There were 19 members at our Monday Meeting plus two guests. Joining us were Sarah Spang and Steve Leaman our guest speakers. Dawn handled the prayer. We were greeted by John Cooper. Steve had the humor for the day. Happy bucks came from Chris Stelmacher and Gary Miller. Dave Twohig sang to birthday boy Steve Millin. John was the raffle ticket winner and drew the five of the clubs, $5 winner. Monday’s 50/50 raffle will have 18 cards including four pay cards with a pot of $451. Side note – Del is at home. Call for an appointment to visit. From Community Service committee, we donated to Pillar & Vine. As part of our donations, we have two free registrations for the 5K walk/run on July 30th.If interested, see Bonnie. Remember that we have a Kiwanis web page and Facebook. If you are on Facebook, like our page. Save the date, we will have an interclub at the Noon Club on July 19th.
Sarah Spang & Steve Leaman, Pop-Up Fond du Lac
Steve and Sarah talked about their Pop up Crepe event. A group of eight put together this event to promote Fond du Lac. It is an offshoot of Envision and a talk from Greg of Fargo ND. The Pop up Crepe Café, the inaugural event of the newly formed Pop up Fond du Lac, recently operated at the former Pockets Bar in downtown Fond du Lac. The group more than doubled their excepted business over the course of the two days, selling approximately 2,000 crepes. Funds made from the Crepe Café will be held to assist in funding future pop up events. Pop Up Fond du Lac hopes to ignite a conversation on how unique events can provide unlimited possibilities for the community. Anyone that is interested in finding out more about future events is encouraged to follow Pop Up Fond du Lac on Facebook. The group has the support of Envision Fond du Lac as this falls under their plan’s first year focus of implementing projects such as pop up events.