November, 2007 Newsletter
- Noon - Galaxy Bowling Conference Room, 1025 Amberley Way
Richmond, KY 40475-8847 (Off of I-75 Exit 87) in Richmond, KY.
November 6 - Noon
Major Grady Pearson of the Salvation Army
Request for volunteers to be Bell Ringer @ Walmart.
Speaker Sponsor - Bob Lilly
November 12 - 5 p.m.
Madison County Extension Office - Duncannon Lane
November 13 - Noon
Robert Hudson and Larry Bailey
Future renovations at Pattie A. Clay Regional Medical Center
Speaker Sponsor - Bob Lilly
November 17 - 8 a.m. to Noon
Annual Pancake Breakfast
Baptist Student Center
November 20 - Noon
Madison County Jailer
November 27 - Noon
Brent Barton, Director of Madison Central High School Band
. Will talk about band and new uniforms.
Speaker Sponsor - Elizabeth Robinson
House for Sale
The Kiwanis Club of Richmond invested
in their first house of the 2007-2008 year as a fundraiser for
the club. This house is on Dee Dee Drive in the Hillcrest Subdivision
in Richmond, KY. The following photos were taken at the latest
Kiwanis work party on Saturday, Novembere 10.
John Reed, (right photo) is seen working on
the electrical system of the new Kiwanis home. This was part of
a Kiwanis workday on to upgrade the home.
David Harkleroad (left photo) is seen working
in the kitchen of the new house. Dr. Robert Nayle (right
photo) is working in the hallway of the residence that the Kiwanis
Club of Richmond has on the market.
Individuals interested in looking at the house for possible
purchase should contact Kiwanians Ray Desloover at 859-624-1010
or 859-624-1782 or by email at Ray@ColdwellBankerKy.com.
Dave Harkleroad, the immediate past president of the
Kiwanis Club of Richmond may also be contacted at 859-623-8385
or at 859-624-1782 or at 859-582-3607 or by email at DavidHarkleroad@ColdwellBankerKy.com.
Danny Damrel, the Kiwanis club Secretary may also be
contacted at 859-623-6795 or at 859-624-1782 or at 859-582-3029
(Cell). He may also be contacted by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Supports Hearing Equipment Request
Elizabeth Ward, a speech and hard of hearing teachers
in Madison County, Kentucky, gave a program to the Kiwanis Club
of Richmond on working with speech and hard of hearing students
in the Madison County School District.
Ward pointed out that hearing aids are inclined not only to
increase the sounds of the things students need to hear - but
also they also increase collateral sounds that compete with those
things students should be hearing.
As part of her presentation she requested the purchase and
donation of two Reliability Direct AR824 Multi-Range Sound Level
Meters which each speech and hard of hearing teachers in the
school district could use to help identify and reduce collateral
sounds as well as to demonstrate levels of sounds as part of
their classroom curriculum and in teacher in-service training.
The Board of Directors of the Kiwanis Club of Richmond agreed
to purchase one Sound Level Meter and the club also submitted
a grant proposal to the Kentucky-Tennessee Kiwanis Foundation
to purchase a similar item to fill their request. The K-T District
is committed to provide supporty for hearing impaired young children.
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