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Great Meeting This Morning - 04/06/2017
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We had 2 wonderful presentations this morning. First we heard from Teen Parent Connection Representative Ariana Carlson. It id so wonderful how they are empowering young parents. Then we heard about what is happening at the Outreach House, Walk In Ministry, and First Things First. Both organization are doing a great job serving those in need in our community.

Our Village is doig well! - 03/21/2017
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Recently, William Heniff, the Director of the Village of Lombard's Community Development Department was our guest speaker.  Wow. great things are happening in our town.  There are new business opening and new housing complexes scheduled in the next year.  We also have added bike lanes and green space.  Way to go Lombard! 

White Elephant Surprise - 03/19/2017
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Every club has its own culture.  One of our "unique" traits is our White Elephant Raffle.  We do it at the end of each meeting as a way of having folks "donate" to our administrative budget.  Participants receive a raffle ticket and the winner claims the current gift and then is required to bring one for the next meeting. These funds help support meals for guest speakers, sunshine gifts and cards, and a variety of other non-service related items.  

A few weeks ago our acting president Carole Webber  was the person designated to bring the next item.  She asks us about why it was called a while elephant.  We explained that the term...

Kiwanis Supports Healthy Kids - 02/28/2017
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Members of the Kiwanis Club of Lombard took turns "manning" a table at the 2017 Healthy Lombard Foundations February Fitness Fair.  At the table, visitors could try their luck finding The Key To Good Health - ( they had to find the correct key to open a chest filled with small bottles of water) as well as learn a little about the clubs new Mission and Vision statements.  This was an appropriate event for members since Healthy Lombard originated with members from the Lombard Club.

Club Visits Salvation Army - 02/22/2017
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On February 16th, the Salvation Army facilities in Oakbrook Terrace invited members of our club  to Breakfast as a thank you for our support financially and physically (Bell Ringing).  Those in attendace were delighted that the meal was not a pre-packaged menu but instead, hand-cooked by the Lindens.  So delicious!  Afterwards, our members were given a tour and were very impressed with all the services Salvation Army provides for those in need.

Dr. Robey Visits Club - 02/15/2017
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Recntly, our club enjoyed Superintendent Sr. Michael Robey's presenttion on Lombard Elementary School District 44's Goals and Achievements. The review provided information on both academic achievements and fiscal responsibility.

Celebrating our Lexington Ladies - 01/05/2017
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On January 3, several members of the Lombard Kiwanis Club visited with the Ladies at Lexington Square who participate in the Kiwanis International Doll Program.  During the visit, a representatives from Household of God Mission in the Philippines and our own member, Dave Gorman who makes trips to Africa, shared how the dolls created by the ladies and financially supported by our club always bring smiles and great joy to the children who receive them.

Share Your Love of Reading With Kids - 12/08/2016
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Ben Zulaf, a Literacy Teacher from Bensenville gave a wonderful presentation today to our Kiwanis Club about about Reader Engagement.  Ben had a lot of good "out of the box" ideas on how to encourage kids to READ!

Superintendent Speaks to Club - 12/01/2016
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Our club was honored with a visit from the Glenbard High School District 87 Superintendent of Schools Dr. David Larson.  Dr. Dave gave a great overview of all the wonderful things that are happing especially the new focus on encouraging more student to excel.

Finding the Correct Career - 11/11/2016
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Georgia Koch from Career Vision was our dynamic speaker this week.  She presented on a topic that had value for everyone.  Matching your abilities and interests to a career in order to be happier and successful.  Georgia's company works with individuals starting as young as high schoolers and also can help those already in the workforce find more meaningful and appropriate careers.

Kiwanis Club of Lombard installs new officers - 10/07/2016
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Bob Brunton (shown in the center of the bottom row of the group photo) was installed by Kiwanis Illinois-Eastern Iowa Past Governor Penny Linneweh, as president of the Kiwanis Club of Lombard at its quarterly service night meeting on October 6. Also installed were (bottom row l to r) President-Elect Carole Webber and Secretary Dave Gorman. In the top row are (l to r) Vice President Tim O’Hara, and Immediate Past President Greg Gron. Not pictured is Treasurer Chuck Pickerill. After the official ceremonies, the new officers joined club members and their guests in a service project. The group strung 75 bags for SCARCE to use when they distribute books and other items to school children.


