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In addition, our monthly commitments are:
Commodities distribution at Cambey Apts.
Woodcutting-Recycle Center
Garage sale barn sort
Work party at Coupeville Ferry terminal, (Keystone)
Meals on Wheels
Game night 5th Wednesdays

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August 15
November 21

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updated December 10, 2018

December 2018

1 - Greening of Coupeville 4 pm. The historic buildings of Coupeville will all be dressed up in greens, white lights and red bows.  View the traditional Christmas parade - with of course Santa Claus at the end- from charming Front Street.  The Coupeville  Chamber of Commerce organizes the parade and caps off the evening with a tree lighting and weather permitting a boat parade in Penn Cove. We guarantee to bring smiles to young and old. Contact Lion Sandy Johnson if you are considering being in the parade, walking or driving your car.

4- Woodcutting at the recycle center.  9:30 am (POC Gary Youngs) cancelled, no need to cut wood due to large inventory on hand

5 - Board & General Dinner Meeting Program: Kimberly May from 911.  Lot's to learn in how dispatch 911 works.

7 - Commodities Distr. Cam Bey Apts. 9:30 am (POC Marilyn Pulk)

12 - Christmas Party at Coupeville Rec Hall

14- Barn Sort Boyer Barn, 9 am (POC Gary Youngs)

TBD - Peace Poster presentation 5 pm, at Boys & Girls Club, Coupeville - Boys and Girls Club "Cocoa and Carols" 4:30 pm Peace Poster winner will be announced

17 - The Scholarship Auction Committee will meet to make plans and review status. All Lions wishing to learn more about the auction and possibly help out are welcome to attend. We will be serving pizza as well. 6:00 PM Coupeville Library

19 - No meeting

26 - No meeting - holiday
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January 2019
2 - Board & Business Dinner Meeting, Program: Lynn Hyde, Director of Historic Whidbey will present an update to the Haller House preservation in Coupeville.

6 - Sight and Hearing Van, Coupeville Elementary School - Do your shift or just go check it out-it's so rewarding!

7 - Commodities Distr. Cam Bey Apts. 9:30 am (POC Marilyn Pulk) Cambey Apts-50 N. Main street, Coupeville
Prairie Center Food Bank Fundraiser- make a check out and PC matches for Gifts From the Heart Food Bank

8 - Woodcutting at the recycle center. 9:30 am (POC Gary Youngs)

9 - General Dinner Meeting : Students of the Quarter PoC Sandee Allen
Potluck designation is as follows: A-F, Entrée, G-O Dessert, P-Z Salad

11- Barn Sort Boyer Barn, 9 am (POC Gary Youngs)

16- Board & Business Dinner Meeting: Program, guest speaker, Dr. Jeremy Idjadi Orthopedic surgeon

23- General Dinner Meeting, Program: Cindy Miller - Island Senior Resources: Aging & Disability Resources Programs

Membership/Mentor Meeting, (POC Marilyn Pulk) open to all members dropping in or joining us

24 - Blood Drive, United Methodist Church

30- Game Night at Coupeville United Methodist Church

February 2019

1 - Commodities Distr. Cam Bey Apts. 9:30 am (POC Marilyn Pulk)

5- Woodcutting at the recycle center. 9:30 am (POC Gary Youngs)

6 - Board and General Meeting: Mentor Training Workshop: Our Coupeville Lions Club has another opportunity to receive Mentor Training for members who are either recent, long-standing mentors or would like to learn how to become a mentor.  Your Membership/Retention Committee is considering this a “first-timer” or a “refresher” training course—either way it’s worthwhile.  Lion Diana Walti has agreed to train all CLC members on mentoring strategies to help improve connections of new members to our Club.

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- Barn Sort Boyer Barn, 9 am (POC Gary Youngs)

13 - General Dinner Meeting, Program:

20 - Board and General: Guest Speaker, CAPT Christine L.G. Sears is the Commanding Officer of Naval Health Clinic Oak Harbor.  In a prior assignment, she deployed as the Commanding Officer of the Medical Treatment Facility on board the USNS COMFORT.  She led governmental, non-governmental and international medical professionals to care for more than 120 thousand patients during an 11-country, 6-month deployment.  Her talk will share interesting information and anecdotes about one of the Navy's mightiest medical ships.

23- Scholarship Auction

27 -  General Dinner Meeting:

Membership/Mentor Meeting
, (POC Marilyn Pulk) open to all members dropping in or joining us

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March 2019

1- Commodities Distr. Cam Bey Apts. 9:30 am (POC Marilyn Pulk)

- Zone Meeting:

5 - Woodcutting at the recycle center. 9:30 am (POC John Roomes)

6- No meeting- Ash Wednesday

8 - Barn Sort, 9 AM Gary Young PoC

13 - General Dinner Meeting, Program: Students of the Quarter
Potluck- A-F Dessert/ G-O Salad/ P-Z Entrée

TBD - District 19 H Spring Conference, ,

20 - Board & General Dinner Meeting:  

21 - Blood Drive UMC                    

Student of the Quarter- PoC Sandee Allen

27 - General Dinner Meeting, Program: Guest speaker,

Membership/Mentor Meeting
, (POC Marilyn Pulk) open to all members dropping in or joining us

28- Blood Drive, United Methodist Church

 

 April 2019

2- Woodcutting at the recycle center. 9:30 am (POC John Roomes)

3 - Board & Business Dinner Meeting :

5- Commodities Distr. Cam Bey Apts. 9:30 am (POC Marilyn Pulk)

10- General Meeting, Program:

17- Board & Business Dinner Meeting :

24- General Meeting, Program:

Membership/Mentor Meeting
, (POC Marilyn Pulk) open to all members dropping in or joining us

May 2019

1- Board & Business Dinner Meeting :

3- Commodities Distr. Cam Bey Apts. 9:30 am (POC Marilyn Pulk)

7- Woodcutting at the recycle center. 9:30 am (POC John Roomes)

8- General Meeting, Program:

15- Board & Business Dinner Meeting : Open House and Students of the Quarter

22- General Meeting, Program:

Membership/Mentor Meeting
, (POC Marilyn Pulk) open to all members dropping in or joining us

23 - Blood Drive UMC

29 - Bunco

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June 2019 (Summer schedule for meetings through August)

4- Woodcutting at the recycle center. 9:30 am (POC John Roomes)

5-

7- Commodities Distr. Cam Bey Apts. 9:30 am (POC Marilyn Pulk) 

12- Installation of Officers at Coupeville Rec Hall

29-30 Garage Sale

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July 2019

2- Woodcutting at the recycle center. 9:30 am (POC John Roomes) -

-  Board & Business Dinner Meeting :

5- Commodities Distr. Cam Bey Apts. 9:30 am (POC Marilyn Pulk)

10- Burger Burn

17- General Meeting, Program:

31- Board & Business Dinner Meeting :

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August 2019

2 - Commodoties

6 - Woodcutting

7 - Board and General Meeting

14 - General Meeting- Program

21 - Board and General Meeting

28 - General Meeting-Program

Mentor/Membership meeting 5-6 PM

September 2019

3 - Woodcutting

4 - Board and General Meeting

6 - Commodoties

11 - General Meeting

13 - Barn Sort

18 - Board and General Meeting

25 - General Meeting, Program

Mentor/Membership meeting 5-6 PM

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October 2019

November 2019

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