NEW ENGLAND DISTRICT KIWANIS FAMILY UPDATES MIDGE K. LUBOT September 14, 2012 Please send all announcements to by Thursday. AllMessage 1 of 271 , Sep 13, 2012View SourceNEW ENGLAND DISTRICTKIWANIS FAMILY UPDATESMIDGE K. LUBOTSeptember 14, 2012Please send all announcements to <events@...> by Thursday. All new announcements will be shown in blue each week, the announcements in green are for the District or Int’l. Events, the announcements in orange are for the Key Club, turquoise is for Circle K, purple is for the Builders Club, pink for the K-Kids and the announcements in maroon are for the Aktion Clubs.PLEASE SEND YOUR ANNOUNCEMENTS TO <events@...>THANK YOU!§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§NEW ENGLAND DISTRICT OF KIWANISBest Man Tom’s Service Project2011-2012 SERVICE LEADERSHIP GRANTGrants (up to $200) are made possible from the “sale” of lobster pins and pendants. All proceeds will go toward start up funds for a service project organized by any of the Service Leadership Programs (Aktion Club, Circle K, Key Club, Builders Club, K-Kids) sponsored within New England and Bermuda.Club Name: ________________________________________________Address: __________________________________________________Submitted by: (contact info) ___________________________________Sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of: ______________________________Project Name: ______________________________________________Project Description: (What is the purpose of the project? How will this project directly affect children within your community?)Anticipated Project Costs: (Please list projected costs and any other assistance you will receive to help you with this project)Amount requested:As part of this grant, the Club will be asked to send to the District a follow up report on how the project turned out. It is possible that some clubs will be asked to attend a conference in the spring to share the success of their project.Send form request to:Ed Murphy, SLP Team LeaderMeriden, CTOr by email: <nedkptreas@...>§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§§SEPTEMBER 15, 2012
Wanda Baril’s Message:
It is critically important that Club Presidents and Secretaries for the 2012-2013 and also incoming officers for 2013-2014 attend Leadership Education. Kiwanis International and the New England District will need to know the officers who have had training before October 1ST and shortly after. This will be important for a Club to qualify for Distinguished. There are other criteria as well.
An Education session is scheduled for Saturday, September 15, 2012 at the Aldrich Public Library in Barre Vermont. The session will begin promptly at 9:00 am and will end between 1:30 and 2:00 pm. No lunch will be served, but you are welcome to bring a snack and your drink.
Past Governor Ron Sanville and myself will be leading this session. We hope that all Clubs in Division 9 will be attending.
If you prefer, Club officers can go to KiwanisOne Website and take the course there or contact me for individual training. If another location is better for Clubs who are unable to attend this session please let me know and we will contact you to arrange another session.
Please let me know of your attendance plans at <Wbaril19@...>. For those of you listed above who are past Club officers, please be sure to pass this along to the present officers.
For those of you coming from the South and from the North the best way to get to the Library is:
Exit 7 from Interstate 89. Take the exit ramp into Barre (a long ramp). When reaching the major traffic intersection in Barre (after crossing the railroad tracks) continue straight through this intersection and take your right at the next light onto Summer Street. Stay on Summer Street until you reach the next intersection with a traffic light. Turn right onto Elm Street. The Library will be on your left on the corner of Elm Street and Jefferson Street. There is parking on Jefferson Street or in a parking lot behind the Library. The Elks Club will be on your left as you turn into Jefferson Street. You will notice that Main Street in Barre is under heavy construction. Summer Street runs parallel to Main Street which avoids the construction.
