Good Morning, Kiwanians!
Kiwanis Breakfast Club Kiwanis Club of Seminole, Breakfast – Florida District #13 Seminole Family Restaurant – 6864 Seminole Blvd., Seminole, FL 33772 EVERY TUESDAY MORNING – 7:15 a.m. Bulletin Editor: Charlene Jasmin – 394-2265; Leah Hoffman -
Bulletin March 29, 2011 www.KiwanisSeminoleBreakfast.com
“Goodness is love with its sleeves rolled up” General Frederick Coults PROGRAM SCHEDULE 3/29 see below
4/12 see below
4/26 business meeting
4/5 see below
4/19 Colin Colgan
5/3 Ed Deering
Speaker 3/29/11 Former State Representative Janet Long Speaker 4/5/11 – Dr. James Olliver, St Petersburg College Provost Speaker 4/12/11 - Jim Holder- works with Seminole High School Robotics Team “Spontaneous Combustion” If you have a speaker for your program, please provide information 2 weeks in advance so we can get it advertised. Please check with Linda and make sure your date has not been booked for a speaker. She has done a great job and made it easier on each of us. If you have a speaker it can be coordinated.
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY 3/29 Don Bitting
4/12 Colin Colgan
4/26 Mack Graves
4/5 Linda Burhans
4/19 Ed Deering
BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES Birthdays:
4/11 Colin Colgan
“THE WITCHING HOUR ” 1) What rock singer reportedly took his stage name as the reincarnation of a 17th-century witch discovered through a Quija board? (a) Ozzy Ozbourne (b Alice Cooper (c) Frank Zappa (d) Mott the Hoople (e) Iggy Pop. 2) What company was founded on the basis of a witch hazel extract used as an all –purpose remedy? (a) Maybelline (b) L. L. Bean (c) Pond’s (d) Avon (e) Seagrams 3) What U.S. Senator’s name was attached to a 1985 measure intended to remove witches from the list of religious organizations eligible for tax-exempt status? (a) Robert Dole (b) John Glenn (c) Ted Kennedy(d) Jesse Helms (e) Alan Cranston 4) What character was condemned as a witch in Sir Walter Scott’s novel “Ivanhoe”? (a) Guinevere (b) Roxanne (c) Rowena (d) Rebecca (e) Pamela
Burke 50-50 WINNERS 03/15/11 Ed Deering
GUESTS 3/15/11 Jim Gillen Paul Francis
KIWANIS EDUCATIONAL MOMENT OBJECTIVES OF KIWANIS
To give primacy to the human and spiritual rather than to the material values of life. To encourage the daily living of the Golden Rule in all human relationships To promote the adoption and the application of higher social, business and professional standards To develop, by precept and example, a more intelligent, aggressive and serviceable citizenship. To provide, through Kiwanis clubs, a practical means to form enduring friendships, to render altruistic service and to build better communities. To cooperate in creating and maintaining the sound public opinion and higher idealism which make possible the increase of righteousness, justice, patriotism and good will.
SERVICE PROJECTS READING DATES: K Kids MEETING--- April 7th/ May 5th/May 26th …Oakhurst Elementary, Media Center 3:00 K-KIDS - May 26th will be their end of year celebration. INTERCLUB: April 14th…St. Petersburg College – Seminole…..luncheon … Kris, Don, Mack, Tonya and Bob Lima plan on attending SUPPLY DAY: April 26 4th Tuesday of the month – bring in nonperishable food; toiletry items, socks, etc to be taken to Project Hope or the Alliance Food Pantry. SERVING THE HOMELESS: April 26thd 4th Tuesday of the month – St. Vincent De Paul (401 15th St N) – Contact Lee Walters 319-8343 BOOK CLEANING: TBA….- Bring a cleaner and rags. New location: Off Ulmerton at Tall Pines Dr, Largo. (Where CEDCO was…ASK Jim Parker.) Now in Unit 100 FAMILY FISHING FUN: 2011 Walsingham Park – April 30 Taylor Park – June 4 Walsingham Park – Aug 6 Taylor Park – Oct 1
OTHER NEWS THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS: Fred Flack –he is doing okay- just can’t get going in the early a.m. Mack and Mildred Graves - during difficult times. Give the family strength in dealing with this debilitating disease. Kiwanis Breakfast Club - strength to support community projects and bring in new members.
