Meeting of January 22nd

Happy Anniversary to Kiwanis.  On Jan 21, 1915 Club #1 was charted in Detroit Michigan.  In honor of this celebration the Senator made an anniversary cake for desert.  This is the cake before we cut it.  Apparently it’s true….you can’t have your cake and eat it too.






Head table also was decked out for the occasion





In addition to President Bill going over historical items from 100 years ago….we had the regular Betsy feature of “this day in history”.


Dr. Alice Savage announced we have been named a “Legacy Club” for hitting our pledge goal of 60-Thousand-Dollars to the eliminate project early.  To date only two clubs in New England have attained that status.  She wanted to thank each and every club member for their donations.














if you never have attended any New England Kiwanis events, you are missing out.  The next conference is

Mid-Winter 2015

March 20-22, 2015
Holiday Inn Mansfield, MA.
for more information:


Closer to home, there will be an interclub Friday January 30th at 6:00 in Rockland.  to car pool contact Kim Michaud




Rick Maxwell introduced todays speakerrickintro


John Richardson , Executive Director of

break of life ministries.






He told members they have been serving Augusta for over 30 years and in 2014 provided 34,594 meals .

speaker2They are also working on renovating the rooms at the shelter. The shelter housed some 500 different people in the past year.


50/50 winner:  Kim Mondenado, donated to bread of life

Brunch Certificate:  Bill Tozier


Upcoming events….Don’t forget about the fund raiser at the Red Barn to raise money for the playground at the hospital


Earlier this week, Kim Michaud, Rick Maxwell and Bob West went to 92 Moose and B98.5 at 7 ..yes 7:00 am to  help the Red Barn promote upcoming events



Hope to see you there on that Tuesday Night.





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Meeting of Jan 15


Another good crowd on hand now that the holiday’s are behind us










Membership chair Kim presented Tom Warren his permanent member badge, having completed the requirements to turn in his newbie badage

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note, in his pocket, a coveted Lithgow Library Book Mark he won from Betsy as she did this day in history





















Phil Davidson gave a Happy Dollar for front row tickets to that nights Bruins game in Boston…here was his seat





Celebrating Kiwanis Anniversaries this month:

Wendell Davidson          1-11-73
Mike Whitman                1-21-88
Rick Maxwell                   1-23-92
Kim Michaud                   1-30-97
Meghan Loubier introduced todays speaker Tyler Cary, Development officer for pine Tree Camp.

Located on North Pond in Belgrade, the camp opened primarily as a camp for those afflicted with Polio in 1945.  Over the years they have broadened to youth with many disabilities.  650 kids are served each summer.  The camp is currently in the midst of a 6.6 million dollar capital improvement which will be finished in the summer of 2015


50/50 winner:  Peter Mendall ( donated to Pine Tree Camp)

Brunch Certificate : Kim Michaud











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