The six permanent Objects of Kiwanis
International were approved by Kiwanis club delegates at the 1924
International Convention in Denver, Colorado. Through the decades, they
have remained unchanged.
|To give primacy to the human and
spiritual rather than to the material values of life. |
|To encourage the daily living of the
Golden Rule in all human relationships. |
|To promote the adoption and the
application of higher social, business, and professional standards.
|To develop, by precept and example, a
more intelligent, aggressive, and serviceable citizenship.
|To provide, through Kiwanis clubs, a
practical means to form enduring friendships, to render altruistic
service, and to build better communities. |
|To cooperate in creating and maintaining
that sound public opinion and high idealism which make possible the
increase of righteousness, justice, patriotism, and goodwill.
November 11th--Veterans Day--Put out Flags.
November 12th--No Regular Meeting This Week
November 19th--DJ Stubben--Teen Christmas
November 26--Thanksgiving Day--No Meeting
Meeting 6:00 P.M.***--Key
High School Key Club hosting at Trinity United Methodist Church.
regular meeting. Interclub meeting with Canyon Palo Duro Kiwanis Club
October 22--Dale Thompson-Affiliated
October 8-Melissa Dailey-Downtown Amarillo Inc.-Update on MPEV-Q &
October 1-Installation Banquet-Trinity United
September 24-Glenn Bearden, Texas/Oklahoma District Convention Report
will be meeting at their office, for breakfast and tour.
Bruce Mosley is the new Executive Director and will
be introduced to us.
September 10-Susie Akers, Meals on Wheels
September 3-April Leming, The Bridge
August 27-Chris Dizer, Palo Duro Student--Texas
Panhandle Honor Flight
August 20-Connie Garcia, Martha’s Home
August 13-Eveline Rivers, Sunshine Cottage
August 6-Nancy Brent, Amarillo College adult students Program
July 30-FIELD TRIP: Meeting to be held at High Plains Children’s Home
July 23- Randall County Judge Ernie Houdashell
July 16-Amarillo Agency on Aging
Whitsell, United Way
July 2--Gilbert Guzman- International Convention Report
June 25-Melisa Martinez--Panhandle Promise Project
June 18-Josh Kouri-- Pastor, Trinity United Methodist Church
June 11-Joy Chandler, Camp Alphie-Fund raiser for
June 4--Gary Molberg--President of Amarillo Chamber of Commerce
May 28-Marla Clark, Camp Alphie-Board President
May 21-Jim Childers, Potter-Randall Appraisal District
May 14-Melissa Dailey, Executive Director Downtown
May 07-Terrry Easterling, Potter County Probation
April 30-Brooks Boyett, Mission2540
April 23-Craig Howard, High Plains Children’s Home
April 16-NO REGULAR
MEETING-WILL INTERCLUB WITH Canyon Palo Duro Kiwanis
April 09-Donnie Lane, City Church
April 02-Jimmy Lackey, Kids Inc.
March 25-Nancy Tanner--Potter County Judge
March 19-Shelley Cunningham, Ronald McDonald House
March 12-Capt. Chris Forbis, Randall County Sheriff’s
February 26-Jim Ziolkowski, Amarillo Chapter of TX Ramp Project
February 12---Tradewind Elementary will be hosting our meeting--------6:30 AM at the School
February 5-Mary Kay Phelan, Lt. Governor
January 29 –Ellen Robertson-Green, Amarillo City Council
January 22nd--No Meeting--Inclement Weather
January 08-Jeff Parsons, Amarillo Connect-Shoe Closet
December 18-Josh Kouri, Christmas
December 4-DJ Stubben, Teen
December 11- Randall High School
Show Choir-Christmas Music
November 27-Thanksgiving Day
20---Traci Rogers, No Boundaries International
November 6---Key Club Week----Randall High School Key
Club-will host our Meeting-----6:00
United Methodist Church---------PLEASE
NOTE TIME CHANGE-------------NO BREAKFAST MEETING.