, we have been working with our federal partners, the USDA, and the grocery stores on a “click and collect” option to get groceries.

Now, those receiving SNAP benefits are able to shop online and go to their grocery stores to pick up their items in the cars. SNAP recipients will be able to swipe their EBT cards from their cars now without entering the store.

With this change, the mom who does not have child care, the adult with an underlying health condition, or the senior citizen at high risk can order groceries at home and just go to the store to pay and pick up curbside, where available.

For those stores that do not have a mobile point of sale device, a SNAP recipient can continue to order online, then pick up the groceries/pay inside the grocery store. This option reduces the time SNAP recipients are in the grocery store and reduces the risk of community spread.

I have signed an executive order that seeks to provide some assistance for our small businesses in the area of their mortgage and rent payments. We know that these businesses are hurting and have made hard choices.

Through this order, I am issuing a plea -- a plea to lenders and landlords across Ohio to work with their small businesses and suspend payments for at least 90 days.

The goal of this is to prevent foreclosures. You know that the federal gov. stopped the foreclosure on residential mortgages. You know that through actions of the legislature, the courts have the ability to suspend eviction.

We have been forceful to tell our essential businesses to create a safe workplace. But if the customers in stores are not following the rules, it makes it tough on them. Here is what the stores ask you to do:
- Keep space between you and others
- Shop patiently
- Limit shopping trips
- Shop alone, when possible
- Stay home when you're not feeling well
- Wash/sanitize hands before and after
- Don't touch your face while shopping
- Wear a mask/gloves if you can
- Shop online for curbside pickup/delivery

Dr. Acton: Just like a virus is contagious, our moods are contagious.

I feel like we are living in "Groundhog Day." If you remember Bill Murray's character went through the stages of grief. I think many of us are going through this now. Please Be Kind to others. Don't forget that everyone is going through the same stress.

ODH is ramping up testing capabilities. They are going to be working in three shifts b/c of this emergency situation.

I wish I could give you hope about your summer, but the truth is if the curve peaks in May - it will be a slow process to get to the end of the curve.”

Stats:
- 2,547 confirmed cases
- Ages range from

The Ohio Manufacturing Alliance to Fight COVID-19 supports manufacturers in repurposing and retooling to make PPE to protect health care workers.

03/31/2020
The White House

The White House

🚨 LIVE: Press Briefing with Coronavirus Task Force

03/25/2020

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Challenge!

03/23/2020
10TV - WBNS

10TV - WBNS

LIVE: Gov. Mike DeWine, health officials provide update on COVID-19 and the state's response. 442 cases are confirmed in Ohio. There are 6 deaths and 83 hospitalizations | http://bit.ly/2xlSiKU

03/22/2020

Ohio will go in a Stay-At-Home Order starting Monday, March 23rd, 2020, at 11:59pm.

03/20/2020
United States Coronavirus (COVID-19) Tracker

United States Coronavirus (COVID-19) Tracker

Check if you are near a confirmed coronavirus infection zone and get real-time updates on the number of cases in your area.

03/19/2020

Dont be alarmed if you see the National Guards vehicles in the area. They're going to be helping with the food banks.

03/18/2020

The Lynchburg Lions has canceled their dinner meeting for Monday evening, March 23 due to the Conoravirus.

The next meeting will be announced at a later date.

03/18/2020

The Lynchburg Lions has canceled their dinner meeting for this coming Monday, March 23 due to the Coronavirus;

The next meeting will be announced at a later date.

03/17/2020
03/17/2020

Election Polls
are now
Closed Tomorrow!

Update on election.
03/17/2020

Update on election.

03/16/2020

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine recommends Ohio primary be postponed until Tuesday, June 2nd instead of Tuesday March 17th.

Fifty people have been confirmed to have coronavirus in Ohio.

03/15/2020

Governor DeWine will be signing a bill for all bars & restaurants to close at 9PM tonight. Carryout & Delivery Service will not be affected by this order by the Ohio Governor.

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Lynchburg, OH
45142

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Notice: Lions Breakfast is coming up soon. The Lynchburg Lions breakfast is this coming Saturday, June 16th from 8am to 1pm. This event is being held at the Lynchburg Fire Department Community Room located on ST. Rt. 135. Cost is by donation and all you can eat. There will be door prizes and a 50/50 split the pot. A display will be set up of past years Scrap Books and Lions literature for everyone to review. Come on out and enjoy your breakfast and allow extra time to relax and visit with your friends. Please feel free to ask a Lion member about what our club does and how to become an active member. Mark your calendars now and help us pass this information on to your friends. We are looking forward to seeing everyone on Saturday. The club wants to thank everyone for the support that you give us. This helps the club keep moving forward with the projects that we support.