From Lions ECO Club upcoming events:

Please consider joining the ECO Lions at the Thurston County Food Bank to participate in their 2-hour food recovery project that partners with Thurston County Climate Action (TCAT). To help out and support this effort, call Marilyn at (206) 395-7501 for dates, times and more information. 


Hi ECO Lions,

In 2019, we will be trying out some new ECO-activities. These include citizen science and plant salvage. These activities are designed to be suitable for people at all ability levels. 

Sign up at for our next scheduled native plant salvage.
We plan to recover perennials on some of our approved sites as we move towards Spring. Please stay tuned for more details, and sign up for our newsletter, "like" or "friend" us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter and Instagram.

We know you look forward to these events to help our community and to gather plants for your own projects, and we anticipate there will still be plenty of opportunities as the weather returns to our more typical PNW temperatures.

Thanks and best wishes,

Erica & Samantha on behalf of WSU Extension & the Native Plant Salvage Foundation;


If you want to be a Lion and be part of the largest service organization in the world, you have come to the right place. The Lacey Midday Lions Club welcomes you to attend one of our meetings held on the 2nd and 4thThursdays at noon in Panorama Senior Living Community's "Seventeen51 Restaurant & Bistro", 1751 Circle Lane SE, Lacey. (Restaurant is located on the 2nd floor of the main building) (Your first lunch is on us!) To learn more about joining our club, contact a member at (360) 943-3218 or (360) 491-9030 or view our website at


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