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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITES
School YearKey Clubs
Year AroundAktion Club
School YearSchool Reading Program
School YearPicture Parent Program, Central Park Elementary
Fall/SpringTall In The Saddle
WeeklyDeliver lunch left-overs to Open Door
HolidaysFlag Project
Pre-Christmas Salvation Army Bell Ringing
New Hope Village room adoption project
April 28Adopt-a-Highway, Midland Law Enforcement Center, 9am

  • Regular Meeting, Trinity Lutheran Church, April 24, 11:45am
  • Board of Directors Meeting, Memorial Presbyterian Church, May 17, 12:00pm
  • Panel Discussion on Issues facing Midland County children and youth, Trinity Lutheran Church, May 22, 11:45am


  • View article on 50th Anniversary Celebration
    Kiwassee Charter Night Photo
    New Hope Village Apartment Furnishing Information
    FACEBOOK
    IN MEMORIAM
    Flag Sponsor Form
    Midland Public Schools BRAVO Project Volunteering
    BRAVO Level 2 Forms
    BRAVO Volunteer Driver Form
    KiwanisOne Member Resources
    View photo collage of Kiwassee members
    View pictures of 2016 Crop Walk
    View pictures of 2015 Crop Walk
    View article on Eastlawn School Christmas Party
    View article on Highway Pickup
    View article on West Midland Family Center bridge dedication
    View article on holiday flag project

    At the April 10 meeting, Katy Hilliard, Family Intervention Committee member at Central Park Elementary School, talked about the STEM program at the school and their truancy prevention program. There were two subject matters for the April 10 meeting. The slate of officers for the next fiscal year was presented. The election will be May 1. President Doug Snoddy reviewed progress on the goals for the current fiscal year. The April 3 meeting featured master gardener Gina Pederson telling about the efforts being done to identify and document wild flowers on the Pere Marquette Rail Trail. The work is available on PereMarquetteWildflowers.com.

    Kathryn Tate, Community Integration Leader at The The Legacy Center for Student Success, presented facts and figures about marijuana use at the March 27 meeting. The legalization of marijuana for recreational use in Michigan may be an issue on the 2018 ballot. At the March 20 meeting, Kyle Bagnall, Whiting Forest Program Manager, told about the current project at the Forest of developing an elevated canopy walkway through the Forest. An update of the work of Eagle Village was the topic of the March 13 meeting. Speakers were Carole Hyble, Vice President of Advancement, and Cathy Prudhomme, President and CEO. A review of our Flag Project was the subject for our March 6 meeting. It will now be known as Midland Waves.

    Royal Family Kids The topic of the February 27 meeting was a discussion on local Royal Family Kids and Teen Reach programs to help foster children. Speakers were Rich Shull and Gib Giblin. Katherine Ellison, Director of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Saginaw Valley State University, gave a review of activities of the organization at the February 20 meeting. The February 13 meeting was our annual Valentine's Party. Entertainment by the Dow High Key Club Ensemble of Becca Haines and Abby Carn. The activities of the Michigan State University Extension was the topic of the February 6 meeting. The speaker was Michael Krauch, Interim Director of the local District 9.

    A review of our fund raising projects was the agenda for the January 30 meeting. The work of the Midland County Maternal Infant Health Program was the program for the January 23 meeting. Speakers were, Hollie Barth, director of Material and Child Health Department, and Beverly Pyles, director of Community Health Services. Dave Shane, executive editor of the Midland Daily News, spoke of some of his newspaper experiences at the January 16 meeting. Six members of the Bullock Creek High School Blitzcreek Robotics team talked about some of their experiences at the January 9 meeting. Also at the meeting, Greg Smith, Executive Director of Michigan District of Kiwanis gave an update on recent developments. At the January 2 meeting, Jullian Westphal, Recreation Director and School Age and Childcare Program Director at the West Midland Family Center gave an update on programs at the Center.



    RECENT VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES
    November 18 Santa Parade
    October 1 Crop Walk
    July 20,21, Aug 3,4 painting at Eagle Village
    May 29Memorial Day Parade
    May 20Midland Blooms
    April 22Adopt-a-Highway
    April 13-15 Robotics Competition, Saginaw Valley State University
    March 23-25 Robotics Competition, H. H. Dow High School
    March 11 Walk for Warmth
    National HolidaysFlag Project
    School YearSchool Reading Program
    School YearKey clubs
    Fall/SpringTall In The Saddle
    Christmas SeasonSalvation Army Bell Ringing
    Year aroundAktion Club

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    4/19/2018