News and Information
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.
Below are the links to our ROAR newsletter. More recently our Secretary, Lion Laura has sent out this information as an email. If you are not on her email list to receive this please contact her or your web master (Lion John Wilson).
The most recent roster sent our by Lion Laura is available for download as a pdf in the members only section. Need access contact John Wilson.
Zone E-1 Newsletter
Our Newsletter from Zone Chair Cliff Miller!
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:
And click on Border Crossing edition you would like to read.
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.
Spokane Central Lions
2014 Camp Four Echoes Work Party
Spokane Central Lions once again did their spring work projects to prepare for the coming activities of the many Girl Scouts that will be using the camp in coming months. This year found the Lions and their guests doing a variety of jobs including the usual clean ups of the various sub camps. That included cleaning and sanitizing the mattresses, floors, cleaning the windows and raking pine needles’ up and away from the structures. New batteries were installed for the smoke alarms in each of the sleeping structures. Wood was split for summer camp fires, more shelving was built in the storage pole building and the old Trading Post building was cleaned out for other uses. As usual, the Lions and guests were rewarded by an excellent steak lunch after the work was completed.
The successful morning at the camp was due to the following Lions and their guests:
Central Lion Pres. Lee Teichmer Bill Funk Judy Russell
Our Chef, Dwayne Harney Sandy Eberly Mike Fulton
Chuck Monson, co-chair Marty Eberly Jerry Johnson
Jim Morris, co-chair Steve Ball Bill Potts
Bill Herrlinger Tammy Schneider Nancy Domrese
Gary Congdon Heidi Harris Larry Domrese
Jeff Wendel Cliff Miller Jim Keenan
Bill Brooks Bill Bunch Marsie Cane
Suzanne Brooks Bob Apple
Lani Nachtsheim – G. S. Council Isabelle Nachtsheim