Key Peninsula Lions Memorial Scholarship, Key Peninsula Citizen of the Year, Volksmarch, highway cleanup, White Cane, Youth Exchange, Park development.

The Club has been instrumental in supplying host families for Youth Exchange, and has hosted more youth than any other club in the multiple district. For the past 15 years the club has provided a member to work actively with the District and Multiple District Youth Exchange Program.

Key Peninsula Lions are working with the Key Peninsula Metro Parks Department to provide labor and other assistance for district parks. Gig Harbor civil & structural engineer Ed Robison prepared plans for construction of a picnic shelter built at Home Park and for identical structures at other District Parks. The first shelter is complete.

 In 2010 the club started distributing 6" by 9" American flags to all third graders on the Key Peninsula and continued the program in 2011.  In 2011 the club distributed dictionaries to each third and fourth grader in three Key Peninsula Elementary Schools and 180 dictionary/thesaurus to the Key Peninsula Middle School. In 2008 the club started distributing dictionaries to all third graders at the three KP elementary schools. The annual count is between 160 and 180 dictionaries. The club also provided 32 dictionaries and 32 thesaurus for each middle school classroom.

KP Lions were instrumental in getting the Dictionary project adopted by the Gig Harbor Lions Club.

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