Kiwanis Club of Wauwatosa Public Welcome

May 10, 2013

Founded April 20, 1926

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Officers: President – Rich Woods; President Elect – Dave Eppelsheimer; Vice president – Eli Potkonjak; Treasurer – Bob Reinhardt; Secretary – Andy Barnes; Immediate Past President – Taylor Poehls.



Directors: Bob Gross, Warren Carity, Kevin Dwyer, Ken Snyder, Tom Schultz, Ed Ellingson, John Foley

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BULLETIN

Looking forward to the meeting of May 14, 2013



Birthday

May 15 – Dave Hoerig



Anniversary

May 18 – Tom & Jean Schultz



Events

May 9 – Board of directors, noon at Alioto's.



NEWS AND NOTES



Meeting notes: John Cable started happy dollars by explaining how happy he was to get a computerized ticket from a computerized camera in Sun City, Arizona, and how he should have talked to Ken Snyder for to refinance his home, rather than going to a well-known nationwide lender. John Foley was happy to be heading to the North Carolina coast. Jesse Dorshak paid a really happy dollar for having seen his son, who was on leave from the military in Afghanistan. Don Nordholm was happy to know that his granddaughter is back from Guatemala.



Program: Our speaker was Sandy Sullivan, the author of Green Bay Love Stories and Other Affairs, who told us about her experiences her life which and her history with the Packers of the early Lombardi years.



Post-prom: Bob Reinhardt has been busy. He has arranged for a post-prom party at Mayfair on May 18, where he will need our help from about 9 PM to about 2 AM the next morning. The sign-up sheet is going around. Talk to Bob if you can't make it to the next meeting.



Interclub: Plan on meeting with the Germantown club 7:30 AM at Aldo's at W156N11058 Pilgrim Road (just south of Mequon Road) on May 23. If you can make it talk to Tom Schultz next week, or send an e-mail to t-jshultz@msn.com. Tom says the breakfast is good and the price is cheap.



Golf outing: The warm weather should make it easier to sign up golfers for the event, which is only five weeks away.



Golf again: Talk to Carl Smith if you want to golf with Carl at the 4H Foundation's outing on June 22.



Rosalie Manor: Mike D'Amore told us that the whole operation has moved to 2819 W. Highland Avenue with a new director and new management. They still need toys, books, and diapers at the new location.



Youth: Bob Gross reported that the Crew took part in the Venturing Shoot last week, the WWHS rocket team took second place in State, and both Tosa We The People teams did well at the State meet, even if they didn't place.



Program assignments coming up: May 14 – Jennifer Wakefield. May 21 – Taylor Poehls. May 28 – Jessie Dorshak.



Meetings: Tuesday noon, Mayfair Mall Community Room

Newsletter Editor - Kevin Sjostrom p Reporter - Ilija Potkonjak p Newsletter distribution: Tom DeLuca

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