• President Bob presenting a Lions Pin to Lion Steve Wright for membership achievements.
  • The Saturday crew
  • Lions, Lioness Lions & Harbourside Lions working hard bagging lotsa can & bottles
  • Tents, trailers & cans to be recycled
  • Christmas trees going up to Sooke Soil to be recycled
  • packing recycling truck at end of day
  • the guys and dolls

CLUB EVENTS

Sooke Lion President Bob Halliday is presenting Lion Danny Willis with the 'Lion of the Year' Award for his enormous contribution to the Lions Club and the Sooke community as well. Danny is into his 4th year as Lion Treasurer, an enormous job in itself to keep the books constantly accurate, but be also chairs 3 very active committees in our Land Use Committee, Sookarama, Grade 2 Swim Program and co-chairs our Raffle Calendar project, and is always in attendance at our community projects like our free Pancake Breakfast for elementary & middle school kids.  Well Deserved Lion Danny! 

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Check This Out!!  Sooke Lions Business Phone Book on Your Cel Phone!

If you would like to have it on your phone, email me at sookelionsmd19@gmail.com 

and I'll send you the easy to apply instructions, just say Android or IPhone. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CLUB PROJECTS

And the winner of the June $500 gift card from Village Food Markets is Donna & Dave Ford!
The Special raffle winner for June is Jacquie Saurrette - $100
Our next Raffle winner, a $50 gift card from Village Food Market, goes to Chelsea Hanna.
I had the pleasure of giving Alan Emery a $50 gift card to Village Food Markets as this weeks raffle winner.
So changing months therefore prizes, Jocelyn Okuda won this weeks $50 gift card to Village Food Market.
And our May 27 winner, for a $500 gift card to Sooke Home Hardware, is Augusta Popovich.
the May 20th Raffle prize goes to Sue Gilbertson, a $50 gift card to Sooke Home Hardware.
Our special draw in May for $100 was won by Rhonda Medwedrich. 
Corrie Cullen is our latest winner, a $50 gift card from Sooke Home Hardware.
our 1st winner for May is Elida Peers, a $50 gift card to Sooke Home Hardware.
our last winner in April is Sarah Monashan-Covacic, a $500 gift card from Sooke Soil. 
So our new April winner is Lorne Ingam - a $50 gift card from Sooke Soil.
April's 3rd winner is Karin Almond who wins a $50 gift card courtesy of Sooke Soil.
The Sooke Lions are giving an extra $100 cash prize every month, except August, & April's special prize winner is Pauline Hamilton - Yea! 
April's 2nd lucky winner is Shirley Roodbol who was presented with a $50 gift card from Sooke Soil - her comment was "Perfect Timing".
Aprils first winner is Candice Hall - a $50 gift card from Sooke Soil.
And the Winner is - Joe & Carol Burkowski from Esquimalt - a $500 gift card from Sooke Home Hardware
And the Winner of the BBQ, originally donated to a Lions event by Sooke Home Hardware, is Pat Timms!
Week 11 winner of our Raffle Calendar draw is Sara Kendrick & we are happy to give her a $50 gift card to Sooke Home Hardware.
Week 10, our happy winner this week is Mark Poppe with a $50 gift card from Sooke Home Hardware.
Week 9 Raffle Calendar winner of a $50 gift card to Sooke Home Hardware is G.R. Saunders!
And week 8 winner is Leetah Beggallie, a $500 cash prize!
Our winning prize for week 7, a $50 gift card to Western Foods, goes to Walter and Wendy Swanson.
Winner for week 6 is Jodi Roach, a $50 gift card from Western Foods.
Our 5th week winner was Gerhart Hanseu with a $50 gift card from Western Foods.
Anne Miller was our 4th week Raffle Calendar winner of a $500 gift card to Dumont Tire courtesy of Plan Contracting.
Our 3rd week winner in the Raffle Calendar draw is John Lerik with a $50 gift card to Artisan Gardens, courtesy of Plan Contracting.
Our second Raffle winner in Joanne Stewart, winning a $50 gift card to Pure Elements Hair Design, courtesy of Plan Contracting.
Our First Raffle Calendar prize, courtesy of Plan Contracting, is a $50 gift card from Stick in the Mud Coffee and the winner is Steve Teather. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

