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17: Chester Kiwanis:
Meeting, Program: Cyrus Brane, Presquile Park10: Chester Kiwanis:
Meeting, Program: Gen Robert Flores (ret) Hispanic Culture in America09: Chester Kiwanis
December 9, 2012
Starts -Chester YMCA
Ends - Chester Village Green
Click For:Parade Line-Up OrderFlyerRegistration(doc
)Registration(pdf)Reminders and Instructions(pdf)
DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES - DECEMBER 1
26: Chester Kiwanis:
Meeting, Program: Dr Debbie Sydow, President of Richard Bland College
November 26, 2012:
Our guest speaker was Dr Debbie Sydow, President of Richard Bland College. The Liberal Arts and Sciences College has 1,500 students, of which 21 Percent are from Chesterfield. Through operational efficiencies, Richard Bland has the lowest tuition of any college in Virginia. Starting in 2008, Richard Bland began to house some students on campus. They now house 250 students. The school has recenting hired a Sports Director to create an inter-collegiate sports program. For more information on Richard Bland, click http://www.rbc.edu/
.19: Chester Kiwanis:
Meeting, Program: Mark Giles, Make-a-Wish12: Chester Kiwanis:
November 12, 2012.
Our guest speaker was Leonard McAdams a financial advisor for Edward Jones. Leonard has been a member of the Kiwanis Club of Colonial Heights for 33 years. His office is located on Lee Street across the street from our meeting location where he manages the Kiwanis Club of Chester Foundation funds. Leonard provided his annual update on how club funds have been invested and the rate of return from the investments. The club has been fortunate that Leonard and his firm have managed to achieve positive over the few years. May of wish our portfolios would have grown at the rate of the Kiwanis Club of Chester Foundation. For more information, click to contact Leonard at:https://www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index.html&CIRN=81138105: Chester Kiwanis:
Meeting, No program- Board Meeting
05: Chester Kiwanis: Meeting, No program- Board Meeting
29: Chester Kiwanis: Meeting cancelled due to weather forecast
27: Chester Kiwanis
5k Run & 1 Mile Run/Walk
October 27, 2012
8:00 AM StartClick Here to View Race ResultsRiteAid Drug Store
parking lot on Rt. 10 Map
4408 W Hundred Rd Chester, VA 23831.
" for online registration
October 22, 2012: Members of the Kiwanis Club of Chester and family members stuff envelopments for the Chester 5K Race participants this Saturday.
15: Chester Kiwanis: Meeting
October 8, 2012.
Ed Montgomery who previously visited our club on January 25, 2010 was again our guest speaker. By trade, Ed has been a handyman and licensed commercial builder. In November 2008, Ed's dentist advised him to see a specialist concerning swelling of his lymph nodes on his neck. Ed went on to discover that he had throat cancer. Ed described his ordeals with having his cancer treated through recent advancements in treating cancer. Ed went under chemo therapy and suffered many side-effects including loss of hair, loss of taste, trouble with salivary glands, trouble swallowing, weight loss, and other sicknesses. Ed showed the brass and silver filters used during radiation therapy where he underwent eight weeks of treatments. During this time, Ed became aware of caringbridge.org where he developed a web site to stay in touch with his family and friends. As many have found with serious illnesses, family and friends may be hesitate to communicate often as not to disturb the patient. Though the use of the CaringBridge web technology, patients have an easier time staying in communication and relaying progress and soliciting support. Since his sickness, Ed has run marathons and most enjoys the 1500. He recently won an award for his age group and will compete next year in Hershey, PA. To learn more about Ed's compelling story of surviving cancer, please click here to view his web site where you can also order his book "Ed, It was Malignant" on Amazon http://www.amazon.com/Ed-It-Was-Malignant-ebook/dp/B002SBA06S
or follow Ed's current activities on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ed-It-Was-Malignant/194199986462
01: Chester Kiwanis:
October 1, 2012. Outgoing Club Treasurer Bob Cassada (L) presents outgoing Club President John Howsmon (R) with the Kiwanis Capital District Life Membership award.
