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Chartered: August 1, 1946. Florida District Division 5. Our 60 th Year of Service. Jay Ambler 270-0368 Doris Barnes 891-4950 Herman Bass 246-7537 John Bates 280-8358 Sevena Baum 249-5115 Charles Bender 223-0890 Max Booke 223-2231

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Beryl dryden 241 0888 jim dunford 249 3593 bill fogg 249 5129 erica godamunne 821 9842


August 1, 1946

Florida District

Division 5

Our 60th Year of Service

Jay Ambler 270-0368

Doris Barnes 891-4950

Herman Bass 246-7537

John Bates 280-8358

Sevena Baum 249-5115

Charles Bender 223-0890

Max Booke 223-2231

Ed Borders 241-5491

Janice Bounds 242-9290

Doug Bradshaw 945-9807

Dick Brand 280-2628

Howard Brown 249-5877

Brownie Brown 249-0414

Bill Bull 241-0432

Barry Chandler 241-5634

Bob Cooper 241-0131

Dan Corritore 403-5722

Gary Crumley 247-8508

Beryl Dryden 241-0888

Jim Dunford 249-3593

Bill Fogg 249-5129

Erica Godamunne 821-9842

Bill Hutchinson 246-2853

Jenn King 230-3806

Hank Knox 246-2225

Carl Krouch 249-8842

Dan Kuchta 241-4145

Don Lafond 382-1023

James Lane 285-7273

Jim Lee 249-4292

Fred Lyons 241-8333

Ralph Marcello 992-7221

Walter Mather 246-6745

John Meadows 285-5082

John Meighan 247-9268

Bill Montgomery 221-5527

Joe Overby 249-3513

Hugh Patterson 246-9262

Walt Pfeil 221-6810

Neil Powell 343-3571

Lal Ramdeen 992-8275

Jerry Richey 223-1376

Leigh Roberts 247-8929

Ed Robinson 223-1591

Al Russ 645-0688

Butch Shadwell 223-4465

C.W. Stanford 249-9974

Don Stanton 992-2123

Bill Thompson 246-1442

Burt van Wagner 246-7264

Carol Wallace 992-8037

Bill Wilson 249-8562




Selva Marina Country Club

1600 Selva Marina

Atlantic Beach, FL 32233

November 9, 2006

President: Ed Robinson


Club Bulletin Editor

Community Service

Human & Spiritual Values


Jax Beach Elementary Mentoring


New Projects

Program Coordinator

Public Relations

Sponsored Youth

Terrific Kids


Young Children Priority One

Special Events

Fletcher Parent

Recognition Breakfast

Golf Tournament

May Pancake Day

Military Recognition

Rose Sale


Teacher Recognition Day

Bev Shadwell

Charles Bender, Erica Godumunne

Sevena Baum, Al Russ

Bill Montgomery, Don Lafond

Doris Barnes

Carl Krouch, John Bates

Dan Kuchta, Burt Van Wagner

Al Russ, Janice Bounds

Jim Lee, Walt Pfeil

Butch Shadwell, Dan Corritore

Jay Ambler, Dick Brand,

Jim Lee

John Meighan, Gary Crumley,

Burt VanWagner, Butch Shadwell

Ed Robinson. Lal Ramdeen

Neil Powell, Doris Barnes

John Meighan, Carl Krouch

Max Booke, Lal Ramdeen, Jay Ambler

Butch Shadwell

Beryl Dryden, Al Russ

God Bless America



2006-2007 Officers


Ed Robinson

1st Vice President

Neil Powell

2nd Vice President

Burt Van Wagner


Ralph Marcello


Leigh Roberts

Past President

Don Lafond

Board of Directors

Doris Barnes

John Bates

Dan Kuchta

James Lee

Walt Pfeil

Butch Shadwell

District Exec.. Director/Secretary

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


  • 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.

Club Newsletters Chair

William F. Taylor

International President

Nelson Tucker

Lt. Governor

Division 5

Rande Le Fevre

District Governor

Phil Yorston

Editor- Beverly Shadwell Ph. 223-4465

Beryl dryden 241 0888 jim dunford 249 3593 bill fogg 249 5129 erica godamunne 821 9842

Thanks for print services from

Don Lafond

& Keller Williams Realty







Date:  Tuesday, November 28th.

