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Title: New Member Orientation Kiwanis Club of Hopkinsville, KY www.hopkinsvillekiwanis.org


1
New Member Orientation Kiwanis Club of
Hopkinsville, KY www.hopkinsvillekiwanis.org
Kiwanis
International
2
Kiwanis
International
  • Purpose
  • Defining Statement
  • To improve lives through fellowship in service
    worldwide.
  • Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers
    dedicated to changing the world one child and one
    community at a time.

3
Kiwanis
  • Founded in 1915
  • 8,400 Kiwanis clubs in 96 countries
  • Motto Serving the Children of the World
  • The organizations International Office is in
    Indianapolis,
  • Indiana.

4
Membership Growth Goal One Million Members By 2015
  • In North America, for every 1,000 people there
    are
  • 19 children under the age of 6 living in
    poverty.
  • In North America, for every 1,000 people there is
  • 1 Kiwanian.
  • There is a great need.
  • Thank you for being a part of the solution!

5
Membership Benefits
  • Change childrens lives.
  • Improve the community and the world.
  • Build friendships.
  • Enhance leadership skills.
  • Develop business contacts.
  • Receive Kiwanis magazine and club
    communications.
  • Enjoy discounts and promotions.
  • Insurance coverage for Kiwanis club projects.

6
Expectations of Members
  • Attend club meetings regularly.
  • Participate in club service and fund-raising
    projects.
  • Share the experience with others.
  • Demonstrate pride of membership.
  • Encourage others to join.
  • Pay dues in a timely manner.

7
Club Fees
  • New Member Fee 90 (one-time fee)
  • 16.50 Kiwanis Apron personalized with first
    name
  • 3.50 Members Pin
  • 50.00 Kiwanis International Fee
  • 20.00 K-T District Fee
  • Annual Dues 360.00 - Billed at 90 per quarter
  • 61.90 Kiwanis International Dues
  • 20.00 K-T District Dues
  • Meals at weekly meetings

8
Organization Structure
Kiwanis International is the worldwide
organization to which each Kiwanis club and
member belongs. It is administered by the Kiwanis
International Board of Trustees.
Our District is 1of 48 districts in Kiwanis
International. Our Division is 1of 19 divisions
in the district. Our Club is 1of 11 clubs in our
division.
9
Our District
KT DISTRICT

10
Our Division
Division 14 Number of clubs in the
division 11 Lt. Governor Kevin Laughlin,
Bowling Green, KY.
11
About Our Club
  • Charter date January 24, 1922
  • Current Membership 105
  • Meetings War Memorial Bldg
  • Thursdays at noon

12
Our Club Officers
President Charlie Ramsey President-Elect
Barbara Ptaszek Vice-President Carter
Hendricks Secretary Wally Lyon Treasurer
Phil Camp Past President John Jones
13
Our Club Directors
Steve Barrios, Sr. 2009-2011 Steve Buttram
2010-2011 Lisa Selbe 2009-2011 Kris Williams
2009-2011 Dawn Francis 2010-2012 Lee Gregory
2010-2012 Tom Steiner 2010-2012 Angie Strader
2010-2012
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Club Committees
  • Community Services
  • Sponsored Youth Programs
  • Young Children Priority One
  • Human and Spiritual Values
  • Youth Services
  • Membership
  • Club Cash (Fundraising)
  • Interclubs
  • Military Affairs
  • Programs
  • Risk Management
  • War Memorial Commission
  • Warm the Children
  • Soap Box Derby
  • Public Relations

15
CLUB CASH COMMITTEE Chair Carter Hendricks
  • Pancake Breakfast (February)
  • Christmas Ornaments
  • Mixed Nuts
  • Soap Box Derby
  • 100 OF PROFIT GOES TO SERVICE PROJECTS

16
CLUB PROGRAMS Chair Lee Bevill Tom Steiner
  • The committee is responsible for providing the
    club with educational, informative, entertaining
    and fun programs for regular club meetings. The
    committee schedules community or club guests to
    speak on topics of interest to the community and
    in support of Kiwanis activities.