September 201224: Chester Kiwanis:
Meeting19: The Colonial Heights Kiwanis Club
will conduct their Annual Shrimp Feast
at the Appomattox Small Boat Harbor in Petersburg. The
details are attached
. They sell tickets in advance of the feast; none are
sold at the entrance on the 19th. If you need tickets, please call
(Martha Gunter, 520-5008) Tickets are also available at Citizens Bank
and Trust at the entrance to Southpark Mall. Thanks! 17: Chester Kiwanis
: Installation of Club Officers Night at Howletts. 6:30 PM.Noelle Grosso accepts Kiwanian of the Year Award from outgoing President John Howsmon
September 17, 2012:
The Kiwanis Club of Chester held their annual Installation of Officers Banquet at Howlett's Restaurant. The club welcomed members of the Thomas Dale High School Key and Keyette Clubs, members from Petersburg Kiwanis and special guest Division 18 Lt. Governor Ron Revish.10: Chester Kiwanis
: Meeting, Board Meeting, no meal tonight03: Chester Kiwanis:
No Meeting in lieu of Labor Day
30: Chester Kiwanis: 27: Chester Kiwanis:
MeetingKathy Jentgen, Executive Director of the Chester YMCA
August 27, 2012. Guest speaker Kathy Jentgen, Executive Director of the Chester YMCA is presented with a $500 check and club pen from Kiwanis President John Howsmon.
23-26: Capital District Convention Hyatt Regency Reston, VA
21: YMCA Bright Beginnings at 5:30pm at the Chester Target store.
20: Chester Kiwanis: Social Meeting. In lieu of a meeting, we will have a “PotLuck at the Pavilion”. Meet your fellow Kiwanians, spouses and/orsignificant others for a dinner and games at the pavilion behind the Chester Y(close to the pond). The club will provide a main dish, drinks and plates, etc.Please bring a side dish, salad or dessert and join us for fun, beginning at6:30. Rumor has it there will be ice cream!
Please RSVP to John Howsmon by email, text or phone (437-4414) by theend of the week so we can have general head count. Also, if you are recruiting someone or have someone in mindto join our club, this is a great way to have them get to know us. All are welcome.14: Kiwanis Club of West Point's
Annual Crabfeast 5:00 PM14: Kiwanis Club of Petersburg:
Buffett Lunch: 12:00 PM, $11.00. Olde Towne Catering, 9 Old Street, Petersburg, VA. Division 18 Clubs. You're invited to a special occasion! Joining will be District Governot Jeffrey Wolff, HOV Trustee Betty Bell, Division 18 Lt Governor Gus Lamond. RSVP not later than close of business riday August 10. Contact Don Schroeder, firstname.lastname@example.org
, 804-732-523313: Chester Kiwanis:
Meeting06: Chester Kiwanis:
Meeting, Board MeetingPresident-Elect Tom Sokol
August 6, 2012. President-Elect Tom Sokol prepares to lead the club meeting tonight in absence of club President John Howsmon. Tom provided an in-depth analysis of a club survey. Tom also announced committee heads/members for his upcoming term in office beginning this September.
Meeting23: Chester Kiwanis:
Meeting, Program:L to R: Wayne Stuart, Key Club President Colin Neil, VP Kristen Coker and Marshall Henry
July 23, 2012. Thomas Dale High School Key Club President Colin Neil and Vice President Kristen Coker addressed the club to provide updates on the Key Club's service projects for the year. We welcomed several Members from the Kiwanis Club of Hopewell who joined us for an Inter-Club meeting. The club members sang Happy Birthday to Walt Carter.
17: Chester Kiwanis Interclub Meeting with Kiwanis Club of Hopewell. Tuesday morning, the 17th, we have aninterclub opportunity with a breakfast meeting with the Hopewell club. Thei rmeeting begins at 7:30. President John Howsmon will be driving a carpool from Rivers Bend ShoppingCenter (where Cesare’s is located), leaving there promptly at 7:15. Call him you would like to reserve a seat or hear any additional details:437-441409: Chester Kiwanis: Meeting
16: Chester Kiwanis: No Meeting, Roundtable call-in
02: Chester Kiwanis: Meeting, Board Meeting
Kiwanis International Convention Renaissance Arts Hotel, New Orleans, LA18: Chester Kiwanis:
Social Meeting11: 10th Annual Ft Lee Band Concert
Monday June 11, 2012
7:00 PM - Chester Village GreenClick for Flyer11: Chester Kiwanis: No Meeting in lieu of Concert on the Green
09: James River Cleanup Community Service event
is set from 9am-1pm (check-in @ 8:30).
So far we have the following members attending:
· Thomas Sokol
· Wayne Stuart
· Marshall Henry
· Ron Jaeckle
· Ed Thompson
· Noelle Grosso
· Rick Dodson
· Gary Burleigh
· Hank Dvorak
· Joshua Cole03:
40th Anniversary of our Charter Night
21: Chester Kiwanis:
May 21, 2012.
