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|School Year||Key Clubs|
|Year Around||Aktion Club|
|School Year||School Reading Program||School Year||Picture Parent Program, Eastlawn School|
|Fall/Spring||Tall In The Saddle|
|Weekly||Deliver lunch left-overs to Open Door|
|Pre-Christmas||Salvation Army Bell Ringing|
|New Hope Village room adoption project|
|April 22||Adopt-a-Highway, Midland Law Enforcement Center, 9am|
The April 18 meeting was a celebration of our 50th anniversary. Many past presidents, members of other Kiwanis clubs, state and divisional officers, and local officials were present. Remembrances were given by charter member Max Bottomley, president Fred Honerkamp, and members Diane Stevens, Sam Choo, and Dick Skochdopole. Click here to view Max's talk. Photos were shown in a slideshow. Special entertainment was given by the Midland Pipe Band. Click here to view a picture of the charter members. The April 11 meeting included a review of changes to be made to the flag project. A new Flag Sponsor Form has been developed. The slate of officers and board members for the next fiscal year were announced. President-elect Roger Moll reported that at the Spring Divisional meeting, Kiwassee received a number of awards including the District Outstanding Performance Award. The focus of the March of Dimes was the subject of the April 4 meeting. Jennifer Gracy, Executive Director for March of Dimes of Michigan was the speaker.
Lindsay Bryce of the Saginaw Intermediate School District told about their Math in the Mail program at our March 28 meeting. The program is designed to develop mathematical skills in three-year-old children and is open to children in the Great Lakes Bay Region. At the March 21 meeting, Technology Committee members Doug Snoddy and Make Fenske told how the Skype program could be used as a means for a member unable to attend a committee meeting to participate online. The topic for the March 14 meeting was The Bridge, a food center that focuses on providing the opportunity for people to purchase healthy foods at wholesale prices. Ed Doerner was the speaker. Also, officers of the Dow High Key Club reported on experiences at the recent Service Leadership Conference. Chris Coughlin, Fire Chief of the City of Midland, gave an update of the Fire Department's function at our March 7 meeting. Click here to view his presentation.
Andrea Krotcer-Burton from Floyd Elementary School
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A review of our fund raising activities was the topic of our January 31 meeting. Presentations on upcoming and past events highlighted the January 24 meeting. The January 17 meeting was canceled because of weather conditions. The Senior Youth Committee was in charge of the January 10 meeting. They set up presentation areas where three groups that Kiwassee supports talked about their activities. The groups were Northwood University Circle K with vice president Noah Stoffel as speaker, West Midland Family Center Dow College Opportunity Program with director Mike Scholewski as lead speaker, and North Midland Family Center Teen Program with director Kyle Tomasi as speaker. The January 3 meeting was an update on happenings at the West Midland Family Center. Melina Garcia and Alura Nash were the speakers.
|RECENT VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES|
|April 13-15||Robotics Competition, Saginaw Valley State University|
|March 23-25||Robotics Competition, H. H. Dow High School|
|March 11||Walk for Warmth|
|National Holidays||Flag Project|
|School Year||School Reading Program|
|School Year||Key clubs|
|Fall/Spring||Tall In The Saddle|
|Christmas Season||Salvation Army Bell Ringing|
|Year around||Aktion Club|