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Jim Dunford

Jane Fairall

Debbie Johnson/Jay

Carl Krouch/Phyllis

James Lane/Marie

James Lee/Mary Ellen

Bill MacLeod/Mary Lou

Kevin Likens

Ralph Marcello/Carol

John Meadows/Leanne

Bill Montgomery/Lea

249-3593

446-4002

260-4939

249-8842

285-7273

382-9646

220-2355

571-2353

992-7221

285-5082

221-5527

Joe Overby/Jean

Hugh Patterson/Beth

Walt Pfeil/Marie

Neil Powell/Kristina

Paula Powell/John

Lal Ramdeen/Daphne

Ed Robinson/Myrle

Al Russ/Gerry

Butch Shadwell/Bev

Burt Van Wagner/Joan

249-3513

246-9262

221-6810

343-3571

899-6446

992-8275

223-1591

645-0688

410-9750

246-7264

Jay Ambler/Jane

Doris Barnes

Herman Bass

John Bates/Delores

Sevena Baum

Charles Bender/Wanda

Nancy Bernard

Max Booke/Marlette

Howard Brown/Hazel

Dan Corritore/Cindy

Gary Crumley

270-0368

891-4950

246-7537

280-8358

249-5115

223-0890

273-7571

223-2231

249-5877

403-5722

247-8508

August 6, 2009

CLUB MEMBERS

Florida District Division 5

KIWANIS CLUB

OF JACKSONVILLE BEACHES

63 Years Of Service

Chartered: August 1,1946

Be A Super Model

THE SIX OBJECTS

OF KIWANIS INTERNATIONAL

“SERVING THE CHILDREN OF THE WORLD”

  • 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.

Division 5 Clubs

2008-2009

Mon - JacksonvilleClub

Crown Plaza Hotel

1201 Riverplace Blvd, 12:30

http://kiwanisjax.com/- 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 (824-8244)

- Deerwood Club

Deercreek Country Club

Governor’s room, 7816 McLaurin Rd, 12:00

Wed -Arlington Club

Jacksonville University

Bartlett Kinne University Center 11:30

(1st & 3rd Wed)

Thurs- Jacksonville Beaches Club

Windsor Parke Golf Club

13823 Sutton Park Dr. North

- Historic St. AugustineClub

The Village Inn

900 Ponce de Leon Blvd (U.S. 1), 7 AM

-Westside Club - Holiday Inn

I-295& Commonwealth, 12:30

Committees Chairs

Club Administration

Community Service & CS Analysis

Finance and Fundraising

Human and Spiritual Values

Interclub

Membership Growth and Education

Newsletter Editor

Program Coordinator

Public Relations

Sponsored Youth

Webmaster

Young Children: Priority One

Special Events

Dictionary Project

Fletcher Scholar Recognition Breakfast

Football Festival

Golf Tournament

K-Kids at Mayport

Military Recognition

Peanut Sale

Rose Sale

Scholarships

Teacher Recognition Day

Thanksgiving Dinner For Seniors

Bill Montgomery

Doris Barnes

Neil Powell, James Lee, Debbie Johnson

Hugh Patterson

Al Russ

Neil Powell,, John Bates

Beverly Shadwell

Hugh Patterson, Doris Barnes

Hugh Patterson

Butch Shadwell

James Lee

Dan Corritore,

Doris Barnes

Butch Shadwell

Walt Pfeil, James Lee, Neil Powell

Carl Krouch, Ed Robinson, Lal Ramdeen, Paula Powell,

Bill MacLeod, John Bates

John Bates, Debbie Johnson, Walt Pfeil Ed Robinson

Carl Krouch

John Bates

Bill MacLeod, Max Booke, Lal Ramdeen, John Bates, Paula Powell

Butch Shadwell

Al Russ

Burt Van Wagner, John Bates

UPCOMING

PROGRAMS

TODAY’S MEETING

Greeters: Lal Ramdeen and Doris Barnes

Opening Ceremony : President James Lee

August 13

Organ Transplants

& Jaguars Speaker

August 20

Gee Alexander, Assistant Rector, All Saints Episcopal Church

August 27

TBA

September 3

Nihoul Kou,

Sudanese political refugee, spokesperson for World Relief.

