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Kiwanis Club hears about work of Guiding Light, Lima

President Myrna McCurdy called the weekly meeting of the Ada Kiwanis Club on order at 12 p.m. on Tuesday, April 23, at McIntosh Center, ONU.

The invocation was offered by Jon Umphress.

Joyce Barge was welcomed as a guest.

The birthday of member Heather Cox on April 27 was noted.

The membership anniversaries of Dustin Brooks (April 24, 2009) and David Dellifield (April 28, 2009) were also noted

Sharon MacKenzie mentioned that she attended the U.S. citizenship ceremony in Findlay last week. She noted that it was a very impressive ceremony.

In business:

  • Members heard an updated financial report from Treasurer Bryan Marshall.
  • Members in attendance of the Ada Kiwanis Satellite Club Jeff Schulman, Jon Umphress and Claudia Crawford reported that they plan to ask the club the purchase of the BUGS material and the satellite club will take the program on as a project. Their next meeting is set for Wednesday April 24th at 6:00 p.m. at New China, downtown Ada.
  • Brian Myers reported that the next Division 2 Council meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, June 5 at 6:00 p.m. at the Waterworks Park in Delphos. The Delphos Club will be our hosts for the evening. He noted that he and President-Elect Heather Cox are planning on attending the June 1st event in Findlay.
  • A Thank You note from ReStore was received for last Tuesday’s Crock pot Tuesday meal. The club will provide the June 18th meal.
  • The Kiwanis Key Leader program is set for April 26-28 in Ashley Ohio.  Two students from Ada will be attending.
  • The club will participate in the Village of Ada’s annual Arbor Day on April 26, with Ada 3rd graders. The club will be presenting a check to the Village of Ada for the planting of trees.
  • The club agreed to provide funds for the Ada Public Library’s summer reading program.
  • ONU Circle K’s Katie Lorson reported that she will be the next club president, they will be spending out their budget for the year and June 8th is the 10-year anniversary of ONU Circle K.

Kiwanis Education Minute:

The World Health Organization has announced that Cameroon has eliminated maternal and neonatal tetanus. Since 1999 UNICEF and other partners, including Kiwanis have helped 29 countries achieve victories over the disease. Kiwanis International is raising $110 million US dollars to eliminate this disease in 30 other countries.

Something to consider:

From”Live and Learn and Pass it on” from someone aged 48. “I’ve learned that if you want to know who the boss in a family is, just check to see who holds the TV remote control.”

Upcoming meetings/Events:
-April 26-28 Key Leader for youth in Ashley, OH
-April 30 Pete Previte
-May 7   Jeff Schulman

Joyce Barga gave a program on the Guiding Light Home in Lima that takes in young pregnant women.
She talked about the needs of the facility.

The Ada Kiwanis Club meets each Tuesday at 12:00 in McIntosh Center, ONU. Guests are always welcome.

For more information of about club membership contact Brian Myers, Secretary at   [email protected].

Visit the club’s web site at adakiwanis.org.

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