For those of you coming into Barre on Route 14 from East Montpelier, pass Hope Cemetery down Maple Avenue into Barre. Take a left onto Summer Street at the traffic light at the detour sign and follow the directions above.The City of Keene (NH) is dedicating a new bicycle overpass bridge on Saturday, September 15th at noon. The Kiwanis Club of Keene will be helping organize the kid’s bike parade. If you have a young child who would enjoy coming to a great family event with bands and excitement, bring them and their bike to the old Sears Parking lot near the intersection of the Route 9/10/12 overpass and West Street in Keene. There will be lots of excitement for the kids. For more information contact Mike Ward at mward@....The Bangor Breakfast Club of Kiwanis (ME) will hold their Annual Yard Sale in Geaghan’s Parking lot.September 16, 2012Vendors and crafters are sought for the nonprofit Kiwanis Club of Newington’s (CT) Big K Flea Market which reopens Sunday, August 26 for a run of ten Sundays, continuing all through September and October weather permitting.Admission is $1. Vendor spaces are $15.Open every Sunday from 8 AM to 2 PM in Newington's Market Square Free Parking Lot.Entrance at 39 E. Cedar St. (CT Route 175).Every Sunday brings throngs of shoppers and a new treasure trove of household, personal, musical, electronics and other wares at rock bottom prices. Tempting aromas from food vendors pervade the scene; also interesting sightseeing Kiwanis President Bob Seiler sticks to his claim that this is the greatest $1 sightseeing value in Connecticut.For some it has become an after-church weekly recreation stroll.College students frequently find useful bargains to furnish their dorms.Many people bring their tag sales here not only to reach throngs of shoppers but also to save advertising money and especially to avoid shady strangers coming to their homes.Business people find it an economical place to feature their goods and services. A special treat will be a live Amateur Radio Station broadcasting on the air from the Flea Market, together with a delegation from the Newington Amateur Radio League with information on how to become a licensed Amateur Radio operator.Parking is free.Rest rooms are on site.More information is available at <bigkfleamarket@...> or phone 860-667-2864, also 860-839-1597.September 22, 2012The Kiwanis Club of St. Johnsbury (VT) will hold their Installation and Awards Night at the St. Johnsbury VFW, 204 Eastern Ave, St. Johnsbury. A short cocktail (1/2 hour) will start at 5:00. The meal will be either a roasted turkey dinner or baked lasagna dinner. Fee for the meal will be $20.00. Please RSVP Robin <k.clubrobin2009@...> by September 14.Looking for a great bargain? Then come to the Kiwanis Club of Keene’s annual Tag Sale on Saturday, September 22nd from 9 am to 1 pm at the large NGM parking lot on Gilbo Avenue in downtown Keene, NH. We will be offering a wide range of items at rock bottom prices. For more information contact Mike Ward at mward@....Kiwanis club of Hooksett (NH)Date: September 22, 2012Location: START: Pond Trail Start (Hooksett) (Post Road / Across from Green’s Marine)FINISH: Town LibraryBefore Race Day: shirts and late registration will take place at the Hooksett Library at the following times: Thursday, 9/20/12 4:00-7:00 PM and Friday, 9/21/12 4:00-7:00 PMRace Day: 7:00 am to 8:00 am registration8:00 am to 8:25 am Runners / Walkers Marshaled into start position8:30 am Official Starting Time9:15 am to 9:30 am Anticipated First Finishers At the Hooksett LibraryPress Events: Ceremony Dignitaries (8:20 to 8:30 am)Finish Line / Award Ceremony: (9:30 am ~ 10:00 am)This is a Charity Event:In keeping with the Kiwanis mission of serving the community, proceeds from this event will go to the Hooksett Kiwanis to support activities & events sustained by HooksettKiwanis including $14,000+ provided to Manchester Central High School's Key Club, Hooksett Cawley and Manchester Hillside School's Builders Clubs; grant match of $40,000 to complete the Heads Pond Rail Trail; various youth sports teams, events and playgrounds; Kids Kloset, which organizes the donation of gently used clothing for children;Hooksett Food Pantry, where roughly $100,000 in food is given out annually; & various community outreach and needs.Link to Register: http://www.active.com/event_detail.cfm?event_id=2042434September 22-23, 2012The Kiwanis Club of Fairfield (CT) sponsors their 21st Annual Fall Juried Arts & Crafts Fair, on the Historic Town Hall Green at 611 Old Post Road, Fairfield, CT. Hours are 10 am to 4:30 pm both days. No admission for attendance. Besides over 50 crafters selling original handmade work, our Kiwanis club provides food for sale at our Food tent, homemade baked goods for sale at our Bake Tent, Hardy Mums for sale, Fresh Popcorn for sale, a Crafter’s Raffle and face painting for the kids, provided by our local