Saturday, November 17, 2012

Lions' flag program is in full force


Veteran's Day - November 11 - was the last holiday of 2012 for putting out and taking down flags for the Poulsbo Noon Lions Club. Here, Lions Sherrie and Pat Burch are putting up flags on Front Street. This has been a solid fund-raiser for our club, headed by Lion Dick Prine, over the years.

Alvarado chosen Lion of the Quarter


President Ginger Shields presents Lion Matt Alvarado with a plaque for being named Lion of the Quarter for the Poulsbo Noon Lions.

Peters earns Martin Anderson award


Lion Dale Anderson (left) congratulates Lion Dennis Peters for earning the Martin Anderson Lion of the Year Award - in Dale's father's name. President Ginger Shields is on the right.

Friday, November 9, 2012

Poulsbo Lions grow by two more members


New Poulsbo Noon Lions Club members Rich and Jan Copitts are inducted into the club at the November 8 noon meeting. From left to right: President Ginger Shields, Lions Elda Armstrong, Rich and Jan Colpitts, Ryan Smart, Dick Prine and Pat Burch (the Colpitts' sponsor).

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Kingston High LEOs weigh in on food drive

KHS Leos treated Sharenet to 200 lbs of canned and dry goods after their Trick or Treat Food Drive!
 
 
Kingston High School LEOs treated Sharenet to 200 cans (176 pounds) of goods after their Trick or Treat Food Drive.

Saturday, November 3, 2012

Lions react to Superstorm Sandy

Earlier this week as Superstorm Sandy was near landfall on the East Coast, we let you know that Lions would be there for those in the storm's path. We know the devastating impact that a disaster can have in a community and as always, our thoughts and prayers are with those who were affected, including members of our own Lions family. As Lions, we have once again demonstrated our quick response in the time of need, and we want to update you on relief efforts.

Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) awarded a US$100,000 Major Catastrophe Grant with money from the disaster relief fund, allowing Lions in affected areas to immediately begin providing assistance. Many Lions are already working with local food banks, police and fire departments and other local organizations.

In addition to the Major Catastrophe Grant, LCIF has awarded US$100,000 in emergency grants to Lions districts in North Carolina, Maryland, New Jersey, Connecticut and New York. LCIF was able to award these funds from the disaster relief fund, thanks to Lions who generously donated knowing that in times of disaster there is an urgent and great need.

Follow our efforts online through the LCI blog, Twitter and Facebook. LCIF is expecting and is ready for many more emergency grant requests as Lions assess the needs of their communities and power is restored. We also encourage Lions to consider making a donation to the Foundation for disaster relief. Donations to the disaster relief fund are Melvin Jones Fellowship eligible.
 
We believe that "In A World of Service," one person can make a difference, but together we can have an even greater impact.
Sincerely,
Wayne A. Madden Wing-Kun Tam
President, LCI Chairperson, LCIF

Starting to garden

Reitan hits membership milestone