For over 20 years the Yachats Lions Club has held an “all the crab you can eat” even in Yachats. The annual trek to Yachats to eat Dungeness Crab is a tradition for families and groups from across Oregon and Washington.
This years’ crab feed will be a little different due to covid-19. We will be selling crab meals available for take-out only. It will consist of one whole local crab, cole slaw, and homemade bread. Meals will be available for pick-up (scheduled times) at the Lions Hall, 344 4th Street, Yachats.
The $25 per person tickets are available for sale online at
https://yachatslionsclub.org/ You can select your pickup time and order as many meals as you like. Email for more information at Lionscrabfeed2021@gmail.com.
Kevin Yorks, coordinator of the popular crab feed this year says, “We get great support from the community and local businesses in Yachats, Waldport and Newport. South Beach Fish Market cooks and cleans the best tasting local crab you ever ate.”
All proceeds from the annual crab feed fundraiser supports Lions Community Service projects with scholarships to graduating seniors, food pantries, the Preschool and after school programs of the Yachats Youth and Family program, South Lincoln Resources programs, eyeglasses for children and adults.
With the motto “WE SERVE,” Yachats Lions Club is celebrating 71 years of service to Yachats
and South Lincoln County. The Yachats Lions Thrift Store across 4th Street from the
Yachats Commons, has served our community for more than 40 years.
Lions Clubs International is the world’s largest service club organization, with a
network of 1.3 million men and women in more than 200 countries and
geographical locations. We serve where we live, as well as globally, and we have fun