Key Clubs. Again this year, there will be live music during the lunch hours. Crafter applications are available online, at <www.fairfieldkiwanis.org>.September 23, 2012Vendors and crafters are sought for the nonprofit Kiwanis Club of Newington’s (CT) Big K Flea Market which reopens Sunday, August 26 for a run of ten Sundays, continuing all through September and October weather permitting.Admission is $1. Vendor spaces are $15.Open every Sunday from 8 AM to 2 PM in Newington's Market Square Free Parking Lot.Entrance at 39 E. Cedar St. (CT Route 175).Every Sunday brings throngs of shoppers and a new treasure trove of household, personal, musical, electronics and other wares at rock bottom prices. Tempting aromas from food vendors pervade the scene; also interesting sightseeing Kiwanis President Bob Seiler sticks to his claim that this is the greatest $1 sightseeing value in Connecticut.For some it has become an after-church weekly recreation stroll.College students frequently find useful bargains to furnish their dorms.Many people bring their tag sales here not only to reach throngs of shoppers but also to save advertising money and especially to avoid shady strangers coming to their homes.Business people find it an economical place to feature their goods and services. A special treat will be a live Amateur Radio Station broadcasting on the air from the Flea Market, together with a delegation from the Newington Amateur Radio League with information on how to become a licensed Amateur Radio operator.Parking is free.Rest rooms are on site.More information is available at <bigkfleamarket@...> or phone 860-667-2864, also 860-839-1597.September 25, 2012The Kiwanis Club of West Hartford (CT) will hold its installation dinner on Tuesday, September 25TH at 6:30 p.m. at O'Porto Restaurant, 2074 Park Street, Hartford, CT. You will have a choice of the following dinner items, selections to be made when you arrive:Appetizers: Salad, Soup, Shrimp Cocktail or Folhados Rechados (a spring roll stuffed with crab with a tomato broth)Main Meal: Sole, Chicken or Beef with shrimpDesserts: Pudim Flan, Arroz Doce (Rice pudding) or Mousse de chocolateTea /coffeeCash barThe price for dinner is $40 per person due the day of the dinner, cash or check. RSVP by September 21 to Betsy Denorfia. email - <EDenorfia@...>.KIWANIS CLUB OF BERLIN, NEW HAMPSHIREPO Box 72. Berlin. NH 03570You are cordially invited to celebrate our85th Anniversary Celebration&Installation of Officers and DirectorsThe White Mountain ChaletEast Milan Road, Berlin, NHTuesday, September 25th,2012Cocktail hour at 5:00 followed by banquetCash Bar & Hors D'oeuvresEntree - Choose OnePrime Rib of Beef - Boneless Chicken Breast "Chalet" - Atlantic Salmon FiletAll meals will Include:Salad,vegetables,roasted baby red potatoes, rolls and a special dessertPlease detach and return with payment to:Berlin Kiwanis Club - PO Box T2 Berlin, NH 03570Banquet price of $28.00 per person includes tax & gratuityKindly RSVP with payment before September 11, 2012Name:(S): __________________________ Prime Rib_____________Name: ______________________________ Chicken Breast_________Salmon_______________Any questions or concerns, please contact Glenn Tassey <gtassey@...> 603-752-4322September 26, 2012Three Rivers Kiwanis of Milo/Brownville (ME)Cordially invites you toDinner and InstallationofMaria Mills -- PresidentNancy Harrigan -- SecretaryHeidi Finson -- TreasurerWednesday evening, September 26, 2012Brownville Community ChurchBrownville, MaineSocial Hour at 5:30 Dinner at 6:00MenuMeat or Veggie LasagnaSalad, Bread, Dessert, and DrinksFollowed by Installation of Officers by2012-2013 Lt.Gov. Buddy WebbProgram--AuctionDinner $12 at the doorNumber of Kiwanians and Guests attending _____Please respond by September 20th toJan Barton 207-564-2118 <janbart0n@...> (0-zero in e-mail)Directions to the church: From Orono - Turn right at Main St in Milo. At top of hill bear left. Drive to Brownville. At Irving station in Brownville turn right. Go over bridge and past Post Office. Go straight about ¼ mile to church on the left.From Dover: At top of Main St in Milo bear left and follow above directions.September 27, 2012The Kiwanis Club of Chittenden (VT) will hold their installation at 6:00 at the Eagles Club.September 28, 2012The Kiwanis Club of Meriden (CT) will hold their installation of 2012-2013 Officers and Board of Directors at Il Monticello, 466 S. Broad St, Meriden, CT. It will begin at 6:00 PM Cash Bar, 7:00 PM Program, $28.00/person, ’surf and turf’ sit-down dinner. For reservations, contact Carol Reiss at 203-271-2869.September 29, 2012The Kiwanis Club of Colebrook (NH) will hold their 35TH Anniversary and Installation of Officers at the spa Restaurant in West Stewartstown, NH.September 30, 2012The Kiwanis Club of New London (CT) will be holding their Installation of Officers and Directors on Sunday, September 30TH.
