Welcome to the ask one Coupeville Lions Club

TO EMPOWER volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding.
MD19-District H-Zone 7/Club #7928
Serving in Coupeville, WA, USA since 1938
(360)678-4105 ~ coupevillelions@juno.com
PO Box 473, Coupeville, WA 98239
We meet weekly-Wednesdays, Sept – May & bi-monthly June/July/Aug.
(check Planning Calendar below)
Fellowship/Networking 6:00-6:30 pm / Dinner 6:30-7:00 / Meeting & Program 7:00-8:00 at the United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall, 608 North Main St. Coupeville, WA 98239
(driving directions click here)        (Coupeville WEATHER click here) 


May 2015    MAY 2015 NEWSLETTER

1-White Cane Days WIB/PC Red Apple (POC Lion Joe Walck)
1 -Commodities Distr. Cambey 9:30 am
2- White Cane Days PC Red Apple(POC Lion Joe Walck)
2- Camp Horizon Spring Cleanup
2- Hearts and Hammers TOO!
6-Board Meeting /Dinner/Meeting/ Program: John Luvera, Island County Juvenile Detention Center teacher
13-Dinner/Meeting/Program: Whidbey Island Conservation District
15-Water Festival set-up (POC Lion Ricardo Reyes)
16-Presidents and Secretary’s training, Sedro-Woolley Senior Center, 10:00-2:30(POC Ron Wilkinson)
20-Board Meeting /Dinner/Meeting/ Special Program:
#4 STUDENT OF THE QUARTER POTLUCK: A-F dessert, G-P salad, R-Z entree
23-Memorial Day Parade
27-Dinner/Meeting/Program: Jim Siggens, PBY Association

June 2015
2-Woodcutting—Recycle Center 9:30 am (POC Lion Mel Rogers)
3-Board Meeting /Dinner/Meeting
5-Commodities Distr. Cam Bey Apts. 9:30 am
10-Officer Installation Dinner-6 pm Coupeville Rec. Hall
17>26-Garage Sale Setup 8am>4pm (POC Lion Julian Sayers)
17-No Meeting
24-No Meeting

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The Club is continually searching for civic-minded individuals of good moral character and integrity who want to make a difference and contribute to the community. All such individuals are encouraged to apply for membership in the Coupeville Lions Club. Membership offers the opportunity for service to others and can provide intangible benefits. And, Lion members sharpen their public speaking, management, finance, and leadership skills while making the community a better place for all. 

For more information, contact our Club at 678-4105 or contact our Membership Co-Chairs:Lions Pat & Sue Waters at 720-2589, they would be happy to assist you.

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