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Welcome to the Lebanon American Club of Danbury Web Site

أهلا و سهلا   - Ahlan wa Sahlan

Happy Veterans  Day 

         Happy Thanksgiving Day

                                                               Thanksgiving Eve  Open House - Nov. 23 @ 7pm

                            Club 300 50/50 Annual Raffle - Dec. 10 @ 7:30pm (see details below)

more details on upcoming Club events below! 

Regional and Community Events is at this link

This monthly Board and General membership meetings will be held at the Club 
  Nov. 8 & 22 @7:00 & 8:00pm 

2022 2nd half  of the Year Meetings Remaining schedule    
 Dec.6 & 20

Ladies Auxiliary Monthly  Meetings for the 2nd half  
  Dec. 13

Next Pasta Dinner  - Thank you for your support - See you in January 2023!

Friday Night Dinners (BYOB)
American, Italian 
Last Lebanese Buffet Dinner by Hanna's Restaurant  - Aug. 26th
Last Lebanese Buffet Dinner by Tabouli and More Restaurant  - Sept. 30

Special Links:

Centennial Celebration Grand Banquet, a Black-Tie Optional Event October 22, 2022

Thank You ... Thank You... Thank You...  But More to come... Stay Tuned!
In the meantime, check out the "Celebrating A Century" Short Documentary 

For details on Dinner reservations and Commemorative book ads visit the Main Centennial Page

LAC Monday Night Football 6 Alternating weeks event starts on Sept. 12th

Monday Night Football starts at the Club on Sept 12th, and lasts for 6 alternating weeks ending on 11/21 (see detail dates below). It includes dinner buffet and prizes ea. Monday night. Ea. participant will have 2 Boxes on the Board. Contact Jimmy Glynn at to sign up

Week 1 Sep. 12th
Week 2 Sep. 26th
Week 3 Oct.10th
Week 4 Oct. 24th -- Due to scheduling conflict with The Golf Outing, this is being moved up a week to Oct. 17th.
Week 5 Nov. 7th
Week 6 Nov. 21st

Please note that you can now make a CC payment, after confirming you have been entered into the Board. Ensure to select Monday Night Football at the reason for the payment during check out. 

Next LAC Sponsored Blood Drives are at St. Anthony Maronite Church (Sat. Nov. 26), St. Ann Melkite Church (Wed. Jan 25) & St. George Antiochian Church (Tues. Mar. 21)

To sign up, please call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or visit and enter: LACD to schedule an appointment. You are eligible to donate blood after 56 days (8 weeks) from last donation.  Thus far we had collected 200 full blood donations, with 8% first timers.  I believe you would agree saving 3 lives on average per donation is worth going through the process to determine if you could donate. Thank you again for all those who donated at the past drives and hope that you would consider signing up for our next drives.

Please note that the January Drive @ St. Ann Church will be in Memory of the Fallen Bristol Police officers: Alex Hamzy & Dustin DeMonte

2022 Annual Club 300 50/50 Raffle - Saturday December 10th

It is that time of the year again for the Annual Club 300 Raffle with great prizes. The drawing will be held on Saturday December 10th at 7:30pm. If you have not purchased your ticket yet, please reach out to Billy Asmar, by sending him an email to, and include your name and telephone number. 
Congratulations to all the winners:

- Grand Prize for $10K: TBD                   
- 2nd Prize for $1K:       TBD           
- 3rd Prize for $1K:        TBD         
- 4th Prize for $1K:        TBD        
- 5th Prize for $1K:        TBD  
- 6th Prize for $1K:        TBD

Annual Children Christmas Party at the Club - Dec. 12 - RSVP by Dec. 3rd

The Tradition Continues!

Lebanon American Club

Annual Children’s Christmas Party

will be held at the Club this year!

Sunday December 11, 2022

2-4 pm 

Santa will visit the club to say hello and present each child with a special gift.  The Jolly Fella wanted to make sure he had a chance to see the children ages up to 13 years old during this unusual year with a quick visit.

Please come to the church anytime between 2pm and 3pm to pick up your child’s gifts.

By December 5th, please contact Mark Chory at 203-778-4268 or Vinny Digilio  at 203-788-7916; email:  or  Please leave name, age, and gender of child who will be attending. Also provide # of adults attending 

A signup sheet will also be posted at the Club.

Ho Ho Ho, Merry Christmas!!!!

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Annual Scholarship Award Dinner - Thurs. June 9, 2022

 The Club is pleased to announce the 48th Annual Scholarship Award formal Dinner that will be held on Thursday June 9th at the Amber Room in Danbury.  Eligible candidates, will be recognized and be awarded scholarship Awards.   For Applications, Eligibility, Reservations, and for more details on how to contribute,  please visit the Scholarship page.

Support for Lebanon and Our Communities

In addition to our local church communities, following are several worthy causes recommended for your support:

St. Jude Children Hospital  Finding Cures and Saving Children

-  Friends of the Lebanese Franciscan Sisters of the Cross (FLFSserving the most in need in Lebanon. 

-  Gift of Life for Lebanon  or Gift of Life for Lebanon from Metro NY Chapter - Providing Cardiac Medical Services for children born with heart defects.

For additional non-profit organizations and details on the above visit the Regional Community Events

Memorial Day Parade - May 30th

Marching in the Danbury Memorial Day Parade 
Monday May 30th @ 8:30 am
During our Centennial Year!

Club and Ladies Auxiliary Members, 
and Extended Members of the Middle Eastern Community are welcome to participate
The 8th Annual Memorial Day Parade will take place on Monday, May 30 in downtown Danbury. Formerly known as Decoration Day, Memorial Day held on the last Monday in May, is a day of remembering the men and women that died while serving in the USA Armed Forces. We encourage all members, families and friends to come and proudly represent the club and our ethnic community and respectfully honor those that have given their life for our country.

We will assemble at the Club around 8:00 am to enjoy some light breakfast fare and then proceed over to the parade route that begins on Kennedy Avenue. The parade ends at Rogers Park. It is a great time and a fun way to get some exercise walking; or riding in one of cars.

May God Bless America and let’s have a great turn out for the parade!

Veterans Honored in 2022 -

and the Ramey Brothers (WWII), John Ashkar (Navy),  Joseph Buzaid Jr (Coast Guard),  and many more...