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Horace Alexander Young, Dave Snider, and Dave Jarvis play jazz at Pullman Kiwanis

Horace Alexander Young, Dave Snider, and Dave Jarvis play jazz for the holidays at Pullman Kiwanis.

 

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ALERT – CLUB MEETINGS: Kiwanis meetings are now hybrid – in person at the Gladish View Room (bring one’s own lunch) or joining by Zoom (codes in the weekly enewsletter). Look forward to seeing you! Guests and new members are always welcome!  Please contact us if you’d like to join the Zoom program.


PULLMAN KIWANIS CENTENNIAL MONTH – March 2022
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Kiwanis Club of Pullman 100 YearsMarch 3 – Mayor Glenn Johnson kicked off Centennial month, on the importance of Kiwanis to Pullman
March 10 – Pullman Kiwanis by the Decades: Sue Kreikemeier organized a unique & fun way to tell our history.
March 17 – Let’s Get Growing: Francis Benjamin described how to tell our club’s story for new member recruitment.
March 24 – Centennial Celebration – Sandra Woodrow introduced members to share what Kiwanis means to them.
March 31 – WSU Coach Brian Green, in his 3rd season, updated us on Cougar baseball – the team and new fan services.
Program Chair: Barbara Petura

September 2022
September 1 – Nick Garner, Student-Athlete Development and Alumni Engagement Coordinator, WSU, on Name, Image, and Likeness: The new era of college athletics
September 8 – Chris Duke, Executive Director, The Phoenix Conservancy, on Restoring Endangered Ecosystems: Palouse Prairie – Great Plains – Madagascar – Goats
September 15 – Brittney Swensen, Executive Director, Pullman Community Council on Aging, on Helping Seniors Stay Longer in Their Home: Meals-on-Wheels – Senior Chore Service
September 22 – Speaker TBA, on Pullman Regional Hospital Bond: Better Access to Exceptional Health Care
September 29 – Sandra Woodrow, President, Pullman Kiwanis, on Pullman Kiwanis Goal Setting
Program Chair – Francis Benjamin

October 2022
October 6 – Rob Goff from Corbeill’s Funeral Home, Pullman, speaking about pre-planning options
October 13 – TBA
October 20 – Sophia Dunlap, a dietician and community nutrition advisor at Pullman Regional Hospital,
October 27 – Dan Owens, newly appointed Director of Neill Public Library, with updates on what’s happening there.
Program Chair: Sue Kreikemeier

> History of Pullman Kiwanis Programs back to June 2002

Program Chairs for 2022: Megan Guido – January / Jeff Guyette – February / Barbara Petura – March, Pullman Kiwanis Club Centennial / Stephanie Pierce – April / Ted Weatherly – May / Mary Schweitzer – June / Brandon Chapman – July / Larry Clark – August / Francis Benjamin – September / Sue Kreikemeier – October / Bob Clark – November / Bill Skavdahl – December NOTE: Devon Felsted is overall 2022 Program Committee Chair

Program Chairs for 2021: Devon Felsted – January / Ginger Flynn – February /  Jeff Guyette – March / Shannon Focht – April / Ted Weatherly – May / Barbara Petura – June / Stephanie Pierce – July / Larry Clark – August / Francis Benjamin – September / Sue Kreikemeier – October / Bob Clark – November / Bill Skavdahl – December
NOTE: Lenore Turman is overall 2021 Program Committee Chair

Program Chairs for 2020: Lenore Turman – January. Barbara Petura – February. Jeff Guyett – March. Ted Weatherly – April. Sandra Woodrow – May. Denise Snider – June. Eileen Macoll – July. Larry Clark – August. Francis Benjamin – September. Shannon Focht – October. Bob Clark – November. And Bill Skavdahl – December.
NOTE: Lenore Turman is overall 2020 Program Committee Chair

Program Chairs for 2019: Mary Schweitzer – January; Ted Weatherly – February; Jeff Guyett – March; Larry Clark – April; Sandra Woodrow- May; Barbara Petura – June; Julie Smitt – July; Eileen Macoll – August; Francis Benjamin – September; Kerry Swanson – October; Bob Clark – November; Bill Skavdahl – December

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Pullman Chamber of Commerce director Marie Dymkoski presents at a 2015 Pullman Kiwanis meeting.

Pullman Chamber of Commerce director Marie Dymkoski presents at a 2015 Pullman Kiwanis meeting.

Other club programs:

Stuff the Bus School Supplies Drive

Gently Used Musical Instrument Drive

Pancake Breakfast and Music Fest

Students of the Month

Community Service Recognition Award