the lives of 100 Babies” month
Tuesday, March 4 Youth Summit at New Balance, 9:30 through lunch.
Thursday, March 6 Citizenship Award to a North Andover High School
student, plus a special surprise
The Board voted to award Family Services $500 as our entry
fee for four bowlers into their fund raising event at Pilgrim
Lanes, 600 Primrose Street, Haverhill, on Friday, March 7.
The Divisional Caucus will be held on Wednesday, March 12th at Maria's Family
Restaurant, 81 Essex Street, Haverhill, at 6:30pm for Divisions
10 and 11. Cost is 20.00 which includes a buffet style dinner.
Please send as many delegates from your club as possible, as
we need 2/3 of all clubs represented for a quorum, and if there
are any nominations we can open the floor or you may contact me
as soon as possible if anyone is interested in stepping up for
me in Division 10. -- Nathan Webster
Thursday, March 13 Annual joint meeting with Rotary, this year hosted by
our Club at lunch; wearing of the green is recommended.
Tuesday, March 18 Reading at the Leahy
Thursday, March 20 Citizenship Award to a Central Catholic High School
Friday, March 21 Reading at the Hennessey
The 2014 AFE
Spelling Bee will be held on Friday,
April 11, at 7:00 pm at Doherty Middle School.
Kiwanis will have an entry.
Wednesday, April 30
Saturday May 3 Bike Rodeo in the morning and early afternoon
followed by the Challenge Unlimited fund raising walk-run from
4:00 p.m. to the end, at Spenser's. Cost of only $35 to
Gary did it again!!
He drew the Ace of Spades from the raffle deck and walked
off with another big prize. We need to handicap him
in the future. He, alone, must draw two Ace of
Spades from the deck at the same time to win. For
that opportunity he will have to put in twice the entry
fee each week.
"On Monday evening
we had our monthly conference call to review our progress
for The Eliminate Project.
Listed below are the key
messages to share with all your clubs and presidents.
Are we communicating with clubs and club coordinators and
presidents? Are they responding to you?
Are we asking the clubs to become a Model Club, Silver ,
Bronze. Note we have 6 Clubs at Bronze or better and
eleven on the verge to become a Model Club.
114 clubs have given to The Eliminate Project. Please
remember to thank them.
The Governors goals for this year is Growth and support of
the Eliminate Project with 100% participation. Note:
Danvers gained two members because they heard about the
Eliminate Project and wanted to help save lives.
March is “Save the lives of 100 Babies” month with a
donation of $180 to the project. Please ask your clubs and
its members to participate this month.
This is good way
for the 41 clubs that have not yet donated to help
save lives. If all clubs participate we can save 27,900
Attached is a complete
recap of our conference call for those that are
Thank you all for your
efforts to save lives.
Destiny Soto, our Student of the Month for February,
of the Wetherbee School, with her father and the certificate she
received from the Club in recognition of her achievements.
Besides the certificate the Club awards a book gift
certificate worth fifty dollars to the student and $150 to the
PTA of the school.
"Destiny is a
model student. She plays basketball for the Wetherbee
School, the YMCA and another team out of Melrose. Even
with all of her commitments, she comes to school prepared
each and every day. Destiny is mature, kind, hard working
and serves as an example to her fellow classmates. When it
came time to give this honor to a fifth grade student the
decision was made unanimously and without hesitation.
It could not go to a more deserving student." -- Jodi