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School YearKey Clubs
Year AroundAktion Club
School YearSchool Reading Program
School YearPicture Parent Program, Eastlawn School
Fall/SpringTall In The Saddle
WeeklyDeliver lunch left-overs to Open Door
HolidaysFlag Project
Pre-Christmas Salvation Army Bell Ringing
March 14, 8-10amKids Against Hunger packaging, Central Middle School
March 21, 10am Walk for Warmth, Midland Center For The Arts
March 24, 4-6pm Flooring Project, North Midland Family Center
April 7, 7-9pmTall In The Saddle training

  • Regular Meeting, Trinity Lutheran Church, March 17, 11:45am
  • Board of Directors Meeting, Memorial Presbyterian Church, March 19, 12:00pm

    Flag Project Form
    BRAVO Level 2 Forms
    Volunteer Driver Form
    View photo collage of Kiwassee members
    View pictures of 2014 Crop Walk

    Tall In The Saddle Member Dick Skochdopole gave a review of the history of Kiwassee Kiwanis at our March 10 meeting. A presentation on the Tall In The Saddle program was the topic for our March 3 meeting. Speakers were Betsy Evans and Nan Spadacene.

    Rock Youth Center Our February 24 meeting covered youth programs that Kiwassee helps support. Speakers were Joanna Danielson and Sarah Naumovita from Dow High School Key Club, Destiny Leathers from Meridian High School Early College SADD/ Key Club, and Beverlee Wenzel and Chase Brenske from the Rock Center for Youth Development. Our February 17 meeting was a Pastor's Appreciation Lunch. The speaker was John Congleton of the Midland County Homeless Coalition. It is is a group of volunteers from local churches and area businesses that are committed to housing homeless families for the winter months. The spouses Valentine's Party was our February 10 meeting. At our February 3 meeting, Melanie Butterfield and Beth Sorenson from Family & Children's Services of Mid-Michigan gave an overview of the activities of their organization.

    Eagle Village An update on our fund raising activities was the keynote of our January 27 meeting. Jim Rajewski reported on our recent Candy and Nuts Sales. At our January 20 meeting, President Dave Winegardner gave a State of the Club message. John Ruggles, Chief Operating Officer of Eagle Village, gave a overview of the challenges of running the Village at our January 13 meeting. At our January 6 meeting, Michael Sharrow, Superintendent of the Midland Public Schools spoke on the Bond Proposal that will be on the ballot on February 24. The proposal is to raise money for upgrading aging facilities, enhancing safety, improving energy efficiency, updating classroom technology, modernizing infrastructure, demolishing vacant buildings, and upgrading the bus fleet. Gerald Wasserman, President of the Board of Education aided in the presentation.

    March 2-4,23-25 Flooring Project, North Midland Family Center
    Dec 9-11North Pole Calling
    Nov 22Santa Parade
    October 22tree trimming at Stratford Park
    October 5 Crop Walk
    Sept 20Adopt-a-Highway
    July 19Tri-City Kids Triathlon, Dow High
    June 12,13painting at Eagle Village
    June 7,8Summer Art Fair balloon booth
    June 4 Fun Zone Renovation
    May 26Memorial Day Parade
    May 17Midland Blooms
    April 12Adopt-a-Highway,
    April 2Painting project at North Midland Family Center
    March 15Kids Against Hunger packaging, Dow High School
    March 8 Walk for Warmth, Midland Center For The Arts
    National HolidaysFlag Project
    School YearSchool Reading Program
    School YearKey clubs
    Fall/SpringTall In The Saddle
    Year aroundAktion Club

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