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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
March 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
July 7 – Susan Waller: Kiwanis Club of Pullman has a rich history of serving the community. Member Sue Waller will share some early history, and details about Kiwanians who made vital contributions.
July 14 – WSU ROAR, about to begin its fifth year, is a post-secondary education program for students with intellectual or developmental disabilities. It engages the WSU and Pullman communities.
July 21 – RJ Lott came to Pullman as city Planning Director. He is now the Community Development Director. He will give club members an update on some ongoing projects, both short- and long-term.
July 28 – Joe Harris will introduce pickleball, fastest growing coed sport in USA, at SUNNYSIDE PARK – see it in action!! Bring a lawn chair!!
Program Chair: Brandon Chapman
August 4 – Carolyn Ross, WSU professor and chair of Food Science: Food texture sensitivities, particularly in children with Down syndrome.
August 11 – Stuff the Bus: The official launch of the annual Kiwanis school supplies drive.
August 18 – Rueben Mayes, chief development and external affairs officer at Pullman Regional Hospital on the importance of philanthropy and community support on improving the hospital.
August 25 – Dayna Cooper, Whitman County Humane Society, will present on the WCHS work and their needs, particularly with feral cats
Program Chair: Larry Clark
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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