Richmond Kiwanis Club
July, 2000 Newsletter
Meetings Tuesday - Noon - Banana's Restaurant
Research Office of the Richmond Community
Telford Terrace Personal Care
Golf Scramble - Gibson Bay
Allison Emmons, Attorney
Calitri: Fundraising Dynamo
Mark Calitri, a one man fundraising dynamo who helped organize the annual carnival, turns over $6742 in proft from the carnival to club president David Benge. The profit from the carnival will be split with the EKU Colonels Club. EKU provided the space for the annual carnival.Richard Thomas, long-time CEO of PattieA.Clay Hospital, told the club about the $10 million expansion of the hospital and the initiation of a Pattie A. Clay Hospital Foundation to support Capital development.
Hospital Administrator Tells About
.Pattie A. Clay Hospital Improvements
Richard Thomas, long-time CEO of PattieA.Clay Hospital, told the club about the $10 million expansion of the hospital and the initiation of a Pattie A. Clay Hospital Foundation to support Capital development
Notes from Brenda
Patrick McMahan's wife has been under the weather, we wish her well.
Irene McPherson, wife of Kiwanian Ben McPherson, is in St. Joseph's Hospital. She is having back surgery. Irene is fighting the battle of cancer. Hopefully the surgery today will relieve her of some back pain that she has been experiencing. All Kiwanians should keep her and Ben in their prayers.
Beth Sullivan is back in the swing of things since she has had her surgery. We are glad to have Beth back.
Morris Taylor is back from what appears to be successful surgery and we are hearing good reports on his progress.
Kiwanis Club had a foursome in the Hospice Golf Scramble. We were represented by Piddle Johnson, Steve Marionneaux, Bob Nayle and Robert Ford. The Scramble was held on June 21 at the Bull.
Members of Kiwanis are invited to the Change of Command at the Blue Grass Depot at 9 a.m. on July 6. RSVP at 625-6889. The command will change from Kiwanian LTC John D. Esce to MAJ John M. Riley.
Newsletter Editor - Glen Kleine - 623-3941