CANCELED – West Seattle Lions Club meeting

January 6, 2022 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Senior Center of West Seattle
4217 SW Oregon St
Seattle, WA 98116

The West Seattle Lions Club meets every Thursday at 12:00 pm at the West Seattle Senior Center 2nd Floor ( 4217 S.W. Oregon Street). Call Harvey Rowe at 206-762-1221 for reservations by Tuesday nights because we serve a good lunch for $7.00 on Thursdays!

6 Replies to "CANCELED - West Seattle Lions Club meeting"

  • byron henderson February 8, 2015 (10:14 pm)

    hi, my name is Byron Henderson and I need a referral to get glasses from lens crafters and their gift of sight program or some might call it one sight.My glasses broke recently and I can see, but its like looking through a dirty windshield. I really need your help with a letter. Thank you. My phone just got lost, I will have another one on thurday. I check my email all the time.Thanks for your consideration. GOD BLESS
    Byron C. Henderson

  • byron henderson February 8, 2015 (10:17 pm)

    Hi I don’t know if my email went through so here it is again

  • Past President Brieanne Berg February 12, 2016 (1:23 am)

    PDG Beverley Stephenson past away Feb. 9, 2016 of cancer.  Sorry to say I read about Beverley’s passing on her sister Eliza’s Facebook page.  I believe Beverley was a member of your club.

  • Past President Brieanne Berg February 12, 2016 (1:26 am)

    Same here, I don’t know if my email went through, here it is:  My name is Past President Brieanne Berg.  I was Beverley’s long time friend and fellow Lion.  We met in the Bellevue Lions club and she became my Sponsor when I was out of Lions for a while.  

  • Madelyn PiazzoMancini December 23, 2016 (7:54 pm)



    My name
    is Madelyn Mancini and I work for Educatius International which is a company
    that brings high school students from around the world to study in the US. We
    are looking for loving families to host our sensational students coming to West
    Seattle high school in January 2017.  I
    was hoping that you would allow me to attend your meeting in January to share my information?


     By inviting an international teen into your
    home and family you are giving that child the chance to see the heart of this
    country up close and personal.  This will give them a very different
    impression of the US than they have gathered from the news, movies, or music
    videos.  Many students go home with a much more positive view of America
    than they came with, and they will share that view with their friends and
    family from their home country. 


    At the
    same time, as a host parent, you are providing a child away from home with a
    safe and nurturing environment in which to learn about this great country in
    which we live.


    also has the potential to give your family some wonderful gifts. The experience
    can open up family members’ eyes to the fact that the US is a part of a much
    larger global community.  Country names become more than spots on a map. 
    They become faces and names of people we know that are from those places. 
    We learn about new foods, new customs, new languages, and we hopefully become
    more understanding and better communicators. 


    When we
    host we are adding international branches to our family tree.  We have a
    good reason to take an international vacation to visit our new family
    members.  Host brothers and sisters could end up participating in each
    other’s’ weddings, and, who knows, one day you may be sending baby gifts to an
    international ‘grandchild’.


    All in
    all, hosting is about building relationships that have the capacity to reach
    around the world and into the future.  I hope you will consider this
    enriching opportunity.


    We are
    able to offer a monthly stipend to help offset the costs of having another
    person in the home.


    I look
    forward to hearing from you soon. I would appreciate you allowing me to share information
    about this wonderful opportunity with members of your organization.

    Warm Regards,

    Madelyn Mancini

    Regional Manager


    Educatius International


    24 Hour: +1-800-301-6014

    Skype: madelyn.mancini

  • Fred Hutchinson November 25, 2017 (10:03 am)

    Ruth Bishop, Lion Tamer and Fred Hutchinson, 2nd VP of Yakima Lions Club would like to reserve 2 places at the December 21, 2017 meeting.  We tried to call the number listed but the mailbox was full.  We are co-founders of The Christmas People who will be meeting at Alki Masonic Center, 4736 SW 40th, West Seattle from 12/21 to 12/25 preparing 1600 meals for homeless populations.  in conjunction with Alki Masonic Center we will also host a complete holiday meal on December 25, noon to 4 p.m.  at Alki Masonic Center.  The meal is free, includes Marc Smason entertainment is open to any senior citizen, homeless friends or those who otherwise need a meal.  Check us out on West Seattle Blog.

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