Club News

CLUB ELECTION: Here are your new officers, elected at our annual meeting, for the 2016-17 Kiwanis year beginning October 1, 2016:
     President - Bill Bossenberger                                           Board of Directors -
     President-Elect - Cynthia Gaunt                                  John Core
     Vice President - We need a volunteer                                  Bud Everett
     Immediate Past President - Mike Miller                          Jason Haglund
               Appointed Officers -                                                    DougMeinhard        
     Treasurer - Kris Meinhard                                                     Bill Giddings
     Secretary - Geri Derner                      
Thanks to the election committee: Cathy Krebs, Chair; Bob Currie; Ronnie Lindeman; Tom McGee; Gary Wade
PROJECT ELIMINATE: We need $11k to reach our goal of becoming a model club. Contact Mike Miller or Ted MacDonald for an opportunity to have them assist you in raising funds for you to win a Zeller Award. Congratulations! We did it again by raising the funds to win a Club Zeller Award.
REMINDER: Update your website profile including your photo.
ROGER LAWRENCE was honored as "Lifetime Honored Member."  Roger became a Kiwanian in 1958 and has continued that membership for 58 years.  He served as club president, was central Iowa Lieutenant Governor, Nebraska/Iowa District Governor, and chaired Kiwanis International's Key Club committee.  He also attended 27 international Kiwanis conventions. Nebraska/Iowa Kiwanis Governor Jody Melcher and Club President Mike Miller presented Roger with a plaque highlighting his 58 Kiwanis years.
MIRACLE LEAGUE: Kiwanis clubs in Story County are planning to build a Miracle League playground and ball park in Ames, in Innis Grove Park. The estimated cost is $1.5 million. We hope to have the facility completed in July, 2018. ARC of Story County is taking the lead in efforts to raise funds, hire contractors, and oversee construction. Once completed, the facility would be staffed and maintained by members of Kiwanis clubs in Story County.