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FUTURE ROCKY MOUNTAIN DISTRICT EVENTSDISTRICT CONVENTION2012 2012 Alamosa, CO Longmont , Colorado August 02-05 February 17-19
THE OBJECTS OF KIWANISTo give primacy to the human and spiritual, rather than to the material values of life. To encourage the daily living of the Golden Rule in all human relationships. To promote the adoption and the application of higher social, business, and professional standards. To develop, by precept and example, a more intelligent, aggressive, and serviceable citizenship. To provide, through Kiwanis clubs, a practical means to form enduring friendships, to render altruistic service, and to build better communities. To cooperate in creating and maintaining that sound public opinion and high idealism, which make possible the increase of righteousness, justice, patriotism, and goodwill. Adopted at the 1924 International Convention and rededicated at the International Conventions in 1974 and 1999, held in Denver, Colorado.
MIDWINTER CONFERENCE FUTURE KIWANIS INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS2012 2013 2011 2011 2012 New Orleans June 28 - July 1 Vancouver, British Columbia June 26 - 30
KEY LEADER WEEKENDSMountain Chalet, Aspen Oct 07 - Oct 09 Windy Peak Outdoor Lab School Oct 14 - Oct 16Key Club District Convention
Apr 13 - Apr 15
ROCKY MOUNTAIN DISTRICT KIWANIS FOUNDATION BOARD 2010-2011
President Immediate Past Pres. Vice President Secretary Treasurer
Jack Forhan, Denver Tech Center Ted Bohlen, Alliance Dave Webster, Denver Ramona Richers, Arvada-Jefferson Bob Curtis, Cheyenne Directors: Paulette Barney, Golden Nuggets Joe Breman, Grand Junction Dan Cook, Denver Tech Center Steve Cooper, Castle Rock Bill Flint, Ute Pass/Woodland Park Dick Lisseveld, Alameda West Jean Marchand, Loveland Gold K Bill Miller, Ute Pass/Woodland Park Thom Nolan, Lakewood Neal Price, Alameda West Dave Rogers, Foothills Boulder Ron Seybold, Alamosa Marti Walker, Colorado Springs Gaylen Williams, Loveland Ex-officio: Governor Bert West, Ute Pass/Woodland Park Governor Elect Bob Garretson, Ft. CollinsEyeopeners Past Governor Kelly Steck James, Lakewood 28
Kiwanis International President Sylvester Neal 2010-2011
DIVISION CAUCUSESClubs with representation of seven or less will need to find a corner to meet in or hotel lobby or poolside or under a tree or not at all. 2:00 p.m. - 2:45 p.m. Division Caucuses Saturday Afternoon Div 1 None Div 2 None Div 3 None Div 4 Hospitality Suite Div 5 None Div 6 None Div 7 None Div 8 None Div 9 Centennial Div 10 None Div 11 Divide Div 12 Fremont Div 13 None Div 14 Gold Camp Div 15 El Paso Div 16 Avondale Div 17 None Div 18 None Remember, at this division caucus you should also start the selection process for electing your Lt. Governor for 2012-2013 if you have not already done so.
Syl has belonged to the Kiwanis Club of The Valley, Auburn since 2003. He is a former member of the Kiwanis Clubs of Anchorage and Fairbanks, Alaska, and earned Kiwanian of the Year honors four times. He served as governor of the Pacific Northwest District in 2002-03. He is a life member of Kiwanis International and a Diamond-level George F. Hixson Fellow of the Kiwanis International Foundation. Before joining the international board, Syl served on international committees for youth services, Childrens Miracle Network Telethon, Kiwanis membership diversity, and membership growth-North America. Syl is a retired Alaska state fire marshal. In addition to his involvement in Kiwanis, he has chaired the Alaska State Fire Commission on Fire Prevention and Control and served on the board of Alaskans for Drug Free Youth and two community college boards. He has also held volunteer positions with United Way, Special Olympics and served as chairman of the Alaska Fallen Firefighters Memorial fundraising committee. He is an ordained deacon in his church and received the Citizen Volunteer Award from the Anchorage School District. Syl and his wife, Doris, are parents of five children and have seven grandchildren.
Kiwanis KidsKiwanis Kids includes three programs for elementary school students between the ages of 6 and 12. In each, the lessons of leadership and self-development are introduced through learning to plan, setting goals, working with others, and celebrating successes. The programs are broken into three components: service, character education, and academic achievement.
Patriotic & Other Songs GOD BLESS AMERICAGod bless America Land that I love. Stand beside her and guide her Through the night with a light from above. From the mountains, to the prairies, To the oceans, white with foam. God bless America, my home sweet home
STEPHEN T. HILLKiwanis Club of Norwalk, Connecticut Kiwanis International Trustee and Counselor to the Rocky Mountain District
Star-Spangled BannerO! say can you see by the dawn's early light What so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming. Whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight, O'er the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming. And the rockets' red glare, the bombs bursting in air, Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there. Oh, say does that star-spangled banner yet wave O'er the land of the free an the home of the brave.