Strategic Planning Project Kickoff - 09/16/2016
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We had a fantastic meeting this week.  Two of our members, Tim O'Hara and Carol Webber lead the club through the beginning of a Strategic Planning Project that we will use to define of Mission, Vision, and Value Statements.   Tim and Carol, who have extensive background in developing business plans and strategic management, have volunteered to lead our members through the same pathway used by successful corporations. Our goal is to develop our club level "I" Plan that will assist us in selecting meaningful service and fund-raising projects. We also will develop SMART Goals so that we have a meaningful strategy to achieve our objectives.  Later this month Tim...

It was a Two-fer this week - 09/10/2016
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The club heard from two interesting community-based organizations this week.  Karen Lesniak (shown in the photo) presented from NEDSRA, and Jennifer Margraf shared information about Campfire.

District 88 Superintendent Visit Club - 09/02/2016
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We had a great presentation from Dr Helton who highlights the many academic, spots, and fine arts achievements the students at Willowbrook and Addison Trail High Schools have accomplished.  We are so proud to be associated with them and Glenbard District 87.

Prarie Food Coop - 08/11/2016
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Prairie Food CoOp Executive Director Kathy Nash gave an excellent presentation today on how the CoOp was started and their plans for the future.  Tentative opening date is sometime in 2017.

It's a Threefer! - 08/04/2016
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Wow!  We had three check presentations today and heard from three fantastic speakers.  Thank you to the Food Pantry, the Police Deptartment's Torch Run, and PADS for sharing your stories with us.  We are so proud to be able to support your efforts.

Great and Easy-to-understand advise - 07/14/2016
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Our guest speaker today was Lawyer Robert Varak .  His topic, estate planning, wills & trusts was something EVERYONE needs to learn more about.  He is a great resource and is located close by in Naperville.

Three Great Presentations today! - 07/07/2016
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We had wonderful and informative presentations on July 7 from: Sarah Richardt about the Lombard Historical Society's upcoming Civil War Reinactment; Beth Rockouski talked about the programs and services offer by Carenet; and Susan Friend reviewed Seaspar and the great Balloon Ride program they sponsor at Lisle's Eyes to the Sky event.  The club members learned a lot and are pleased that we can support such great projects. 

National Day of Prayer - 05/07/2016
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We celebrated the 2016 National Day of Prayer with a wonderful Breakfast Meeting in conjunction with the Kiwanis Club of Villa Park.  Representatives from the Central DuPage and Elmhurst clubs also joined us for this special day.  The program began with a wonderful performance by the Glenbard East High School Eastwinds Vocal Ensemble. We are very grateful to these students because after entertaining our group, they had to return to their school for testing.  We were also inspired by a presentation from Steve Thompson, the former Chaplain of the Cook County Jail.  Steve's story was a strong reminder that God aleays loves us even though he knows all our faults. We would...

Trauma Teddy Visits Club - 04/15/2016
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Lt. Gallione from Lombard FD shared information about the about Trauma Teddy Program during our meeting this week. We are so happy to support this wonderful way to help kids during upsetting situation. BTW - you might be able to see it but the Kiwanis name is on Teddy's t-shirt!

Public Works Director Speaks to Club - 04/09/2016
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Village of Lombard's Public Works Director Carl Goldsmith did a great job on Thursday presenting information about the responsibilities of his office and all the great improvements they have accomplished and have in the works for our wonderful town.

Welcome Tim O'Hara - 04/01/2016
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We are so happy to announce that Tim O'Hara,  CPA, CGMA, Account Manager for peters and associates that provides full-service IT consulting, managed IT services, and integrated IT solutions in the Chicago area.  A special Thank You goes to member Georgia Tsilimigras, from Inland Bank n Lombard & Elmhurst for asking Tim to join. Go Kiwanis!


Thousands of Hours of Service - 04/01/2016
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One of the items on the agenda at our quarterly night meeting was the distribution of Presidential Service Awards.  Thanks to the great job done by Brigitte O'Brien, several of our members earned Gold, Silver, and Bronze recognition for their volunteer hours in sport of our mission to serve the children of the world.  The total for the 6 members present at the meeting was over 6,000 for 2014-2016.  Fantastic!  House Walk co-chair Mary Beth Lynch is shown in the photo receiving her award from Club President Greg Gron.

