We had a visit from the Glendora High Key Club this week. About a dozen of their 100 members and their advisor, were on hand to bring us up to speed on what they have been doing. They have worked with Unicef, done blood drives for City of Hope, had dog food drives, and just [...]CONTINUE READING →
You asked for it, you got it. First and foremost: when someone asks “why should I join?” (translation, “what’s in it for me?”), what’s our standard answer? Do we have one? Shouldn’t we develop one so that no one says the wrong thing? I’ve read the attached thoroughly. Now, I’m painfully blunt, but I love [...]CONTINUE READING →
This week we had our business meeting. We did not have any visitors and only had about 20 members in attendance. A large part of our focus during our business meeting had to do with membership. Why members join and what is their input and participation in our club events. Business meetings are important for [...]CONTINUE READING →
The most fun you can have in a car while it’s standing still
Sunday evenings at 6:00 p.m. at the Finkbiner Park Bandshell • The Glendora Kiwanis Club is generously co-sponsoring the 2013 Summer Series of Concerts in the Park. Performances are held in the Bandshell at Finkbiner Park in the Oak Grove area. Concerts are held at 6:00 p.m. every Sunday. Pack a picnic dinner, bring your [...]
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As always, Kiwanis will have a booth at the City’s annual Halloween Carnival.