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Here is an excerpt from the  Club's latest newsletter.  For a full newsletter, including pictures,  and past editions, click here.

Looking Forward... 

Thursday, December 11 Next meeting

Santa Night, December 12, 2014 Warm up your voices for the enjoyable evening of festive celebration, on and off Santa's multi-horsepower sleigh.  Gathering will be at 5:00 (details to be presented by Super Santa Jeff Shank later this week.)

December 17 Board Meeting at One Canal Street, Suite 303; 7:15 a.m.

December 18  Kiwanis Yankee Swap  $20 limit; skip the scratch tickets and go easy on the booze.

Another valiant try produced no Ace of Spades, even though the assembly graciously yielded the power of the draw to guest, Liss Ventura.

The Club is still grasping wildly for the elusive one.



Liss Ventura remarked early in her acceptance speech for Citizenship that her experiences as a member of Junior ROTC at Lawrence High School were wonderful and she appreciated the opportunity to serve through its auspices. 

She has earned the rank of Lieutenant Colonel and leads one of the special service cadres.

Liss plans to attend college, destination yet unknown.


"The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others."  -- Mahatma Gandhi

Glenn Rogers presented a portrait of Algeria during the meeting.  Click here for the slideshow.


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