Bowl-A-Thon 2016 - 02/07/2016
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Fun, Friends, and raising funds for a good cause, Spastic Paralysis. TY to all who bowled and all who sponsored.  (We are missing Dave B. in the photo.)

Our Fabulous Key Clubbers - 02/07/2016
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Our Key Clubber joined other Division 9 groups to support the Bowl-A-Thon.  It warms the heart to see such wonderful young people care and take the time to help others.

Club Shows Supports Healthy Lombard - 01/21/2016
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Our club recently presented a check to Healthy Lombard Founder Jay Wojcik as their donation to cover the sponsorship of the Kids' Contests portion of Healthy Lombard's February Fitness Fair that will be held on February 27, 2016 at the Yorktown Mall in Lombard.  The donation is is keeping with the Kiwanis Mission of making the world a better place for kids locally and globally.  By sponsoring activities such as the Jump Rope and Hula Hoop contests, Lombard Kiwanians are showing their support of Healthy Lombard's mission to provide healthy alternatives for kids and families in our community.

Kiwanis Club of Lombard’s Vice President Robert Brunton is shown presenting...

Superintendent Updates Club - 12/19/2015
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At our last meeting for 205 we were honored to hear from Dr. Larson, the Superintendent of Glenbard High School District 87.  In addition to an update about how well the 4 Glenbard high schools are doing academically and their advances in technology, Dr. Larson also shared a video about his recent trip back to where he spent several years as a young child, Malaysia. Accompanying him on the trip was his dad and 2 sons.  The purpose of the trip was to honor his dad who was the first missionary to visit the area.

Health Department Shares Update of Services - 12/04/2015
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This week's speaker was David Hass, the DuPage Conty Health Department Information Officer.  He did a fantastic job eplaining the variety of services offered and also discussed how their newly opened Community Health Facility has expanded, through the addition of NAMI and the new, larger building, many services provided to the DuPage County Community.

Key Club Craft Show Benefits Eliminate - 11/25/2015
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The Glenbard East Key Club does it again. They put together an awesome Craft Fair with 40 exhibiters (twice the number they had last year) and will donate all the profits to ELIMINATE. And ... in addition to helping to plan and set up the event, many of the members arrived at 7 AM (not the normal time for high schoolers on a Saturday to be up and about) to help the crafters unload their products and then carry them into the cafeteria. This group is so inspiring - they truly know the meaning of servant leadership!

Key Club Power - 11/16/2015
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This photo shows some of our wonderful Key Clubbers from Glenbard East High School, Key Club Advisor Ken, and Prairie Path Project supporter Jason. They work hard this past Saturday to continue work on cleaning up and removing invasive buckthorn plants. The group (especially the girls) had a lot of fun using the tools shown in the photo and left with a feeling of pride and accomplishment. Several folks using the path took the time to stop and say Thank You to the group for all their effort.

Can You Spell SUCCESS? - 11/07/2015
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On November 7, 2015 the club held its annual Spelling Bee for Lombard-area students. What a fun event. The students were well prepared and did a great job. TY to all the parents for allowing their children to participate and TY to all the club members who volunteered to help. A very special TY to Dave Gorman and Brigitte O'Brien for chairing this event.. Finally, we want to sincerely thank Lombard Elementary 44 for allowing us to use their facilities as well as for all the support we received for this event from Superintendent Michael Roby, Asst. Superintendent Aldo Calderin and Asst. Superintendent Annetta Spychalski.

Members Attend Charter Night - 10/31/2015
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On October 29, six members of our club and one guest (Greg's beautiful wife) attended the visit of our new Illinois-Eastern Iowa Governor Penny Linneweh.  The highlight of the evening, that was coordinated by our new Division 9 Lt. Gover Hosanna Korynecky, was the chartering of the Glendale Heights Club.  As part of that ceremony each club in the division presents a gift to help the new club develop a strong foundation for service to their community.  Pictured above is our 2015-2016 Club President Greg Gron presenting the new Glendale Heights President Connie Barreras with a check for $100.  We wish much success to the newest club in Division 9 and congratulate them...

ImPact DuPage Making A Difference - 10/16/2015
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On October 15, a representative from Impact DuPsge shared with the club that in August 2013, a group of community leaders formed Impact DuPage, a county-wide initiative that will challenge partners to consider the power of a collective impact approach to influence “needle-moving” change under these circumstances.

