Richmond Kiwanis Club

August, 2006 Newsletter

Meetings Tuesday - Noon - Banana's Restaurant


August 1 - Noon
Board Meeting

August 3-6
Kentucky Veterans Welcome Home Celebration
Battlefield Park, Richmond, KY
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August 8 - Noon
To be Announced
Speaker Sponsor -

Richmond Kiwanis Twilight Golf Scramble Tournament

August 11
Battlefield Golf Course - Richmond

Registration - 5:30 p.m.
Shot Gun Start - 6:00 p.m.
Dinner - 8:30 p.m. (Palmer House Deck)

Format: Mixed Scramble
Front Nine in the Dark - Flash Light Required

Entry Fee: $50 per Person / $200 per Team

Prizes Awarded for:
First and Second Place Finish
Longest Drive
Closest to the Pin
Longest Put

Hole Sponsorships Available for $100
Cart Sponsorships Available for $50

Contact:
Wayne Short at 624-6597 or 893-0624
Bob Nayle at 623-6256
Brenda Blankenship at 62402479 or 979-0581
or
Battlefield Golf Pro Shop at 624-8005

(Click here to see Photos of Past Richmond Kiwanis Golf Tournament)

Getting in the spirit of Battlefield Golf

See Richmond Kiwnais sponsored Battle of Richmond interpretive sign and mural at the clubhouse

August 15 - Noon
To be Announced
Speaker Sponsor -

August 22 - Noon
Howard Loveland, Director - Telford YMCA
Speaker Sponsor - Brenda Blankenship

August 29 - Noon
To be Announced
Speaker Sponsor -


Kiwanis Club of Richmond Holds Potluck and Attends Concert

The Kiwanis Club of Richmond held its first potluck and attended a free Juggernaut Jug Band performance in the Richmond City Park

Kiwanians in attendance were : Dr. and Mrs. Ken Clawson, Mr. and Mrs. Ray DeSloover, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Harkelroad, Dr. and Mrs. Glen Kleine, Mr. and Mrs. Ben McPherson , Adam Poff and friend, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rhodes, Elizabeth Robinson, Dr. and Mrs. Morris Taylor , Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Turpin, Robby Burgin, "Rachel" Wang Xiangyi and "Victoria" Li Xuan.

Click here for more on this event


August 1-31:

Admit You're Happy Month ­ Sponsored by the Secret Society of Happy People, this month encourages people to express happiness and discourages parade raining. For info: Pam Johnson, 972-471-1485; pjohnson@sohp.com; www.sohp.com.

Cataract Awareness Month ­ Cataracts are a common cause of poor vision, particularly for the elderly, but they are treatable. For info: American Academy of Ophthalmology, 415-561-8500; www.eyenet.org.

August 1-7:

Simplify Your Life Week ­ A week to encourage people to simplify their lives and reduce clutter, thereby reducing stress and acquiring a happier and more peaceful lifestyle. For information about this worldwide organization and 100 ways to simplify one's life, send $5 to cover printing, handling, and postage. For info: Stanley Drake, president, International Society of Friendship and Good Will, 8592 Roswell Rd., Ste 434, Atlanta, Georgia  30350-1870.

August 10-16:


National Resurrect Romance Week ­ Event focuses on celebrating creative, noncommercialized romance. Encourages men and women to find ways to be romantic every day this week by using their hearts and not their wallets. For info: Michael Webb, 888-476-6268 or 919-462-0900; chase@theromantic.com; www.TheRomantic.com.





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