from January 19 DCM
Fullerton – The club has one
new member. They held their Angel Shopping Spree in December and
treated 40 kids to new clothing. The club is holding its first 5K
walk-a-thon on April 8th. It will start and end at the Boys & Girls
Club (main branch). Volunteers are needed to monitor all
La Habra – Members of the club went Christmas caroling at
the La Habra Convalescent Center. They gift wrapped for three days
at the Barnes and Noble bookstore this year. The club also wrapped
gifts and served pancakes at the Korean Youth Center. The club’s
BUG Dinner is February 1st at the La Habra Community Center. There
are shifts available to volunteer between 2:30-9:30pm.
Placentia – The club has one prospective new member. In
March, they will be serving pancakes for the Little League and
REACH. On April 8th, the club will be participating in the
Placentia Library’s Easter Eggstravaganza.
La Mirada – The club will be hosting the annual Spaghetti
Dinner for Meals on Wheels on February 10th. The club could use SLP
help for it as well as the Little League Pancake breakfast on March
4th. The club is holding a Quartermania (admin) fundraiser on Feb.
18th at the Volunteer Center. All are welcomed to attend. The Duck
Race will be held on April 15th but at the lake at La Mirada
Cypress – Three members attended the recent Key Club
Conclave. On January 28th, the club will be providing a pancake
breakfast for the PTSA Council and will also be serving pancakes at
Landell Elementary on Feb. 17th.
La Palma – Mits reported that the Orange County Register
fundraiser will yield about $1,600. They did a pancake breakfast at
HOPE Project in Cypress. In December, the club distributed food
baskets and toys to 46 families. In February, the club will be
holding a pancake breakfast at Walker Junior High.
Greater Anaheim – Ed thanked everyone for attending their
Thanksgiving breakfast. They have two new members and hope to add
five or six. The club is working with the Anaheim Public Library
system in different capacities, including three of its members
reading to students. The club is focusing on its 50th Anniversary
of its All Star Baseball Game. (A few facts about the All Star
Baseball Game over the years: 137 of the high school participants
have made it to the major leagues, including two in the Baseball
Hall of Fame and a recent World Series Champion.) The club reported
that at a December meeting, members of the Rotary club were invited
and the two clubs exchanged ideas in the hopes of collaborating on
Mid-Year Conference South Hotel Deadline Extended
to Friday, February 10!
Great news! If you've been thinking about attending
the Mid-Year Conference South in Riverside on March 4, the
conference hotel has extended their deadline to February 10!
Make your hotel reservation at the Marriott Riverside at the
Convention Center or call the reservation desk at (800) 228-9290
and be sure to mention Kiwanis Mid-Year Conference South to receive
the conference rate of $130, if you book by Friday, February 10.
Dates to Remember
Regular Registration Deadline: February 17, 2017
100% Club Registration form - deadline: February 17,
Host Division Club Registration form - deadline:
February 17, 2017
Be sure to mention the Kiwanis Mid-Year Conference
South to receive the discounted rate of $130 per night.)