||Megan Stevenson and Wendy Brys
|| Ron Wimple
|| Spencer Ruffner
|| Lana Archer
|| Spencer Ruffner
|| Carlton Cook
|| Dan Meikle at the piano, playing The Star Spangled Banner for us to sing
Hosts - Greeters
|Megan Stevenson and Wendy Brys
|Kiwanis members went to Las Vegas this
last week to the International Convention. Tables were decorated with chips, fake cash and cards.
Each member received beads or other glamourous wear. It was just as though we were all high rollers.
|$25.00 #10 Kelly Coffin, not here. Thanks Kelly.
|Susan Gilmore - Key Club is having a family fun night, "Breathe Easy", this Friday, July 13 from 5pm to dusk at Tecumseh High School South parking lot.
Funds raised will support laryngomalacia research and awareness. Sign-up sheet circulated. Kiwanis volunteers are needed, mention you are with Kiwanis when you arrive and they will direct you.
|Beth Noden - Fellowship (Fun) event on July 19, from 6pm to 8pm at Mary Tommelein's, 111 N. Oneida, for Kids night at Music In the Park.
Mary will provide appetizers. Bring your own beverage and your grandkids. Sign-up sheet circulated.
|Doug Bird - Travel and Adventure Brochure ads are due July 17. 1/3 of the ad packets are in already.
|Ken DeRemer - Michigan District Convention is September 6 - 9 at Boyne Highlands. We may send 3 delegates. More info at mykiwanis.org.
|Wendy Brys planned quite a spectacular "Vegas Style" fine session utilizing members with hats to collect money and/or answer questions about Kiwanis.
There are 10 clubs in our Division, which is #11.
Our Lt. Governor is Bonnie Bartlett.
SLP stands for Service Leadership Program.
We participate with Key, Builders and Action clubs.
Our Tecumseh club of founded in 1956.
Women were allowed in Kiwanis beginning in 1987.
One club raised $25,000 through "likes" on facebook..
Megan Stevenson did a Vegas Power Point to let us know more about detail,s convention amendments and elections.
The Philippines currently have the most clubs. The Convention Theme was "Our Members are Super Heroes" to change other's lives.
$155,915 was raised for the Eliminate Project during the 3-day convention. This will be matched by 3 anonymous families. 25 countries have been helped to date.
Megan learned about presidential training. The importance is to focus on vision and value. Mega is so interested in having us look at what our community needs are.
Wendy learned about Young Children Priority One. She learned about the importance of child's brain, hunger issue and reading.
She talked about a Penguin Project involving peer mentors with those with special needs to perform plays.
Next year the International Convention will be held at Disney.
Checkout the Kiwanis websites of the District, International and our own.
Thank you to Matt Holdridge for redoing our website. In the very near future, committee chairs will enter information into the website.
The delegates at the 103rd Annual Kiwanis International Convention elected the following Kiwanians for the 2018-2019 year:
International President: Florencio C. "Poly" Lat, Metro Manila, Philippines
International President-elect: Daniel Vigneron, Howald, Luxembourg
International Vice-president: Arthur N. Riley, Westminster, Maryland
Katrina J. Baranko, Albany, Georgia
George R. Delisle, Westfield, Massachusetts
Ronald E. Smith, Fountain Hills, Arizona
Congradulations to all election Leaders
goal is to open 500 new clubs
Find all of the ace tools and worksheets on the Kiwanis international website!
Future Meeting Schedule & Responsibilities
|| Carlton Cook
|| Mary Tommelein
|| Wendy Brys
||Wendy Brys, Megan Stevenson
|| Kiwanis International Convention
|| JoAnne Potvin
|| Mike Becker
|| George Eidson
||Pat Deere / TBA
| July 31
|| Criminal Justice Teacher