March, 2018 Newsletter


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Tuesday, March 6 - 4:45 p.m - Board of Directors Meeting
- 6 p.m. - Business Meeting
Speaker: Jennifer Napier - "Understanding the Different Generations"

Saturday, March 10, from 10 am. to 1 p.m. - "Fun at the Mall!" sponsored by Children's Champions.
Kiwanis will assist by helping sign up children for flouride treatments (this will require parents approval.)
Richmond Kiwanians can come at any time they are available. The assembly point for volunteers is the circle located at the center inside of the mall. Once we have a sufficient number of Kiwanians to help with this task they will be assigned to other tasks, there will be a petting zoo, a bounce house, an easter bunny, and games.

Thursday, March 15, 5 to 5:30 p.m. - "Feeding Habitat for Humanity Volunteers."
Kiwanis will provide the evening meal for college students from Michigan who will be volunteering during their spring break to assist the Habitat for Humanity in building a home in our community. The food will be delivered to the Habitat for Humanity Richmond Office on Big Hill Avenue near Southern States.

Any Kiwanian who wishes to provide a dish, drinks, or other food item are encourage to call Joan Kleine at 859-582-9530.

Thursday, March 15, 5:30 p.m. - "Irvine-Ravenna Kiwanians In-House Auction and Interclub meeting."
To be held at the Steam Engine Pizza, 206 Main Street, Irvine, KY on the right side of Main Street past the Estill County Courthouse coming from Richmond. 606-723-9787. steamenginepizza.com

Tuesday, March 20, 6 p.m. - "Richmond Kiwanians In-House Auction and meeting."
This will be held at the First Baptist Church of Richmond in the upstairs "Fellowship Hall" at 425 Eastern Bypass, Richmond, KY 40475 - Dinner will be served by the Richmond club --- the cost will be $5 per dinner which will include the meal, salad and drink. Remember: The Kiwanis Club of Richmond has permanently moved from the Gillum's Sports Lounge and will no longer be meeting at that location.


Richmond and Berea Kiwanis Support
Children's Champions Program

The Kiwanis Club of Richmond presented a $100 award to Payton Gabbard, of the Kirksville School for winning the Madison County Children's Champions poster contest. The Kiwanis Club of Berea presented a $100 award to Payton's art teacher for school art supplies. Individuals in the above photo are (left to right) Wallace Campbell, Kiwanis Club of Berea; Payton Gabbard, winner of the Madison County Children's Champions poster competition; Joan Kleine, president of the Kiwanis Club of Richmond; Phillis Adams, director of the Madison County Children's Champions program and member of the Kiwanis Club of Richmond, and Dr. Glen Kleine, Public Relations Coordinator for the Kentucky-Tennessee District of Kiwanis International.

County Judge-Executive Reagan Taylor explains the role of his office to students in Kirksville School.

Payton Gabbard, winner of the Madison County Children's Champions poster competition and County Judge-Executive Reagan Taylor.

Joan Kleine gives Payton Gabbard $100 check from the Kiwanis Club of Richmond for winning the Madison County Children's Champions poster competition. Her art teacher, on the left received $100 from the Kiwanis Club of Berea for future art projects.

Kirksville School student Payton Gabbard with her award winning Madison County Children's Champions poster.

Payton Gabbard shows her award winning Madison County Children's Champions poster to Joan Kleine, president of the Kiwanis Club of Richmond.


Four Third Grade Teachers Embrace BUG

Four Third Grade Teachers at the Daniel Boone Elementary School in Richmond decided to use the next two grading periods to try the Kiwanis Bringing Up Grades (BUG) Program at their school. Joan Kleine, a former Madison County Schools elementary school teacher, and current president of the Kiwanis Club of Richmond, met with the teachers to explain the program. The goal is to get children to work harder to bring up their grades.

Kiwanis Club of Richmond Little League Team

The Kiwanis Club of Richmond has sponsored a Little League team for more than three decades. Phillis Adams, member of Kiwanis for more than 25 years, has been the head of the Richmond Little League even longer than that... and has a Little League Baseball Field named after her!

Board Holds Quickie Meeting

This is an example when the board has quickie meetings following the general meeting to act on a specific measure.

Club Loses Long-Time Kiwanian

Charles Shelby, Jr. died on February 11, 2018. Shelby is seen here receiving recognition by the club of having been a 35 year member of the Kiwanis Club of Richmond. Shelby, who was born on November 8, 1929, was described by Mrs. Joan Kleine, the club president, as one of the most creative and loytal members of the club.

MCHS Key Club Designs New T-Shirt

MCHS Key Club designs new T-Shirt which promotes the values of the club on the outline of the key.

 

 


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