The Lions Motto is “We Serve."  For 98 years our Club's members have followed this mandate through the creation and support of a wide variety of facilities and service projects.

While Sight is the major institutional goal of Lionism, our bylaws also direct us to take an active interest in the Civic, Cultural, Social and Moral Welfare of our community. 

We welcome membership interest from any man or woman of legal majority, good moral character and community reputation who recognizes Lions as a vehicle through which they can make a contribution to the community, expand their acquaintances and make some wonderful friends.

The Lions are the largest service club organization in the world with over 1.5 million members. The members of our club represent all walks of life: employees, business people and retirees -  male and female members.  Though we come from every corner of the social, economic and religious spectrum, we are united in our desire to provide aid and support to those in our community who are in need.  If you are motivated to offer help to your neighbors who can benefit from it, you will find many opportunities for personal fulfillment by joining with us.  

Check out the following links to connect with the Lions Multiple District 19: 

Lions Multiple District 19. | Lions District 19C

2021 Salvation Army Bellringing:

Thanks to a great turnout on the part of our club members and their friends and family, all three stations at the Bremerton Fred Meyer store were fully manned (at least two bellringers on each shift) on December 4th.  This relieved the Salvation Army from having to pay  bellringers on that day.  In all, the Club's efforts added $3,000 of value to the Salvation Army, and some unmeasured degree of fun to our volunteers.


Lions Ed Looby and Lynn Woodward welcome the shoppers.


2021 Virtual Auction:

Due to recent restrictions placed on public gatherings, this year's Dinner and Auction could not be live at the Admiral Theatre and a virtual auction was held instead, as was the case last year.  It lasted eight days and ended on October 30th.  Unfortunately it wasn't as successful as last year and netted only $16,159.94 .  Many attractive items received no bids and some are being sold on several local websites and will benefit Promise scholarships at Olympic College, which was the Fund-A-Need for the Auction. Of course we are hopeful that we'll be back live at the Admiral Theatre in 2022.


2021 Blackberry Fest:

Fortunately,  the club was able to have our regularly scheduled blackberry slug sales on Labor Day weekend at the Blackberry Fest on the Bremerton Boardwalk.  There were several  challenges with equipment malfunctions, which were overcome thanks to the efforts of our Lion volunteers and assistance from the event staff.  In the end, after exenses the Club raised $4,058 dollars which will go back to the community we serve.

Cashier Bob Perkins and Jim Lamb get the crowd fed.


2021 Pancake Breakfast:  Unfortunately, due to Covid restrictions, this event was cancelled.


2021 White Cane Day:

Covid precautions caused a much scaled down version of the 2021 White Cane Day fundraiser on May 1st, with just a single location at the West Bremerton Safeway.  Surprisingly, a number of customers were very generous with larger numbered bills; a total of $495 was raised.  Pictured here are King Lion J.R. Kinnison, Mike Peterson, Lynn Woodward and Patty Lent.







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