Impact DuPage has the following goals:

  • Increase the visibility of community needs;
  • Anticipate and manage change through centralized data collection and analysis;
  • Engage the community and create broad, multi-sectoral ownership for issues impacting DuPage County residents;
  • Leverage local funding to strategically and collaboratively address priorities; and
  • Inform and define...

Dr Scott Helton Visits Club - 10/08/2015
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On October 8, 2015, the Superintendent of High School District 88 Dr Scott Helton was our guest speaker.  During his presentation, Dr. Scott showed a short video that highlighted all the fantastic achievement that have been accomplished by students from Willowbrook and Addison Trails High Schools.  We can be very proud our these future leaders.

New Sheriff in Town - 10/08/2015
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With the election of new officers for the 2015-2016 Kiwanis Year, Wayne K. has turned over the duties of Treasurer to Chuck P.  Those folks who are familiar with this office know that club members like to refer to it as the position of Sheriff because one of the duties of this job is to collect the fines when members do not have their name badge of Kiwanis pin.  

In recognition of Chuck's new role, Finance Chair Ken Wojcik presented him with his official Sheriff Pin - which really was a souvenir pin from the San Antonia International Convention in 2008.

Anyway - congratulation are extended to Chuck as well as thank you’s to Wayne.  The tradition lives on.

Welcome New Members - 09/30/2015
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The Kiwanis Club of Lombard is proud to welcome our three newest members: Aldo E. Calderin, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources and Public Relations, Lombard School District 44, Joe McCann, Director of Recreation, LOmbard Park District and Annetta Spychalski, Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning, Lombard School District 44. They are shown being installed by the 2015-2015 I-I Governor Penny Penny Linneweh.

Officers Installation - 09/30/2015
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Congratulations to our new officers for 2015-2016. Governor Penny installed (from l to r) 2015-2016 President Greg, Vice-President Bob, Secretary Dave, and Treasurer Chuck. In keeping with our mission of service, after the installation everyone present participated in a service activity - stringing bags that will be filled by our Aktion Club with school supply items members have donated. These bags will be sent to the Philippines. BTW - the dinner was delicious thanks to new President Greg supplying the sandwiches and salads from his restaurant - the Fireside Wood Fired Pizza and Cafe in La Grange.

A special TY goes out to retiring Treasurer Wayne for his great service to the club and for taking...

Key Clubber Show Their Support and Commitment - 09/20/2015
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Healthy Lombard was started in 2009-2019 by members of the Kiwanis Club of Lombard. A small group of members saw a need to address the growing problem of Childhood Obesity and who better that a group dedicated to helping kids to spearhead this movement.  About that same time the club sponsored the establishment of a Key Club at Glenbard East High School.  That group has grown in numbers are service over the years and I want to share with our club members and our community how very appreciative the Healthy Lombard Foundation is that five members of the Glenbard East Key Club volunteered to assist with our fourth and final Flat Apple Summer 2015 event. 

The students...

GBE Principal Speaks to Club - 09/10/2015
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Shahe Bagdasarian, the new principal at Glenbard East High School was our gust speaker on September 10, 2015.  Did you know one of his relatives worked on the "Chipmunk Show"?  Check out the credits next time you watch.

On a more serious note, Shahe did an excellent job sharing information on all the new options there are for GBE Students including taking College of DuPage Classes for credit while attending GBE!  He also spoke about how iPads are being used to offer students an opportunities to use a variety of educational apps AND use the iPad as their "textbooks" in many courses.

Update on Sr. Clarissa's Mission - 09/03/2015
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Nurse Mary Jane Trinkus, shared information about the Poor Household of God that for the second time in 13 months, had a super typhoon rip through the Province of Eastern Samar, this time directly hitting the town of Borongan (home to the Sisters and their children) and the surrounding area. The devastation in the Philippines is almost immeasurable. Typhoon Ruby destroyed thousands of homes and taken many lives.Fortunately, the Sisters and the children are safe. However, their homes and their vehicles were heavily damaged.

NEDSRA Visits Kiwanis - 09/03/2015
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Karen Lesniak, the Director of Fund Development, and who and has worked off and on at NEDSRA since 1983 gave members an update on NEDSRA.  The organization has been offering award-winning programs since 1977.  It respond to the expressed and observed needs of community members with disabilities and provide quality recreational choices that enhance the physical, social, mental, and emotional development of the very special people we serve.

