Lake Oswego Lions Club
This historic Heritage House in Lake Oswego is our meeting place.
The Lake Oswego Lions Club is in a neighboring community to Portland, Oregon. Lake Oswego is located on the west bank of the Willamette River. The club was chartered in October of 1946. Our membership has 50 active members with a healthy cross-section of both age and gender.
See an Update about the Grave Marker Lion Sarah discovered last year in the Members Page.
The Lake Oswego Lions Club VPE, Sally Ford presented several checks totaling about $180.00 to the Milwaukie Lions Club. The money was the Lake Oswego Lions Club Charity of the Month for April and designated to help with their Lions Club project of raising money to help purchase another Police Dog for the Clackamas County law enforcement department. Sally with her back to you is with Helen and Fred McNaughton with checks in his hand. Note, the Milwaukie Lions meet in the Bomber Restaurant which is across the Willamette River.
Make a Wish Foundation is the May Charity of the Month
Make a Wish Foundation grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. If you wish to seek tax deduction for your donation, make the check out to the Lake Oswego Lions Club Charities, Inc.
Flags for First Graders
Lions Barbara Buckley, Jim Castle, Sarah DeMerritt went to Our Lady of the Lake School April 17th and presented a flag to each student. A brief introduction of the flag was given and the students asked many interesting questions.
LION MARLENE RENEWED THE LO BANNER
STARTING THE FUND RAISING SEASON. JBO ON APRIL 13TH AT LAKERIDGE JR. HIGH
SEE SPECIAL EVENTS FOR MORE PICTURES OF THIS OUTING.
MARCH OF DOLLARS IS THE CHARITY FOR MARCH
|free web counter|
May 17, 2013
Lions Clubs International is the world's largest service club organization with more than 1.3 million members in approximately 45,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world.