Your Host: The Downtown Jacksonville Club

The location: Deercreek Country Club

Social Hour: 6pm-7pm

Dinner & Activities: 7pm-8:15pm

Your cost: ONLY $12 per person

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

Remaining District Council Meeting Dates in ‘07

Friday, Feb 16 - Official Gov's visit.  Hosted by the Westside Kiwanis Club

Thursday, May 17  - Hosted by the Fernandina Beach Kiwanis Club

Thursday, Aug. 2  - Host club - TBD

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

Excerpt from President Richard Hedges’ message in the Historic St. Aug Kiwanis Club’s Oct. 26th newsletter.

Other important '07 dates to plan for:

Saturday, Jan. 13 - Divisionwide "P-Nut Day Sale"

Saturday, Jan. 20 - Districtwide "Kiwanis Education Day"

Saturday, April 1 - Mid-Winter Conference in Lake City

July 5-8 - International Convention in San Antonio, Tx

Aug. 23-25 - Florida District Convention in Marco Island, FL

“Each one of us is a member of the club, and some of us have been thrust into a leadership position. That fact does not mean that we have all the ideas, or that we will do all the work.

Each one of you has ideas that could make this club function better. All I ask is that you open your mouth and let us hear your idea. Maybe you aren’t sure about something the club does or is thinking about doing. Don’t sit around and get run over by the bus, open your mouth and ask questions. The way this should work, and this goes for any club, is that each person serves on a committee and gives his or her input to the chairman. The committee then agrees on a direction for the committee to go, and the chairman comes to the Board and presents that decision. The Board has the final word on the subject, but that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t put forth your idea because it might get shot down later. Many ideas get shot down the first time out of the gate. Good ideas have a way of getting back to the front of the line and making it at a later date.

Once again, I’m only asking that you give it a try. This club works best when we focus on projects that are good for the community.”


The Deerwood Kiwanis Club will be moving to it's new location effective with their November 8th meeting - Holiday Inn at 9150 Baymeadows Rd. (I-95 & Baymeadows Rd.) The time and meeting day remain the same. President Susy Turney and her group have some great speakers lined up.  Check out their schedule for November. Nov. 1 - Jim Mittlestadt, Master Story Teller,

Nov. 8 -  TBA  Nov. 15 - Dena Howard- Senior Care, Nov. 22 - No meeting  Nov. 29 - DuVal Malone - Pine Castle

How about we all put one of them down on our calendars and make it an interclub!  The meal cost is coming down too-- To $12.50. Call either Pres' Susy at 470-0010 (w) or Secy/Treas.' Pete at 470-0010x10 and let them know when you're coming!  

Butch Shadwell attended.


Lt Govenor Rande Le Fevre

Readers at Navy Child Development Ctr. 10/31

John Meighan     

Jay Ambler

All of the Entertainment Books have been sold! Thanks to the club for making this a successful project.

Hugh Patterson

ANNIVERSARY Jerry & Vicki Richey 11/9


Fred Lyons 11/15


SPEAKER - Nov 2nd

Before you criticize someone, you should walk a mile in his shoes. That way, when you criticize him, you're a mile away, AND you have his shoes.


MondayJacksonville - Downtown – Crown Plaza Hotel-1201 Riverplace Blvd., 12:30

Fernandina Beach - Municipal Golf Clubhouse, 6:30 PM(Meets 1st ,2nd & 3rd Monday)

Historic St. Augustine - The Village Inn, 900 Ponce de Leon Blvd (U.S. 1), 7 AM

TuesdayFletcher Key Club – Fletcher High School, Room P-9e, 2:30 (Meets every Tuesday)

St. Augustine – Carrabba’s Italian Grill, SR 312 & US 1., Noon (824-8244)

WednesdayArlington - Jax. University - Bartlett Kinne University Center, 11:30 (Meets the1st & 3rd Wednesday)

Deerwood - Holiday Inn, I-95 & Baymeadows Rd, Noon (363-2254)

Thursday Jacksonville Beaches - Selva Marina, 1600 Selva Marina, Atlantic Bch, 12:00

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

Marilyn Thomlinson


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Pictures by Butch Shadwell