Friday, October 30, 2020

Thursday, October 22, 2020

111 loads of laundry washed this month

 

Yesterday was one of our biggest Loads of Change! We helped 21 people with 111 loads for $377. Special thanks to those who donated cash ($170), water, detergent, snacks, socks, gloves and toiletries, as well as their time - Lions Terry Blais, Kelley Vincent, Pat Osler (feeding quarters in a machine above), and Dennis Deitch.
 
Our next Loads of Change is Weds., Nov. 18, from 2-6 pm at the Village Laundromat.

Sunday, October 18, 2020

Oct. 21 next Loads of Change in the village


 Poulsbo Lions will be on hand to feed quarters into the washing machines and dryers at the Village Laundromat for our Loads of Change service project. On Sept. 16, we helped 15 people/families do 107 loads for $303.

Saturday, October 17, 2020

Ostheller receives Zone C-4 AND District 19C Lion of the Year awards


 We couldn't be prouder of fellow Poulsbo Lion Karl Ostheller (middle). He was honored as Zone C-4 Lion of the Year and District 19C Lion of the Year for his work with the Peace Poster contest and LEOs, among other things. Zone Chair Elda Armstrong (left) and Past District Governor Pat Burch (right) were on hand Thursday, Oct. 15, at Vinland's Grace Chapel for these awards. Congrats Karl!

Armstrong honored for 2019-2020 year as Zone C-4 chair

Past District Governor Pat Burch presented Zone C-4 Chairwoman Elda Armstrong with a plaque for her 2019-2020 year at our noon meeting Oct. 14 at Vinland's Grace Chapel. Armstrong was recently recognized for exceptional service. Her plaque says "Thank you for your energy, enthusiasm and heart for service. A consummate "team player." Armstrong is zone chair this year, as well.

Thursday, October 8, 2020

LCIF World Sight Day Oct. 8

Today is #WorldSightDay, an annual day of awareness to focus global attention on blindness and vision impairment. Thank you, Lions and our partners, for all you do. For over 19 years
Lions Clubs International Foundation
has been partnering with
Johnson & Johnson
Vision, through Sight For Kids, to provide comprehensive eye health care to over 35 million children across Africa and Asia. On this special day take a moment to donate a photo to further this exceptional work. #LCIFLions #JNJ #DonateAPhoto https://bit.ly/32VmwC3

NK High LEOs host blood drive Nov. 20 to Dec. 4

 

 

Our North Kitsap High LEO Club is hosting a blood drive in Silverdale at Bloodworks NW Nov. 20 to Dec. 4. The LEOs will receive $10 per donor. Please sign up!

More info will be available at a later date.

Sunday, October 4, 2020

Local high schools will split $350 from Fuji apple fundraiser

 


35 boxes of Fuji apples were ordered, meaning our North Kitsap High School and Kingston High School will split $350 from the fundraiser. Thanks to those who ordered. The boxes of apples will arrive at the end of the month. #leofundraiser #poulsbolions #WeServe

Thursday, October 1, 2020

Three Lions receive sponsor award for Lion who's still active after 3 years

We have three Poulsbo Noon Lions who received a Diamond Centennial Award pin at today's meeting. Terry Blais, Karl Ostheller, and Dennis Deitch all have sponsored a Lion that remains active for three years. #poulsbolions #WeServe #wannajoin

Starting to garden

Reitan hits membership milestone