time we had assisted the evening club serve hot dogs, chips and drinks to the kids. Our discussion took us to asking Bob Root if we could do cotton candy…he agreed and we would do this independent of the evening club. oKris readdressed the map project we had discussed last fall. Discussion followed and some members voiced their opinion for and against. It will require selling $3,000 in ads to even consider this project. Stay tuned – more to come. oLinda Massey announced the SPRING COMMUNITY MARKET…3/26 FROM 10:00 A.M TO 3:00 P.M. Lake Seminole Presbyterian Church Grounds; vendors welcome for $30 fee…..contact Bonnie Fisher 727- 397-5961 if interested in a spot.
o Club website is: www.kiwanisseminolebreakfast.com o Division 13 website is: www.Kiwanis13.com
MEETING NOTES: o Weekly Challenge - Contact someone about Kiwanis. o Box Tops – to help support schools. Continue to save and bring in to the meeting. Box tops collected were presented to Orange Grove Elementary oFundraiser I – Features sports activity frames/special/pictures-Fund raiser continues. oDiscussed “reporting” to Lee Walters to in turn report to the district. We named our club members that have been undertaking rolls of Committee Chairpersons. Lee has done a great job but if we can get the reporting form on our website we can help Lee with this responsibility. oJohn suggested we think now on what we will do in recognition for the Oakhurst Elementary faculty that are instrumental in the KKids program. Loren made a motion to purchase 3 -$50 gift certificates. Don B. seconded. oKris received a request from Dr. Steven Nickse in support of Kids Appreciation Day the last day of school, June 8th. We have in the past always contributed $100 to this great cause. Don Bitting made a motion for $100 support…and Jim Parker seconded. Some discussion followed about our club participation…which at one
YEAR ROUND FUND RAISERS
o Shop on line at www.iGive.com. Club receives a % of what is bought.
2010-2011 OFFICERS President - Kris Hartland 1st Vice President - Bob
Secretary - Lee Walters Treasurer - Loren Price
David Green Jim Parker
2010-2011 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Charlene Jasmin Bob Root
2010-2011 COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSONS Club Meeting – Linda Burhans Support of Spiritual Aims – Mack Graves Membership - Ed Deering & Marlene Interclub – Vicki Sullivan Jehs Public Relations –Tonya Shaw & Jane Sponsored Youth – Don Bitting & Tonya Muhrlin Shaw Y.C.P.O- Lee Walters Community Services – John Sanguinette Newsletter – Charlene Jasmin Webmaster- Bob Lima DIVISION 13 OFFICERS FLORIDA DISTRICT OFFICERS Lt. Governor – Markus Mittermayr Governor – Tom Ramiccio Secretary/Treasurer – Charles Stewart Secretary – George Langguth Imm. Past Lt. Gov. – Judy Nicholson Imm. Past Gov. – Donna T. Parton INTERNATIONAL OFFICERS President – Sylvester Neal Imm. Past Pres. – Paul G. Palazzolo OTHER DIVISION CLUB MEETINGS 2nd
Gulf Beaches – and Thursdays 12:00 St. Petersburg – Tuesday 12:15 p.m. p.m. The Orange Blossom, 220 4th St. N. Treasure Is. Y&T Club, 400 Treasure Seminole – Thursday 6:15 p.m. Island Cswy Freedom Square Roskamp Auditorium Midtown – Wednesday 7:30 a.m. Sunshine City – Friday 12:15 p.m. St. Petersburg Yacht Club, 11 Central Piccadilly, 1900 34th St. N. Ave Pinellas Park – Thursday 12:15 p.m. Park Station, 5851 Park Blvd.