September's Cagey Comments Newsletter
Lion Ricardo Reyes President- Hello fellow
months have given
us some very hot
days with a lot of activities. Sadly
not all were happy.
Some of us attended
for departed Lions,
while others took the time to visit
those who became ill or were on the
road to recovery.
There were activities that took time
when perhaps we only wanted to
relax and enjoy the summer days.
However, we do not mind because
we are called to service – to help
our community and fellow beings.
Members made trips to Camp
Horizon; visited other local clubs;
and prepared for our big centennial
Our club members also participated
with the August blood drive, while
others helped with the set up of the
20x40 pole tent and parking at the
Ferry House open house.
So many events and activities kept
us busy and engaged throughout the community!
The centennial project is a joint
venture with the Town of Coupeville,
to renovate the town park’s outdoor
kitchen. This project will need the
full cooperation of all volunteers to
complete the renovation within the
time allotted. Our portion of the
project is due to start after our salmon
barbeque and be complete before
We are gearing up for our annual
Salmon BBQ held in conjunction
with the Town’s free concert in the
park, on Sunday, September 11.
Many hands are needed to sell tickets
prior to the event. On the day of the
event we require help with set up, to
distribute food (cook and service),
and clean up. Please consider attending
and helping while enjoying the
food and music.
There is a need of a chairperson
to takeover the shopping spree for
Penny is excited to help make the
transition easy and fun for the person
who is willing to take her position as
shopping spree chair. The date of this
year’s spree will be November 12th
with the drawing held the Wednesday
prior, at our meeting.
THINGS TO KNOW NOW
On behalf of Sound Water Stewards of Island County (SWS), we are
to a CELEBRATION of the new marine display at the Coupeville Wharf
Thursday, September 22
Attached is an invitation with details.
We hope you will come and join the fun!
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
International Lions Environmental Photography Contest: Contact Sue Waters (360-720-2589) See 2015 Photo Contest Entries on this page as well as guidelines for this year.
Contest Rules pdf