Announcements : President James Lee

Happy $$:

Prayer : Al Russ

Guest Introduction : Paula Powell

Speaker Introduction : Lal Ramdeen

2008-2009 Officers

President

James Lee

1st Vice President

Doris Barnes

2nd Vice President

Hugh Patterson

Treasurer/Asst. Treasurer

Ralph Marcello/Walt Pfeil

Secretary

Jay Ambler

Past President

Neil Powell

Board of Directors

Debbie Johnson

Carl Krouch

Paula Powell

John Bates

Charlie Bender

District

Exec. Director

George Langguth

Bob Kershner and Larry Smith

Retirement -

Overview of Financial Independence

in Today's Environment

District Club Newsletters Chair

Bradley K. Davis

International President

Don Canaday

Lt. Governor

Division 5

Brad Davis

District Governor

Dave Liddell

50/50 Fundraiser Drawing

Joke

Closing

“Reach Out & Reach Up”


July 23th - LAST WEEK’S HIGHLIGHTS

Make a difference. Change the world one child and one community at a time.

INVOCATION

MCPO John Duffy

USN, Naval Science Instructor,

NJROTC

Jacksonville Kiwanis are teaming up to fund a 3-day field trip for Sri Lanka children who survived the 2004 tsunami that devastated coastal areas of Sri Lanka.

Deerwood Kiwanis Club members have pledged $200 and are challenging other local Kiwanis Clubs and individuals to step up to the plate and pledge so these unfortunate children in Sri Lanka can broaden their vision of the world around them. Kiwanis and other clubs interested in joining in this international service project are invited to contact Deerwood Kiwanis Club President Paul Halter at (904) 349-1200 or call Patrick Harrigan at (904) 403-9523. For more details visit the Visions of Hope Project web site at www.navashakti.org.

Heavenly Father,

As we gather here for fellowship and food, remind us that we have a common purpose: to build a better world. Let us, therefore, count our blessings and work toward alleviating the suffering of others.

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

Thank you, John for your informative presentation.

SPEAKER

Bill Montgomery spoke about the upcoming DCM.

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

Prayer Volunteer List: Doris Barnes, Dan Corritore, Debbie Johnson, Carl Krouch, Hugh Patterson, Walt Pfeil, Paula Powell, Al Russ, Butch Shadwell, Bill Montgomery

UPCOMING EVENTS

New incoming member

Tom DiVita

Skeeter Key, incoming

Lt. Gov for Division 5

John Bates

Aug 27-30 - Florida District Annual Convention,

Orlando, Rosen Centre Hotel

Sept 17 - Officer Installation Banquet,

6pm Social, 7pm dinner

DIVISION COUNCIL MEETING - Crab Cake Factory, July 28, 2009

We had a very successful DCM, with one of the biggest turnouts in some time.

Brad Davis(left) gave his farewell message as Lt. Gov. of Division 5.

The new Twinning project was discussed, which involves developing relationships with clubs in other countries.

KIWANIS EDUCATION SPOT

Kiwanis continues its service emphasis of “Young Children: Priority One,” which focuses on the special needs of children from prenatal development to age 5. In a typical year, “Young Children: Priority One” service projects involve more than US$14 million and 1 million volunteer hours.

MEETING ASSIGNMENTS

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY!

(BELATED)

Lal and Daphne 8/3

Dan and Cindy Corritore 8/5

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

(BELATED)

John Meadows 8/1

Visit Kiwanis Websites:www.beacheskiwanis.com www.floridakiwanis.com www.kiwanis.org

Mailing Address: Kiwanis of Jacksonville Beaches

PO Box 50504 Jacksonville Bch, FL 32240

For Past Newsletters - www.beacheskiwanis.com/downloads.html

Newsletter Editor: [email protected]

Newsletter Printing: Neil Powell, Morgan Stanley Co.

Photos: Butch Shadwell

Program Chairs:

Aug 6 & 13/Lal Ramdeen, Aug 20/Al Russ, Sept/Doris Barnes, Oct/Debbie Johnson


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