Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Scan the bar code with your camera and donate to Wreaths Across America

Make a donation and wreaths get put on veterans' graves for Christmas. "We have added Vinland Lutheran Church, Evergreen Breidablick, and Hansville to our honor Veterans," said Poulsbo Lion Linda Schwind. #wreathsacrossamerica #poulsbolions #WeServe

Hover your smart phone over the QR code with the camera app open and click on email address.



Sunday, September 25, 2022

Lions show up for Rainiers game

Saturday's Rainier's game with our Lions family from District 19C. Lions from Bremerton Central, Poulsbo, Poulsbo Evening Pride, Silverdale Sunrise, Port Orchard, Pierce County Virtual Lions and Spanaway showed up. Thank you Sherri Birch for organizing the evening!


Poulsbo Evening Pride Branch Club President David Risley and his mom, Ginny Risley.



Friday, September 23, 2022

Loads of Change helps 54 people with $630

Our club's Loads of Change hit our biggest day yet Wednesday, serving 54 people with 232 loads (washed and dried) for $630. We actually ran out of our laundry detergent pods! If anyone would like to donate, please visit our website at http://poulsbolions.blogspot.com and there's a Paypal link in the right-hand column. Or feel free to bring cash, detergent or snacks on the 3rd Wednesday of any month. Thanks! #cleanlaundry #poulsbolions #loadsofchange #WeServe



Tuesday, September 20, 2022

Clean laundry for NK unhoused and low-income people

It's laundry day tomorrow! We help out unhoused/low-income people in the North Kitsap area every third Wednesday of the month. Keep in mind the last load of wash needs to go in by 5:30 pm so it can be drying when we leave at 6. #loadsofchange #cleanlaundry #poulsbolions #WeServe


Monday, September 19, 2022

NKHS LEOs sort eyeglasses for Lions' recycling center

 North Kitsap High School LEOs sorted 1,240 eyeglasses Thursday, Sept. 15, which were then boxed and send on to Lions Eyeglasses Recycling Center. #nkhsleos #poulsbolions #eyeglasses #WeServe #LERC


Sunday, September 18, 2022

NK High LEOs help with Friends of the Library book sale

The NK High School LEOs helped out at the book sale for "Friends of the Library" on Saturday, Sept. 17 from 11 to 3. They also assisted with setup on Friday and put books away at the end of the sale on Saturday.


Wednesday, September 14, 2022

Box of Fuji apples available for $45 for 40 pounds

 These are some of the best apples you can eat! Place your order NOW - you may not need a whole box, but you can share with friends and family. #fujiapples #poulsbolions #campleofundraiser #applefundraiser


Loads of Change coming up next Wednesday, Sept. 21

 Keep in mind that if you want your laundry to get dried, the last load needs to go in the washer no later than 5:30 pm.

Thursday, September 8, 2022

NKHS LEOs get new club underway for school year

 Awesome turnout at today's first North Kitsap High School LEO Club meeting for the 2022/2023 school year. The NKHS Seniors are doing a super job getting the word out to the other grades about joining this great club so they can carry the torch. Lion Gil Williams is taking charge of the club this year.


Friday, September 2, 2022

Vision screening at Kids Day Sept. 10


Poulsbo Kids Day is coming up Saturday, Sept. 10. Poulsbo Lions will be offering FREE vision screening. This event is near 1st Security Bank by Walmart in Poulsbo.

Thursday, September 1, 2022

NK Photo Calendars now available at Columbia Bank and Liberty Bay Auto

 Our fabulous photo calendars are now available from Lion Joe at Columbia Bank inside Central Market for $10 each, as well as at Liberty Bay Auto! #poulsbolions #nk #nkphotocalendar #WeServe


New area of Fish Park dedicated to State Senator Christine Rolfes

Today, a newer area of Fish Park was dedicated to Christine Rolfes, State Senator for the 23rd District, who has helped tremendously to obtain needed funding for the continued development of the park through matching grants, etc. A sign has been erected in her honor at the top of the access ramp, off of Bond Road.

Another fine platform at the park

Lions Karl Ostheller (left) and Steve Calhoun (far right) join Fish Park Steering Committee chair Tom Nordlie, Mayor Becky Erickson, and state Senator Christine Rolfes on the new viewing platform the Poulsbo Lion's Club recently built at Poulsbo's Fish Park.

Christine Rolfes, state senator


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...