January 2022 will be a good start for the year, in a Lion's perspective! We started off with Our Annual Lions Christmas Tree Recycling & (now) Bottle Drive,  then look forward to, hopefully Lions events like picking the Friday winners in our Raffle Calendar, Grade 2 swim classes, Elementary School pancake breakfasts, Sookarama & other Community services that we do! 

Our Friday winner of Raffle Calendar draw was Anne Miller. She won a $500 gift card to Dumont Tire, courtesy of Plan Contracting

The 3 Lions Clubs of Sooke - Sooke Lions, Sooke Harbourside Lions & Sooke District Lioness Lions will get together January 8th & 9th at the corner of Sooke Road & Phillips Rd (Seaparc Sign)  for a 2 day fundraising  event - very successful in raising money for all 3 clubs to give back to our community through the things we do. 

Saturday will be the Bottle Drive Day and taking the Christmas Tree for recycling. On the Sunday we just take the Christmas Trees. At the end of the day all the trees go up to Sooke Soil where they chip them and compost them for their great soil.

- More photos in our General Gallery.

SOME OTHER SOOKE LIONS PROJECTS - Sooke Business Phone Directory, Canada Day Celebration, Ballpark Concession, Sooke Cemetery upkeep, Breakfast with Santa, Santa Claus Parade,  High School Bursaries, Grade 2 Swim Classes, School Breakfasts.

NB: Monies collected from these events goes to serve and help the community and people of Sooke.

WHO ARE THE LIONS

Lions - Liberty, Intelligence, Our Nations Safety

We are Volunteer Members of Service Clubs grouped around the world under an International Organization. We enjoy fellowship, develop leadership skills and dedicate part of our time to helping those in need - while making our individual communities a better place in which to live. Lions have been around for over 100 years, forming in 1917. There are currently over 1.4 million Lions in 47,000 Lions Clubs in 0ver 200 Countries.

Purpose and Ethics
Lions Clubs lnternational Purpose
- To Organize, charter and supervise service clubs to be known as Lions clubs.
- To Co-ordinate the activities and standardize the administration of Lions clubs.
- To Create and foster a spirit of understanding among the peoples of the world.
- To Promote the principles of good government and good citizenship.
- To Take an active interest in the civic, cultural, social and moral welfare of the community.
- To Unite the clubs in the bonds of friendship, good fellowship and mutual understanding.
- To Provide a forum for the open discussion of all matters of public interest; provided,
    however, that partisan politics and sectarian religion shall not be debated by club members.
- To 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.
Lions Clubs Code of Ethics
- To Show my faith in the worthiness of my vocation by industrious application to the end that I
   may merit a reputation for quality of service.
- To Seek success and to demand all fair remuneration or profit as my just due, but to accept no
   profit or success at the price of my own self-respect lost because of unfair advantage taken or
   because of questionable acts on my part.
- To Remember that in building up my business it is not necessary to tear down another's; to be
   loyal to my clients or customers and true to myself.
- Whenever a doubt arises as to the right or ethics of my position or action towards others, to
   resolve such doubt against myself.
- To Hold friendship as an end and not a means. To hold that true friendship exists not on
   account of the service performed by one to another, but that true friendship demands nothing
   but accepts service in the spirit in which it is given.
- Always to bear in mind my obligations as a citizen to my nation, my state, and my community,
   and to give them my unswerving loyalty in word, act, and deed. To give them freely of my time,
   labor and means.
- To Aid others by giving my sympathy to those in distress, my aid to the weak, and my substance to      the needy.

- To Be Careful with my criticism and liberal with my praise; to build up and not destroy.