You Won’t Mind this Guest!


Monday Morning

There were 12 members at our Monday Meeting plus seven guests. Dr. Doll and Dr. Treffert were our guest speakers. In addition, Dan brought his son, Ezekiel. He and his family just left London and are on the way to Montana. Four Key Club alumni were here to thank us for the scholarships this year. They were Caroline Wagner, Dakota Wesenberg, Annie Moore, and Paige Richardson.  We were greeted by Jackie King. Jim Freiberg. Steve had the humor for the day. Marlin had the grace. Happy bucks came from Dan. Dawn was the raffle ticket winner and drew the King of Hearts, no winner. Monday’s 50/50 raffle will have 16 cards including four pay cards with a pot of $483. Side note – Del is at home.  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. Possible Interclub, Kewaskum is having a Craft Beer and Wine Festival. It is August 3rd, from 5:30 to 8:00. If interested, contact Dawn.  We have a projector for our speakers; please contact Gary Miller if you need it. Speaking of programs for the future, get information to Dave or myself. Member names are being added under Programs for your future dates.

Doctors Doll & Treffert – Treffert Center

Dr. Matt Doll and Dr. Treffert invite individuals, families and communities worldwide to explore the potential of the human mind, focusing on strengths rather than limitations at Treffert Center. It seeks to seek to preserve, make available and expand the legacy of Darold Treffert, MD, an internationally respected researcher in autism, savant syndrome and related conditions. Individuals and families also benefits from all day preschool and after-school experience designed to provide a foundation for a strong mind, body and spirt based on early education focused on play, movement, self-regulation and social understanding, giving children ages three to 12 the opportunity to gain the skills and experience to reach their full potential.