December, 2003 Newsletter
Meetings Tuesday -
Noon - Banana's Restaurant
Jim Thompson, local attorney
Slide Show - "Travels in Ireland"
Craft & Noble CPA
Second Floor - Harper Square - Lexington Road
Traditions of Hanukah
Marsha Berry, Communications Director
Central Kentucky Blood (CKBC)
Presentation on automated blood collection and
national marrow donor program
Family Christmas Party
6 to 9 p.m. at the YMCA
Bi-Monthly Planning Session and Club Business
Advanced Planning for March 1 Kiwanis Auction
for Richmond Families at YMCA
Santa hears the wish list of Richmond
children at YMCA-Richmond Kiwanis Christmas Party. Glen Kleine,
Lt. Gov. of K-T Kiwanis Division 9, served as Santa. Click
here to see photos of YMCA Christmas Party for Special Families.
Little Davy Harkleroad had a
special request of Santa after the little kids finished. He asked
for a successful 2004 Roadblock - and also suggested that Santa
set spending limits on Tammy at the next Kiwanis auction.
President of the Richmond Kiwanis Club, was all smiles at the
YMCA Christmas party.
Jason Eberle Speaks
Jason Eberle, the Golf Pro at the Gibson Bay Golf Course
spoke about golf in Madison County and the importance of a vigerous
youth golf program on November 11. He said there are seven golf
courses in Madison County and they need a total of 200,000 rounds
each year to make them profitable. He said an active youth program
is vital to making that happen in the county. He also discussed
handicapped golf and specialized golf courses for small children
Tell Someone They're Doing a Good Job Week Every day
this week, tell someone, "You're doing a good job."
For information: Joe Hoppel, Radio Station WCMS, 4489 Greenwich
Road, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462; phone: 757-671-1000; e-mail:
email@example.com; Web site, www.wcms.com.
Abilities Day Celebrates all people with disabilities
and their caregivers. To celebrate this day, wear a white ribbon.
For information: Paul Cannaday, 4971 Wixson Road, Croswell, Michigan
48422; phone, 810-679-0236, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
World Peace Meditation An opportunity for people around
the world to focus their thoughts and energy on peace. The event
is observed internationally, beginning at noon Greenwich Mean
Time (GMT) and lasting one hour (7 am 8 am, EST). For information:
Quartus Foundation, PO Box 1768, Boerne, Texas 78006, phone, 830-249-3985,
e-mail, email@example.com, Web site, www.quartus.org.
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