July, 2008 Newsletter
held at noon on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Tuesdays and at
6 p.m. on the 2nd, and 4th Tuesdays of each month at the
Galaxy Bowling Conference Room, 1025 Amberley Way
Richmond, KY 40475-8847
(Off of I-75 Exit 87) in Richmond, KY.
July 1 - Noon
Ike Adams, Director of Development
Habitat for Humanity
July 8 - 6 p.m.
Annual Pot Luck Meal
Irvine McDowell Park Pavillion 345 Lancaster Ave.
Bring one item - Kiwanis club will provide plastic ware, paperware
Free performance of the Juggernaut Jug Band at 7 p.m.- same site
You may wish to bring comfortable lawn chairs
July 15 - Noon
Rhonda Weber from United Fund Community Outreach
To speak about the Dolly Parton, Imagination Library
July 22 - 6 p.m.
Mike McMahan, Madison County Partnership
Madison County Partnership is an organization that assists with
substance abuse and helps folks free their lives of drug and alcohol
July 29 - Noon
Vickie Moore, First United Methodist Church Back to School Bash
Vickie will share the effects and benefits as well as the target
children their program serves
Back to School Bash
August 3, 2008
2 to 4 p.m.
This is the 7th year that the First United Methodist
is privileged to be able to help under-resourced children Back
If youwould like to help provide a backpack, school
supplies, clothes, shoes and a Bible,
please make a donation to FUMC and designate your check "Back
If you would like to purchase school supplies, please
leave them in
the containers located on the 1st floor - rear entrance.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES NEEDED
24 Pack of crayons
#2 Yellow pencils
3 Ring binders
Box of black/ blue ballpoint pens
Free school clothing/shoes will be provided by
Hotdogs, chips, drinks and a BIBLE will be given
to each child.
We will also distribute coats or jeans (size 6-18).
If you would like to help distribute school supplies
Sunday, August 3rd from 2-4:00 pm,
Melissa Lindsey, 200-1829 or Vicki Moore, 623-3580
or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Children's Council Coordinators:
Ruth Sales, MelissaLindseyandDebbieGrafton
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Recieves $500 scholarship
Emily Borgmeier, the recipient of a $500 scholarship
from the Kiwanis Club of Richmond, addresses the Kiwanis Club
members about her future plans.
Emily Borgmeier is the recipient of a $500 scholarship
awarded by the Kiwanis Club of Richmond. Emily, a graduate of
Model School will be attending Western Kentucky University in
the Fall majoring in Marketing with an emphasis in Sales.
While at Model School Emily participated in Varsity Soccer,
Varsity Cheerleading, and Varsity Softball.
Emily was also involved in a variety of extra curricular activities.
She was the Yearbook Editor for two years, she was a member of
National Honor Society where she served as secretary during her
She was also a member of Pep Club all four years serving as
Treasurer, during her junior tear and as Vice President, during
her senior Year.
Emily servied as a volunteer at First Baptist Church for the
Emily currently works at Classy Chassy Car Wash & Schiller
Architectural Hardware in Lexington.
Emily has traveled to Europe with a small group from Model
School in the Summer of 2006 where she visited six different countries
in 17 days.
Emily and her mother attended the Kiwanis Club of Richmond
to receive her scholarship check and to address the club regarding
Kiwanis will also provide a $500 scholarship to a student at
Madison Central High School and the George Brown Key Club $500
scholarship to an outstanding Key Club member at Model High School.
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