Presentation on theme: "Bill Montgomery Beverly Shadwell Corky Borders Neil Powell Hugh Patterson Al Russ Dick Brand Doris Barnes Butch Shadwell James Lee Dan Corritore Butch."— Presentation transcript:
Bill Montgomery Beverly Shadwell Corky Borders Neil Powell Hugh Patterson Al Russ Dick Brand Doris Barnes Butch Shadwell James Lee Dan Corritore Butch Shadwell Ed Robinson, Lal Ramdeen John Meighan, Carl Krouch Max Booke, Lal Ramdeen, Jay Ambler Butch Shadwell Beryl Dryden, Al Russ January 17, 2008 President: Neil Powell WE ARE MEMBERS OF KIWANIS IN ORDER…….. “SERVING THE CHILDREN OF THE WORLD” DIVISION 5 CLUBS Mon - Jacksonville Club Crown Plaza Hotel 1201 Riverplace Blvd, 12:30 - Fernandina Beach Club Municipal Golf Clubhouse 6:30 PM (1st,2nd & 3rd Mon) Tues - St. Augustine Club Carrabba’s Italian Grill SR 312 & US 1, Noon ( ) Wed - Arlington Club Jacksonville University Bartlett Kinne University Center 11:30 (1st & 3rd Wed) - Deerwood Club - Holiday Inn I-95 & Baymeadows Rd, Board Rm, 12:00 Thurs- Jacksonville Beaches Club Selva Marina 1600 Selva Marina, Atlantic Bch, 12:00 - Historic St. Augustine Club The Village Inn 900 Ponce de Leon Blvd (U.S. 1), 7 AM - Westside Club - Holiday Inn I-295 & Commonwealth, 12: Officers President Neil Powell 1st Vice President James Lee 2nd Vice President Doris Barnes Treasurer Ralph Marcello Secretary Jay Ambler Past President Ed Robinson District Exec. Director George Langguth Board of Directors Lal Ramdeen Dan Corritore Dan Kuchta Dick Brand Walt Pfeil Carol Wallace District Club Newsletters Chair Maggie Gunther International President Dave Curry Lt. Governor Division 5 Bert Wasmund District Governor Mark C. Taylor Editor/Printing - Beverly Shadwell Ph MEMBERS OF OUR CLUB Gabriella Donivan Beryl Dryden Jim Dunford Erica Godamunne/ Senaca George Goodloe/ Kitty Kitty Goodloe/ George Alex Himmelberg Carl Krouch/ Phyllis Dan Kuchta/ Tillie James Lane/ Marie James Lee/ Mary Ellen Fred Lyons Ralph Marcello/ Carol Walter Mather John Meadows/ Leanne John Meighan Bill Montgomery/Lea Division Clubs Jay Ambler/ Jane Doris Barnes Herman Bass/ Alice John Bates/ Delores Sevena Baum Charles Bender/ Wanda Max Booke/ Marlette Ed Borders/ Nancy Doug Bradshaw/ Connie Dick Brand/ Paula Howard Brown/ Hazel Brownie Brown/ Marilee Bill Bull/ Jane Barry Chandler/ Bev Bob Cooper/ Margie Dan Corritore/ Cindy Gary Crumley To give primacy to the human & spiritual rather than the material values of life. To encourage the daily living of the Golden Rule in all human relationships. To promote the adoption & the application of higher social, business, & professional standards. To develop, by precept and example, a more intelligent, aggressive, & serviceable citizenship. To provide, through Kiwanis Clubs, a practical means to form enduring friendships, to render altruistic service, & to build better communities. To cooperate in creating & maintaining that sound public opinion & high idealism which make possible the increase of righteousness, justice, patriotism, & goodwill. Florida District Division 5 Selva Marina Country Club 1600 Selva Marina Atlantic Beach, FL Our 61 st Year of Service Our 61 st Year of Service Chartered: August 1, 1946 KIWANIS CLUB OF JACKSONVILLE BEACHES Joe Overby/ Jean Hugh Patterson/ Beth Walt Pfeil/ Marie Neil Powell/ Kristina Lal Ramdeen/ Daphne Jerry Richey/ Vicki Ed Robinson/ Myrle Al Russ/ Gerry Harry Schnabel Butch Shadwell/ Bev Don Stanton/ Marian Bill Thompson Burt van Wagner/ Joan Carol Wallace/ Manny Manny Wallace/ Carol Bill Wilson/ Jan Thursday 12:00 Jan 17Jan 24Jan 31Feb 7 Greeters (11:45 AM) James Lee Ralph Marcello Bill Montgomery Joe Overby Lal Ramdeen Harry Schnabel Burt Van Wagner John Bates Guest Intro Lal Ramdeen Gabriella Donivan Walt PfeilAlex Himmelberg Speaker Intro John Bates Jay Ambler Program Amy Snowden Oceanside & Marshall Gallop Mortgages Wells Fargo Reverse Mortgages Dr. Wehle Mayo Clinic Urology Dept. John Delaney President of UNF Dr. Robbie Smith Karen Hensel Up Close & Personal Happy Bucks Ralph Marcello Erica Godamunne Upcoming Events Board Meeting Feb 4 th Fleet Landing Committees Chairs Club Administration Club Newsletter Editor Community Service Finance & Fundraising Human & Spiritual Values Interclub Membership Growth & Education Program Coordinator Public Relations Sponsored Youth Webmaster Young Children: Priority One Special Events Fletcher Scholar Recognition Breakfast Golf Tournament Military Recognition Rose Sale Scholarships Teacher Recognition Day Peanut Sale Jan 26th Safe Harbor Boys Home
