Saturday, February 17, 2024

Wanted: Volunteers like YOU!

We always need volunteers, whether it's for our monthly Loads of Change at the laundromat, the Firehouse Garden (which will be ramping up soon!), or our fishing derby in late April. These are only a few of the activities we do for our community. Come and check us out on any Thursday from 12-1:30 pm at Vinland Lutheran Church, 2750 NW Finn Hill Rd, Poulsbo. Coffee and water (and usually cookies) are available.

Wednesday, February 14, 2024

Laundry day is fast approaching

Coming up in a week - laundry day! To take part, individuals must be from North Kitsap (Poulsbo, Keyport, Hansville, Suquamish, Indianola, Bainbridge) and unhoused or low-income.

If you're in the position to donate, packs of wipes (like baby wipes) would be nice. They come in handy, especially for the unhoused living in the woods or cars. These may be dropped off at John L. Scott Real Estate on 10th Avenue, or bring Feb. 21 between 2-6 pm to the Village Laundromat.


Supancheck reaches milestone


Saturday, February 10, 2024

First Frosty Fest sees Poulsbo Lions serving up a Brat Hot Tub


Come and try our hot and tasty brats in a hot tub! We smother them with onions and peppers in non-alcoholic beer. For $10 we add chips and a drink! Come on by the port's floating dock. You'll see our signs at the top of the Port of Poulsbo ramp.

Lions Dan Holt, Lee Metcalf and Greg Supancheck started the day.

Sylvie and Terry Blais took the cash and credit cards.

Amazing aroma and delicious tasting!


Prine hits 40-year milestone in Lions

 Wish Dick Happy Birthday today - he's 80! And he's spent half of his life as a Lion!!!


Friday, February 9, 2024

Vision team screens Martha & Mary daycare children

 Our vision screening team of Steve Calhoun, Karen Reitan, Laurie Sarver and Kathy Moncrief tested the eyes of 58 kids at Martha & Mary Daycare in Poulsbo on Tuesday, referring 8 kids on for further testing.


Thursday, February 8, 2024

New Lions: Vogel and Neal

Welcome new members Dan Vogel (sponsor Lion Dave Damazo) and Greg Neal (sponsor Andy Hento)!


Vogel grew up in California. He retired as an Air Force firefighter after 30 years. He has been married for 40 years and he and his wife have two sons. Most recently, Vogel worked at the shipyard for eight years.

Neal comes to us from Whidbey Island and retired as an engineer in 2016. He has three children. He now welds sculptures.
Poulsbo Lions are excited to have such diverse new members. Welcome!

Past President Pat Osler earns excellent award


Congrats to Lion Patrick Osler on earning the Club Excellence Award for his year as president, 2022-2023. Pat received a pin and a certificate.

Lions gift The Coffee Oasis in Poulsbo with $3,000 check

 Lion Scott Puhn presented Derrick Means from The Coffee Oasis with a check for $3,000 from our Poulsbo Lions Raab Foundation Bellringer Fund at today's meeting. Derrick, also our guest speaker, asked for a photo with our club.

Poulsbo Lions 2024

The Coffee Oasis' Derrick Means accepting $3,000 Poulsbo Lions Raab Foundation Bellringer check from Scott Puhn, who's on the Raab Foundation board.

Starting to garden

Reitan hits membership milestone