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OFFICIAL MOTTO:
WE SERVE

SLOGAN :
Liberty
Intelligence
Our Nation's Safety

OFFICIAL COLORS :
PURPLE AND GOLD

Purple stands for loyalty to friends, and for integrity of mind and heart Gold symbolizes sincerity of purpose, liberality in judgement, purity in life, and generosity in mind, heart and purse to those in need.


Vision Statement

To be the global leader in community and humanitarian service.

Mission Statement

To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions clubs

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Welcome to the Oceanside Sea Lions Club!

We meet on the:
1st and 3rd Tuesday
from 7-8 pm
China Star Super Buffet
  1401 Mission Avenue
Oceanside, CA 92058
Sponsored by:
Oceanside Host

The Oceanside Sea Lions is one of the over 46,000 local clubs and more than 1.4 million members in over 200 countries around the world. Melvin Jones started the first Lions Club in Chicago in 1917.

Since 1923, when Helen Keller challenged the Lions to become the "Knights of the Blind", sight conservation has been the primary mission of the Lions. Throughout the world, Lions have dedicated themselves to take up Miss Keller's challenge.

The Oceanside Sea Lions have taken this challenge to heart. Since the 1960's (with the help of generous local eye doctors), they have furnished eyeglasses for thousands of children in the Oceanside, California area. In addition, they have sent several people to the Southern California Lions' Eye Institute in Santa Monica for eye operations performed by highly skilled surgeons at little or not cost to the recipients.

We also support many local organizations such as Local Schools, Lion Camps at Teresita Pines, Oceanside Pacific Kiwanis Beach Fun Day, Brother Bennos, and more. As you may have guessed, all this takes time and money. To achieve these goals, the Sea Lions have three major fundraisers annually.

Since 1981, we have sponsored the Miss Oceanside Pageant. This pageant provides great talent and develop self esteem. And in 2010 we added the Miss Teen Oceanside Scholarship Pageant. The event became known as Miss Oceanside & Miss Teen Oceanside Scholarship Pageant starting 2010. The winners become goodwill ambassadors to the City of Oceanside, Oceanside Chamber of Commerce and Oceanside Sea Lions Club. Our next annual fundraiser is fun for the whole family "Bowl for the Blind". Another great fundraiser is "White Cane Days" where Lions members go to the public and solicit funds. Keep a look out for Lions at your local shopping centers. The Lions Club is constantly looking for new and fun ideas for fund-raising and new members to help us with this exciting undertakings.

If you are interested in seeing how the men and women of Oceanside Sea Lions Club work, please fill out the attached form. "Come join the fun" and support the citizens of your community.

To download donor sheet, click here

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Oceanside Sea Lions honor Bonnie and George Mitchell

 

Presentation of the winners of Miss Oceanside & Miss Teen Oceanside and their courts at the Oceanside Council Chamber.


Presentation of Miss Oceanside Kylea Mackenzie, Princess Jacqueline Montano, Princess Teresa Gaspar, Princess Iris Peña, Miss Teen Oceanside Jacinda Rios, Teen Princess Lauren Bell, Teen Princess Kristialina Banuelos, Teen Princess Kayla Engelhardt as Oceanside ambassadors of good will at the Oceanside Council Chambers." June 24, 2015

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Miss Oceanside, Miss Teen Oceanside Crowned for 2015


Oceanside CA- The 2015 Miss Oceanside and Miss Teen Oceanside, were crowned last night, April 25th, during the Oceanside Scholarship Pageant sponsored by the Oceanside SeaLions Club.
Kylea McKenzie was named Miss Oceanside and Jacinda Rios received the title, Miss Teen Oceanside in front of a packed house at the James Truax Performing Arts Center on the campus of El Camino High School.

Kylea McKenzie, Miss Oceanside and Jacinda Rios, Miss Teen Oceanside. There were three phases of competition, Saturday night, in the pageant; the 'Theme wear' competition, the 'Evening Gown' competition and the final contestant interview on stage. There were 11 competitors each for the Miss Teen Oceanside and Miss Oceanside title.

