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Lieutenant Governor

 

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International Trustee

 

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District Trustee

 

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Kiwanis Club of Orillia

 

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Kiwanis Club of Barrie

 

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Kiwanis Club of Meaford

 

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Kiwanis Club of Owen Sound

 

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Kiwanis Club of Barrie

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Kiwanis Club of Huntsville Muskoka

 

 

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The Kiwanis Club of Huntsville Muskoka

President Brittany Robbins is looking forward to the next quarter of her club's first year. She chairs their meetings at Bullock’s Independent on 1st and 3rd Tuesdays, alternating between dinner and luncheon meetings. She is happy to announce that membership now sits at 22. On February 6th, LG Stephanie will formally induct their two newest members.

The club is proud to be hosting the Division 8 DCM on April 28th. There will be more information to follow closer to the event. Please mark your calendars now to take part.

At the microphone, IPG Phil Rossy officially announces the club being chartered. To his left is LG Stephanie Worthington. To his right is Club President Brittany Robbins.

A very successful Charter Night was attended by our sister clubs in Division 8. The Kiwanis Club of Barrie and our sponsoring club, the Kiwanis Club of Orillia both supported us with a table of eight attendees as well as made financial donations. The Kiwanis Clubs of Owen Sound and Meaford both sent letters of congratulations and cheques for our Service Account as well. The support is greatly appreciated.

Special guests included IPG Phil Rossy and his wife Dianne, Division 10 Lt. Governor Terry McLaren and his wife Pam along with an inter-club from the KC of Scott’s Plains and Peterborough.

IPG Phil Rossy officially presented the club banner to P Brittany. He and LG Stephanie presented the charter members with their pins and membership certificates. It was a wonderful evening made possible through the efforts of many.

The club is actively involving itself in the community. They gave to the children of the 'Circles Group', who helps families living in poverty trying to get ahead. It is supported by a network of people around them in the community. Kiwanis joined them this Christmas.

Four children received $50 gift card for Walmart where they could

choose toys or clothes.

One teen received $50 gift card for Bluenotes to get clothes.. she was shocked!! Needless to say, Kiwanis was a big hit with much clapping and cheering!!

Christmas would not have been complete without the club entering a float in the Huntsville Santa Claus Parade. Candies were shared along the route. It was a huge success and a great introduction for some to the presence of Kiwanis in town.

The club has lots of ideas in the planning stages including:

  • Maplefest ‘Sap Run’ races (April 21st) helping Rotary with the pancake breakfast

  • ‘Dinner for 2 tickets - ready to go for end of February and drawn at the Firefighter’s Pike Tournament, June 3rd. Proceeds will go towards Accessible Playground at Huntsville P.S., Salvation Army Youth Services as well as ‘Girlz Unplugged’ & ‘Boys Quest’ programs through YWCA Muskoka.

  • Charity BBQ w/ Independent Grocers, Huntsville

  • Kiwanis ‘Black Fly’ Wine Tasting Dinner (May 5th)

  • Tri-Muskoka Weekend (July 7-8th)

  • Initiating formal talks now for SLP to start in September