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  1. February 27, 2014 CLUB MEMBERS 241-9411 992-8275 372-7038 410-9750 812-204-1468 812-204-5520 Karl Price/Melva LalRamdeen/Daphne Max Robinson Butch Shadwell/Bev Lucy Watson/Chuck Chuck Watson/Lucy Florida District Division 5 273-4109 280-8358 223-0890 716-5359 444-2560 446-4002 249-8842 Nancy Adams/Chuck John Bates/Delores Charles Bender/Wanda Nancy Bernard Alison Cacella Jane Fairall Carl Krouch/Phyllis James Lane/Marie James Lee/Mary Ellen Bill MacLeod/Mary Lou Joe Overby/Jean Walt Pfeil/Marie Paula Powell 285-7273 382-9646 220-2355 249-3513 221-6810 899-6446 67 Years Of Service KIWANIS CLUB OF JACKSONVILLE BEACHES Chartered: August 1,1946 CONGRATULATIONS! - DISTINGUISHED CLUB 2011-2012 “SERVING THE CHILDREN OF THE WORLD” THE SIX OBJECTS OF KIWANIS INTERNATIONAL Division 5 Clubs • To give primacy to the human & spiritual rather than the material values of life. • To encourage the daily living of the Golden Rule in all human relationships. • To promote the adoption & the application of higher social, business, & professional standards. • To develop, by precept and example, a more intelligent, aggressive, & serviceable citizenship. • To provide, through Kiwanis Clubs, a practical means to form enduring friendships, to render • altruistic service, & to build better communities. • To cooperate in creating & maintaining that sound public opinion & high idealism which make possible the increase of righteousness, justice, patriotism, & goodwill. MONDAY JacksonvilleClub Crown Plaza Hotel 1201 Riverplace Blvd, 12:30pm Fernandina Beach Club Municipal Golf Clubhouse 6:30 PM (1st,2nd & 3rd weeks) TUESDAY St. Augustine Club Amici Italian Restaurant 1915 A1A SouthSt. Augustine Beach, FL 32080, 12pm WEDNESDAY Deerwood Club Deercreek Country Club,Governor’s room, 7816 McLaurin Rd, 12 Noon, (1st & 3rd weeks) THURSDAY Arlington Club Jacksonville University, Kinne Center, 6pm (2md & 4th weeks) Historic St. Augustine Club The Village Inn 900 Ponce de Leon Blvd (U.S. 1), 7 AM Jacksonville Beaches Club North Beach Bistro 725 Atlantic Blvd. Suite 6, Atlantic Beach, FL 12 :00 (2nd & 4th weeks) Westside Club Quality Inn I-295& Commonwealth, 12:30pm (1st & 3rd weeks) Nancy Bernard Paula Powell Butch Shadwell Lal Ramdeen Beverly Shadwell Alison Cacella, Nancy Adams James Lee, Jane Fairall Lal Ramdeen John Bates Walt Pfeil John Bates Nancy Bernard Bill MacLeod,Alison Cacella James Lee John Bates 2013-2014 Committees Chairs/Co-Chairs Finance Fundraising Interclub Membership Growth and Education Newsletter Editor On-going Service/Awareness Projects Public Relations Speakers Student Service Leadership Programs Finegan K Kids Club Mayport K Kids Club Mayport Builders Club Fletcher Key Club Webmaster Preschool Reading Events Fletcher Scholar Parent Recognition Breakfast Thanksgiving Dinner for Seniors MEETING DATES (Every 2nd & 4th Thursdays) February 27 Lauren Weedon Hopkins Director of Major Gifts for the YMCA Of Florida's First Coast March 13 Round Table Discussion March 27 Program April 10 Round Table Discussion Today’s Meeting Butch Shadwell Karl Price 12:00 p.m. Welcome – President Karl Price 12:05 p.m. Pledge/ Invocation 12:10 p.m. Birthdays/Anniversaries/Announcements 12:13 p.m. Happy Bucks/50-50 Fundraiser 12:15 p.m. Program 12:35 p.m. Lunch is served 12:55 p.m. Joke 1:00 p.m. Adjournment Officers 2013-2014 President Karl Price President Elect Vacant Treasurer Max Robinson Secretary Alison Cacella Past President Lal Ramdeen Past Lt. Governor Butch Shadwell District Governor Mathew Cantrell Board of Directors 2013-2014 John Bates Jane Fairall Bill MacLeod Walt Pfeil Paula Powell Chuck Watson District Exec. Director Melanie. Winternheimer District Club Newsletters Chair Alan L. Dill Lt. Governor Division 5 Robert Hollister International President Gunter Gasser Kiwanis Websites:,, Mailing Address: Kiwanis of Jacksonville Beaches PO Box 50504 Jacksonville Bch, FL 32240 Newsletter Editor:

