Welcome to the Key Peninsula Lions Club Website

General Meeting:
1st & 3rd Wed. 6:00pm, social 6:30pm dinner and 7:00pm guest speaker.
Key Center Fire Station, 8911 KP Highway N, Key Center.

Board Meeting:
4th Wednesday 7:00pm Board Meeting held at Key Center Fire Station, 8911 KP Highway N, Key Center.


As it has done for over 30 years, the Club is continuing to award a high school scholarship each year.

Lions Youth Exchange Program

The club actively supports Youth Exchange, the Lions Home Stay program for youth from other countries and for local youth wishing to travel to other countries.  For information about Lions Youth Exchange Program,  check these web sites   and  or contact Multiple District 19 YCE Chair PDG George Robison, 253-853-2721 or e-mail . For a second year the club has donated $200 to the Youth Exchange Foundation to support scholarships for youth travel.

                                                        WHITE CANE DAYS
White Cane Days for 2019 have not been scheduled. The 2018 fund raising drive raised several hundred dollars to help pay for eye exams and glasses.

Speaker Schedule and Events

Social time beings at 6:00pm followed by dinner at 6:30.  The meeting officially begins at 7 with introductions and a guest speaker.  Speakers range from politicians reporting on government activities to business people explaining the complexities of their enterprises or to Lions explaining special projects of the Club or District.  Some speakers tell of interesting events in their own lives.  Every speaker brings an interesting story or challenge that you will find enjoyable or learn from.  

Congratulations to Dee Dee Kerkes, "Citizen of the Year 2017/2018"! 

2019 Key Peninsula Citizens of the Year Banquet March 30 at the KP Civic Center

To nominate a Citizen of the Year, email Hal Wolverton, or phone Hugh McMillan at 253-884-3319.

Key Peninsula Parks
On November 17, 2018, the KP Lions publicly unveiled a bronze plaque commemorating dedication of the Key Peninsula Lions Memorial Amphitheater in memory of Lion Rhys Wood. It was placed at what is commonly referred to as the T-Ball Field or the lower field. Club members played a significant roll in development of the field and annually sponsor a T-Ball team.
Smoke Alarms
The KP Lions donated smoke and CO detectors to the KP Fire District as part of a program to assure that all homes have protection to provide warnings in case of fire or CO emissions. Alarms are availble through the Fire District office in Key Center.
Camp Leo
Some of our members toured Camp Leo last year and as a result will encourage the club to help fund scholarships in the future. Take a look at some You Tube videos for a better understanding of Camp Leo,
Club members regularly cleanup a one mile stretch of Olson Road from Key Center to Vaughn Road.

Lions Mission Statement

To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions clubs.


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