Richmond Kiwanis Club

June, 2001 Newsletter

Meetings Tuesday - Noon - Banana's Restaurant

June 5
High School Kiwanis Scholarship Winners will be introduced and will speak

June 12
Roy Meckler will speak on WHAS Crusade for Children and Organ Donations

June 18-23
EKU - Richmond Kiwanis Annual Carnival
EKU Alumni Coliseum Parking Lot

June 19
Dr. Kenneth Clawson will discuss Lt. Governor's Training

June 26
Al Smith
Host, Comment on Kentucky, Kentucky Educational Television
"Kentucky Today and Tomorrow"(tentative)


June 18-23
EKU - Richmond Kiwanis Annual Carnival
EKU Alumni Coliseum Parking Lot


Notes from Brenda

RIF (READING IS FUNDAMENTAL) WILL BE HELD AT THE CITY PARK ON JULY 11, 2001 FROM 1l:30 - 3:30 P.M. THE RICHMOND KIWANIS CLUB IS A SPONSOR OF OF THIS. WE MAKE A DONATION OF $200.00 EVERY YEAR TO HELP BUY BOOKS. THEY HAVE ASK IF ANY KIWANIANS WOULD LIKE TO VOLUNTEER THAT DAY AND HELP.

PIDDLE JOHNSON IS RECOVERING FROM SURGERY AND DOING VERY WELL.

BETH SULLIVAN HAD SURGERY AND IS BACK AT WORK.

PHILLIS ADAMS AND BRENDA BLANKENSHIP SPENT THE DAY AT THE STATE SPECIAL OLYMPICS LAST SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 2001. WE HAD A 2 HOUR DELAY WITH THE RAIN, BUT ENDED UP TAKING 840 POLAROID PICTURES OF THE ATHLETES AND GIVING THEM OUT. WE ALSO GAVE AWAY SUN VISORS, TENSION BALLS, SMILEY FACE NOTE PADS,SUN GLASSES, WIND MILLS, AND OTHER ITEMS. WE HAD $1,500.00 IN THE BUDGET FOR THIS EVENT AND SPENT IT ALL.

THE ATHLETES, COACHES AND PARENTS WERE VERY APPRECIATIVE OF WHAT THE CLUB
DID.

BRENDA BLANKENSHIP



Richmond Kiwanis Assists Model High School Key Club

Model School Key Club Officers and Sponsor recently attended the May 15, 2001 Richmond Kiwanis meeting. They reported on their activities for the year. Here they display a Richmond Kiwanis Summer Festival Poster. The carnival will be held in the EKU Coliseum Parking Lot on June 18-23. The Key Club leaders are (l. to r.) Julia Sowash, 2000-2001 president; Katie Shafer, 2001-2002 president; Jessie Boardman, 2001-2002 historian; Julie Dumbris, 2001-2002 secretary; Amanda Sernulka, 2001-2002 treasurer and Mrs. Shafer, a faculty member at Model School and one of the sponsors of the Model School Key Club.

The Richmond Kiwanis assisted Model High School Key Club develop a web site after their key club officers met with the club and described their activities for the year. Jessica Boardman (center holding sign) brought to the club a scrapbook visually outlining many of the activities of their key club. Glen Kleine of the Richmond Kiwanis club volunteered to scan images in the scrapbook and develop a website. They met with Kiwanis at noon on May 29. By the evening of May 29th the Model School Key Club had a web page. You can view this page by clicking here.

By the next day Julia Sowash, the 2000-2001 president of the Model High School Key Club sent the following email: "Dr. Kleine: Thank you so much for getting us up so quickly!! I never dreamed it would happen so fast or be so spectacular. You did a wonderful job. I am really impressed. The pictures and everything it's just so great! I'll make sure all the key clubbers know about it and visit sometime soon. Thanks again!! - :)!!***Julie***!!(:

The Model School Key Club was selected at the "Most Outstanding Key Club in Division 9 of the Kentucky-Tennessee District for 2000-2001.


Governor-Elect Conducts Training

Dr. Kenneth Clawson, Governor-Elect of the Kentucky-Tennessee District conducted a three-day Lt. Governor's training at the Cumberland Inn in Williamsberg, KY on May 18-20.

Dr. Clawson said representatives of the 19 Divisions received training on reporting responsibilities, developing relatrionships with the district and with their division. He emphasized the importance of developing a strong and growing membership. He also focused on the importance of sponsoring Youth - Priority One. He also indicated that one of his goals was an active K-T District website and active websites for each division and each club.


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.


To Keep You Amused

Count how many you remember. Then check the bottom.

1. Blackjack chewing gum
2. Wax Coke-shaped bottles with colored sugar water
3. Candy cigarettes
4. Soda pop machines that dispense bottles
5. Coffee shops with tableside jukeboxes
6. Home milk delivery in glass bottles with cardboard stoppers
7. Party lines
8. Newsreels before the movie
9. P.F. Flyers
10. Butch wax
11. Telephone numbers with a word prefix (Garfield 1-2323)
12. Peashooters
13. Howdy Doody
14. 45 RPM records
15. S&H Green Stamps
16. Hi-fi's
17. Metal ice trays with levers
18. Mimeograph paper
19. Blue flashbulbs
20. Beanie and Cecil
21. Roller skate keys
22. Cork popguns
23. Drive-ins
24. Studebakers
25. Wash tub wringers
26. Outhouses and honey-dippers
27. Charlie Chip man
28. returnable glass milk gallons and you got 5 cents at Lawsons
29. Getting a cheeseburger, fries and a coke for 78 cents at
McDonalds
30. Gas wars with prices at 23 cents a gallon
31. Not having to lock your doors
32. Candy cigarettes
33. Seeing the McDonald sign saying over 100,000 sold..
34. Khaki uniforms starched and pressed for .25 cent a uniform.
35. Brown Boots.
36. Leggings
37. 03's and M-1's
38. 1SGT's who ran the Company for the "Old Man" (who was all of 24 yrs Old)

If you remembered 0-5: You're still young
If you remembered 6-10: You are getting older
If you remembered 11-15: Don't tell your age
If you remembered 16-25: You're older than dirt!
If you remembered 26-31: Your lucky to be alive!!!!


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