flags posted in downtown Edmonds Centennial plaza

     Edmonds Lions Club posts flags throughout Edmonds on specified holidays.

Former U.S. Congressman Brian Baird, second from right, with (L-R) Lions Club members Tom Snyder and Bill Baker, and Club President Rick Holst.

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Former U.S. Congressman Brian Baird, second from right, with (L-R) Lions Club members Tom Snyder and Bill Baker, and Club President Rick Holst.

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Former U.S. Congressman Brian Baird, second from right, with (L-R) Lions Club members Tom Snyder and Bill Baker, and Club President Rick Holst.

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Former U.S. Congressman and Edmonds resident Brian Baird was the guest speaker at the Edmonds Lions Club meeting on May 25, 2022. He spoke about his work to establish a National Museum and Center For Service to celebrate and inspire service in all its forms — from the founding of the nation to the present day.

 

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Club News

Church readerboard: Vote, Pray, Breathe Deeply, Be Kind, Laugh, Work for the Good of All.

Meetings: The Edmonds Lions Club meets the Second and Fourth Wednesday of the month from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM September through June. There is no fourth Wednesday meeting in December. 

Address: Maplewood Presbyterian Church

19523 84th Avenue West  

Edmonds, WA 98026  

June 2022

Club meetings: May 6/8, 6/22

Board meeting: 6/15

Sierra Park maintenance: 6/11

Edmonds Art Festival Traffic Control: 6/19

Flag posting: 6/20

 

The Edmonds Lions Club has set up a perpetual funding drive to benefit the Edmonds Food Bank.
Your monetary donations are greatly appreciated.

Perrinville Park spring flower bulbs in full bloom

    Edmonds Lions Maintain Perrinville Post Office Flower Bed 

The flower garden on the corner of the Perrinville Post Office property in Edmonds was established in 1995 as a community service project sponsored by the Meadowdale High School Leos, a group of community minded teens mentored by the Edmonds Lions Club. Over the years the project was carried on by the Girl Scouts and the Leos. In time park maintenance came back to the Edmonds Lions Club. The picture above shows the garden in full bloom on a lovely spring day.