Quarter the First of Kiwanis Year 2014-2015 is completed!
We have added some new volunteers to our Formula team. Membership is pretty important to the health and well-being of our district, and especially our clubs. Getting involved in this initiative is one way keep your club strong.
We are starting the season of Mid-Year Conferences. These are educational opportunities for all club members. Everyone is encouraged to participate. Your Lt. Governor can help you choose which one to attend, some of the division caucuses will elect the next Lt. Gov.
We are getting so close to the overall goal of $110M for the Eliminate Project. The Eliminate Project would like to have as many pledges as possible made by the International Convention in Indianapolis. If you or your club is thinking about making a pledge, you should do it soon!
We are invited to participate in building a Centennial Playground in Gurnee, Ill. This build is part of the Centennial Tour that Kiwanis International is conducting. All Clubs in WI-UM are welcome to participate. Clubs within a 3-hr drive may want to consider going down to help with the final assembly of the playground. There are also workshops and parties associated with this event. Check out the flyer on this event!
I’ll be going over to Detroit at the end of January. The celebration of the 100th Anniversary of Detroit #1 takes place then. It should be a good time...I’m promised a party where Chocolate is the main feature!