CONGRATULATIONS MAX! P lease go ahead, and put this on your calendar! I would love to have all of you there. Please RSVP to me if you can make it. Also, if you recruit a new member in between now and then, please tell them to put this on their calendar. I am going to encourage all new members to attend...also, you may want to bring folks who are only prospective members as well (maybe we can work something out so that we can sponsor our new members for this event). Thanks for your time, Neil Jan 26 - Division 5 Annual Peanut Day Sale Feb 7 - Special Guest Day Feb 7 - Division 5 Council Meeting Hosted by Deerwood Kiwanis Club Feb 22 - Garage Sale Set Up Feb 23 - Garage Sale June – Kiwanis International Convention, Orlando, Florida Mailing Address: Kiwanis of Jacksonville Beaches PO Box Jacksonville Bch, FL Visit Kiwanis Websites: Heavenly Father: Help us to realize that when we think we give more than we get, often we really get more than we give. May our faith in God cause us to do more than just care, but may we also share what we have with those in need. Our depth of giving should be unlimited. And now bless this food to our use and us to Your service. Amen For Past Newsletters - From: “Invocations for Kiwanis Occasions” by James J. Muench INVOCATION MARK YOUR CALENDARS! Photos by Butch Shadwell Lea’s Place Lea’s Place is a volunteer center where The Dept. Of Children & Families take children who have been removed from abusive/neglectful situations or have been abandoned. They are now collecting old & new backpacks, nonperishable food, clothing, small toys, shoes, car seats, hygiene products, and gift certificates to Walmart, Target, and fast food restaurants. Amanda Ludy, President of the UNF Circle K club spoke to us about their upcoming “Backpack Drive” in the spring semester for Lea’s Place. They are now collecting old & new backpacks, nonperishable food, clothing, small toys, shoes, car seats, hygiene products, and gift certificates to Walmart, Target, and fast food restaurants. Please bring your donated items each week to the meetings. Butch Shadwell is in charge of collection. Lea’s Place Volunteer Program is in need of volunteers to sit with detained children, supervise court ordered family visits, provide office support, and assist private investigators. Contact Katy Suber at LAST WEEK – January 10 TH HAPPY BIRTHDAY, KIWANIS KIIWANIS KIIWANIS PEANUT DAY SALE Volunteers, please meet at the Atlantic Beach Publix on Saturday, January 26 th, at your selected times. J anuary 21, 2008 marks the 93 rd Anniversary of Kiwanis International. Sides: Sweet Potatoes Cornbread stuffing Vegetable Blend Desserts: Apple Pie Pumpkin Pie Pecan Pie Rolls, Iced Tea, Coffee and Water Green Bean Casserole Cranberry Relish Creamed Corn Succcotash DIVISION 5 COUNCIL MEETING C aptain Streeter retired from the Navy in He is actively involved with the Navy League, currently on the Mayport Council Board of Directors. He is the Commander General Elect of the Naval Order of the United States. He is also the National Chairman for the Naval Order of the Navy D-Day Monument Project. He belongs to the Naval Academy Alumni Association and the Military Officers Association of America. Captain Gregory F. Streeter, USN (Ret) Honoring Our Navy At Normandy T he total cost to manufacture, transport, and dedicate the Monument is estimated at $500,000. The Monument will be entirely privately funded with no government involvement. For information on how you can contribute to the U.S. Navy D-Day Project please contact Captain Greg Streeter, USN (Ret); Phone or Information is also available on the Naval Order Web Site (Model by sculptor Stephen Spears of Fairhope, Alabama) T he US Navy is the only military service that does not have a Memorial to the thousands of US sailors that participated, and the many who made the supreme sacrifice, in the liberation of Europe. The Naval Order of the United States is leading the drive to erect a Monument to the U.S. Navy at 'Utah Beach' in Normandy, France commemorating the Navy's participation in the greatest amphibious invasion in history. (June 6, 1944) The goal is to dedicate this Monument on September 27, THANK YOU GUEST SPEAKER TAX DEDUCTIBLE CONTRIBUTIONS I n case you hadn’t heard, Max Booke has been selected as Cypress Village Resident of the Year. It’s clear his energetic volunteerism goes way beyond Kiwanis. PENMAN ROAD CLEAN UP Saturday, January 12th HAPPY ANNIVERSARY Burt and Joan Van Wagner 1/20 Date: Thursday February 7, 2008 Place: Holiday Inn, 9150 Baymeadows road at I-95 in South Jacksonville. Hosted by Deerwood Kiwanis Club Time: 5:30 p.m. Registration – Social, Dinner 6:30 p.m. RSVP by Feb 1 at 5:00 p.m. (We must have a firm reservation as we don’t want the division stuck with the cost of uneaten meals or not enough food) 50/50 drawing Price- $25 per person Buffet Dinner: (Yum) 2 Entrees and 2 Sides Garden Salad Main Course: Sliced Turkey & Baked Ham Thank you to those who have donated items to Lea’s Place. James Lee hosted his father-in-law, Frank Young. T hank you volunteers! George Goodloe, Jay Ambler, Gabriella Donivan, and Butch Shadwell(taking picture) Carl Krouch hosted Chuck Carrol. Dan Kuchta hosted Mr. Alexander. GOOD WORK! Bob Averil, came with the speaker to help run the visual aids. WELCOME GUESTS!