Richmond Kiwanis Club

November, 2012 Newsletter

Meetings are held at 6 p.m. each Tuesday at the
Galaxy Bowling Conference Room, 1025 Amberley Way
Richmond, KY 40475-8847
(Off of I-75 Exit 87) in Richmond, KY.

Thursday, November 1 - 5 p.m.
Division Meeting and Governor's Visit
Division business will be conducted and the Lt. Governor Elect will be selected
Division meeting at 5 p.m.
Dinner at 6 p.m.
Governor Bob Brinkmann will be the principal speaker
Michael's Restaurant - 100 Third Street - Ravenna, KY - (606) 723-9997
The cost will be $15
Call Joan Kleine at 859-623-3941 so she can consolidate all of the reservations.

Tuesday, November 6

Saturday, November 10
7 a.m. to Noon

Annual Pancake Breakfast
EKU Baptist Campus Ministry Building
Intersection of Kit Carson Drive and University Drive
$5 for adults and $3 for children

Monday, November 12 - 6:30 p.m.
Farm City Banquet

Madison County Extension Office
230 Duncannon Lane, Richmond, KY
The principal speaker will be Phillip Seyfrit, Director of the Madison County Historical Properties. he will speak about the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Richmond.
Kiwanis Club of Richmond more than 50 year ago.
The annual Kiwanis award for excellence in agriculture education will be presented at this time.
Tickets will not be sold at the door - please get your tickets in advance.
The cost is $10 per person and tickets can be purchased from Joan Kleine
The Farm City Banquet was orginated by the The Farm City Banquet was orginated by the
Kiwanis Club of Richmond more than 50 year ago.

Tuesday, November 13
Aziz Morris, Student at Berea College
Update on Activities at Safety City

Tuesday, November 20
Elizabeth Ward
Artfully Yours Activity / Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students

Tuesday, November 27
Malissa Beamer
Chiropractic Health Solutions

Sears Gets Ag Education Award

Jennifer Napier (left), president of the Kiwanis Club of Richmond, presented to Madison County Home Extension Agent Amanda Sears, the annual Jack Taylor Agriculture Education Award.  This award, started in 2002, has been presented annually by Kiwanians at the Farm-City Banquet.  Kiwanis International started County Farm-City Banquets nationally and Richmond Kiwanians started the Madison County Farm-City Banquets locally in 1955.  The award is named in honor of Jack Taylor, a former Agriculture Extension Agent and a Kiwanian for more than 50 years.

Kiwanians Provide Snacks for Teens

The Richmond Teen Center will have plenty of snacks for their field trip this Friday, Nov. 16th, courtesy of the Kiwanis Club of Richmond.  Lucille Snyder, who works with the 35 children in the center, is seen with the many snacks members remembered to bring and the $52 members who forgot to bring snacks for the teens contributed toward this effort.  Jennifer Napier, the Kentucky Club President said, "Field trips are vital to learning and exposing kids to activities or places they may never see otherwise."

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