  2. 2013 – 2014 Florida Governor Matthew Cantrell’s “STEPS TO EXCELLENCE” ACTIVITIES February 13thMeeting Round Table Discussion INVOCATION Heavenly Father, When we long for life without trials and work without difficulties, remind us that oaks grow strong in contrary winds, that diamonds are made under pressure, and that pearls are the result of irritation. When we weary of our service programs, strengthen our resolve so that others may benefit. And now bless this food to our use and us to Your service. Amen President Karl Price presented Paula Powell with a cake to celebrate herearning the Golden Pinnacle Award from Watson Realty for being the top sales person for their Intracoastal Office. MAYPORT K KIDS’ VALENTINE’S DANCE CHARITY FUNDRAISER On February 14th, the Mayport Elementary School K Kids Club held their 3rd annual Valentine’s Dance Fundraiser. Pizza, framed pictures of the kids and other things were sold to raise money for 2 charities to be chosen by the kids. Our Fletcher Key Clubbers attended as well as 2 students from Mayport Middle School Builders Club. Our Kiwanians, Bill MacLeod, LalRamdeen, Karl Price, and John Bates attended along with MayportElementary School Faculty Advisor Brigitte Kimes, and Principal Yvonne Ferguson. From: “Invocations for Kiwanis Occasions” by James J. Muench BOARD MEETINGS Every 2nd Monday PRESIDENT’S COMMENTS This is a big week for our club! Our new morning club initiated by Alison Cacella met for the first time on Feb 25th. On the same day we had our first K-Kids Club meeting of the year for Finnegan Elementary. We need to offer our full support for these important ventures. Butch Shadwell has us set up for two scholarships at Fletcher High School, and has April 11TH set for the Pancake Breakfast at Community Presbyterian. A special thanks to Lucy Watson for her idea to give out chocolate gift of kindness on Valentine's Day. I had a couple of great experiences, and I hope those who participated had similar gratifying contacts. Be sure to hold March 8th open for our community service project of painting the fence for the Beaches Museum(10 AM til 1 PM). The Players Championship Birdies for Charity is our next challenge. We made around $900.00 last year; and if we get innovative, we should shoot for a lot more this year. Let’s really brainstorm this to expand our contacts. Karl Price 13001 Atlantic Blvd, Paula Powell’s Office 12 noon, BYOL March 10 April 14 May 12 June 9 ANNOUNCEMENTS March 8th, Saturday - Community Service Project at Beaches Museum, Painting fence 10am – 1pm April 11th , Friday – Fletcher Parent – Scholar Breakfast 9am, Community Presbyterian Church, Atlantic Beach Volunteers needed at 7am Fletcher HS Key Club: (our oldest) Generally meets on Wednesday, twice a month after classes. Faculty Advisor: Connie Duncan, Kiwanis Advisors: Bill MacLeod and Alison Cacella Mayport Middle School Builders Club: Meets twice a month on Wednesday early release days, Kiwanis Advisors: Chuck Watson and John Bates VALENTINE’S DANCE MEDIA RELEASE Finegan Elementary K-Kids Club: meets on 2nd & 4th Tuesdays each month after school. Faculty Advisor: Marie Pfeil. Kiwanis advisors: Karl Price and Walt Pfeil Mayport Elementary K-Kids Clubmeets twice a month on Wednesdays early release days. Faculty Advisor: BrigetteKimes, Kiwanis Advisor:JohnBates Reading to Pre-School (3,4,&5 years old) Head Start at Southwind Villas and Anders Park twice a month on Wednesdays; Navy Child Development Center twice a month on Tuesdays Note: these days are not set in stone. What’s the perfect way for the oldest kids in elementary school to celebrate Valentine’s Day? A Valentine’s Dance with a charitable twist! At Mayport Elementary Coastal Sciences Academy, the K-Kids Club, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Jacksonville Beaches, and led by an energetic advisor, holds such a dance each year to raise funds for a number of charitable projects. K-Kids Faculty Advisor Brigitte Kimes, along with Kiwanis Club Advisor John Bates, guide this enterprising group of young people in their choices of charitable projects; added to the mix is a “sister school” in Costa Rica with whom the kids and teachers talk about projects and other cultural issues. Ms. Kimes says, “The kids have a lot of ‘say’ in what projects they choose.” In the past, the kids’ projects have ranged from creating signage to warn boaters of endangered Right Whales, helping decorate the Kiwanis’s annual Seniors Thanksgiving Dinner, and partnering with the Make-A-Wish Foundation to help young children with serious medical problems. This year, Mayport parents, Fletcher High Key Clubbers, Mayport Middle Builders Clubbers, and other Kiwanians joined in the fun, helping set up and manage the dance. Karl Price, Beaches Kiwanis President, commented, “The Kiwanis Club of Jacksonville Beaches is very proud of the accomplishments of this very active and committed group of young people here at Mayport Coastal Sciences Academy, and we encourage all our clubs to follow their example!” BIRTHDAYS /ANNIVERSARIES Happy Birthday LalRamdeen 3/6 THANK YOU READERS: Tuesday, Feb 18th- LalRamdeen and Karl Price read at the Navy Child Development Center Wednesday, Feb 19th- John Bates read at Anders Park Head Start