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July 2014 Newsletter 2

KIWANIS OF EAST AURORA NEWSLETTER

                                                                                           

Thursday – July 17, 2014   noon – Roycroft

18 members. 8 guests.

ANNOUNCEMENTS:

The August 7th Dinner Meeting will be a significant event.  Please keep the date open and plan on attending!  More to come.

The Joint Service Clubs will have a tent for the upcoming Sidewalk Sale on July 26, 2014.  A sign-up sheet will be out soon.

 

OTHER:

MEMBERSHIP:

Three new members inducted today; Sheral Welsch, Bruce Mitchell and Mark Jeffe.  Welcome!

UPCOMING PROGRAMS:

7/25/14  Sidewalk Sale

8/27/14  Camp Kiwanis at Cradle Beach.  We will be cooking.

10/9/14  Past President’s Dinner

10/11/14  Aktion Club of WNY Regional Conference

CLUBS/COMMITTEE REPORTS:

SUNSHINE CLUB

–          Good news for Geoff Vossler!

–          Pam Voss home and recovering.

–          Sue Pagliaccio coming home shortly.

–          Sharon Heinemann back in the hospital.

Keep all in your thoughts and prayers.

BUILDER’S CLUB

–          Done for the summer.

KEY CLUB

–          Done for the summer.

AKTION CLUB

–          Raised $400.00.  Thanks to all who came!

–          Baseball starting on July 23.

–          Don and John attended the first meeting of the Hamburg Aktion Club.  Per John it is the 11th club in our area.

KIWANIS KARES

CHICKEN BARBEQUE

–          Thanks for another great year.

GUEST SPEAKER:

Our program at lunch was the induction of Sheral, Bruce and Mark as new members of the East Aurora Kiwanis Club.  Governor elect Eric Paul and Lt. Governor elect Chuck Ekert were present and participated.  Well done.

We also had Emily, Allie and Carley from the Key Club present.  The three spoke of their participation in Key Club and especially at the Key Club statewide Convention.  All found that meeting people in Key Clubs from all over the State was exciting.  They also felt that the leadership training they received was rewarding.  All three were glad they chose to participate.  Note:  Allie and Carley were this year’s Kiwanis Scholarship winners.

Nice to see them and see their exuberance.

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