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David Taylor, CEO of the United Way of McLean County.
7/14/2014

David Taylor, CEO of the United Way of McLean County was born and raised in...

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Dr. Richard Wilson, president of Illinois Wesleyan University.
7/7/2014
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Monday’s presentation was given by Dr. Richard...

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Larry Stevig, board chairman & Dr. Trina Scott, executive director of Immanuel Health Center
6/30/2014
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Monday’s presentation was given by of the Immanuel...

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Benjamin Franklin, portrayed by Larry Pennie
6/23/2014
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 Larry Pennie portrayed and recounted the life of Benjamin...

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John Grabo, chief executive officer of the Bloomington-Normal Economic Development Council.
6/16/2014
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 John Grabo, chief executive officer of the Bloomington-Normal...

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  Kiwanis Club Of Bloomington, Illinois

 Next meeting: Monday, August 4, 2014 / 12:00 PM-1:00 PM

DoubleTree Hotel 
10 Brickyard Drive
Bloomington, IL 

Vasudha Pinnamaraju, Executive Director,

McLean County Regional Planning Commission

 

Introduction:   Fran Strebing

Response:  Dean Messinger

Invocation: Wally Yoder

 


 

II District Convention

Thursday August 7 - Sunday August 10, 2014

Registration Fee $50 per member; $85 couple
• Discounted meal prices throughout the weekend
• Discount on Thursday Conklin Dinner Theater Outing
• Entertainment Friday & Saturday Evenings
• Educational Opportunities, Hospitality and 
• Most of all, FUN!!
 
Some convention highlights…
• Golf Outing FUNdraiser on Thursday (contact Rusty DePew)
• Special “hands-on” service project
• Visit to Conklin Dinner Theater
• Spastic Paralysis Research Foundation Amador Awards/Parade of Love
• Recognition of Walter Zeller Fellows
 

All Kiwanis Corn Belters baseball game

Wednesday August 13th at 7:00 PM

contact Diana Hauman for tickets


Don Vinson Foster Family Picnic,  Sat, Aug 16th.


 

EliMiNate project

Consider a donation to the Kiwanis International signature project, the EliMiNate project , which seeks to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus around the world. If our club raises $5,000, they will make a $10,000 gift, totaling $15,000 for a donation from our club. If you are interested in making a gift, please contact Jerry Ringer or Andrea Raycraft. Forms are available for anyone interested in setting up an automatic charge each month to their credit card or deduction from their bank account. Checks can be made payable to the Kiwanis International Foundation, but please submit your payments through Andrea so our club gets credit for the donation.