An easy way to remember all the activities that NEDSRA supports is:

New friends and role models 

Emotional support and confidence 

Diverse social and community outings 

Special Olympics or Adaptive Sports 

Recreation choices...

August 6th meeting highlights - 08/06/2015
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The August 6th meeting had two great speakers - Silas Glisson spoke about the Food Pantry and LT Velazquez  from the Police Department talked about the Torch Run and updated us on what's going on with the Lombard Police. 

Club Thanks Home Owners - 07/30/2015
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Our July 30 Meeting honored all the wonderful community members who generously volunteered to have their house included on the 2015 Over The Threshold Kiwanis Club of Lombard House Walk.  

In addition to an overview on "What is Kiwanis," many members shared what they loved best about the club.  To make the event a little festive, we filled the Centennial Balloons with helium and added them to the fold-out Anniversary Centerpieces. 

Everyone in attendance received a "cling" Kiwanis Centennial logo for their window and a souvenir "Kiwanis fortune cookie."  (Those who took home the blue ones were cautioned that the dye in the cookie has been known...

Club Meets New District 44 Superintendent - 07/10/2015
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Dr. Michael Robey visited our club on July 9 and shared his background and some thoughts about his new role in District44.  Dr. Mike officially took the reins as of July 1, 2015 but has been interacting with district staff and the two internin superintendents who served during the 2014-2015 school term.  Our members were very impressed with Dr. Mike and wish him much success in his new position.

LFD and Campfire Presentations - 07/02/2015
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Our speakers on July 2 were Lt. Frank Gallione EMS officer of the Lombard Fire Department taking about the Paramedics, the Lombard Fire Department, and how both use the Trauma Teddy program, that we support, to comfort children when they are faced with stressful situations.

President Stephanie also shared with the club what is happening at Camp Fire!

It was a great meeting.

Great Presentation from the LHS - 06/12/2015
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Our speaker this week, Natalie Troiani, the Executive Direstor of the Lombard Historical Society, shared information about several upcoming events. Some of these included: Sun., Jun 14, History Book Discussion, 2 pm, Carriage House (behind Victorian Cottage);
Hotel Forida by Amanda Vaill, Thurs, June 25;  Sun, July 12, Civil War Medicine: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, 2pm, Carriage House and the ever popular Lombard's Civil War Reenactment on July 24 - 26.

Diane Dassow Speaks to Members - 06/05/2015
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Our speaker yesterday was Diane Dassow. She is passionate about the importance of personal histories and enjoys teaching others how to write their own life stories. To that purpose she has authored many articles, for example "Tell Your Story" and "Know Your Audience," available as free downloads. And she has given a variety of seminars and spoken about a number of topics on this subject for many organizations and events.

Diane also creates family histories by spending many, many hours interviewing and collecting data from her clients and then transforming that information into "Binding Legacies" (th neame of her company) that can be passed down from generation to...

11th House Walk - A Success! - 05/17/2015
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On Friday, May 15th we hosted the  11th "Over the Threshold, a Tour of Distinctive Lombard Homes".  The event showcases 6 Lombard Homes, each with a unique style and personality.  Local interior decorators, garden and landscape designers and floral designers worked with the homeowners to highlight the architectural, historical, and lawn/garden features.  To see the homes and read more about this event visit our facebook page.

GBE Key Club Celebrates Another Great Year - 05/16/2015
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On Thursday, May 14, 2015 our awesome Key Club at Glenbard East held its end of the year meeting. They began by thanking Ken Wojcik, the liaison from the community club, for his dedication and support as they developed their organization and leadership skills as well as for his active participation in all their projects. Ms. Reese, the GBE Advisor, did a fantastic job congratulating the current officers on a job well done and expressing her enthusiasm for the new group of officers who will take over for the 2015-2016 school term. Adding to the festivities was a slide show of all the activities the club had participated in this past year and the sharing of a great meal of Ginario Pizzas, home-made...

Two Great Speakers - 05/14/2015
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We had two great speakers this morning. Beth Roukouski from Carene and Sue Linden from Salvation Army.  Our area is very fortunate to have the services of both of these organization.