NEW ENGLAND & BERMUDA DISTRICT KIWANIS FAMILY UPDATES MIDGE K. LUBOT December 6, 2013 Please send all announcements to byMessage 271 of 271 , Dec 5 8:17 PMView SourceNEW ENGLAND & BERMUDA DISTRICTKIWANIS FAMILY UPDATESMIDGE K. LUBOTDecember 6, 2013Please send all announcements to <events@...> by Thursday. All new announcements will be shown in blue each week, the announcements in green are for the District or Int’l. Events, the announcements in orange are for the Key Club, turquoise is for Circle K, purple is for the Builders Club, pink for the K-Kids and the announcements in maroon are for the Aktion Clubs.PLEASE SEND YOUR ANNOUNCEMENTS TO <events@...>THANK YOU!-------------------AIM FOR SUCCESS - THE ELIMINATE PROJECT 2015Walter Zeller Fellowship saves 694 livesThe Walter Zeller Fellowship is a unique award to honor Walter Zeller, who made the first gift of 25 silver dollars to establish the Kiwanis International Foundation. The Zeller Fellowship recognizes a gift of $1250 payable over two years to The Eliminate Project.Already 87 Kiwanis members from the New England and Bermuda District have become Walter Zeller Fellows and saved over 60,416 lives. Many more members have personally donated $300 to $900 to the Eliminate Project during the past year. Please consider making an additional pledge before the end of the year to become a Walter Zeller Fellow and help save 694 lives.Clubs can recognize outstanding members and present them with a gift of a Zeller.Attached is the Gift/Pledge form for you to fill out and return to The Eliminate Project: Campaign Office before the end of the year.Thank for support your of The Eliminate Project.Sincerely,Ava Adams, District Chair 2012-13Early Childhood Development/Young Children Priority One(Y.C.P.O.)Scarborough, ME Kiwanis ClubNew England and Bermuda Districtemail: avawhitey2002@...--------------------December 6, 2013With the holiday season approaching as fast as a speeding train, there is a group of community minded volunteers busily preparing for the annual Kiwanis Jingle Bell EXPRESS.Now in its fourth season, the Rockland Kiwanis Jingle Bell EXPRESS morphed from the popular Polar Express event sponsored for several years by a different organization. The Kiwanis Club took over the railroad-themed spectacular to ensure the continuation of what has become a Christmas tradition for midcoast families.The two-night, five-trip schedule aboard Maine Eastern Railroad will be Fri. Dec. 6, with two train times; and Sat Dec 7, with three train times.In addition to Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus boarding the train, the trip includes a visit to the North Pole, where riders get to observe the activities at Santa’s Workshop from inside the train. Train conductors will read a story and every child will receive a bell to commemorate their journey. Families enjoy Christmas carols on the ride back to the Rockland depot, where cookies and hot cocoa await the disembarked passengers.It takes more than 100 volunteers to produce the show, including approximately 50 elves on performance nights, according to Kiwanis president and JBE co-chair Katie Tarbox of Spruce Head. The rest of the volunteers include those who are in costume on the train, or who perform countless hours of behind-the-scenes functions like baking cookies, decorating, lighting, and set up.Committee co-chair, Margie Kinney of Thomaston, said the purpose of the JBE is to provide a unique experience and to create memories. She said that there are always new families who take the trip, as well as a lot of repeat customers. She noted that several of the younger volunteers have been involved for a long time. “We’ve watched so many of them transition from wide-eyed riders sitting with mom and dad, to costumed entertainers dancing and playing at Santa’s Workshop,” she said.While the local service club retains a portion of the ticket revenue for their charitable giving efforts, the rest goes to cover the cost of the train’s operation. The use of the North Pole location comes through the generosity of the Thomaston Historical Society.Tickets are $19 per person, including service charges. Children under the age of 2 years ride free. Tickets and information can be obtained online at www.maineeasternrailroad.com, or by calling 207.596.6725.WHAT: Kiwanis Jingle Bell EXPRESS – Train ride to North Pole and Santa’s WorkshopWHERE: Railroad Depot at 4 