Our guest speaker was Scott Brown who provided an update for the Ft Lee Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC). The US Army Garrison at Ft Lee ocuppies 5,907 acres and has grown from 7.5 million square feet of facilities to 14 million after BRAC. During BRAC, the base has grown from 16 thousand to 44,500 personnel and 113,000 go through Ft Lee each year. BRAC established 56 new buildings, four major renovations, provides 21st Centrury Class Rooms with 400 sustainment courses. BRAC had a budget of $1.2 billiion and came in $100 million under budget. Of the 38 major contracts, 65 percent of them were awarded to Virginia businesses. Our area is lucky to have the Ft Lee facility close and we appreciate the work of Scott Brown and the Staff at Ft Lee. To learn more about BRAC and Ft Lee, click http://www.connectsouthside.org/Portals/2/Outside%20Reports/BRAC%20Community%20Update%2024%20Feb%2011.pdf16: Petersburg Kiwanis Clubs:
28th annual Shrimp Feast. 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM at Richard Bland College Pecan Grove. Tickets $25. For ticket information, call 804-733-0123. Click for Flyer
. Click for Sponsorship Form
.14: Chester Kiwanis:
May 14, 2012. Left George "Bubba" Bowles, Senior Engineer Chesterfield Department of Utilities. Center Ron Jaeckle Club Programs Chair. Right Roy Covington, Director, Chesterfiled Department of Utilities. Roy Covington presented an overview of the water and waste management activities for our county. Chesterfield County has won awards for excellence in the quality of our water and waste facilities The Department of Utilities is a self sustaining enterprise and does not use county tax dollars. The department derives its revenues from customer water and sewer bills. With a AAA bond rating among the highest in the country, the department provides a cost competitive service in comparison to surrounding areas. Roy described the reason why Lake Chesdin's water level went so low during the 2010 drought in comparison to the worse 2002 drought and what the county has done to make it more unlikely that will occur in the future. For more information for the Chesterfield Department of Utilities, please click http://www.chesterfield.gov/utilities/.
30: Kiwanis Club of Chester:
Meeting, Program:April 30, 2012: Guest Speaker John Torrence from Gideons InternationalApril 30, 2012:
Guest Speaker Robert Campbell of Gideons International
For more information concerning Gideons International, click: http://www.gideons.org/23:
Club's Annual meeting and elections
April 23, 2012. Our guest speaker Rory Strum with the Bensley Bermuda Rescue Squad. Rory was presented an annual donation from our club for the rescue squad operations.
April 23, 2012.
President John Howsmon (C) presented Kiwanis Legion of Honor certificates to our Club Charter members Joe Hillier (L) and Guy Smith (R). The certificates commended them for their 40 years of service to Kiwanis and our community
April 23, 2012. In a rare photo op, past-president Gary Burliegh donated a dollar to the club's sheriff's fund.
02: Kiwanis Club of Chester: will celebrate its 40th Anniversary with a dinner at Howlett's Restaurant & Tavern, 3530 Festival Park Plaza, Chester Village Green on Monday, April 2, 2012 at 6:30 p.m. Come hear stories from our Charter Members and celebrate the rich history of Kiwanis' 40 years of community service to Chester. The banquet menu for dinner is a choice of:
Chicken Cordon Bleu
served w/tossed salad, baked potato, freshly baked bread and soft drink.
Cost: Including meal, tax and gratuity is under $30.00
Please let Joan Benton and/or President John know at the next meeting if you (and your spouse or friend) will be attending and your menu selection. If you do not make it to the March 19th meeting you can rsvp to Rick Dodson via email. [I will be out of town from Thursday, Mar 15 until late Monday Mar 19th.]
Due to the nature of the event business casual dress as a minimum would be appreciated.
26: Kiwans Club of Chester:
March 26, 2012.
The club welcomed Lt. Governor Gus Lamond who provided an update on division activities. Gus will be presenting to us at our meeting on April 30.19: Kiwanis Club of Chester:
Meeting, Program:Click Photo
March 17, 2012. Several members of the Kiwanis Club of Chester cleaned up Route 10 in Chester today. From left to right: Joshua Cole, Guy Smith, Kate Wiltsie, Marshall Henry and Wayne Stuart.
12: Chester Kiwanis: Meeting, program: Mark Landa from Bouevard Flower Gardens and tv personality unconfirmed include Del Kirk Cox... Kathy Jentsen (Chester YMCA)...Henry
Kidd local historical artist and author of new book on The Crater...
March 12, 2012.
The club was pleased to induct two new members. Member Noelle Grosso (left) sponsored new member Janice Kaiser (2nd from left). Janice is a retired School Counselor and Educator. Member Ron Jaeckle (2nd from right) sponsored new member Chris Bates (middle) who works facility maintenance at Fort Lee. Club president John Howsmon is pictured on right.05: Chester Kiwanis:
Meeting, Board Meeting:Click Photo
March 5, 2012. Club President John Howsmon addresses the club on board meeting night.