(L-R)Third runner-up, Iris Pena, second runner-up, Teresa Gaspar, first runner-up Jacqueline Montano and the new Miss Oceanside,
Kylea McKenzie

Kylea McKenzie is joined in her court by; Jacqueline Montano, first runner up, Teresa Gaspar, second runner-up and Iris Pena third runner-up.
Also competing for the Miss Oceanside Crown were; Tatum Torres, Jasmine Calderon, Yesenia Obeso, Melody Vivar, Alicia Cacho, Mariana Cruz and Ashley Rodriguez.

MSea Lions President, Zucette Lumabas Receives Prestigious Award
November 5, 2014

Oceanside CA— PDG / President of the San Diego Center for the Blind, Len Blotton, awarded Oceanside Sea Lions President, Zucette Lumabas, the year round Growth Membership Excellence Award for her outstanding service.

The Oceanside Sea Lions is one of over 46,000 Lions Clubs with over 1.35 million members worldwide. The mission is “to serve”. Since 1923, when Helen Keller challenged the Lions to become the “Knights of the Blind”, sight conservation has been the primary mission of the Lions. Throughout the world, Lions have dedicated themselves to take up Miss Keller’s challenge.

The Oceanside Sea Lions have taken this challenge to heart. Since the 1960’s (with the help of generous local eye doctors), they have furnished eyeglasses for thousands of children in the Oceanside, California area. In addition, they have sent several people to the Southern California Lions’ Eye Institute in Santa Monica for eye operations performed by highly skilled surgeons at little or not cost to the recipients. The Oceanside Sea Lions meet on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday at 7:00 pm at the China Star in Oceanside. Guests are welcome.

Member Spotlight Zucette Lumabas Named Chamber Member of the Month
November 26, 2013

Zucette, Oceanside CAAzucena Zucette Lumabas was named the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce Member of the Month for November. She has been a member of the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce for several years, and serves on the Membership/Ambassadors Committee. She enjoys interacting with other business members, ribbon cuttings, mixers and attending/volunteering at events held by the chamber.

Zucette is a registered nurse, having received her BSN from UERMMMC College of Nursing, Philippines and was granted Board Certification as a Medical-Surgical Nurse by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. She has two sons, a daughter-in-law and two grandchildren. She worked in the Philippines, Illinois, Texas and in California where she retired from the VA San Diego Healthcare System three years ago. Since then, she has been able to spend more time doing community service.

Zucette is the president of the Oceanside Sea Lions Club, where she received the Melvin Jones plaque, Lion of the Year, and Excellence in Membership. She's on the board of directors for the Fil-Am Cultural Association where she is the Chairman of Hospitality, "Pinoy Got Talent" and a member of several committees such as Scholarship, Holiday Ball, Fil-Am Pageant, and a corresponding secretary in Las Madrinas Altar Society. She is a member of the Oceanside Pacific Kiwanis and volunteers at Brother Benno, Beach Fun Days, and Child ID. She is also a member of UERMMMC Nursing Alumni Association of USA, Red "Red Hot" Hatters and a lifetime member of TCMC Auxiliary.

Zucette is called a social media coordinator, being an administrator of a FB page OPK and several FB groups such as Miss Oceanside pageant, FACASDNC, FilAm pageant, Oceanside Pacific Kiwanis, OSL president group, and OSLC website. She feels a great sense of self-satisfaction and purpose in volunteering. She is thankful to be given an opportunity to serve and hopes to make a difference in the community.

She enjoys babysitting, singing, watching musical shows, eating out, and traveling to different states and countries. As a matter of fact, she just returned from a cruise to Greece and Turkey. Zucette is thankful for God's blessings and she loves life.

- See more at: http://www.oceansidechamber.com/wcnews/NewsArticleDisplay.aspx?articleid=1116#sthash.nhn7NIe4.dpuf





 
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