There were 17 members at our Monday meeting .Jim. Pete & John were our greeters. John had the grace. Dawn had a happy buck. Dawn announced that the District WI-UM convention is in Fond du Lac August 18-20th. She is looking for attendees and volunteers to work the event. Melissa Schmidt will represent the club at the Boys and Girls Club Annual Spelling Bee in October. Gary organized an interclub for the Noon Club on Tuesday. Sharon, Jackie, Gary Miller and John attended the Noon Club Tuesday. Pete was the winner and a loser. He picked the King of Spades. There are 43 cards left and a pot of $112.00. Remember that we have a Kiwanis web page and Facebook. If you are on Facebook, like our page. We have a projector for our speakers; please contact John if you need it. Speaking of programs for the future, get information to Jackie or myself. Member names are being added under Programs for your future dates.
What We’ve Accomplished
- Relay for Life Sponsorship – $500
- Boys and Girls Spelling Bee – $500
- Landscaping for Habitat – $625
- Back to School Programs – $300
- FdL BMX Trophies – $200
- Pork Fest – September 28
There were 16 members at our Monday meeting .Steve and Charlene were our greeters. Jackie had the grace. Steve had the humor. Dawn announced that the District WI-UM convention is in Fond du Lac August 18-20th. She is looking for attendees and volunteers to work the event. Bonnie announced that we are landscaping for Habitat on July 18 from 4:00 to 7:30. Back to school program will be August 5th and August 26th. John was a winner and small winner. He drew the ten of spades for $10.00. There are 48 cards left and a pot of $30.00. Remember that we have a Kiwanis web page and Facebook. If you are on Facebook, like our page. We have a projector for our speakers; please contact John if you need it. Speaking of programs for the future, get information to Jackie or myself. Member names are being added under Programs for your future dates.
Board Meeting Recap
Dan recapped the Membership Committee survey. If you need a copy contact Dan. The rescheduled picnic is 5 – 8 at Deneuve Shelter on July 19th. Contact Charlene to attend. Bring your shovel, rake, and gloves to 501 Farwell Ave to help with landscaping on July 18th. Sign up with Bonnie for the Dock In addition; she has signup sheets for Back to School programs on August 5th and 26th. Harry reported that we made almost $28,000.00 at Walleye. Total numbers of volunteer hours were over 1000 hours. We donated $2,500 to Band Boosters and $500.00 to Family Resource Center for their help. Fondue Fest is cancelled this year. We move on to Pork Fest on September 28th. We will need your help on the 27th and 28th. In addition don’t forget to get your cake recipe ready. Gary Miller has scheduled an interclub for Ripon Morning on Wednesday July 19th. Contact Gary to join the party. Any questions on the board meeting, contact Dawn with your questions.
There were 16 members at our Monday meeting. Jackie and Sharon were our greeters. Steve had the humor. Happy bucks came from Dawn and Dan. John did the grace. Good news, Del was transferred from Milwaukee to Manor Care for rehab. He will probably be there for two weeks. He likes visitors in the evening after his rehab is done. Gary is planning an interclub for June 14th at the Evening Club. Bonnie announced that we are landscaping for Habitat on July 18th. Harry was a winner and a winner of the drawing. He took home $187.50. Remember that we have a Kiwanis web page and Facebook. If you are on Facebook, like our page.
Walleye Weekend Review
John and Harry reviewed all the rules and activities at Walleye Weekend. The beer will be Budweiser. The cheese will be fresh. Both the Band Boosters and Family Resource Center will have volunteers to help us. The hours are 3 – 10 on Friday, Saturday 10-10 and Sunday 10-6. And don’t forget, we will have clean up on Monday morning in place of our regular meeting. We can use help until noon on Monday. We can always use extra help all weekend, especially Sunday. Stop by and enjoy some freshly fried cheese curds!
As usual for this time of year, news is slow for the Kiwanis Club of Fabulous Fond du Lac as our weekly meetings are much less formal. However, that doesn’t mean the AM Kiwanis of Fond du Lac aren’t busy. Our annual Walleye Weekend fundraiser has consumed much of our time and our last two meetings in the beginning of June. Rather than talk about what we are doing right now, though; we would like to thank some people.
First, thank you to our service men and women who have sacrificed their schedules, health, and, in some cases, lives to defend our freedoms. As our country recently celebrated Memorial Day, we at Kiwanis were reminded of how much we have because of your sacrifice. Thank you for your willingness to serve.
Second, thank you to Danny Loomans who worked incredibly hard to raise funds and food for many who are less fortunate. Although you didn’t break the record, you inspired us all with your organization and dedication to an idea so much bigger than you. Thank you for your example and your hard work.
Third, thank you to the Fond du Lac community. Thanks for supporting us at our Walleye Weekend Fundraiser. None of the funds we raise or the things we accomplish could be done without your faithful support of our organization and others like ours. Thank you for giving of yourselves.
We will be back to regular meetings this coming Monday with a presentation from Mike Gneuech of Fondy Football. Why not stop in a see what Kiwanis is all about and give yourself to something bigger than you.
Walleye Weekend is fast approaching and with that comes one of our biggest fundraising events of the year. The Kiwanis of Fabulous Fond du Lac will again be selling our famous fried cheese curds and other delicacies to help fund our efforts of making a difference for the children of Fond du Lac and the world. We are currently filling our volunteer positions for this event. If you would like to volunteer please follow the link below to view available jobs and shifts over the course of the weekend. For everyone who cannot assist, please stop by our booth and support Kiwanis by purchasing some cheese curds while you enjoy Walleye Weekend!
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