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  • Midge Lubot
    NEW ENGLAND DISTRICT KIWANIS FAMILY UPDATES MIDGE K. LUBOT SEPTEMBER 7, 2012 Please send all announcements to by Thursday. All
    Message 1 of 290 , Sep 6, 2012


    NEW ENGLAND DISTRICT
    KIWANIS FAMILY UPDATES
    MIDGE K. LUBOT
    SEPTEMBER 7, 2012

    Please 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!


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    NEW ENGLAND DISTRICT OF KIWANIS
    Best Man Tom’s Service Project
    2011-2012 SERVICE LEADERSHIP GRANT

    Grants (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 Leader
    Meriden, CT 
    Or by email: <nedkptreas@...>


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    SEPTEMBER 8, 2012

    FALL MUM SALE

    When: Saturday, September 8, 2012 8 am –1 pm
    Where: Norfeldt Field at the corner of Trout Brook and Boulevard
    What: Hardy mums - 8" and 10" pots in 4 colors

    Fresh from local grower ready for planting or gift giving!

    MUM SALE order form (click here) 

    ***Order early to beat the rush!!***

    Pre-order deadline Thursday, August 30.

     

    **Free Delivery in West Hartford**

    Mail checks to:
    West Hartford Kiwanis, PO Box 271131, West Hartford, CT 06127

    Or email your order to:
    mums@... put MUM SALE in the subject line

    September 9, 2012

    Vendors 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 showcase 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 16, 2012

    Vendors 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, 2012

    Kiwanis club of Hooksett (NH)

    Date: September 22, 2012
    Location: START: Pond Trail Start (Hooksett)  (Post Road / Across from Green’s Marine)
    FINISH: Town Library
    Before 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 PM 
    Race Day: 7:00 am to 8:00 am registration

    8:00 am to 8:25 am Runners / Walkers Marshaled into start position
    8:30 am Official Starting Time
    9:15 am to 9:30 am Anticipated First Finishers At the Hooksett Library

    Press 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 Hooksett 
    Kiwanis 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.



    The Kiwanis Club of St Johnsbury (VT) will hold their Annual Installation Dinner at the VFW in St Johnsbury. Cocktails from 4:00 to 4:30 with dinner to follow. 

    September 22-23, 2012

    The 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, 2012

    Vendors 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, 2012

    KIWANIS CLUB OF BERLIN, NEW HAMPSHIRE
    PO Box 72. Berlin. NH 03570

    You are cordially invited to celebrate our
    85th Anniversary Celebration
    &
    Installation of Officers and Directors
    The White Mountain Chalet
    East Milan Road, Berlin, NH
    Tuesday, September 25th,2012
    Cocktail hour at 5:00 followed by banquet
    Cash Bar & Hors D'oeuvres
    Entree - Choose One
    Prime Rib of Beef - Boneless Chicken Breast "Chalet" - Atlantic Salmon Filet
    All meals will Include:
    Salad,vegetables,roasted baby red potatoes, rolls and a special dessert
    Please detach and return with payment to:
    Berlin Kiwanis Club - PO Box T2 Berlin, NH 03570
    Banquet price of $28.00 per person includes tax & gratuity
    Kindly RSVP with payment before September 11, 2012

    Name:(S): __________________________ Prime Rib_____________

    Name: ______________________________ Chicken Breast_________

    Salmon_______________
    Any questions or concerns, please contact Glenn Tassey <gtassey@...>  603-752-4322

    September 26, 2012

    Three Rivers Kiwanis of Milo/Brownville
    Cordially invites you to
    Dinner and Installation
    of
    Maria Mills -- President
    Nancy Harrigan -- Secretary
    Heidi Finson -- Treasurer

    Wednesday evening, September 26, 2012
    Brownville Community Church
    Brownville, Maine

    Social Hour at 5:30   Dinner at 6:00  
    Menu
    Meat or Veggie Lasagna
    Salad, Bread, Dessert, and Drinks

    Followed by Installation of Officers by
    2012-2013 Lt.Gov. Buddy Webb 

    Program--Auction

    Dinner $12 at the door
    Number of Kiwanians and Guests attending _____
    Please respond by September 20th to
    Jan 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, 2012

    The Kiwanis Club of Chittenden (VT) will hold their installation at 6:00 at the Eagles Club. 

    September 29, 2012

    The Kiwanis Club of Colebrook (NH) will hold their 35TH Anniversary and Installation of Officers at the spa Restaurant in West Stewartstown, NH.

    September 30, 2012

    Vendors 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

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  • Midge Lubot
    NEW ENGLAND & BERMUDA DISTRICT KIWANIS FAMILY UPDATES MIDGE K. LUBOT May 9, 2014 Please send all announcements to by Thursday.
    Message 290 of 290 , May 8, 2014
    NEW ENGLAND & BERMUDA DISTRICT
    KIWANIS FAMILY UPDATES
    MIDGE K. LUBOT
    May 9, 2014

    Please 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!

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    MAY 14, 2014

    Kiwanis Pediatric Trauma Lecture Series

    The Lecture Series will be combined with the Floating Hospital’s Pediatric Grand Rounds:

    Wednesday, May 14, 2014
    12 – 1 PM
    Wolff Auditorium
    Tufts Medical Center, 800 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02111

    Come hear the story of Dixie Coskie and her son, Paul who suffered a
    traumatic brain injury and their family’s struggle to understand and cope
    with his injury. Dixie has written a riveting book about their experience
    “Unthinkable, A Mother’s Tragedy, Terror, and Triumph through A Child’s
    Traumatic Brain Injury”.

    Their story is amazing, powerful and inspiring. All are welcome to attend.

    Victoria Guerina
    Program Specialist
    Kiwanis Pediatric Trauma Institute
    Tufts Medical Center
    800 Washington Street #344
    Boston, MA 02111
    p: 617-636-6381

    MAY 16-23, 2014

    10th Annual Cruise to Division 26
    New England & Bermuda District of Kiwanis

    Join us in Bermuda in 2014!

    Our travel professional, Steve Shiff, suggests that you make your down payment for our Bermuda Cruise for 2014 now.

    Prices are going up, make your reservation before they rise again.

    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!!

    MAY 17, 2014

    The Kiwanis Club of Meriden (CT) will clean up at Camp Nerden in Middlefield for their Kiwanis One Day Project.

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