Union Street, Rockland, Maine 04841 – Call 207.596.6725WHEN: Dec. 6 – 5:00 & 6:30 PM --- Dec. 7 – 4:30 & 6:00 & 7:30 PMPRICING: $19 per person – Children under 2 ride free in lapNOTES: Reservations Encouraged - 200 passengers per trip - Tickets sell quicklyDecember 7, 2013Join the Kiwanis Club of New London (CT) at the Festival of trees....The Festivals of TreesWhen: Saturday, December 7, 2013Where: 133 Bank Street, New London, ConnecticutYes, it is that time again…. The Festival of TreesThe Festivals of Trees is an event held for the past ten years by the Downtown New London Association (DNLA) to help raise money for New London Community Meal Center for needy families during the holiday season.Here’s how it works: The DNLA provides live Christmas trees. On December 2nd through the December 6th, companies and local organizations decorate the trees according to their chosen theme. Some themes from last year included: Vintage Maritime, Circus, Seashore and Peacock feathers. Then on December 7, 2013 we auction the decorated trees to the highest bidder. The DNLA will deliver the decorated Christmas trees to the winning bidders’ homes the next day.Tickets for the event are $15. Tickets include Beer, Wine and light Hors d’oeuvres.You can purchase tickets at Muddy waters (42 Bank St, New London) or Bijou Salon & Spa (256 Boston Post Rd, Waterford)Proceeds from the auction were donated to the New London Community Meal Center and were used to provide holiday meals to local families. We also work with Covenant Shelter and donate decorated trees to families who can’t afford to buy and decorate one.Thank you for your support.For more information, please contact Barbara Neff at 203-443-3786.The Kiwanis Club of East Bridgewater, MA, hosts 30th Annual Christmas on the Common event at EB Jr/Sr H.S., 143 Plymouth St. ~ parade 10am/arts & crafts fair 9am - 3pm; food vendors, entertainment, magician, pony & train rides, face painting, hospitality tent, raffles and lots more. For more info, please contact IPP Chuck Horan at firstname.lastname@example.org
KPTI DAY is Saturday December 7th, 2013 from 10AM-2PM in the Wolff Auditorium at Tufts Medical Center in Boston. We are planning speakers, a former patient’s story and a tour of the hospital trauma areas. Bring a lunch or be prepared to buy at local restaurants. If you are planning to attend, please send the following information: Your Name, Address, Phone #, Email, Club Name and the number of people in your party. Send to vguerina@... , fax 617-636-8321, call 617-636-6381, or mail to KPTI Tufts Medical Center, 800 Washington Street #344, Boston, MA 02111.Hope to see you there!!Victoria GuerinaProgram SpecialistKiwanis Pediatric Trauma InstituteDecember 8, 2013The Kiwanis Club of Rockland Massachusetts is sponsoring a Craft Fair on December 8TH at the Rockland Golf Course, Plain Street, Rockland, MA. The Fair will be held from 11 A.M. to 3 P.M. There will be about 30 crafters there with many items for sale; jewelry, crochet items, knit items, etc. and some food items. One of the crafters specialty is cookies and biscuits for dogs.Breakfast and pictures with Santa will be held the same day at the same place and the time for that is 9 A.M. to 11 A.M. The menu will be buffet style and there is a children's price of $5.00 and adult price of $8.00. All Kiwanians are encouraged to join us in this fun project.December 9, 2013The Annual Kiwanis Club of Barre (VT) Christmas Dinner will be held on Monday, December 9TH. Jim Soutar reported that 5:30 to 6:15 will be the social time with dinner to follow. The cost is $20.00 per person with a choice of sirloin steak with mushroom sauce on the side, or shrimp and scallops. You can e-mail Paula Dolan at jpdolan23@... or call 802-476-7414.december 13, 2013The Kiwanis Club of Berlin (NH) will hold their Special Olympics Party on December 13th (Friday) at the St. Anne's Lower Hall in Berlin. They will begin serving at 6 PM. The entertainment is by Bob Labnon, Glenn Tassey and Ron Goudreau. They usually feed up to 50 Olympians, not counting the adults that come with them. Santa and Mrs. Santa make an appearance and talk with them. Bob Pelchat is the Chairman of this event and can be reached at rpelchat@...December 17/18, 2013Save the date
Holiday Warehouse Book Sale
December 17 & 18
Your club and its members are invited to an exclusive two-day VIP shopping experience December 17 and 18.
