April 16, 2007 - Vol.18, No. 29
News That Concerns Kiwanians and Their Families
Ed Merski, Peter Karagianis, and Warren Mitchell8,
This meeting will be remembered for 2 things: 1. The pathetic version of My Country Tis of Thee we opened with. Awful. And 2. We adjourned at 6:50! We’re here for a good time, not a long time.00 x 300, RGB 8 bits/Pixel
Win A Classic!
The Bike Raffle is on the road this weekend, at the Flower and Craft Show at the Lake Opechee Inn and Spa, formally the Winni Expo Center in Lakeport. Scheduled to sell tickets this weekend:
April 21 SATURDAY
8:30am-10am: Warren Mitchell and Paul Cotton
10am-1pm: Ed Merski and Dick Metz (Dick…Ed takes his coffee black)
1pm-4pm: Lori Dickson and ___________
April 22 SUNDAY
10am-1pm: Pam and Roger Landry
1pm-3pm: Warren Mitchell and ___________
3pm-breakdown: Paul Cotton and Warren Mitchell
This is a local show and, with no travel required, it's a good opportunity for you to sell tickets if you haven't yet this year. PLEASE NOTE: We are in need for someone to fill the open slots from 1 to 4 pm on Saturday afternoon and 1 to 3 pm on Sunday afternon. Please check your schedules and please let Paul Cotton know if you're available. Call him at 524-2883 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks in advance!
Please remember to check your availability for Thursday, May 31st through Sunday, June 3rd as the club will be selling tickets for the Bike at the big Boat Show in Portsmouth at the Pease Tradeport. A sign up sheet will continue to circulate over the coming weeks and an updated work schedule will be published in next week’s bulletin.
Please be advised that due to a change in member dues from Kiwanis International, all members will be billed $8 when they receive their monthly bills on May 7th to make up the difference. Thanks! Any questions, please see Kathy Calvin.
Reading is FUNdamental:
Kathy Calvin reports that there is a RIF reading and distribution on Wednesday, April 18th at Elm Street School in Laconia from 1:45-2:45. On board are Joe Adrignola, Kathy Calvin, Warren Mitchell, Terry Fortson from the superintendent's office and Randy Brough from Laconia Public Library. The theme for the day is non fiction. Anyone interested in helping out, just show up at Elm Street School. Thanks!
Bike Rodeo Update:
Joe Adrignola circulated a sign-up sheet for the Bike Rodeo. The event is scheduled for Saturday, May 12, 2007 and will take place in the downtown parking lot across from Greenlaw’s Music. Jim Fortier advised the club that we will NOT be having a car seat safety check that day due to manpower and time limitations. Mr. Phil and his balloon twirling will be on hand just like last year. The sign up sheet will go around again next week. Stay Tuned….
The Boys and Girls Club of the Lakes Region Dinner will be on June 30th from 5-9pm at Sacred Heart Hall in Laconia. Joe Collie will serve as MC of the event and the club has purchased a sponsor table for 5. If anyone is interested in representing the club at the event, please let Dianne Zawacki know. More details coming soon. Thanks!
The wind and the rain made it a very wet Monday. Many areas were flooded including Roger Landry's table.
Roger Landry was "cut off" after wasting his second drink on the table.
Photo by W. Stephen Loughlin
Warren Mitchell, Roger Landry, Russ Beane, Jeff Stone, and Dick Metz all split $13.
The BIG winners of the 50 50.
Photo by W. Stephen Loughlin.
Happy Dollars: 1
The above 50 50 winners were dubbed “cheap bastards” because the five of them gave a total of only 3 bucks. Then, Warren Mitchell gave a dollar because his basement was not flooded and he had no broken windows at his house. Roger Landry then gave a happy dollar because he was glad the day was almost over. Dick Metz gave a happy dollar because Roger Landry was going to suck water out of his house. This increased the collecive contributions from the five 50 50 winners to $6. Subsequently, Steve Loughlin gave a dollar and retracted his “cheap bastards” label. In all, $7 was collected from this happy group!
None. That won’t help the general account.
IN THE WEEKS AHEAD...
Larry Murphy talks about the Mayhew Program.
Caryn Sheehan talks about prostate cancer.
Annual Meeting. Boards meet. NISE collected.
Elizabeth Harding speaks about NH National Guard Youth Programs
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Kiwanis Kronikle is a weekly publication of the Kiwanis Club of Laconia, N.H., P.O. Box 757, Laconia, N.H. 03247-0757. We meet Mondays at 6:15 p.m. at the Pheasant Ridge Country Club, Country Club Rd., Gilford, N.H. Please call your President or Secretary about any Member or family member in case of illness. Email: Joe Collie or Steve Loughlin
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