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January, 2018

3 - Board & Business Dinner Meeting
5 - Commodities Distr. Cam Bey Apts. 9:30 am (POC Marilyn Pulk) cxl as of 1-4
9 - Woodcutting at the recycle center.  9:30 am
(POC Gary Youngs)
10 - General Dinner Meeting : Student of the Quarter Potluck
A-F, Entrée, G-O Dessert, P-Z Salad
12- Barn Sort Boyer Barn, 9 am (POC Gary Youngs)
17- Board & Business Dinner Meeting
24- General Dinner Meeting, Program: Ebey's Reserve Preservation School Over view and history.
25 - Blood Drive, United Methodist Church
31- Bunco


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MD19-District H-Zone 7
Club #7928

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PO Box 473
Coupeville, WA 98239

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Welcome to Coupeville Lions Club

We meet weekly-Wednesdays, September – May
 bi-monthly June, July, August
Fellowship 6:00-6:30 PM -  Dinner 6:30-7:00 / Meeting & Program 7:00-8:00
at the United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall
608 North Main St. Coupeville, WA 98239 

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE: Well, it’s January already and our Lions year is half over. In addition, we are celebrating our 80th year as Lions. Our club was chartered in January of 1938. That got me thinking of all of the things the club has accomplished during the last 80 years. I will admit that some of these projects have very little history but bear the lions name to this date. It would be fun to try to get more history if someone were up t the challenge.
· Lions Park – This park building to the County carries the Lions name. When was it created and how?
· The Restroom at Town Park – When did we build that and what was our contribution? Did we build the picnic shelter as well? We could not find this information when we completed the picnic shelter maintenance and upgrade as our Centennial Project.
· The Tennis Court at Juan de Fuca – I’ve been told the Lions built these tennis courts, but the information was verbal with no documented history that I’m aware of.
Lion Dave Fish, President Comments in full click here for this month's edition.


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Updated 2017 Garage Sale Donations Guidelines list- PDF version

2018 Scholarship Dinner and Auction February 17, 2018
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Our current board

Lion Dave Fish
Lion Sue Hartin
1st Vice President
Lion Doug Kroon
2nd Vice President
Lion Brian Pulk
3rd Vice President
Lion Rick Walti
Lion Gary Youngs
Membership Director
Lion Sandy Johnson
Tail Twister
Lion Vicky Reyes
Lion Tamer
Lion Carol Decker
2nd Year Directors
Lion Gary Parker
Lion Barb Vaughan
1st Year Directors
Lion Harold Hertlein
Lion Dennis Bullock
Retention Director
Lion Pat Waters
Immediate Past President
Lion Ricardo Reyes
Program Chair
Lion Barb Vaughan

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