|Drury Kiwanis Club 2009 Kiwanis One Day Activities|
Feedback was very positive, names were taken for two prospective members and we managed
also to sell some tickets for an upcoming fashion parade.
The Kiwanis Club of Drury chose to get out into the local community on
4 April, 2009, by holding a stall outside of the Drury shops. The purpose
was to get the Kiwanis name out there and to acknowledge our commitment to
Division 10 Lt. Governor and club member Faye Blank hands out
Lt. Governor Faye Blank handed out a large quantity of Kiwanis balloons and
candy to passing children. Kiwanis promotional pamphlets were given to parents and
for good measure our members had been cooking up a storm in the kitchen making cakes
and preserves to sell on the stall.
Nine members worked on the stall and as always some of the best Kiwanis fellowship
is found on this type of project. Twelve members provided cakes and preserves for
the stall which raised nearly $400. This was later presented to
Plunket for the
purchase of child car restraints.
Helpers left to right: Gay McNamara, Stella Penn, Jill Lawson,
Pauline Gallagher, Annette Castle and Lt. Governor Faye Blank.
Feedback was very positive, names were taken for two prospective members and we managed also to sell some tickets for an upcoming fashion parade.
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