Saturday, April 29, 2017

Fishing derby nets big trout

Thanks to all who turned out for our free annual Poulsbo Lions Club Hooked on Fish under 12 fishing derby at the pond by Poulsbo Middle School. Our high school Leos sold out of doughnuts and coffee a few times, and there were lots of successful fishermen!

Colby Wolfe is the big winner at the derby with this 21-inch beauty.

Hanging out at the bait table (and hopefully not eating much) are Lions Pat Osler, Dennis Deitch, Tom Settle and Herb Armstrong.

We had a great Leo turnout. Kingston High Leos are shown above. They sold doughnuts, coffee, water and more as a fund-raiser.

Above: North Kitsap Leos helping with concessions, with Leo our Lion mascot.

3-year-old James Wanner of Poulsbo with his great catch of the day!


Thursday, April 27, 2017

Bring your own lunch today

 This is a reminder to bring your own lunch to today's noon meeting. Tim is on vacation for the next three weeks.

There - I said it three times - bring your own lunch. Thank you.

Monday, April 3, 2017

Do you have your ticket?

You're invited to help us celebrate our 75th anniversary with a delicious dinner and entertaining auction Sept. 30, 2017, at the Clearwater Casino Resort. Buy your ticket today with a credit card (see the right-hand column).

You may get a discount on a block of rooms at the resort by calling a reservation agent at 866-609-8700 or online at by Sept. 8. Please say you're with Poulsbo Lions Club and use the Group ID: 11023.

Poulsbo Lions have created parks, planted trees, picked up litter, given scholarships, visited schools for vision screening, hosted community swims, collected donations for sight and hearing, and supported numerous community groups and needs over the past seven and a half decades.

We hope to see you soon!

Starting to garden

Reitan hits membership milestone