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|School Year||Key Clubs|
|Year Around||Aktion Club|
|School Year||School Reading Program||School Year||Picture Parent Program, Eastlawn School|
|Fall/Spring||Tall In The Saddle|
|Weekly||Deliver lunch left-overs to Open Door|
|Pre-Christmas||Salvation Army Bell Ringing|
|June 25,26||painting at Eagle Village|
The work of the Saginaw Career Complex was the keynote of our May 26 meeting. Sara Robles was the speaker. Jill Sutton, mid michigan Community Action, spoke about the work of her organization at our May 19 meeting. The annual Pig Auction was our May 12 meeting. It was held at the Salvation Army with Don Winger as the Pig Master. The May 5 meeting was a look at two summer fundraisers - the Flag Project and the Golf Outing. There was also the election of officers for the next fiscal year.
At our April 28 meeting, Jenn Kirts, School Program Coordinator and Nature Day Camp Director of the Chippewa Nature Center spoke about some of the programs under her responsibility. At the April 21 meeting, Sue Williams of Shelterhouse told about the Girls on the Run program that her organization promotes. The April 14 meeting was a mid-year review of the activities of our committees. A history of the Midland water supply situation was the topic of the April 7 meeting. The speaker was Michael Quinnell, general manager of Saginaw-Midland Municipal Water Supply Corp.
At our March 31 meeting,
Emily Shaffer and Ben Tierney of the
Midland Area Community Foundation
told about the upcoming
Our February 24 meeting covered youth programs that Kiwassee helps support.
Speakers were Joanna Danielson and Sarah Naumovita from Dow High School
Destiny Leathers from Meridian High School
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.
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
|RECENT VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES|
|May 25||Memorial Day Parade|
|March 25||Trinity Lutheran Blood Drive|
|March 21||Walk for Warmth|
|March 14||Kids Against Hunger packaging,|
|March 2-4,24||Flooring Project, North Midland Family Center|
|Dec 9-11||North Pole Calling|
|Nov 22||Santa Parade|
|October 22||tree trimming at Stratford Park|
|October 5||Crop Walk|
|July 19||Tri-City Kids Triathlon, Dow High|
|June 12,13||painting at Eagle Village|
|June 7,8||Summer Art Fair balloon booth|
|June 4||Fun Zone Renovation|
|May 26||Memorial Day Parade|
|May 17||Midland Blooms|
|April 2||Painting project at North Midland Family Center|
|March 15||Kids Against Hunger packaging, Dow High School|
|March 8||Walk for Warmth, Midland Center For The Arts|
|National Holidays||Flag Project|
|School Year||School Reading Program|
|School Year||Key clubs|
|Fall/Spring||Tall In The Saddle|
|Year around||Aktion Club|