The Scholastic Holiday Warehouse Book Sale is an invitation only event exclusively for teachers, librarians, school personnel, school volunteers—and you! Scholastic is a Kiwanis Promotional Partner. Because of our relationship and our shared missions of serving children, Scholastic is helping your club provide more books for schools to help get more kids reading. Most items will be discounted at least 50% with discounts of up to 80%.
Your Club Can Choose from:
- Pre-Kindergarten and early childhood books
- Children’s cooks for all ages
- Bestsellers and hit series
- New releases and classics
- Reference titles, including dictionaries
- Adult fiction
- School supplies
You’ll also be able to shop for holiday gifts. Buy books, teacher gifts and even school supplies for any of your 2014 school based service projects.Watch a short video about the Scholastic Warehouse Sale and hear what teachers have to say about this special opportunity.
Additional warehouse sale information
LOOK OUT FOR THE KIWANIS VIP REGISTRATION LINK COMING ON NOVEMBER 14Once registered, you will receive your VIP FAST-CART PASS and a coupon!Questions? Contact Elizabeth Warren, corporate relations manager for Kiwanis International at <ewarren@...>.December 30, 2013Walter Zeller Fellowship saves 694 livesThe Walter Zeller Fellowship is a unique award to honor Walter Zeller, who made the first gift of 25 silver dollars to establish the Kiwanis International Foundation. The Zeller Fellowship recognizes a gift of $1250 payable over two years to The Eliminate Project.Already 87 Kiwanis members from the New England and Bermuda District have become Walter Zeller Fellows and saved over 60,416 lives. Many more members have personally donated $300 to $900 to the Eliminate Project during the past year. Please consider making an additional pledge before the end of the year to become a Walter Zeller Fellow and help save 694 lives.Clubs can recognize outstanding members and present them with a gift of a Zeller.Attached is the Gift/Pledge form for you to fill out and return to The Eliminate Project: Campaign Office before the end of the year.Thank for support your of The Eliminate Project.Hope to see you in North Conway on November 22-24Dan BennettDistrict CoordinatorMAY, 2014KIWANIS CLUBS OF BERMUDABERMUDA HOSPITAL PROJECT
- Take an extra 50 percent off permanently reduced red tag items.
- Hundreds of items $2 or less.
- Refresh school, home, classroom libraries or your Kiwanis Reading Oasis.
- Stock up on books to support programs throughout the year.
- For larger purchases, schedule a personal shopper experience to help you identify great books for your service project.
- Have Scholastic experts select the perfect books for your budget and age or grade range—and simply pick them up.
Fundraiser for Children’s Trauma Equipment
SALE OF GREEN JACKETS
The Kiwanis Clubs of Bermuda Division 26 are doing a joint fundraising project for the children’s wing of the new King Edward Memorial Hospital.Our goal is to raise $37,000 by May 2014. One of our fund raising projects is to sell the traditional Bermuda Green Jackets for $500.00 each.All proceeds will be given to the Hospital for the purchase of modern emergency equipment for Pediatric and Trauma medical cases for children.For further details, and to place orders regarding size, and payment or send a cheque, please contact.Past Lieutenant Governor Leleath G. Bailey JPChairPast Lieutenant Governor’s CommitteeSecretaryKiwanis Council of BermudaTel. No. 1-441-293-4581Email: <lbailey@...>OrKiwanis Club of HamiltonP. O. Box HM 815Hamilton HM CXBermuda.MAY 16-23, 201410th Annual Cruise to Division 26New England & Bermuda District of KiwanisJoin us in Bermuda in 2014!Our travel professional, Steve Shiff, suggests that you make your down payment for our Bermuda Cruise for 2014 now.REFUNDS ON DEPOSITS are available through the end of January, so even if something happens, you can cancel and get a full refund if you do it within the cancellation period.Contact our Steve Shiff at Colby Corner Travel, 978-535-1952 or Bob Tandy, Cruise Committee Chair at 978-372-9890.You can also send an email to <bermudacruise@...>.See you on board!!JULY 2014THE 99TH KIWANIS INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION WILL BE HELD IN TOKYO, JAPAN FROM July 17-20THAugust 21-24, 2014The August district convention will be held at the crowne plaza, warwick, RIJULY 2015THE 100TH KIWANIS INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION WILL BE HELD IN INDIANAPOLIS, IN.
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