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Each year we have a Butterfly Garden day at the Library. Story time is spent reading books about butterflies to the children. Afterward the children are given a craft project related to butterflies and then are taken outside to the garden to plant flowers that butterflies like. Treats and lemonade conclude the morning. This year we had 55 children attend.

Scholarships Awarded

This year's scholarship winners were: from West High School, Julia McClain (March girl) and East High School, Jordyn Hynst (December girl)
Committee chair, Lioness Lion Angie Thornburg presented the checks.

June 2018 Newsletter

The end of the Lion year has arrived. Thank you to all club members for making it a successful and rewarding year.

June still remains a busy month for us. Monday June 11th is our story hour and Garden Planting. Lions Sue Schmitt, Nancy Larson, Mary Lou Desrosier and Irene Welzien are signed up to help. Everyone is welcome. Story time is 9:45 to 10:30. Planting to follow outside with crafts and snacks till about 12:00.

May 2018 Newsletter

Spring is Here! Thank you to all who are helping at Vision screening May 1st in Kewaskum School District. Lions Mary Lou Desrosier, Michael Desrosier, Sue Schmitt, Michelle Tomaszewski, and Irene Welzien will be helping. A report will follow at the May meeting.

2nd Annual Fish Fry

All are invited. Be sure to bring your friends too.

April 2018 Newsletter

This month we have three major nut sales to wrap up the nut sale year, Fair to Remember, UWWC Art festival, and Senior Center. Thank you to all the members who work these events and make them a success.

Lion Nancy Larson has received our farmers’ market space information. It will be space 151 in front of Sal’s pizza. The dates are 6/30 and 10/6 of 2018. Time is 7:00 am. To 11:00 am. In the month of May there will be a sign-up sheet sent around.

March 2018 Newsletter

The District Convention was nice at the new location in Port Washington. I think it will probably be there again next year.

WLF has reached its one million dollar goal with the deer hide collections over the last 30 yrs.

February 2018 Newsletter

This last Tuesday the 30th the Zone meeting was very nice. We received our Legacy Project Patch, our centennial service challenge pins and patch, and a centennial membership award for Lion Irene for bringing in a new member.

The highlight speaker was new Lion Sri. He is the chairman of the new Pediatric Cancer service challenge. He spoke about a new piece of equipment that Lions will be purchasing that will be ground breaking cancer treatments at Children’s Hospital in Milwaukee.


Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a blessed Christmas and that we are all surviving the cold. I would like to give the Christmas party committee a big thank you for another fabulous job! Good food, good company, and good story telling!

We begin a new year. Remember to turn in your district convention tickets in January so I can take them to the convention in February. For those members going to convention remember to sign up before the end of January to get the best price .If staying in the hotel remember to tell them you are with the Lions when making reservations,


A chill is in the air, the library garden is ready to be put to sleep for winter but the fishing deck is finally finished! Lion Diane has been keeping us updated. She will be reporting at the board meeting that the deck, with the plaque, the walkway and the bench will soon reach completion.
It has been asked if we as a club can find a time in the coming weeks to pose for a picture on the deck .Maybe this up- coming weekend the 3rd or 4th Or the 12th?


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