Breakfast Announcements September 28
Incoming Kiwanis President Dick Plambeck stepped into his new role a week early while Rich is away. He introduced guest Marta McDowell, reminded members to pick up new membership directories, reported that a Kiwanis leadership reference guide is available and reported on the Builders Club meeting he had attended. Also, Tom Mullen asked members to pay their annual dues quickly. Betty Anne Keat reported on scheduling for Key and Builders Club meetings. Nancy Boucher handed out pasta tickets to be sold by members and announced that unclaimed tickets will be mailed to members. Dick Ligertwood asked members to bring newspapers to weekly meetings and he will take them to the club’s recycling center near the Chatham Post Office.
Gary announced that the clean-up went well. Joan May handed out sign-up sheets for the Madison Christmas Parade. Sign-up sheets were also distributed for the Supermarket Nut Sales on November 20 and 21. Shepard Kollock Park