- NEW ENGLAND & BERMUDA DISTRICT KIWANIS FAMILY UPDATES MIDGE K. LUBOT September 13, 2013 Please send all announcements to byMessage 1 of 281 , Sep 12, 2013View SourceNEW ENGLAND & BERMUDA DISTRICTKIWANIS FAMILY UPDATESMIDGE K. LUBOTSeptember 13, 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!--------------------
Purchasing District Clothing
As we know, the only time in the past that we’ve been able to purchase District and Foundation clothing such as shirts, vests, jackets etc., has been at District Conventions or Conferences. We are trying to make it easier for all members to be able to purchase these articles anytime during the year. We may also use the Yankiwanian to have special sales during the year.
During the coming year we will be updating our ladies line with better colors and sizes. We hope you will take advantage of the new service by ordering by mail or on line. You may use the order form or email or fax your orders to District and foundation apparel.
Be sure to send us your name and address and email and add $5.50 or 8%, whichever is greater, for shipping. Also, please make out all checks to: NEW ENGLAND KIWANIS FOUNDATION. Thank you!
N.E KIWANIS DISTRICT SHIRT Turquoise $26.95
N.E. KIWANIS VEST Navy Blue $44.95
N.E. KIWANIS JACKET Navy Blue $47.95
N.E. DIST SPORT SHIRT Lemon $28.95
N.E. FOUNDATION VEST Red $38.95
Navy Blue $38.95
N.E. FOUNDATION SWEATSHIRT Blue $32.95
N.E. FOUNDATION HOOD SWEAT Black, Gray $38.95
N.E. FOUNDATION KNITTED HAT One 2=X Color $10.00
A÷≥. FOUNDATION SCARF One Color $14.95
N.E. SPORT/POCKET Green $26.95
N.E DISTRICT OR FOUNDATION Red $24.95
SWEATPANTS/LOGO Navy $24.95
N.E.DISTRICT OR FOUNDATION DRESS OXFORD SHIRT/LOGO White $33.95
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COLOR PRICE SIZE #PER TOTALRemember: Members can order by mail.Foundation and District clothing11 Howland AveSo Dartmouth Ma 02748.Description,color and sizeAIM FOR SUCCESS - THE ELIMINATE PROJECT 2015Scare up some fun and funds this HalloweenWith brightly lit jack-o-lanterns, frightening costumes and treats, Halloween is a much anticipated time of year for many. But this Halloween season, Key Club, Circle K International, Aktion, Builders and K-Kids members won’t be begging for candy; instead, they’ll once again be collecting donations to help protect women and babies through The Eliminate Project.And Kiwanis clubs can help. AND PLEASE PASS THIS INFORMATION ALONG TO KIWANIS SPONSORS OF YOUR SLP'S!Partner together to plan a fundraiser, order supplies, get excited about participating—and aim to top our 2012 Trick-or-Treat numbers.Some Great Ideas for Fundraisers Partnering With Your SLPs:-Get your entire school involved. Get your community involved. Get the word out,” recommends Demi Fabelo, the 2012-13 Hialeah High School Key Club vice president. The club’s annual fall benefit show has raised more than $5,500 for The Eliminate Project the past two years.A talent show is just one of numerous ways to rally your club members to raise funds for The Eliminate Project. Here are a few more great ideas—or come up with your own.-Collect donations while trick or treating. Collect coins instead of or in addition to sweet treats as you canvass your neighborhood.-Host a “spooktacular” festival. Put on a Halloween-themed carnival like the Key Club at Pinnacle High School did.-Hold a seriously spooky bake sale. Whip up some creepy treats for a bake sale to benefit The Eliminate Project. Make it a monstrously fun time by inviting other Kiwanis-family members to bake Halloween-themed delights with you.-Host a Halloween tailgate. Decorate your ride with dangling spiders, cobwebs and other festive materials. Invite Kiwanis-family members and the community to trunk-or-treat in exchange for a donation to help save moms and babies.-Conduct a creepy crawly car wash.-Host a bone-chilling chili cook-off. Partner with other Kiwanis-family clubs and have members of all ages sign-up to make a pot of their favorite chili. Those who don’t want to cook can bring fun toppings. All money collected will support The Eliminate Project.-Create Frankenstein’s laboratory. Decorate a “mad lab” table for your school lobby or outside the cafeteria. Schedule white lab coat-clad volunteers to run the sale of “concoctions” before and between classes. Sell candy-filled syringes test tubes and other such fiendish confections.-Run for the cause. Host a 1K, 3K or 5K Zombie Run the weekend before Halloween.Ava Adams, District Chair 2012-13Early Childhood Development/Young Children Priority One(Y.C.P.O.)Good morning,I am writing to ask for your help in distributing the link below to your club members so that they can see what we are doing with the Eliminate Project which is “saving lives”If your clubs and or members have donated to Eliminate please thank them. If they have not ask them if they want a presentation at a future meeting from their Division Coordinator or Multi Division Coordinator.Thank you for your help.Dan BennettDistrict Coordinator978-828-0296The club video is a much anticipated resource that will ensure our clubs hear The Eliminate Project’s important and life-saving message. We ask that you share the following link with your teams to use immediately in club presentations: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ygc914gvtsun3o6/Kiwanis_Eliminate%20v10-H264.movGreetings,My name is LT Chad Murphy with the U.S. Navy Office of Community outreach. I'm a Reservist out of Framingham working to connect audiences around the country with Sailors in their community. We want to share our stories of service in your Navy, all around the world, and why being there matters.I wanted to approach Kiwanis at a regional level to learn the appropriate means of communicating this offer to local clubs.We have a potential pool of Sailor-speakers from numerous career fields, most with overseas deployment experience, ready to share the Navy's story at your meeting or event. A typical 20-minute presentation could include an interactive slideshow on the current status of the Navy, flavored by the Sailor's own experiences at home and overseas. At your request, we could tailor the presentation to your specific interests. Whatever the focus, plenty of Q&A is always welcome and encouraged.I look forward to speaking with you, and hope that you might like to invite us in!Very Respectfully,Chad R. MurphyLieutenant, U.S. NavyAction Officer, Navy Office of Community Outreach-RC617-251-4696 mobile
- NEW ENGLAND & BERMUDA DISTRICT KIWANIS FAMILY UPDATES MIDGE K. LUBOT FEBRUARY 28, 2014 Please send all announcements to byMessage 281 of 281 , Feb 27View SourceNEW ENGLAND & BERMUDA DISTRICTKIWANIS FAMILY UPDATESMIDGE K. LUBOTFEBRUARY 28, 2014Please 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!-------------------March 1, 2014