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Chartered: August 1, 1946. Florida District Division 5. Our 59th Year of Service. Jane Alvarez396-3373 Jay Ambler 270-0368 Doris Barnes 273-4982 Herman Bass246-7537 John Bates280-8358 Sevena Baum 249-5115 Charles Bender 223-0890

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Chartered august 1 1946

Chartered:

August 1, 1946

Florida District

Division 5

Our 59th Year of Service

Jane Alvarez396-3373

Jay Ambler 270-0368

Doris Barnes 273-4982

Herman Bass246-7537

John Bates280-8358

Sevena Baum 249-5115

Charles Bender 223-0890

Max Booke 223-2231

Ed Borders 241-5491

Janice Bounds 242-9290

Doug Bradshaw 945-9807

Howard Brown 249-5877

Brownie Brown249-0414

Bill Bull 241-0432

Ray Cerni246-0716

Barry Chandler 241-5634

Bob Cooper 241-0131

Dan Corritore403-5722

Gary Crumley247-8508

Beryl Dryden241-0888

Jim Dunford 249-3593

Bill Fogg 249-5129

Erica Godamunne821-9842

Bill Hutchinson 246-2853

Fred King 246-4168

Jenn King230-3806

Hank Knox 246-2225

Carl Krouch 249-8842

Dan Kuchta 241-4145

Don Lafond 382-1023

James Lane 285-7273

Jim Lee 247-3187

Fred Lyons 241-8333

Ralph Marcello 992-7221

Walter Mather 246-6745

John Meadows 285-5082

John Meighan247-9268

Bill Montgomery221-5527

Joe Overby 249-3513

Hugh Patterson 246-9262

Walt Pfeil 221-6810

Neil Powell343-3571

Lal Ramdeen 992-8275

Jerry Richey 223-1376

Leigh Roberts247-8929

Ed Robinson223-1591

Al Russ645-0688

Butch Shadwell223-4465

C.W. Stanford 249-9974

Don Stanton992-2123

Bill Thompson246-1442

Burt van Wagner246-7264

Carol Wallace992-8037

Bill Wilson249-8562

KIWANIS CLUB

OF

JACKSONVILLE BEACHES

Selva Marina Country Club

1600 Selva Marina

Atlantic Beach, FL 32233

June 22, 2006

President: Don Lafond

Committee Chairs

Club Bulletin

Community Service

Fund Raising

House

Human & Spiritual Values

Interclub

Membership/Education/Retention

New Projects

Program Coordinator

Public Relations

Young Children Priority One

Youth Services

Special Events

Auction

Golf Tournament

Military Recognition

Teacher Recognition Day

Rose Day Sale

Scholarships

Bev Shadwell

TBA

Ralph Marcello

John Meighan

Al Russ

Erica Godamunne

John Bates

Burt van Wagner

Max Booke

Gary Crumley

John Bates

Butch Shadwell

Erica Godamunne

Ed Robinson

John Meighan

Al Russ

Max Booke

Jim Dunford

God Bless America

WE ARE MEMBERS OF KIWANIS IN ORDER……..

2005-2006 Officers

President

Don Lafond

1st Vice President

Ed Robinson

2nd Vice President

Neil Powell

Treasurer

Ralph Marcello

Secretary

Leigh Roberts

Past President

Carl Krouch

Board of Directors

John Bates

Erica Godamunne

Fred King

James Lee

Butch Shadwell

Burt van Wagner

Florida District

Exec.. Director

George Langguth

  • 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.

International President

Stephen Siemens

District Communications Chair

Bob Jaffe

District Governor

Donna Batelaan

Lt. Governor

Division 5

Bill Montgomery

Editor- Beverly Shadwell Ph. 223-4465

www.beacheskiwanis.com

[email protected]


Chartered august 1 1946

LAST WEEK

UPCOMING EVENTS

INVOCATION

BOB COOK WILL BE MISSED

Past President in 1969 and 41 year member

SPEAKER – June 15th

Mark Your Calendars!

FLORIDA DISTRICT CONVENTION

August 24-27, 2006

Heavenly Father:

Fill us with your boundless love so that we may pass it on to others, especially to those most in need of compassion and understanding.

