Lioness Card Party, Luncheon and Fashion Show

The 29th Annual LOW Lioness Card Party, Luncheon and Fashion Show provided something for each of the 197 ticket holders. Welcomed to the LOW Clubhouse President’s Room and Main Dining Room on September 23, guests filled the morning and afternoon with a multitude of table games including Mah Jongg, Bridge, Hand and Foot, 800 and 313.  Additional guests joined the crowd for a delicious lunch of a Tex-Mex Chicken Salad and Key Lime Pie, which was followed by a show of fall and winter fashions provided by Dress Barn, Central Park Shopping Center, and modeled by fellow Lionesses. Everyone had an opportunity to purchase raffle tickets for the 24 baskets – the most ever. Thanks to the generosity of nearby businesses, as well as individuals, 15 items were available in a Silent Auction. And thanks to Theresa for a smashing job as chairperson of the event.

What a great day to spend with many from our community. There were obviously winners of the games, winners of the baskets, winners of the Silent Auction items, but the real winners are those who benefit from the LOW Lioness Benevolence Fund


Models Kathy, Jayne, Connie, Val, Carol and Karin

LOW Lioness Celebrate Our Nation’s Independence

We all gave a great presentation to highlight our terrific Lioness spirit and goals at the parade.

Lots of people along the sidelines said “thank you”  as we walked by – Lioness Val


We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. –That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, …  Declaration of Independence, adopted by the Second Continental Congress in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on July 4, 1776.  


LOW Lioness Flea Market

LionessFleaxxCome join us for the annual LOW Lioness Flea Market. Would you care to expose the community to your arts or crafts?  Do you have collectibles you want to sell? Are you trying to downsize, de-clutter or re-focus your decor? Aggressively? Then reserve your $20 space now by contacting Linda (540-412-1021) or Carolyn (972-4656).

Otherwise, donate those gently used household goods or other items for sale by the Lioness. They are needed to make this event a success.  Please contact Helene  (540-412-0798) to arrange a time to drop off your donations.

Additionally, home-baked goods will be available. All profits will go to the Lioness Benevolence Fund.