Richmond Kiwanis Club

December, 2000 Newsletter

Meetings Tuesday - Noon - Banana's Restaurant

December 5
Financial Planning Representative
Prime America

December 12
Susan Kipp (tentative)
Faculty Member in the EKU Department of Family and Consumer Sciences
Volunteer Leader for 4-H Clothing Construction Projects

December 19
Charles Hay
Archivist, EKU
Treasurer, Madison County Historical Society
The Battle of Richmond Association

December 26
Roundtable
Kiwanis Breakfast a Hugh Success

Brenda Blankenship and Beth Sullivan lure attendees to part with their money (for community service).

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A few of the happy customers - Full tummies - Priority One

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Hey Emily - start eating your pancakes!

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The Wellness on Wheels Wagon (WOW), one of the many projects supported by the Richmond Kiwanis, distributes health information to youth and schools in the Madison County Area. See here is Phyllis Adams, Richmond Kiwanis member, who is seen providing information at the Berea Spoonbread Festival. The wagon was also provided information to youth at the Kiwanis Carnival.

Richmond Kiwanians stop from their task of picking up trash from the Eastern By-Pass to pose for a photograph. Workers in the photo are (l. to r.) Ben McPherson, Dr. Ken Clawson, and Highway Cleanup Chairperson George Ridings. All were wearing their new Richmond Kiwanis Club T-Shirts.


Dr. Paul Blanchard, Director of the EKU Center for Kentucky History and Politics provided an analysis of the national and local election. During his presentation he predicted that Gov. George W. Bush would eventually be declared the winner of the 2000 presidential race. The ten point summary of his presentation is reproduced below.


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