Holiday Door Decoration Sale: The brainchild of Lion Cindy Robison, club members collect and assemble beautiful Christmas decorations for sale during the holiday season. This fundraiser, with the donation of all supplies, proved to be very successful.

Laugh Out Loud Comedy Night: Comedians Jerry Miner and Duane Goad had us all "Roaring" with laughter (See what I did there? You know, like a lion). Charcuterie trays, soft pretzel with cheese, nacho dip with chips, beer, wine, soda rounded out the evening for a fantastic night out. We had so much fun we might just make it an annual event!

Citizen of the Year Award Banquet: On March 23, 2024 our club is happy to continue the tradition of celebrating our communities selfless, hard working, volunteers and charity workers. Join the Lions for music, live artwork done by Chris Bronstad, a delicious dinner, dessert, guest speaker, raffles with prizes, while you enjoy the company of community members, friends and family. Get your tickets at

Key Peninsula Lions Memorial Scholarship: Every year our club is honored to provide monetary scholarships to two deserving Peninsula High School Graduates. Students who demonstrate a high importance of community service on their graduation notebook is awarded the scholarship. 

Adopt-A-Road: Our club is a proud member of the Pierce County Adopt-A-Road program. We take great pride in helping our neighborhood look better and be a safer, healthier environment for all residents including the critters.

Pierce County Adopt-A-Park Program: Recently, our club has joined the Adopt-A-Park program with Pierce County Parks Depertment by adopting the Home Park in the small town of Home. Our first assignment was to repaint the the shelter covering the picnic tables and then removing the moss from the roof (Our club built this same structure when the park was being developed as a previous project). Periodically throughout the year you will see us roaming the play area removing stray trash or debris, making it a safe environment for all who use the park.

White Cane Days: The Lions are well know for being the champions for sight. Once a year you will see us collecting donations at local storefronts. All funds donated are directed to local residents in need. We have provided many members of our community with free eye exams and glasses. We also collect used eye glasses and hearing aids for recycling and distribution to people in need all over the world. Donation boxes are located at:

Sound Credit Union Lakebay: 8920 Key Peninsula Hwy NW, Lakebay, WA 98349

Key Center Pierce County Library 8905 Key Peninsula Hwy NW, Lakebay, WA 98349

Key Center Fire Department: 8911 Key Peninsula Hwy NW, Lakebay, WA 98349 

Youth Exchange: Our 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 over 15 years the club has provided a member to work actively with the District and Multiple District Youth Exchange Program.

Flag Day: In 2010 the club started distributing 6" by 9" American flags to all third graders on the Key Peninsula and has continued the program every year. 

Dictionary Project: Every Year, since 2011, the Key Peninsula Lions club have been handing out free dictionaries to each third and fourth grade student in the three Key Peninsula Elementary Schools. It is a wonderful sight to witness the smiling faces of aproximately 180 students as they receive our educational gift. As a bonus they are treated to a short lesson on the benefit of the dictionary as apposed to the spell check on a computer. 

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