Thursday, October 18, 2018

Foundation donates $2k to pediatric cancer fun


Poulsbo Lions Raab Foundation Directors donated $2,000 to the District 19C Childhood Cancer Fund of Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital. This family assistance fund helps with the financial burden while their child is hospitalized fighting cancer. 1VDG Pat Burch accepted the donation from Directors John Macdonald, Dennis Tesch, Terry Blais, Larry Linn and Roger Sherrard.


Thursday, October 11, 2018

7 bags of trash picked up on Viking Avenue


Nine Poulsbo Noon Lions met at Fish Park to pick up litter along Viking Avenue, which we do twice a year. Helping out today were (l to r): Jim Shields, Sherri Burch, Andy Hento, Carol Ryan, Ginger Shields, Larry Linn, and not pictured, Pat Osler, Dori Swokowski and Terry Blais.


Lions Larry Linn and Andy Hento working their way down Viking Avenue.


Carol Ryan scored BIG for the day with two Depends and two condoms (one new in the package!).


Wednesday, October 10, 2018

New service project starts to help low- and no-income people with laundry


This is a new program we're starting to help those who are low-income or no-income with cleaning their laundry. We're starting with a 5-hour trial run Oct. 24. Please get the word out! We hope to do this on a monthly basis, as long as we have the funds. 

Saturday, October 6, 2018

$100 goes a long way....


Today, 253M individuals are blind or visually impaired? LCIF's Campaign 100 will lead the world in establishing and strengthening comprehensive eye care institutions and systems through capital expansions, equipment provisioning and human resource training. 

Peace posters, apple sales, blood drives on Leos' list of things to do

Did you know we have the student version of Lions Clubs at our middle schools and high schools?

These Leo Clubs are off to a great start this fall. North Kitsap High had 35 kids turn out at its first meeting Sept. 13. The new advisor is Shannon Singleton. At Kingston High, 22 kids turned out at the first meeting Sept. 11. Lion Karl Ostheller is the advisor with help from KHS teacher Kim Smith. Kate Ebert is the advisor again at Poulsbo Middle School, where 38 kids turned out. They're already starting work on "Kindness Matters" Peace Posters. And at Kingston Middle School, Stephanie Robinson is the advisor. That club will start this month.

These kids have plans for a fall blood drive, anti-bullying and Kindness Matters posters, stuffing dental gift bags, working at Centennial Park and Fish Park, and trick-or-treating for the food bank. NKHS Leos just finished their first fund-raiser - they sold 32 boxes of Fuji apples, clearing $320!

Friday, October 5, 2018

180 kids screened at Early Learning Centers


180 preschool children from Little Boston and Suquamish Early Learning Centers had their vision screened over two days last week by our wonderful crew: Ann Best, Karen Reitan, Dori Swokowski, Sherri Burch, Pauline Ostheller, Carol Ryan, Elda Armstrong and Steve Calhoun.

Thursday, October 4, 2018

NK School District's Rachel Davenport joins Poulsbo Noon Lions


Welcome Rachel Davenport as our newest Poulsbo Lion! She was inducted at today's meeting. Rachel works for the North Kitsap School District and was sponsored by Linda Schwind.

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Another 7 pounds of veggies delivered to Sharenet


7 lbs of veggies were delivered to Sharenet today from Evening Pride Branch Club's Firehouse Garden. 

Starting to garden

52 NK people served with laundry program

  Lion Dori Swokowski helps Robert by feeding the dryer with quarters during Loads of Change tonight. Poulsbo Lions spent $575.25 tonight at...