Coupeville Lions serve salmon, Northwest style

The Coupeville Lions will serve up tradition starting at noon on Sunday, Sept. 9 in Coupeville Town Park at the corner of N.W. Coveland and N.W. Colburn streets.

The Coupeville Lions will serve up tradition starting at noon on Sunday, Sept. 9 in Coupeville Town Park at the corner of N.W. Coveland and N.W. Colburn streets.

The menu will include freshly caught salmon filets grilled over an alder-wood fire, corn on the cob, coleslaw, potato salad, garlic bread and a special dessert. Coffee and lemonade will also be served.

This is a limited offer – only 200 tickets will be available. Tickets are $20 and may be purchased at Coupeville Town Hall, Bayleaf and the Coupeville Chamber of Commerce. For will-call tickets, call 360-678-4105 and leave a name, phone number and the number of tickets wanted. Tickets will be held at the will-call window at the kitchen shelter in the park, where payment can be made and tickets picked up beginning at 11 a.m. Remaining tickets will go on sale at 11:30 a.m.

Proceeds support Lions programs in the Coupeville area. Call Bob Johnson at 360-678-6480 for information.

Stick around after eating and enjoy the final summer Concerts on the Cove event or the 2012 season, with Dillinger’s Clambake, a new-era swing band, performing a free concert at 2 p.m..

 

 

 

 

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