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Friday, June 3, 2011
My Waterloo Days are an important part of our popping schedule. This article talks about how they are experimenting with a new location.
Look at the last word in the article to see how engrained Kiwanis has become in this event.
Wednesday, June 1, 2011
We had another excellent turnout - I counted 27 plus 1 guest.
A welcome to Doug Nefzer a guest and prospective member. Doug was a guest of Dean Dryer. Doug is married with 2 children and is the Business Director for CF Schools.
Congratulations to the Jerry and Jane Slykhuis and to Ned and Ruth Ratekin on their anniversary's.
Happy Birthday to Roger and Michael.
Gil reported the 4th Street Cruise popping contributed $ 1,300 to the Savings Account.
He also reported 19 Rough Risers were there working.
We need participation from ALL to meet our manpower needs for Waterloo
Days. We will pop our Kettlecorn in Waterloo Expo Park on
- Thursday 10 - midnight
- Friday 10 - midnight
- Saturday 10 - midnight
- Sunday 10 - 5:00
The Board, at yesterdays meeting, agreed to contribute $ 100 to the Back to
the School project and $ 200 to The Healthy Cedar Valley Coalition. These
donations had not been previously budgeted.
Jane requested that when you schedule a speaker you give her the mailing
address so she can send a Thank You card.
Sue discussed the Kiwanis International Eliminate project that will be
kicked off next month. The objective of this project is to eliminate
maternal and neonatal tetanus. For more on this go to
We will no doubt be involved with this project in the coming year(s).
Our greeter next week is Marv Heller and our program will focus on the
By the way, Rod has put together and impressive line-up for June:
- CF Lutheran Home on the 15th
- The Girl Scouts on the 22nd
- Strengthening Families (an Extension Program) on the 29th.
Have Your Best Week Ever - see you at the Rough Risers' kettlecorn tent in Waterloo.