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Intro to Coupeville Lions

Programs we support

Who's in charge of what?

International Lions history

2018-2019 Board

Lion Doug Kroon
Lion Sue Hartin
1st Vice President
Lion Brian Pulk
2nd Vice President
Lion Rick Walti
3rd Vice President
Lion Janet Burchfield
Lion Gary Youngs
Membership Director
Lion Sandy Johnson
Tail Twister
Lion Ginny Munn
Lion Tamer
Lion Duane Baumann
2nd Year Directors
Lion Harold Hertlein
Lion Dennis Bullock
1st Year Directors
Lion Dennis Egan
Lion Rob Johnson
Retention Director
Lion Marilyn Pulk
Immediate Past President
Lion Dave Fish
Program Chair
Lion Barb Vaughan

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MD19-District H-Zone 7
Club #7928

contact us at
PO Box 473
Coupeville, WA 98239

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We meet weekly-Wednesdays, September – May
 bi-monthly June, July, August

Fellowship 5:50-6:20 PM -  Dinner 6:20-6:50 / Meeting & Program 7:05-8:00
at the United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall
608 North Main St. Coupeville, WA 98239 

Coupeville Lions have been together since 1937. Coupeville Lions Club Chartered on December 8, 1937, sponsored by Mount Vernon Lions Club. Formerly in 19-A & 19-H-2, now in 19-H-7 (Multiple District 19, District 19-H, Zone 19-H-7)  

New members (application) bring strength to the club with fresh ideas and you renew our energy! The opportunities are vast as they are wide in ways to give time and energy. What you reap in return is ten-fold. We have found that doing one project has  somehow made way to sign-up for another! We welcome all that you can offer; be it in  large or small increments of time. We  do believe that Coupeville Lions meets and perhaps sets a "Gold Standard“ with their Mission Statement:

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

What do you get from being a Coupeville Lion?
-You receive the satisfaction of doing something for the greater good within your community, the island and beyond
-You have the opportunity to meet and work with other members within your community
-You get to be part of an organization you believe in
-You gain experience in speaking, leadership and motivation
-You belong to a family where there is fun and fellowship
-You understand why you can accomplish more with many, rather than just one “Many hands make quick work.”

· Annual garage sale
· Annual scholarship auction
· Annual salmon BBQ
· Annual shopping spree
· White cane days for Sight and Hearing



Our Foundation and members provide grants, scholarships, and our members also volunteer 
with the following local organizations

Town of Coupeville
Port of Coupeville
Boy Scout Troop 4058
Deception Pass Power Squadron
Students of the Quarter Coupeville High School
Coupeville High School Scholarships
Woodworking High School Curriculum
Annual Learn To Swim Program
Boys & Girls Club Coupeville
Coupeville High School LEO’s Club
Meals on Wheels
Puget Sound Quarterly Blood Drive
Eye Glasses for those in need
Hearing Aids for those in need
Camp Horizon Adult Special Needs Camp
Free Medical Equipment Loan Program
National Parks Service Wayside Maintenance
Lions Health Screening Unit Annual School Visit International/LCIF Care Program
Island County Historical Society Museum
Gifts from the Heart Food Bank
Historic Structures Reclamation Team
Penn Cove Water Festival
Ebey’s Forever
Coupeville Arts & Crafts Fair
Coupeville High School
Senior Meals
Deception Pass State Park Annual Clean-up
Whidbey Animal Improvement Foundation
and many more…..


From Lions International

The World’s Largest Service Club Organization

Our 46,000 clubs and 1.35 million members make us the world’s largest service club organization. We’re also one of the most effective. Our members do whatever is needed to help their local communities. Everywhere we work, we make friends. With children who need eyeglasses, with seniors who don’t have enough to eat and with people we may never meet.

Lions Clubs International was founded on June 7, 1917 in Chicago, Illinois by Lion Melvin Jones. Since its beginning, Lions Clubs International has maintained a strong mission, expressed in our motto, “We Serve.”

Preservation of sight and hearing are two of the major goals of Lions Clubs International. Membership is open to men and women of legal majority and good reputation in the community, and is by invitation only. Those interested in membership should contact their local Lions Club.

Preservation of sight and hearing are two of the major goals of Lions Clubs International. Membership is open to men and women of legal majority and good reputation in the community, and is by invitation.

The Mission of a Club is to

  • Create and foster a spirit of understanding among the peoples of the world.
  • Promote the principles of good government and good citizenship.
  • Take an active interest in the civic, cultural, social and moral welfare of the community.
  • Unite the members in a bond of friendship, good fellowship and mutual understanding.
  • Provide a forum for the open discussion of all matters of public interest. However, partisan politics and sectarian religion shall not be debated by club members.
  • Encourage service-minded people to serve their community without personal financial reward, and to encourage efficiency and promote high ethical standards in commerce, industry, professions, public works and private endeavors.

For a copy of the FAST FACTS INTERNATIONAL related to Lions click here.


Who's In Charge? Duties for First, Second and Third Presidents

First Vice President oversees all things Administrative in our Club:

Public Relations (Awareness)                      
Finance Budget/Audit                
Lions Information/Visitations           
Meetings Dinners
Club History/Club Annual
Bulletin Editor

Bulletin Editor
Programs/Convention Contests
Anniversary Nights
Constitution & By-Laws/Policy

Second Vice President oversees our Fundraising projects that support our foundation:

Garage Sale 
Recycle Newspapers
Scholarship Auction
Keystone Harbor WSF

U.S. Post Office
Shopping Spree
White Cane/Hearing Tag Days

Third Vice President organizes our all service projects:

Scholarships/Students of Quarter/Year
Health/Blood Drive
Hospital Equipment
Swimming Program
Citizenship/Memorial Day Parade
Drug Awareness/Lions Quest
Social/Seniors/Camp Horizon

Public Service/Parks
Roadside Clean  Up
Boy Scouts/Youth Clubs
Peace Poster


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March 23, 2019 updated
The Coupeville Lions Club Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization