News and Information
This page tells what is new and/or different at Spokane Central Lions Club. Check it out and you can find the lastest information about our members and the club in general.
Lion Jeff Breno installed 8/24/15
Lion Jeff is employed by Catholic Charities and claims to have an idea of what our motto is about when we say, "We Serve."
Brent comes from Las Vegas, NV and moved to Spokane 3 years ago. He has a beautiful wife and three great kids. Kenna, 7, Kylie, 5, and Blaine, 3. Brent currently works for Red Lion Hotel at The Park as a Sales Manager. He loves his job and can't wait to help ''Serve'' Spokane as a Lion. Welcome aboard Brent!
By-Laws Posted in Members-Only Area as a message.
Members of Spokane Central Lions can find the most recent update of the club by-laws posted as a message in the members only area. Use your email as your user name and contact Lion John Wilson if you need to find out what the password is. It has not changed since it was first introduced some time ago.
Recent Service Projects
***Nine fellow Lions served over 500 kids at the Free Swim Day at Hillyard Pool on Saturday, August 8. Pop cycles and fudge bars were given out to all who attended. Just another way Spokane Central Lions “Serves” our local community.
***Last week we issued checks totaling $32,000 to several colleges for scholarships that included High School and Nursing students. Much of it was the result of our successful “First Annual Western Pig Roast. Well Done Lions!
Zone E-1 Newsletter
Our Newsletter from Zone Chair Ed Brandstoettner!
District Governor's Newsletter
We at Spokane Central Lions Club are members of a district that includes some 53 clubs in eastern Washington, northern Idaho and southeastern BC, Canada. We're very proud of meeting and knowing Lions on both sides of the border. Our District Governor this year is Lion Bob Yeoman. The June issue is located in the "members only" section (lower left corner of the screen). I have placed it there so it is accessable to members but not the general public. If you don't know how to access it send me (John Wilson) an email or speak to me at a meeting.
The Border Crossing
The latest edition of the bi-monthly Border Crossing, the Multiple District Newsletter, is now available for your reading pleasure on the MD19 website:
And click on Border Crossing edition you would like to read.
Spokane Central Lion Member Opportunity to Help!!
Members - sign up for beer garden volunteer opportunities here:
Here's how it works in 3 easy steps:
1. Click this link to go to our invitation page on VolunteerSpot: See the "Beer Garden Signup" tab at the left of the main page.
2. Enter your email address: (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot)
3. Sign up! Choose your spots - VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. Easy!
Rehn & Associates Team Finishes Second
On Friday 14 August, Spokane Central Lions (SCL) Lee Teichmer, Steve Maggio, Cliff Miller and Ed Brandstoettner placed second in the 18th Annual Lilac Blind Charity Golf Scramble. Twenty-five teams competed in the tournament at Downriver Golf Course raising approximately $30,000 through donations, sponsorships, tournament fees and a silent auction.
The event was won by the Odom Corporation team with a score of 56. The Rehn & Associates/Spokane Central Lions team took advantage of bought mulligans to creatively score 59 for second. Three teams tied for third (CDA Metals, Payne West Insurance, & Good Buddies Cabinets) at 61 with Good Buddies winning the tie breaker. The Fly Girls trailed the entire field with a score of 87, which was the worse score the course director ever remembered.
Other SCL at the event were Jack Lucas, who played on another team and Marilyn Schroeder who was a hole-in-one monitor. The Spokane Central Team is pictured below (L toR) Lion Cliff, Lion Ed, Lion Lee and Lion Steve.