Use the toolbar at the bottom of the page to scroll through the document.District 22B News Letter July 2017
On the fourth Sunday of June each year, the Chestertown Lions Club welcomes cyclists to its summer bicycling challenge, the Bay to Bay ride. The tour consists of five routes between 27 and 104 miles in length. The flat loop routes take in the scenery of the heartland of the Upper Eastern Shore of Maryland and Delaware including farmlands, old country homes, quaint towns, and great country stores. The 27 mile ride goes through historic Chestertown for those who want a less challenging ride.
Spend the day touring the town, then return to join your friends just up the hill from Betterton Beach. Temperatures of mid-June lend themselves to a pleasant swim in the Chesapeake Bay at the end of the ride.
6:30 am to 9:00 am
Rides start at 7:00 am
(Special tandem starts at 8:00 am)
Ride ends promptly at 6:00 pm
Last sweep 5:00 pm
$25 until May 15, 2017
$30 May 16 until June 24, 2017
$40 Day of Ride
– Blind riders ride for FREE
– No Refunds
– Fee includes map, marked route, sag wagon
and five food stops
– Gift for the first 450 registered riders
Make checks payable to Chestertown Lions Charities, Inc.
Register By Mail:
Click here for a mail-in registration form.
Walk-in registration will be available on the morning of the ride. To speed up the registration process, print a mail-in registration form and have it completed with payment in-hand at the time of registration.
Please support our annual shotgun raffle. All proceeds benefit local charities.
The drawing will be held January 11, 2017.
The Chestertown Lions Club is pleased to offer scholarships for deserving high school students in our area. You can find the application here or by clicking on the tab underneath the “Our Work” option in the navigation bar at the top of the page.
A package of information to introduce potential members to the Chestertown Lions Club has been added to our website. You can find it here or by clicking on the “New Member Package” option under the “Becoming a Lion” tab in the navigation menu.
We hope you find it of interest and encourage you to contact any Club member for more information.
Thanks to Lion Bob Knapp for preparing this. Lion Bob is a Melvin Jones Award recipient and past president of the Chestertown Lions Club.
Here are some photos of Club members building a ramp for Lion George Kastendike.