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.

Saturday, May 20, 2017

I love a parade!

 

Lions Sherri Burch, Karl Ostheller and Dori Swokowski hold the banner during the Viking Fest parade Saturday, followed by a group of Leos from North Kitsap High and Poulsbo Middle School.

Monday, May 8, 2017

Final images from White Canes event

Final photos from White Canes, including some Evening Pride Branch Club Lions....

Dick Prine at the Poulsbo Post Office

Marian Phillips (Noon Lion) and George Dierking (EP) at Kingston Albertsons
 
Evening Pride Lions Karen Jone and Erika Risley (in vests)

Pat Osler, Noon Lions

Sunday, May 7, 2017

Noon Lions collect most White Canes funds ever

WHITE CANE DAYS (May 5-7) by the numbers - Poulsbo Noon Lions only -
$4,320 raised (100% goes to sight & hearing programs in the North Kitsap community);
5 amazing locations (downtown, Poulsbo Post Office, Central Market, Red Apple, and Walmart);
28 Poulsbo Noon Lions, 6 NKHS Leos and 6 family & friends for a total of 134.5 hours of community service.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR WONDERFUL SUPPORT!

(Update: We received more donations for a grand total of $6,500 - the best White Canes campaign EVER! Evening Pride collected $705.)

Here are photos from our third and final day (only Walmart):

North Kitsap High Leo Ruthie Vasquez doing her thing at Walmart.

Sherri and Pat Burch

Ruthie Vasquez and Ashley Jayroe, NKHS Leos. Ashley is the Leos' White Canes chair.

June Cotner working her magic

June Cotner

White Canes got off to a great start this morning at Walmart thanks to these high school students - Peter Klos helping his Leo Club friends Nate Blanchard and Nick Taylor Berry-Maraist.

Ann Best

Family and friends helping out: Sylvie Blais and Erin Scheunemann



Saturday, May 6, 2017

Noon Lions pull in $1,350 Saturday for White Canes

We're out collecting for sight and hearing programs in our North Kitsap community - downtown, the post office, Central Market and Red Apple. Special thanks to our NKHS Leos for helping today and Sunday! Evening Pride Lions are at Kingston grocery stores.

Our Saturday Noon Lions Total: $1,350!

Evening Pride Lions are at the two grocery stores in Kingston.

Roger Sherrard and Steve Swann at Central Market


Our newest member, Marie Buckner, downtown

Roger Sherrard trying to charm a kid

Chris Willits working it downtown

Lion family members Kelley and Regan Vincent at the Poulsbo Post Office

North Kitsap High School Leos at Central Market

 Karl Ostheller at Central Market 

Andy Hento at Central Market

 Are we done yet? lol Ginger Shields is having fun making faces as she put in her time this afternoon at Central Market. She got a little rain AND some sunshine. It's all good!

New section of boardwalk almost complete

A crew (pride?) of Lions are working on a new section of boardwalk in Fish Park today... on the Bond Road side.

 Lions Dick Prine and John Macdonald (backs to us) ponder what needs to happen next.

 Lions are never happier than when working a Saturday morning on the boardwalk at Fish Park. Pictured are Dick Prine, John Macdonald and Tom Settle.

Friday, May 5, 2017

White Cane Days 2017 kicks off today

We're off to a great start with our White Cane Days campaign. Tom Settle filled 3 collection jars today at Red Apple! Our Friday Poulsbo Noon Lions total is $2,000! That money funds sight and hearing programs in our NK community.

Monday, May 1, 2017

Making a difference

Our Lions screened the vision of 51 kids last Tuesday, and recommended correction for 8 of them.

Starting to garden

Reitan hits membership milestone