17
COMMUNITY SERVICES Chair Lisa Selbe
  • Community Services Projects
  • Hopkinsville-Christian County Leadership Program
  • Community Reader Day
  • United Way
  • WSH Valentine Party
  • War Memorial Commission
  • Adopt-A-Spot

18
HUMAN SPIRITUAL VALUES Chair Vicky Rowe
  • The committee should implement projects that
    support spiritual development, provide human
    companionship and comfort, or offer guidance and
    counseling. Projects can encourage interfaith
    and interdenominational religious activity, but
    should not support a specific religious sect.
    Projects may include prayer breakfasts,
    inspirational or spiritual moments or
    reflections, visits to nursing homes and support
    of grief counseling.

19
Human Spiritual Values
  • Human Spiritual Values
  • Salvation Army (Soup Kitchen)
  • Salvation Army (Capital Campaign)
  • Habitat For Humanity
  • Kiwanis Prayer Breakfast/Lunch
  • Spiritual Inspirational Moments During Club
    Meetings

20
INTERCLUBS Chair Sandi Thompson
  • An interclub is when 4 members visit another
    Kiwanis Club or Kiwanis Family Club Meeting.
  • Goal for 2010-2011
  • Have 22 interclub visits
  • Visit each club in our district

21
MEMBERSHIP GROWTH EDUCATION Chair Laura
Hughes
  • The committee should strive to increase
    membership according to the standards provided by
    the by-laws. The committee should develop plans
    for an active membership recruitment campaign and
    help in the education and retention of members.
    The committee should also develop an effective
    orientation and induction ceremony for new
    members and promote regular attendance by all
    club members at club meeting.

22
MILITARY AFFAIRS Chair Kelli Pendleton
  • The committee is responsible for providing
    support and activities involving the military and
    their families. Support includes recognition of
    military personnel (Soldier of the Quarter/Year,
    NCO of the Quarter/Year), special speakers,
    special luncheons, AUSA membership and providing
    help and assistance with the annual Christmas
    Party for military children, etc.

23
Military Affairs
  • Military Affairs
  • Fort Campbell CSM Luncheon
  • Fort Campbell Soldier NCO of the Quarter
  • Fort Campbell Soldier NCO of the Year
  • Fort Campbell Christmas Party
  • AUSA Membership

24
PUBLIC RELATIONS Chair Tony Winfield
  • The committee is responsible for helping to
    ensure that the public receives, through media
    and other means, the objectives, goals, programs
    and achievements of Kiwanis International and the
    club.
  • The committee is responsible for preparing the
    weekly club bulletin, yearly club brochure, club
    website and scrapbook.

25
SOAP BOX DERBY Chairs Wally Lyon
  • The committee is responsible for coordinating
    all of the efforts of the annual Soap Box Derby
    event as well as seeking community and all
    Kiwanians support and help with this service
    project.
  • www.hopkinsvillesoapbox.com

26
SPONSORED YOUTH COMMITTEE Chair John Jones
  • The committee shall devise ways and means to
    establish and support K-Kids, Builders, Key and
    Circle K clubs. The committee is also
    responsible for establishing and maintaining
    Bringing Up Grades (BUG), Terrific Kids, Key
    Leadership programs and scholarships.

27
Sponsored Youth Programs
  • Christian County High School Key Club
  • Hopkinsville High School Key Club
  • Heritage Christian Academy Key Club
  • University Heights Academy Key Club
  • Christian County Middle School Builders Club
  • Belmont K-Kids Club
  • Boys Girls Club K-Kids Club
  • Lacy Elementary K-Kids Club
  • Martin Luther King K-Kids Club
  • Millbrooke Elementary K-Kids Club
  • Pembroke Elementary K-Kids Club
  • Sinking Fork Elementary K-Kids Club

28
WARM THE CHILDREN Chair Willie Renshaw
Mike Kissner
  • The committee is responsible for coordinating
    all of the efforts of the annual Warm The
    Children campaign as well as seeking community
    and all Kiwanians support and help with this most
    worthy and special service project.

29
Warm the Children
  • Warm the Children
  • Take approx. 200 children shopping for warm
    clothes.
  • Since 1995, 205,615 has been raised with 2,328
    children helped.
  • Joint effort with the Kentucky New Era and the
    Salvation Army.

