Thursday, June 15, 2017

Leos of the Year named for Kingston, North Kitsap high schools

Tara Battaglia was named Leo of the Year for our entire 19C District. Tara, a NKHS Leo, received her award for outstanding leadership and community service from District Governor Jan Weatherly.

Kingston High Leo Chris Nardelli and North Kitsap High Leo Nate Blanchard were named Leo of the Year for their leadership at today's lunch meeting. The awards were presented by Lion Karl Ostheller, our club liaison.



Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Ask a friend to join Lions while there's no fee!

Join our Lions Club! We have a noon lunch meeting tomorrow (Thursday) in the Social Hall at First Lutheran Church on 4th Avenue. And if evenings are better for you, our Evening Pride Branch Club meets tomorrow night at 7 in the Religious Education Building at St. Olaf's on Caldart Avenue.

Any questions? Please contact membership chair Sherri Burch at (360) 471-1573 or sherriburch@hotmail.com.


Monday, June 12, 2017

Lions work, rain or shine


Friday, June 9, 2017

100 years of Lions

Thursday, June 8, 2017

Scholarships, Leo award handed out at lunch meeting

It's always a pleasure to hand out scholarship money to students who deserve it! #nkareascholarships #creamofthecrop #weserve #pancakebreakfast #poulsbolions #75years

NKHS senior Sarah Hemmett receives a Poulsbo Lions scholarship from Roger Sherrard at our June 8 meeting.

NKHS senior Nick Berry-Maraist receives the Jim Stark Scholarship, named for our beloved past King Lion, from Roger Sherrard.


 Grace Holmes, NKHS senior, with Sherrard




Wendy Yu, a Kingston High senior, and Sherrard

Lion Joe Stenstrom, currently a Western Washington University student, receives a scholarship given in the name of Jim Schoettler from Sherrard.

Leo Liaison Karl Ostheller (right) presents NKHS Leo President Nick Berry-Maraist with a 100% Leo Club President award.


Saturday, June 3, 2017

Enjoying the new bench

Photo courtesy of Sherri Burch
Two walkers and their dog Flint at Fish Park enjoying the labors of Prine and the gang!

Camp Leo dates announced

Camp Leo is for children with diabetes. Here are the dates for this year's camp:
High School - July 7-13. Grades 10-12, $680
 Middle School - July 16-20, Grades 6-7, $580
Junior High - July 23-28. Grades 8-9, $630
Elementary - July 30-August 2, Grades 3-5, $410.

Saturday, May 27, 2017

Get your hot dog!

Grab a hot dog for lunch! This is a fund-raiser for North Kitsap Leos today only from 11-2 at Les Schwab on Viking Avenue.

Sunday, May 21, 2017

T-shirt money and vision screening by Evening Pride

During May, Evening Pride Branch Club gave $250 to the Boys and Girls Club for the purchase of T-shirts for Summer Camp.
 
The branch club also provided 49 hours of community service and assisted with Vision Screening at Viking Fest during the pancake breakfast. Seven Lions screened 54 children and made five referrals to vision specialists.

2017 pancake breakfast raises more than $4,400 for scholarships

Kent Lord, our club president, stamps a lion on a woman to show she's paid. Also at the table, Neil Torvik (handing out stamps) and Jay Dahlquist (taking money).

Our 2017 Viking Fest Pancake Breakfast attracted around 1,000 people, bringing in $4,429.95 over our costs. We had a $1,000 donation as well as $3,000 given from the Poulsbo Lions Raab Foundation for a total of $8,400 toward area scholarships.

Many thanks to those who supported our breakfast, as well as our various Leo students. You're the best! 

Our pancake breakfast co-chairman, John Macdonald, showing off his supervising skills.

Andy Hento proudly shows off some unique pancakes coming off the grill - a heart, square and "normal" round ones.

Kingston High junior and Leo Chris Nardelli cleaned tables.

Dennis Peters (right) shows off his egg-cooking skills.

NKHS Leo Sam Henricks makes a Mickey Mouse pancake.

Sandi Dahlquist, Marian Phillips and Joe Stenstrom greet people and hand them the necessary gear to enjoy their breakfasts.

Sandi, Joe and Marian

Chris Willits serves up warm butter and syrup. Down the line are Ken Rury, Joyce Smith and Dennis Deitch.

Poulsbo Middle School Leos Emalee Burgh and Emma Bue help out at the beverage table while our newest Lion, Carol Ryan, helps clear and clean tables.

Cranking out the cakes: (L to R) NKHS Leo Sam Henricks, Lion Scott Puhn, Leo Ina Antonio, Lion Dick Prine, and Leo Tammy Ho.