Sunday, October 30, 2016

Newest part of Fish Park boardwalk ready in time for Salmon Day


Nine Lions worked on the Fish Park boardwalk for five hours Oct. 23 to get it ready for Salmon Viewing Day Oct. 29. Working Lions were Dick Prine, John Macdonald, Steve Calhoun, Larry Linn, Karl Ostheller, ChuckWeaver, Kent Lord, Scott Puhn, and Joe Stenstrom, with help from Dick's grandson, Zander.






Monday, October 24, 2016

NKHS Leos sign up 100+ for blood drive


On Oct. 21, the Leos held a blood drive where they signed up over 100 students and collected 74+ units of blood.

Leos bring in food and blood for October

Photos courtesy of Karl Ostheller


Our high school Leos Trick or Treated for Fishline Oct. 22, collecting 433 pounds of food.

On Oct. 21, the Leos held a blood drive where they signed up over 100 students and collected 74+ units of blood.

Sunday, October 23, 2016

Latest boardwalk addition finished in time for Salmon Days

Photos courtesy of Karl Ostheller


Nine Lions stepped and placed the next to last step in the boardwalk, making it ready for Salmon viewing days on Oct. 29.
 
We got going around 8:30 and finished for the day at 1:30 PM.  The Lions included Dick Prine, John Macdonald, Steve Calhoun, Larry Linn, Karl Ostheller, Chuck Weaver, Kent Lord, Scott Puhn, and Joe Stenstrom with help from Dick's grandson, Zander.
Pictures attached:  One of the pictures has Tom Nordlie who is the Fishpark Committee chairman.
 
John Macdonald making the perfect cut.

Steve Calhoun with Tom Nordlie, Fish Park committee chairman.

Joe Stenstrom, John Macdonald, Dick's grandson Zander and Steve Calhoun all watch Dick Prine work.

Kent Lord, Larry Linn and John Macdonald chat.

Prine, Calhoun, Lord and Chuck Weaver hard at work.

Saturday, October 22, 2016

Friday, October 21, 2016

Lions having fun


Look at all of the happy Lions at the Spokane Lions event Oct. 21!

Friday, October 7, 2016

LEOs help with Girls' Night Out event



The high school LEOS (both North and Kingston) helped with the Girls' Night Out event in downtown Poulsbo.




North Kitsap High Leos earn club excellence award


IPDG Al Hedstrom (third from right) gave NKHS Leo adviser Stephen Nolet (far left) and Leo officers the LCI Leo Club Excellence Award for 2015-2016.
 
Leo President: Taylor Berry-Maraist; VP: Hope Doherty; Secretary: Tara Battaglia; Historian: Jordan Thompson; Adviser: Stephen Nolet

Lions attending:  District Governor Jan Weatherly, Hedstrom, Zone Chairman Jim Lamb, and Poulsbo Lions Pat Burch, Karl Ostheller, Steve Calhoun, and Joe Stenstrom.

 North Kitsap High advisor Stephen Nolet with Leo officers.
 

Starting to garden

Reitan hits membership milestone