30
YOUTH SERVICES Chair Marion Adams
  • The committee shall implement and support
    projects that address school-aged youth.
    Projects can address academics, advocacy career
    exploration, character education and citizenship,
    club activities, health, hobbies, leadership
    development, literacy, mentoring, prevention of
    drug abuse, or sports and recreation.

31
Youth Services
Youth Services
  • Bud Hudson Football
  • YMCA
  • Literacy Council
  • 4-H Activities
  • Dyslexia
  • Youth Art Exhibition
  • Project Graduation
  • Boys Scouts
  • Girl Scouts
  • Citizenship Award
  • Big Brothers/Big Sisters
  • Rotary Student Loan Fund

32
YOUNG CHILDREN PRIORITY ONE Chair Ruth Ann
Rettie
  • The committee should implement projects for
    children, prenatal through age five. Projects
    can address maternal and child health, childcare,
    early development, nutrition, parenting education
    and support, advocacy, pediatric trauma or
    safety. Popular projects include encouraging
    literacy, assisting childcare and preschool
    programs, distributing home-safety checklists,
    bicycle safety programs and assisting with
    immunizations.

33
YCPO
  • Young Children Priority One (YCPO)
  • Sanctuary Inc.
  • Car Seat Program
  • International Foundation
  • Books For Kids
  • Center for Courageous Kids

34
Club Administration
  • Our club membership votes on
  • Election of club officers and directors.
  • Amendments to club bylaws.
  • The Board of Directors
  • Determines club policies.
  • Approves club projects.
  • Approves and controls club budget.
  • Manages the club.

35
Board of Directors Meeting
Provides an opportunity to be involved in the
decisions affecting club administration. Day
1st Tuesday of each month Time Noon Location
Pennyroyal Hospice Board Room We encourage
members who are not on the board to attend
meetings.
36
Finances/Budgeting
  • Administrative Account
  • Income Club dues, meal charges, new member
    fees, happy dollars.
  • Expenses Club Administration/International
    District Conventions.
  • Service Account
  • Income from public fund-raising projects or
    contributions and cannot be used to pay
    administrative expenses of the club.

37
Conventions
The Annual Kiwanis International Convention is an
excellent event, which allows clubs from around
the world to exchange ideas, participate in
forums, and share fellowship. The District
Convention is the kickoff for the new Kiwanis
year, which runs from October to September. Club
officers and interested members attend. The
District Mid-Year Conference gives members an
opportunity to attend classes and forums about
club operation and other exciting topics.
38
Kiwanis International Foundation
  • Charitable fund-raising entity of Kiwanis
    International.
  • Funds grants for activities and programs.
  • Worldwide assistance
  • 911 Victims Childrens Fund
  • Tsunami relief
  • Hurricanes in the Gulf Coast
  • Typhoons in the Philippines
  • Earthquakes in El Salvador and Taiwan
  • Eradicate Iodine Deficiency Disorder (IDD)
  • Annual Club Gift Campaign

39
Our Club Awards
  • Awarded the Salvation Army Bell for collecting
    the most money during the kettle campaign for the
    past 10 years vs. the Rotary Club.
  • The Hixson Award is named in honor of George F.
    Hixson, the first Kiwanis International
    President. A 1,000 contribution is made on
    behalf of the award recipients.
  • The Kiwanian of the Year Award is presented to
    honor a member for outstanding service to the
    club each year.

40
Hixson Award Recipients
  • 1995 W. A. Schmidt
  • 1995 Colonel Bob Koob
  • 1998 Bob Cayce
  • 1998 Michael Watts
  • 1999 Duard Thurman
  • 2000 Willie Renshaw
  • 2001 Bob Haile
  • 2002 Roger Jeffers
  • 2003 Charles Sowell
  • 2004 D.D. Cayce
  • 2004 Mark Johnson
  • 2005 Wally Lyon
  • 2006 George Pyle
  • 2007 Phil Camp
  • 2008 Charlie Ramsey
  • 2009 Tony Winfield
  • 2010 Sandi Thompson
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