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This page tells what is new and/or different at Spokane Central Lions Club. Check it out and you can find the lastest information about our members and the club in general.

New Member Of Spokane Central Lions

The board has approved the membership application of Sonja Hughes. She lives in Greenacres, WA and is employed by Visit Spokane (our local convention and visitors bureau). She has two children. Be sure to welcome Sonja at our next meeting. Her induction to the club is scheduled for July 29 at our regular meeting.

 By-Laws Posted in Members-Only Area as a message.

Members of Spokane Central Lions can find the most recent update of the club by-laws posted as a message in the members only area. Use your email as your user name and contact Lion John Wilson if you need to find out what the password is. It has not changed since it was first introduced some time ago.

The ROAR

The most recent roster sent our by Lion Laura is available for download as a pdf in the members only section. If you are a member and don't have access to the members only section contact Lion John Wilson, web master.

The Newletter - a.k.a. THE ROAR is available in the members only section. Just click on the newletter link on the left side once you are logged in!

With another Beer Garden coming up at the RV Show you an find out how to sign up by looking at the ROAR. Instructions on signing up are there!

 

Zone E-1 Newsletter

Our Newsletter from Zone Chair Cliff Miller!

March 2015 Zone E-1 Newsletter

District Governor's Newsletter

We at Spokane Central Lions Club are members of a district that includes some 53 clubs in eastern Washington, northern Idaho and southeastern BC, Canada. We're very proud of meeting and knowing Lions on both sides of the border. Our District Governor this year is Lion Kim DiRienz. The June issue is located in the "members only" section (lower left corner of the screen). I have placed it there so it is accessable to members but not the general public. If you don't know how to access it send me (John Wilson) an email or speak to me at a meeting.

The latest newletter is here!

The Border Crossing

The latest edition of the bi-monthly Border Crossing, the Multiple District Newsletter, is now available for your reading pleasure on the MD19 website:
http://www.lionsmd19.com/bordercrossing/bordercrossing.htm
And click on Border Crossing edition you would like to read.

Did you miss the MD19 convention at Ocean Shores last month? If you did you might enjoy going to the District G web site to see a Gallery of pictures from the convention in Oct. 2014. It is here:  http://19glions.weebly.com/md-19-annual-convention-galleries.html

Spokane Central Lion Member Opportunity to Help!

Please sign up for Spokane Home Builders Premier Home Show!

Here's how it works in 3 easy steps:
1. Click this link to go to our invitation page on VolunteerSpot: http://vols.pt/NCh7ih
2. Enter your email address: (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot)
3. Sign up! Choose your spots - VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. Easy!
Thanks,

Lee Teichmer

 

CENTRAL LIONS CAMP FOUR ECHOES BUILDING PROJECT

OCTOBER 10 THROUGH OCTOBER 13

The finishing touches go on with the roof installation.

     Central Lions continue to build and improve Camp Four Echoes that the club founded back in 1938.  The Girl Scout Council asked the club to construct a structure on the hill above the lower camp.  The structure would be for a place of refuge in the event of thunder storms that might suddenly come along while the girls would be getting a tenting and cooking experience away from the regular camp.  The regular camp now has permanent buildings where the Girl Scouts stay.  The structure will also will be used for supply storage during the girls outing.  It took four days to build the structure and we are told that we did a good job building what the Girl Scout Council wanted.

     Club Carpenters who participated in the building project are as follows with former contractor Lion Jerry Johnson as the supervisor:  Steve Ball, Bill Brooks, Ron Clark, Chuck Munson, Jerry Williams, Dan Cenis, Bill Bunch, Cliff Miller and Jim Morris.  Additional help was provided by former Camp Ranger Bill Potts and former camp director Jayne Courchaine.  Property manager for the council Lani and her daughter Isabelle also helped with some of the roof installation.

     Punky Johnson, Jerry Johnson’s wife and Lion Carol Williams,  Jerry Williams wife kept the carpenter crew well fed.  They also assisted in some “go-fer” duties during the construction.   Our thanks to those nice ladies! 

     Project boss Jerry Johnson along with Girl Scout Committee Chair Jim Morris expressed their sincere thanks to the crew for a job well done.

PANCAKE BREAKFAST

The Spokane Central Lions Club and Corbin Senior Center held their second annual “Pancakes ‘n More” breakfast on Saturday, April 19, 2014 from 7:30 am to 10:30 am.  Approximately 170 breakfasts were served by twenty volunteers, mostly Lions, equating to 80 man-hours.  The Northwest Lions Foundation Screening Van was on-site for anyone wishing to take advantage of the services provided.  The van was staffed by eight nursing students from the WSU School of Nursing in Spokane.  They were supervised by Lion Laura Wintersteen-Arleth, their instructor.

Special thanks also to Mike Parker and his wife who brought the van from the west side of Multiple District 19 and positioned it as requested so it could be conveniently accessed by people coming to the breakfast.  We were concerned that it may have been a long trip for just a few participants.  There were some people that were screened who learned they had unknown health issues.  Mike assured us that identifying even one person with a health issue made the whole tip beneficial and worthwhile to him.

The club also sponsored a raffle of various food-related items.  The items included gift certificates of varying values from Yoke’s Fresh Market plus certificates to restaurants, retail bakeries and meat markets.  Lions Jerry and Carole Williams began soliciting prizes two months prior to the breakfast and accumulated twenty prizes with a total value over $600.  The drawing was held at the completion of the breakfast.  Both events netted the club $1163.00 which will help fund club sponsored service projects.

 

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Northwest Lions Eyeglass Recycling Center

The latest newletter (jan. 2015) is available here! It is a pdf file and should be readable by all of your devices (computer, tablet or phone). 

 

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