Sunday, July 13, 2014

Evening Pride prepares hot dogs for Relay for Life

Photo: As the Relay for Life in Poulsbo begins here at the  North Kitsap High School track the Poulsbo Lions Evening Pride Branch prepares hot dogs for the participants
Photo by Lion David Risley
 
As the Relay for Life in Poulsbo began July 11 at the North Kitsap High School track, the Poulsbo Lions Evening Pride Branch prepared hot dogs for the participants.

Homeowner gets new decking installed with winning bid

 
One Poulsbo homeowner got a terrific deal when she bid on and won a Lions work party at our first Fall Fling Dinner & Auction last September. She asked for the Lions to put on new decking for her. Above, Lion Pat Osler sets the first of 1,500 screws yesterday.

 
The Lions crew enjoys a cold one, provided by Nancy. From left to right: Lions Dennis Peters, Dick Prine, Steve Calhoun, Pat (standing), and Tom Settle.

 
Lions Tom, Steve and Dick work out some tricky decking calculus.

 
A job well done! Not pictured - Lions Karl Ostheller and Candy Peters.

Thursday, July 10, 2014

New Stenstrom in the club

Photo: Welcome to our newly inducted member, Jackie Stenstrom, sponsored by her son, Joe.
Photo by Lion Terry Blais
 
Lion Joe Stenstrom invited his mom, Jackie, into our club. Jackie was officially inducted at Thursday's noon meeting. Welcome Jackie!



Saturday, May 24, 2014

Get your hot dogs TODAY

North Kitsap High School Leos are serving up hot dogs and chili, pop and bottled water in the Les Schwab parking lot today from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., so take a friend to lunch!
Les Schwab provided all of the funds for this Leo Club fund-raiser AND will match the club's sales.

Monday, May 19, 2014

A special visitor to the Strawberry Shortcake booth

This 'lady in waiting' stopped at our Strawberry Shortcake booth Saturday at the waterfront and talked about her costume and its history. 

She did not buy any strawberry shortcake, but did attract several others that did!
 
Our strawberry shortcake booth brought in net proceeds of $820.93. Lion Ginger  Shields headed up the booth with set-up and take-down help from her hubby, Jim, and Lions Chuck Weaver and Tom Settle. Several Lions helped from Friday thru Sunday. Below are Lions Larry Linn and Sherri Burch.

 
Photos courtesy of Larry Bennett
 
 

Sunday, May 18, 2014

I love a parade


Here are Lions Pat and Sherri Burch in the Viking Fest parade Saturday afternoon.
Photo: Here's a photo of Lions Pat and Sherri Burch in the Viking Fest parade Saturday afternoon.
Photo courtesy of Johnny Walker at http://www.almostcandid.net/

Friday, May 16, 2014

Youth Exchange families sought

The Lions Youth Exchange Program is in need of host families for 2-3 weeks this summer for several young people visiting from Europe and Japan. Host families must be sponsored by a Lions Club, but do not need to be Lions members themselves. If you know of someone that would make an ideal host family for our program, please pass the word along to them immediately!

Thank you Lions!

Lion Kathy Schumer
MD-19 Lions Youth Exchange
Incoming European Coordinator
kshoom@comcast.net
Cell Phone: 206-890-1369 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 206-890-1369 FREE  end_of_the_skype_highlighting
www.LionsYouthExchange.org

Thursday, May 15, 2014

New Lions - Lawson and Chatman

Two new Lions just got inducted with their sponsors by their sides - (left to right) sponsor Greg Supancheck (a new Lion!) brought in Frank Lawson, and Dwane Chatman was brought in by Chuck Weaver. It's GREAT to be a Poulsbo Lion!
 
Photo: Two new Lions just got inducted with their sponsors by their sides - (left to right) sponsor Greg Supancheck brought in Frank Lawson, and Dwane Chatman was brought in by Chuck Weaver. It's GREAT to be a Poulsbo Lion!
 

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Hat and apron made for Norseman

We've got the Norseman himself advertising our pancake breakfast and Strawberry Shortcake booth this weekend! Gotta love that. Lion Pauline Ostheller sewed the apron and Lion Elda Armstrong made the chef's hat - XXXXXXL? It's BIG.

For $5 a kid and $7 an adult, you can eat pancakes (plain, chocolate chip and blueberry!), sausage, eggs (scrambled or made to order), and enjoy orange juice, coffee and milk. It's a full-meal deal that brings in money for high school scholarships. Hope to see you there!
 
Photo by Lion Lynnea Heerman
 

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Dressed for success

Photo by Lion Terry Blais
Our pancake breakfast chairman Scott Puhn (Viking on the left) and President Pat Burch make the local newspaper!

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