AMARILLO HI-PLAINS KIWANIS CLUB

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AMARILLO HI-PLAINS KIWANIS CLUB

Serving Amarillo, Texas since 1971         P.O. Box 1644 Amarillo, Texas 79105

 

 

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WE SUPPORT:

RANDALL HIGH SCHOOL KEY CLUB

Palo Duro High School Key Club

Amarillo ISD Partners In Education:

Oak Dale Elementary School

Tradewind Elementary School

Make a Wish

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TURN CENTER

 

Meals On Wheels of Amarillo, Texas Inc.

Ronald McDonald House Charities

Maverick Boys & Girls Club

Martha's Home

The Salvation Army - Amarillo-High Plains

KACV TV

LIFE CHALLENGE OF AMARILLO
 

THE HALI PROJECT

The Panhandle Promise Project of Amarillo

7 Star Therapeutic Riding Center - Amarillo, Texas

100 Club of Amarillo

HIGH PLAINS PUBLIC RADIO

Welcome Pardner

 

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The April/May 2015 Kiwanis magazine cover features a saxophone player from the Kiwanis Circus Palace in the Germany District.

The March 2015 Kiwanis magazine cover featuring children from Destiny Orphanage and School in Uganda.

Kiwanis Magazine

WELCOME!

Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world one child and one community at a time.

We are always looking for service and community-minded individuals to join us in service to the Amarillo area.

 

Kiwanis Objects

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.

bulletTo give primacy to the human and spiritual rather than to the material values of life.
bulletTo encourage the daily living of the Golden Rule in all human relationships.
bulletTo promote the adoption and the application of higher social, business, and professional standards.
bulletTo develop, by precept and example, a more intelligent, aggressive, and serviceable citizenship.
bulletTo provide, through Kiwanis clubs, a practical means to form enduring friendships, to render altruistic service, and to build better communities.
bulletTo cooperate in creating and maintaining that sound public opinion and high idealism which make possible the increase of righteousness, justice, patriotism, and goodwill.

Club Meeting Programs

2016

 

February 18th--Beth Duke--Center City Amarillo

 

Past Programs

February 4th--Dale Thompson--Affiliated Foods Inc.

January 28th---Mayor Paul Harpole will introduce Interim City Manager Terry Childers.

January 21st--Gwen Murphy, 7 Star Therapeutic Center

Jan. 14-Joette Campbell, Family Support Services-

January 7th--Eric Miller, Amarillo Convention and Visitors Council

 

2015

Dec. 17-Josh Kouri, Pastor Trinity United Methodist Church

November 26--Thanksgiving Day--No Meeting

November 19th--DJ Stubben--Teen Christmas

November 12th--No Regular Meeting This Week

November 11th--Veterans Day--Put out Flags.

November 5th--****Dinner Meeting 6:00 P.M.***--Key Club Week--Randall High School Key Club hosting at Trinity United Methodist Church.

October 29th--No regular meeting.  Interclub meeting with Canyon Palo Duro Kiwanis Club in Canyon.

October 22--Dale Thompson-Affiliated Foods Inc.

October 8-Melissa Dailey-Downtown Amarillo Inc.-Update on MPEV-Q & A

October 1-Installation Banquet-Trinity United Methodist

September 24-Glenn Bearden, Texas/Oklahoma District Convention Report

September-17-Turn Center--We 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

 

   

Amarillo Hi-Plains Kiwanis Club meets every Thursday Morning at 6:30 AM at Trinity United Methodist Church located at 3402 South Jackson Street in Amarillo, Texas.

 

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Kiwansi International 100 years, 1915-2015

 

 

 

 

2015 Programs

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

July 9-Jeff 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 Snak-Pak-For Kids

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 Amarillo, Inc.

May 07-Terrry Easterling, Potter County Probation Officer

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 Office

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 Division 33

January 29 –Ellen Robertson-Green, Amarillo City Council

January 22nd--No Meeting--Inclement Weather Conditions

January 08-Jeff Parsons, Amarillo Connect-Shoe Closet

 

Date Modified 02/10/2016       

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