Standing in for Anthony Portantino,
Clyde Hemphill asked for volunteers
for the Dog and Cat Vaccination
Clinic next Thursday, June 16.
Paul Westmoreland will have some
InterClubs scheduled soon, and last
month an additional six members attended
their first InterClub this Kiwanis year
and had their picture removed from the
Harriet Hammons reminded everyone
about the June Social this
Friday, with dinner at Damons and Pajama
Game at the Glendale Center Theater.
She also mentioned the Summer Social
on July 10th, Sunday
afternoon at the Toffels.
Regarding our Club Literacy Program,
Harriet showed the Club Book
Labels which will go in all books
donated to the schools. In addition to
the 15% discount provided by Once
Upon a Time bookstore, Maureen
(the owner) added several extra
books at no charge to the Verdugo
Woodlands book bag.
Hal Crockett updated us on a
joint contribution we have made with the
AM Club the KI World Link. Our combined
$350 contribution will provide start-up
funding for a new Kiwanis Club in Latin
Bachy asked everyone to consider
putting coins or cash into the Childrens’
Hospital table buckets.
Pat Anderson recommended the June
23rd Tri-Chamber Mixer
at the Valley Sun. Kiwanis Aloha
Shirts will go along with the
Hawaiian theme. The mixer starts at
5:30 p.m. and will feature Polynesian
food and a Mai Tai bar.
introduced JPL’s John Koppedge,
who proceeded to give us a wonderful
visual tour of the Cassini Mission to
Saturn. John had spectacular
images of Saturn, the rings around
Saturn, and several Saturn moons. The
Cassini was launched in 1997, flew past
Venus in 1998-99, and went into orbit
around Saturn a year ago. The program
time passed much too quickly, and
John graciously stayed to answer
John Koppedge, Guest Speaker
more information click here:
JPL Saturn Web site
Pat Anderson …
Happy to have Bill Watts back
and feeling better.
Ken Lowe …
Happy he can see so much better
since his cataract surgery last week.
Also Happy he was able to present
a $1,000 scholarship from our Club to
Key Clubber Carrie Arboleda.
Carrie was Key Club Lt. Governor and
received many awards this last year.
Clyde Hemphill …
Sad (on Bill Watts’
account) because the iced tea glasses
were small again.
… Happy he got rid of his nose
bandage (although Paul claimed
Joel Smith said Paul looked
better with the bandage). Also
Happy/Proud he had lost 25 pounds
in the last six weeks.
Joan Peters …
Happy she could present two $750
scholarships from our Club to Flintridge
Prep’s Key Clubbers Candace Markley
and Amanda Kain. Also
Happy because the Key Club collected
donations of $135 at the Soap Box Derby
George Lutes …
Happy that two of the Terrific Kids
were also in his K-Kids Club.
Prez Daryal …
Happy Dinuba is still providing a
good education. A recent high school
graduate received a full, four-year
scholarship at Princeton and all
expenses for both undergraduate and
graduate work from the Bill and Melinda
tunes by Martha Crockett, Ed
Moulton leading God Bless
America, Hi Neighbor and
salute by Paul Westmoreland
“raincheck” on the inspiration due to
introduced his neighbor and potential
member, Scott Fuller.
reintroduced Wendy Gayner
right hand) and Stephanie
hand) from the LCF Chamber office.
introduced all the Palm Crest
and their parents. Each child was asked
what they wanted to be when they grow
up. Raya Choi
likes arts and crafts and might be a
teacher. Siera Ford
become a marine biologist.
to become a fashion designer.
animals and wants to be a veterinarian.
like a business career.
honest … he doesn’t know yet.
to be a professional baseball player.
like to become an architect.
Terrific Kids and their parents.
(Click on Picture for Large Picture)
We’ve Missed You
and We’re Glad To See You: Bill Watts
some real color in his cheeks) and
Master of the
Cash Box: Jack Dawson
wants to be a Smart Ass when he grows
Al Perry, Sr.
June 2nd. His 54th
was worth a 2nd Century Club
this year. Al Perry, Jr.
one coming up on June 10th.
Birthdays: Al Perry,
Jr. on May 19th; he
joined the Century Club again.
Jelly Roll Revelation:
has bought ANOTHER new car … a Lexus
Hybrid SUV. With all the gas savings,
had some extra cash for the
Children of the World.
After a emergency 911 blond joke,
Carl Christensen challenged with a
chimpanzee/blond woman tale and
George Lutes recalled a chipmunk in
Las Vegas. Carl got the most
laughs and won the prize.
Guest Stephanie Brashears held
the lucky number. Will Pat sell
tickets next week?
President Paul Westmoreland,
President-Elect Frank Ragazzi, Vice
Secretary Howard Backer,
Treasurer Jim Ackland, Immediate
Carl Christensen, Diane
DellaValle, Clyde Hemphill, Jeb Long,
George Lutes, Bob Martin,
Melinda Thompson, Bill
Watts, Lloyd Welch
COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN for 2004-2005
Attendance – George
Lutes, Finance & Investment – Daryal
Gant, Historian – Bob Martin,
Hospitality & Welfare – Frosty Boyd,
House – Mel Wilson, Information Data
Base – Joel Smith, InterClubs – Paul
Westmoreland, Membership – Bob
Wallace, Newsletter – Melinda
Thompson, Parliamentarian – Clyde
Hemphill, Programs – Frank Ragazzi,
Publicity – Diane DellaValle,
Social – Harriet
Hammons, Web-site – Jeb Long
FOUNDATION COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN for
Community Services – Carl
Christensen and Mike Leininger, Fund
Raising – Sylvia Kirkorian,
Human and Spiritual
Values – Al Restivo, International
Understanding – Hal Crockett,
Reading Assistance –
Harriet Hammons, Soap Box Derby – Joel
Smith, Sponsored Youth: LCHS Key Club
– Ken Lowe, Flintridge Prep Key Club –
Joan Peters, Builders Club – Open,
K-Kids – George Lutes, Terrific Kids –
Ed Moulton, Travel Adventures – Frank &
Vi Ragazzi, Wine and Gourmet Food
Tasting – Don Corbett and Joan Peters,
Youth Services – Bachy Bachmayer
The Kiwanis Club of La Cañada meets every Wednesday at Noon