Richmond Kiwanis Club

September, 2003 Newsletter

Meetings Tuesday - Noon - Banana's Restaurant


September 2

Linda Greenwell, Candidate for Kentucky Auditor spoke on September 2

September 2
6:00 p.m.
Board of Director's Meeting - DeSloover's Realty

September 9
Kiwanis Meeting
Program to be announced

September 16
Phillis Adams
"Communities That Care"

September 20 - 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Roadblock

September 23
Teresa McAnly
"Christian Applachian Project"

September 26 - 7 p.m.
Pancake Breakfast Set up
First Baptist Church

September 27 - 7 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Pancake Breakfast
First Baptist Church

September 30
Glen Kleine
"President's Year In Review"


Richmond Kiwanis Club Participates in Safety City Ground Breaking

Following the ceremony five members of the Richmond Kiwanis Club posed with an architectural design of the Madison County Safety City. Included in the photo are (l. to r.) Danny Damrel, secretary; Dr. Robert Nayle; Brenda Blankenship, treasurer; Dr. Glen Kleine, president; and Dr. Larry Bobbert

One of the principal individuals involved in the design and approval of Safety City was Phillis Adams, Head Start Director for Kentucky River Foothills and the Children - Priority One Chairman for the Richmond Kiwanis Club. She took Maj. Kirby to an existing Safety City and planted the seed for its development. Behind Phillis is a billboard reading "Make Every Day Special for Children." Those signs around Madison County are another or her projects, and one that has the financial support of the Richmond Kiwanis Club.

A variety of agencies in Madison County were represented at the ground breaking for the Madison County Safety City project scheduled to be completed next June. Included in the group was the Madison County Judge Executive Kent Clark, and both the Berea and Richmond city majors. Dr. Glen Kleine, President of the Richmond Kiwanis Club, is seen wielding a shovel second from left.

Click here to learn more about the Madison County Safety City


FROM THE ARCHIVES

Kiwanis Magazine
March 1960

In California Past International President H. Park Arnold presents Bob Hope with a Crusade for Freedom Certificate of Appreciation. As a member of the Southern California Crusade committee, Park made the award in recognition of Bob's services to the Crusade, the private American organization that backs Radio Free Europe's broadcasts to 76 million people behind the Iron Curtain.


Events Celebrated in September

September 1-30

Baby Safety Month - The Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association Inc. (JPMA), a national trade organization of juvenile product manufacturers devoted to helping parents keep babies safe, is disseminating information to parents, grandparents and other child caregivers about baby safety. For a free brochure, enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope, indicate whether you would like this in English or Spanish, and send this to: ATTN: JPMA Safety Brochure, JPMA PR Dept, 17000 Commerce Parkway, Ste C, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054.

Children's Eye Health and Safety Month - Prevent Blindness America directs its educational efforts to common causes of eye injuries and common eye problems among children. Materials that can easily be posted or distributed to the community will be provided. For info: Prevent Blindness America, 500 E. Remington Road, Schaumburg, IL, 60173. Phone: 800-331-2020. Web site: www.Preventblindness.org.

Children's Good Manners Month - This is a national program of teachers and parents encouraging good manners in children. For info: "Dr. Manners," Fleming Allaire, PhD, 35 Eastfield St., Manchester, CT 06040. Phone: 860-643-0051.

Library Card Sign-Up Month - National effort to sign up every child for a library card. For info: American Library Association, Public Information Office, 50 #. Huron Street, Chicago, IL 60611. Phone: 312-280-5043. E-mail: 089@ala.org. Web site: www.ala.org.

National Humor in Business Month - Dedicated to creating awareness of the constructive and profitable ways that humor in business can contribute to organizational success. For info: Darren J. La Croix, The Humor Institute, PO Box 557, Auburn, MA 01501. Phone: 888-528-4451. Web site: www.humorinst.com.

National Piano Month - Recognizes America's most popular instrument and its more than 20 million players; also encourages piano study by people of all ages. For info: Donald W. Dillon, Executive Director, National Piano Foundation, 13140 Coit Road, Suite 320, LB 120, Dallas, TX 75240-5737. Phone: 972-233-9107. E-mail: don@dondillon.com. Web site: www.pianonet.com.

National Sewing Month - Celebrates the art, craft and hobby of sewing. The month-long celebration includes special sales, promotions and education programs directed at increased awareness for sewing. For info: Home Sewing Association, 1350 Broadway, Suite 1601, New York, NY 10018. Phone: 212-714-1633.

September 20

International Day of Prayer and Action for Habitat for Humanity ­ To further the goal of eliminating inadequate and poverty housing. For info: Habitat for Humanity, 121 Habitat Street, Americus, GA 31708-3498. Phone: 800-HABITAT or 912-924-6935. Web site: www.habitat.org.

September 22

Elephant Appreciation Day - Celebrate the earth's largest, most interesting and most noble endangered land animal. Free info kit from: Wayne Hepburn, Mission Media Inc., PO Box 50095, Sarasota, FL 34232. Phone: 941-365-7787. E-mail: elefunt@gte.net. Web site: www.himandus.net/elephanteria/index.html.

September 27

Kiwanis Kids Day - Annual observance by Kiwanis clubs to recognize today's children as tomorrow's citizens. For info: Kiwanis International. Web site: www.kiwanis.org.

Ancestor Appreciation Day - A day to learn about and appreciate one's forebears. For info: W. D. Chase, AAD Association, PO Box 3, Montague, MI 49437-0003.


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