Remind us that an aim in life is the best fortune worth finding.

And now bless this food to our use and us to Your service. Amen

Our dear friend Bob Cook died 12 June 2006 of heart failure. He would have been 78 on July 20, 2006. I have met very few men in my life with his strength of character and devotion to God and his fellow man. In the forty years I have known them, Bob and his wife Peg had been prime examples in my life of what good people should be. I can only regret that more people could not have learned from his intelligence and insight. Bob did all he could and it is his time to rest now.

- Butch Shadwell

All new members, seasoned members, officers and Board members should plan to attend this annual event for Florida Kiwanians. For those who have been to past Florida conventions, you'll agree that these conventions include a lot of great workshops, speakers, and our election of October 1st District officers--and there is still time for fun, so bring your families.

Our club secretary will be getting info on the Convention frequently, and it will be in your Florida Kiwanis magazines--or go to www.Floridakiwanis.com

Bill Montgomery

From: “Invocations for Kiwanis Occasions” by James J. Muench

Some folks you think will always be there.  Ish Brant, Molly Holbert and now Bob Cook, it just points out that no body gets out of this life alive.  Lord willing, the sun will come up in the morning and the birds will all sing and life will seemingly go on.  But the truth is that there is now a void that will take more than four or five men and women to fill.  You don't replace Ish Brants and Bob Cooks and Miss Molly.  The Jacksonville Beach Club is great because of them and will continue to be a great club, because of them. - Sam Long

Reading to Head Start

Reading to Navy Childcare Center

Jacksonville Bch Elmntry Mentoring

Annual Children’s Book Gifts

Beaches Habitat

Scholarship Program (Feb)

Fletcher Scholar Program

Children’s Miracle Network

Jacksonville Science & Eng. Fair

Mission House

Beaches Aquatic Center Scholarships

Charity Golf Tournament

Mother’s Day Rose Sale (May)

Garage Sale

Sponsored Youth

Fletcher Key Club

UNF Circle K Club

Penman Road Clean Up

Sailor of the Quarter

Teacher of the Year Award

Thanksgiving Dinner for Seniors (Nov)

“Entertainment Book” Sale

Community Service

Lad Daniels

Jacksonville City Council Member

“TERRIFIC KIDS” PROGRAM

PROPOSED

The family was comforted by the large number of Kiwanians who attended the funeral.

GUESTS

Today, Some 800 Kiwanis Clubs sponsor the “Terrific Kids” Program in over 2000 schools, reaching nearly one million students. The goals of the program are motivation, encouragement, and recognition. Students are rewarded who strive to improve their behavior, peer relationships, attendance and academic performance. This program has reduced absenteeism, tardiness, and littering; and has improved student behavior, and self esteem.

Kevin Carlton hosted by Janice Bounds

Enith Vardaman hosted by Walter Mather

ANNIVERSARY

None

BIRTHDAY

None

DATE JOINED

Butch Shadwell 6/24/99

DIVISION 5 CLUBS

MondayJacksonville - Downtown - Hilton Hotel-1201 Riverplace Blvd., 12:30

Fernandina Beach - Municipal Golf Clubhouse, 6:30 PM

(Meets first, second & third Monday of each month)

Historic St. Augustine - The Village Inn, 900 Ponce de Leon Blvd (U.S. 1)

TuesdaySt. Augustine - Gypsy Cab Restaurant, 828 Anastasia Blvd., Noon (824-8244)

Deerwood - Steak & Ale, I-95 and Baymeadows Rd., Noon

WednesdayArlington - Jax. University - Bartlett Kinne University Center, 11:30

(Meets the first and third Wednesday of the month)

Thursday Jacksonville Beaches - Selva Marina, 1600 Selva Marina, Atlantic Bch, 12:15

Westside - Holiday Inn - I-295 & Commonwealth, 12:30C

Don Di Pietto & Julio Villegas hosted by Dan Corritorre

Richard Brand hosted by John Bates

"The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person doing it.“ Chinese Proverb.

Thanks for print services from

Don Lafond & Keller Williams Realty

Pictures provided by Butch Shadwell


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