Listing of Committees:
Coordinate Farm City Week in November . Keep aware of activities in community Kiwanis could be involved in. Survey community leaders to determine unmet needs.
Young Children Priority #1
Implement projects to children, prenatal to age five, to address maternal and child health, child care, early development, nutrition, parenting education and support, advocacy, pediatric trauma, or safety. Projects may include encouraging literacy, assisting child care and Head Start, distributing home-safety checklists, education public about shaken baby syndrome and building or repairing playgrounds. urvey community leaders, health department, etc to identify unmet needs. IDD world service project. Read around the world - February.
Manage Terrific Kids program, or projects to school-aged youth, addressing academics, advocacy, career exploration, character education, citizenship, club activities, health, hobbies, leadership development, literacy, mentoring, prevention of drug abuse, or sports and recreation. Screen requests for support or donations and make recommendation to board.
Develop ties and joint activities with Key Club, Builders Clubs, etc. Coordinate pancake day with Key Club.Attend Key Club meetings. Welcome and introduce Key Club members attending Kiwanis Club meeting.
Determine scholarship recipients, amounts, etc. Plan and conduct scholarship night, program speaker, etc.
Human and Spiritual Values
Schedule members for invocation each week. Plan and conduct pastor's night, speaker, etc. Implement projects that support spiritual development, provide human companionship and comfort, or offer counseling and guidance. Encourage interfaith and interdenominational religious activity, such as prayer, but should not support a specific religious sect. Prayer breakfasts, layman of the year award, transportation to religious services, visits to nursing homes, and support of grief counseling.
Line up members to provide interesting programs organized on calendar theme. Written confirmation in advance and Thank you notes afterwards to speakers. Provide schedule of speaker topics to Klarion to promote meetings.
Schedule members to lead songs at each meeting. Provide name of leader to president in advance.
Inform press of newsworthy Kiwanis activities, new officers, awards, goals, etc. Line up coverage for pancake day.
Recognize members who in the news, receiving special recognition, etc. Plan an outing for Kiwanians and their families.
Schedule members to greet, particularly new members Provide name badges for guest. Make list of guests for president before call to order. Encourage members to buy split the pot tickets.
Set up and take down supervision.Have prize for speaker available.Check PA system, AV, etc.
Increase membership in club.Plan and conduct inductions and orientation of new members. New company spotlight program.
Insure compliance with bylaws, etc. Run elections.
Harvey Wood/Eddie Burks
Publish Klarion.Check with committee chairs for articles Secure sponsorship for mailings.
Plan for American Legion and Copperheads baseball concession, advertising, sponsors, special programs, etc.. Legion Baseball recognition program.
Charles Lee - Pancake Day Info
Visit all clubs in division once during the year, with 4 members at each visit. Call club to be visited in advance. Report to board or club about visit.
Schedule members to volunteer with the Salvation Army to ring the bell around Christmas time.
Adopt a Highway
On hold during highway upgrade.
Collect money and manage accounts and budget.