November 2007 Edition
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Kiwanis International is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time.

Kiwanis International President's Visit

Kiwanis International President Dave Curry (right) and First Lady Eva Curry will be visiting the Capital District in late January 2008. During this special time our district will be hosting a number of events for the First Family of Kiwanis. On Saturday evening, January 26, 2008 Governor Art and First Lady Vickie will host a reception from 6-7 pm (with cash bar) followed by dinner at the Comfort Inn Conference Center, 4500 Crain Hwy, Bowie, Maryland 20716. more

1st Key Leader Weekend a Success!

Thirty-nine High School students from around the Capital District came to Camp Letts near Annapolis on Friday afternoon Oct. 5th. Thirty-nine trained, energized, and enthusiastic student leaders left at noon two days later. The very first Key Leader Weekend in the Capital District, was, by all indications, a rousing success. more

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Gov. Msg. Preparing for Greatness ALS Walk Foundation Gift Mural

Governor Art's Corner
by Gov. Art Riley

Today in Kiwanis and in the Capital District growth is often a great topic of conversation. As I visit clubs and divisional meetings I even mentioned growth as a priority for the District. We have a growth team, a growth committee and the Lt. Governor is always talking about growth at divisional meetings. So what is growth? Is growth something every other club should accomplish? Is growth something that should be a district or divisional responsibility? Is growth something that is important? more

Preparing for Greatness
by Tom Ganse, Governor-Elect

Perhaps you heard Kiwanis International CEO Rob Parker speak of moving Kiwanis from good to great, or maybe you read it in a Kiwanis publication. Perhaps you heard one of our Capital District leaders paraphrase it during some presentation. Perhaps many of you don't know that this phrase, "good to great," is now a mantra in corporate America, and that it originated from the book "Good to Great" by Jim Collins. more

3rd Annual Walk to D-Feet ALS is a Big Success
by David Landis

The Kiwanis Club of Greater OP/OC, led by Kiwanis members Ken McLaughlin and his wife Anita and John Hannigan, among many other members, was instrumental in getting the Walk to D-Feet ALS on the Maryland Eastern Shore started. It was driven by the fact that fellow Kiwanian, Carter Nobel, a step-up volunteer, a leader, and a do-it-all member, was diagnosed with the disease. more

 

Foundation Check Presented to the Children's Pediatric Trauma Center
by Lloyd Enoch

Dr. Clinton Cavett was recently presented with a check in the amount of $3,150 from Div. 2 Past Lt. Gov. Lloyd Enoch. The check comes from the Capital District Foundation which raises funds through annual Ducky Derby and the Caring Corner held at the annual Capital District Conference. The funds will be used to purchase a "Transport Isolette" similar to the one shown at the left by Dr. Cavett. The device is used to move infants for treatment within the hospital and costs over $7,000. more

Kiwanis Club of LaPlata Completes Mural
by Judi Gorney

The Kiwanis of LaPlata Community Service Committee recently completed a wall mural for Health Partners, a medical facility for uninsured, low income residents in Waldorf, Maryland. Our Kiwanis Under The Sea mural is in their new section which will be for their dental clinic soon to be opened. The children will be too busy looking at all the fish and the treasure chest to stress out over being at the dentist! Our designers and painters were: Betty Lindsay, Judi Gorney, Jim Gorney, Donna Avery, Linda Parong, Barbara Sellner and prospective members, Michelle and Curtis Taylor. Pictured are Donna Avery, Judi Gorney, and Linda Parong.

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