We were formed on June 28, 2007 (99920) and are a branch of the Sequim Valley Lions Club. Since then we have been involved in many community, regional, national and international projects.
What is a Branch Club
A club branch is a small group of people who become members of an existing "parent" Lions club, but who hold meetings and conduct service activities at a location that is separate from the parent club. Branch members are full members of the parent Lions club, with all privileges and responsibilities.
We meet on the 2nd and 4th Thursday at 6:00 PM from April to October. November through March we meet on the 1st Thursday.
Seaport Landing Assisted Living Dining Room, 1201 Hancock Street
If you would like to attend a meeting or find out more about our club, please contact our Branch Coordinator, Kathy Miller.
Mission Statement of Lions Club International
To create and foster a spirit of understanding among all people for humanitarian needs by providing voluntary service through community involvement and international co-operation.
Our club projects and activities include:
- 3 meals a day/ a week at homeless shelter;
- food booth at local car show;
- collecting hearing aids and eye glasses;
- providing hearing aids/eye glasses/eye exams for the needy;
- collecting used cell phones and empty ink cartridges.
We are part of Lions Clubs International in Multiple District 19, which includes clubs in British Columbia, Washington, and Northern Idaho. We are in District "I" which encompasses Vancouver Island BC and Olympic Peninsula WA. We are in Zone 1 which also includes: Clallam Bay - Sekiu, Crescent Bay, Forks, Port Angeles, Quilcene and Sequim Valley Lions Clubs.
Port Townsend Lighthouse Lions (Branch) Club
c/o Kathie Miller, Vice Coordinator
PO Box 1839
Port Townsend, WA 98368