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Lake Oswego Lions Club

This historic Heritage House in Lake Oswego is our meeting place.


 

     The Lake Oswego Lions Club is in a neighboring community to Portland, Oregon.   Lake Oswego is located on the west bank of  the Willamette River.  The club was chartered in October of 1946.  Our membership has 50 active members with a healthy cross-section of both age and gender.


 

Lion Hal turns over the Lake Oswego Lions Club Webmaster job to Lion Greg on May 26, 2017.  Lion Hal has been the webmaster since about 2005.   Recent new member Lion Greg has offered to follow the role as the Webmaster.    Please send information or articles to Lion Greg at gjo@yahoo.com.


Lion Dane and Lion Carol visiting the OLS&HF facilities and it was an Eye Opening experience.


L to R. OLSHF, Tifanny, lions Dane and Carol and OLSHF, Katie


In Seatle enjoying a Starbuck's!  Kathy, Dane, Jim & Raema

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PDG Sharon Rollins inducted Lion David Platt

Lion Dean receiving instructions as being Lion David's sponsor.


 


Canine Services Chair, Lion Diane Mead was happy to announce to all who did not already hear it at the convention that the efforts spearheaded by Lion Wes King to raise the  $42,500 matching funds for grant in the amount of $85,000 for training dogs to serve children with autism has succeeded in record time!  She also wanted to report that she successfully presented a program to the Rockaway Lions about Dogs for the Deaf and Canine4 Companions for Independence at the Rockaway Club.  Although she did not "steal their gavel she did have her picture taken with it!


 


 Updated   May 26, 2017


 
             

 

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