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Bill Lawson giving a toast

L-R; Ann Bavis, Shirley Piper, William Lawson, and Don Hogg.

This is a picture of William (Bill) Lawson making a toast at Carol and John Money's wedding. Bill and his wife Irene were the owners of the Saturna General Store and he was one of the original Charter members of the Saturna Lions Club.

To his right is Don Hogg. Don was the road…

Terri, Kristin, Andy, and Ashleigh

L-R: Terri Siemens (expecting baby Eric), Kristin (usher at our Carol Money's), & Andy holding Ashleigh on his arm.

Here is a picture of Carol Money's brother, Andy Siemens, who was a Charter Member of the Saturna Lions Club, taken May 8th, 1982, with his family.

Les and Mary

L-R; Les Crosby and Mary Copeland

Les was one of the original Lions Charter Members.
He and his wife Hilda lived out at East Point in a house he built on the water side of Tumbo Channel Road that they called "Green Arbour".
Here is a picture of Les having a chat with long time Saturna resident Mary Copeland at Lou & Jim's 50th Wedding…

Bob Rodway and Fergie Blane

L-R: Bob Rodway, Fergie Blane

Robert (Bob) Rodway (aka Lions long term Santa Claus) sitting with Fergus (Fergie) Blane at Carol Money's house on the occasion of Jim & Lou's 50th Wedding Anniversary.

Bob was a very nice man who worked tirelessly for the Lions Club and also enjoyed gardening. He and his wife Vera lived on the waterside at…

Don, Laurie and Lillian on Christmas

L-R; Laurie, Don, and Lillian

Donald (Don) Cunningham was a Charter Member of the Saturna Lions Club. Here he is with his daughter Laurel (Laurie) and wife Lillian (Lill).

Jack and Laurie

This is a picture of Saturna Lions Club Charter Member Jack Vincent.
Jack had been a tugboat captain before retiring to Saturna Island. He and his wife Davina lived in the panabode house on the west side of the log house at East Point that is close to the water when you are driving on Tumbo Channel Road.
Their home was bought in 2001 from the…

Hilda Crosby and Marjorie Blane

L-R: Hilda Crosby, Marjorie Blane

Hilda Crosby was the wife of Les Crosby who, as a Lion, built the bar and cupboards in the Lounge at the Community Hall.
Hilda was a lovely kind person who enjoyed gardening.
Marjorie Blane lived with her husband Fergie at the corner of Waveney Road and Money Road on the waterside.
She was a kind happy woman…

Desiree and Santa

Here is Desiree Money, in her mouse costume for the Christmas play, getting a delightful present.
The Saturna Lions Club always provided a Santa Claus and someone to hand out the presents at the school's Christmas Concert. Lion Bob Rodway, as Santa Claus, and Lion Ian MacNeil as Santa's Helper did this job for many, many years.

Lions Remembrance Day Ceremony

L-R: Chelsea Money, Maryrose Paulin, Nancy Gerber, Wayne Quinn, unknown Lions dignitary.

Standing during the Lions Remembrance day ceremony.

Grant Dickey and Ingrid Gaines

Grant Dickey & Ingrid Gaines celebrating at the Lions Christmas event.

Two Lions Club Members

Linda Sohier & Kathy Stonehouse socializing as the Christmas Lions event.

Christmas Speech

Lion President Wayne Quinn stands at a podium during the Lions Club Christmas event.

Lions Club Members on Remembrance Day

L-R: Unknown female, unknown male: both off island Lion dignitaries, President Wayne Quinn, Secretary Chelsea Money, Ingrid Gaines

Members sit around a table as part of the Lion's remembrance day activities.

Lions Remembrance Day Ceremony

L-R: Mary Rose Paulin, Nancy Gerber, Chelsea Money, Wayne Quinn & unknown Lions dignitary from off-island.

The Lions remembrance day ceremony.

Lions Members Socializing

L-R: Michel Bourassa, John Money

Socializing at a Lions Club event. (Christmas Party?)

Christmas Lions Dinner

L-R; Jennifer Nilsen, Chelsea Money, Ellen Bourassa & Carol Money. In the background behind Ellen is Brian Haley, John Money and Patti Haley.

Saturna Lions Club Article for Scribbler

The Saturna Lions Club- Carol Money.pdf
This is an article written by Carol Money for the Saturna Scribbler about some of the history of the Lions Club.