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This scholarship competition is open to seniors currently attending
high school.
Submit completed application to:
Lake Oswego Lions Club
PO Box 163
Lake Oswego, OR 97034

The Lake Oswego Lions Club is dedicated to
serving and meeting the needs of our local
community as well as working on world wide
causes serving the blind and visually impaired.
We are also dedicated to youth programs and
helping youth worldwide. This scholarship
provides one avenue to assist our young people.


Eligibility
All enrolled high school seniors who plan to
continue their education at the post-secondary
level are eligible. The Lake Oswego Lions Club
awards scholarships without regard to race,
religion, gender, disability, or any other legally
protected status.

Download application Here!

 

POSTMARK DEADLINE: APRIL 8, 2019

 


 


 


Lion Patt (co founder of Tools4Troops) would like to report that Tools4Troops.org will be featured on channel 8 (KGW) Wednesday (12/21) at noon.  The interview with Laurissa tomorrow will be "live" and about 5 minutes.

Laurissa, a veteran who is visually impaired, will be featured and she will talk about how she benefited from the donation of the Enhancer/Magnifier. She and her husband are driving Springfield today.

Tools4Troops changes lives, one tool at a time. We have donated over $175,000 in tools to veterans from donations we have received.

 


Some pictures that include L O Lions members at the Macy's Parade 2016

           Macy's Holiday Parade

Lion Raema did such a great job of organizing all the volunteer/Float Marshalls for the November, 25, 2016 Macy's Holiday Parade!  Along with Lions form all over the district including our DG Garry Charbonneau, Lake Oswego Lions who served included Raema Manning, Dane Parreira,  Eric Thurman, Bonnie Roeder and her friend, Mary Hagle and Associate member Diana Richardson.  Our Thanks for the experience goes to Lion Raema!  It was "just duckie"!!  And... so much fun to see the "Dane-ish Pastries"

At $20 per volunteer, it is estimated we raised $600 for sight and hearing in our district.

Number of Lions       4
Number of Lion Hours       20
Number of People Served       4
Funds Donated (USD)       600
Funds Raised (USD)       600

Lion Raema with three other Float Marshals

How many faces do you recognize?


Lion Carol Higgins along with other volunteers from our area  helping distribute used eye glasses in Mexico.

 

 

 

RECENT EVENTS OUR MEMBERS ARE INVOLVED WITH IN THE AREA

DG Garry Charbonneau and Dane met to discuss Lions business and Lionism 1/30/17

Pictured L to R;
Lion Dane Parreira, volunteer cooks Mary & Leslee and Lion Fae Lloyd
Fae and I volunteer at the weekly Thursday  luncheon "Just Compassion"
provides for the homeless.

Mary and Leslie are on a rotating volunteer list to donate, prepare and deliver lunch for the homeless.
Just Compassion is staffed by volunteers

Anyone interested in volunteering can contact:
Sue Stephens
Ph. 503-313-6423


Dane Parreira, , DG Elect Bert Diamond, and DG Garry Charbonneau met for dinner prior to the meeting in Sherwood. Discussions included:   Feb. 18 convention , membership goals, State projects & etc.
 


 A note from Dane:    
I volunteered today, on behalf of the Lions club, at the Just Compassion event on Tigard. I am one of 5 Lions members who regularly volunteer for the Thursday event held at The Four Square church located on Pacific Hwy 99. It is available to homeless people who need social services, a warm dry area to relax and enjoy a nice lunch, free clothing and personal hygiene items, or other service required to assist them through their days. Just Compassion supervises the day with the assistance of several volunteers from the community. Doors open at 10A, when you can come in out of the weather to relax, take a nap on the clean mattresses that are provided, eat a shack, or many other activities. Lunch is served at noon and continues until the doors close at 2P.
Other services are provided should the need arise, whether it be here or at another referred agency.


Recent Noon Speaker at our Lions Club


Santa Mike

More pictures from the Christmas dinner 2016 at Special Events


Perfect Day for having a ice cream social at the Tucker Maxon School Friday 9th of September.

Lions Eric and Kat ready to serve the ice cream.

A friend with Lion Dean and Lion Gen all agree that Vanella is the best!

Happy Family

Great Day at the School

Lions Dale, Dane, Red, Sharon showing how to advertise for used eye glasses and hearing aids by using an old USPS collection mail box. 

 


Heritage Council's Collector Car & Classic Boat Show

Keith and Jim V

The Past, Present & Future (presidents)

VP Lion Dean can't believe how great of a day for the Classic Car Show.

Luke & Kathy

Lions Dane and Jim V

Lions Dane, Gretchen, Eric, Kat & Marlene


Lions Gretchen, Eric and Luke

Friend & President Gen Ford

Dane, Susan, Gretchen, Eric, Luke, Kathy, Diane, Diana

Lion Marlene with the Onion Slicer

"A well deserved rest says Lion Kirk!"

Susan and Kat

Keith & Jim V.

The New Life  Volunteers


67th Annual July 4th Breakfast

MIGHT BE AND ONE WHO IS!

 

 

 


FLAGS FOR FIRST GRADERS 2016


Lion Sally teaching about the American flag.

     

Lions Sally, Darrell and Carol on break between the various sessions.

 

 



 


 

 

 

 

 

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