AULD LANG SYNEShould auld acquaintance be forgot, and never brot to mind? Should auld acquaintance be forgot, And days of auld lang syne. For auld lang syne, my dear, For auld lang syne; Well take a cup o kindness yet For auld lang syne
Stephen T. Hill of Milford, Connecticut, was elected to a three-year term as a trustee of Kiwanis International (KI) in July 2011 at the 96th annual international convention in Geneva, Switzerland. Stephen is a member of the Norwalk, Connecticut, Kiwanis Club where he has served as distinguished club president and secretary, treasurer and Key Club advisor. He was distinguished governor of the New England District in 2001-02 and served the district as finance and fundraising chairman, as well as new-club building chairman; and treasurer, finance chairman and board member of the Kiwanis Foundation of New England. He is the recipient of the district foundations Cantor Level Red Jacket and the Key Club Key of Honor. In 2002, he served on the international membership growth and new-club building committee. A Hixson fellow, Stephen is a Tablet of Honor recipient and is a member of the Heritage Society of the Kiwanis International Foundation. Outside of Kiwanis, Stephen is the owner of Stephen T. Hill, PC, a certified public accounting firm. He has served as treasurer of the Norwalk YMCA for nine years and the Mid Fairfield Child Guidance Center for five years. He also is a Past Master and Mason of the Year of Ansantawae Lodge No. 89 in Milford, Connecticut, and is board chairman and mentor to a local Masonic teenaged girls youth group. Stephen and his wife, Michelle, have one daughter.
Builders ClubKiwanis International empowers people at every stage of life to become competent, capable, and compassionate leaders by helping them learn to help others. Through its Service Leadership Programs, Kiwanis enables its youngest leaders to serve their communities, opening doors for them to change the world. Builders Club is the largest service organization for middle school students (ages 12 to 14), and is student led. Community-based Builders Clubs also may be established at community facilities such as churches and libraries. 35,000 members worldwide 1,500 clubs in five countries 26
DISTRICT COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSONS 2010-2011Past Intl President Admin Boundaries Aktion Club Builders Clubs Bulletin Editor Bylaws and Resolutions Circle K Administrator Club Leadership Education Community Services District Convention Finance and Fundraising Human & Spiritual International Convention K-Kids Administrator Key Club Administrator Key Leader Administrator Kiwanis International Foundation Kiwanis Pediatric Trauma Institute Membership Growth Mid-Winter Conference Past District Governors Personnel Public Relations Risk Management Stars of Tomorrow Youth Services Website Young Children: Priority One Noris Lusche, Foothills Golden K Pam Bilby, Lakeside/Wheat Ridge Carl Shinn, Arvada Dawn Ignatius,Ute Pass/Woodland Park Pam Bilby, Lakeside/Wheat Ridge Tom Sullivan, Lakewood David Meyer, Castle Rock Russ Adsit, South Denver Helen Pietranczyk, Ken-Caryl Pam Bilby, Lakeside/Wheat Ridge Bob Garretson, Ft. Collins Eye Openers Dick Lisseveld, Alameda West Bob Garretson, Ft. Collins Eye Openers Erma Steck, Lakewood David L. Harris, Alameda West Barb Fuller, Alameda West Bill Flint, Ute Pass/Woodland Park Theresa Rapstine, Denver Kelly Steck James, Lakewood Pam Bilby and Ramona Richers Rich Emerson Kelly Steck James Margy Greer Larry Howell, Ft. Collins Eye Openers Warren Mitchell, Greeley Andy Steck, Lakewood Rogers Coke III, Golden Nuggets Paulette Barney, Golden Nuggets
IN MEMORIAM 2010-2011Abbot Allen Alley Anderson Baxter Bjorklund Bollacker Brannan Brooks Coleman Cooper Cumpsten Dubois Eade Emmanual Fournier Gendreizig Graham Greene Hanna Hendrickson Inman Kaye Lange Layborn Lumm Mallory Mathison Montgomery Moore Neas Nelson Phillips Price Slough Thomas Towater Wakefield Wride Wysock Yeager Young Zachman Gean Clark Larry Walter Robert Guy Brian Stephen Walter Nelli Gordon Linda Edward William Robert Joseph Hank Keith Dr. Fred Audrey Fred Donald Jim Ralph Hale Joe Elgin E. Donald Ross Irlan William Jack Neal Virgil Richard Audrey Terry Anne Bernard Lawrence Frank Young James Brighton Cheyenne Monte Vista Evergreen Casper Golden K Thermopolis Englewood Green Mountain Pikes Peak Delta Pueblo Windsor Golden South Denver Durango Rampart Range Pikes Peak Steel City, Pueblo South Denver Englewood Denver Club Longmont Jackson Loveland Golden K Fort Collins Evergreen Grand Junction Cheyenne Alamosa Estes Park Steamboat Spr