Governor Rauner Proclaims May 2 as Kiwanis Day in IL - 04/26/2015
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In recognition of the 100th Anniversary of Kiwanis International and the 233 clubs and 7000 Kiwanis members in the Illinois-Eastern Iowa (I-I) District of Kiwanis who are building a specially designed playground at the YMCA Camp Independence to support children with Spina Bifida, Spastic Paralysis, and other spinal deficiencies, Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner has declared May 2 as Kiwanis Day in Illinois.

 According to I-I Kiwanis Governor James Dooley, “ This new playground will offer children and young adults with Spina Bifida a safe place to slide, climb, play and stay active. Like many Y programs, Camp Independence is about learning skills, developing character and making friends. ...

One Day Project Cancelled - 04/25/2015
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We so sorry but the "Clean The Prairie Path" One Day Project has been cancelled due to the weather.  IT will be cold, windy, and very rainy and we want our not put our members or guests in harm's way.  Thanks for volunteering - we will look for a different project to do this year.

New Members Inducted at Night Meeting - 04/17/2015
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Our quartly  "Kiwanis After Dark"meeting was held on April 17th.  W install  new members and did a "Group Orientation."   Established members all took a part and used a Powerpoint and videos to share wonderful information abut Kiwanis Internation, the Illinois-Eastern Iowa Ditrict, Division 9, and our club.  We host these quarterly evening meeting so tht members who are not able to attend the usual 7:30 AM gatherings can have the opportunity for some great Kiwanis-style fun, fellowship, and festivities.

Katy Mangin Speaks about ROE - 04/09/2015
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Even though the weather was wet and cold we had a great meeting this morning. Katy Mangin from the Regional Office of Education (ROE) was the guest speaker. She shared information on alternative learning opportunities offered by the ROE and her role as a transition specialist.

Location Change for April 16th Meeting - 04/09/2015
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Next week's meeting is a Fellowship and New Member Orientation.  We will NOT meeting in the  at Holy Mackeral BUT at 6 PM at Beacon Hill.  Dinner cost$10.  All 1+ year members are needed to help with the program.   If you have not signed up to assit with the presentation, please contact Jay ASAP.

Our club supported two local organization - 04/04/2015
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This week we have Janelle Barcelona from PADS, and Susan Friend from SEASPAR/Sarena's Song speaking. They  both  did excellent presentations and received  donations from the club.

Club Participated in Time for Tots - 03/21/2015
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Lombard Club members and Key Clubbers volunteered for the Lombard Park District's Time for Tots activity on March 21, 2015.  They took photos, weighed, and measured little ones so that parents could include that information in a Kid ID Kit that was distributed to every parent.

11 th Annual Housewalk - Partner with Us! - 03/05/2015
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The Lombard Housewalk is coming up very soon, May 15, 2015, and you have an opportunity to be a part of this annual community event held during Lombard's historic Lilac Time!

The Kiwanis Club of Lombard is seeking sponsors, advertisers, volunteers, and prizes to support the event.  This is a wonderful way to bring attention to your business while also supporting our local community. 

Head over to the Sponsoring and Volunteering page to see the details!

Healthy Lombard Health Heroes - 03/05/2015
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In honor of Kiwanis International's 100th Anniversary, the Kiwanis Club of Lombard sponsored the Healthy Lombard 2015 Health Hero Awards.  Kiwanis is all about helping kids and a great way to do that is to provide healthy role models.


This year those models included  Geoff Cottrell (Lombard), Matt McGrath (Woodridge), Donna Nosek (Lombard), and the Westin Hotel of Lombard.

The award honors individuals and worksites that have made a noticeable effort to improve their personal health and wellness during the past year, or that have made positive, healthy changes in their work environments.

Healthy Lombard is a 501c3 Foundation was established in 2009 by members of the Kiwanis...

Thank you for a Successful Peanut Days! - 08/27/2014
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The Kiwanis Club of Lombard's 23rd Annual Peanut Days is finished.....thank you to all our supporters!

100% of the proceeds go to our charity partners.

To learn more about these partners and the different ways you can help, please visit the Peanut Days page here.

Bikes for Lesotho - 12/02/2012
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Lombard Kiwanis member Dave Gorman and friend Jeff Teppema are riding 300 miles across the Kingdom of Lesotho (South Africa) in July to raise US$20,000 and ship 500 bikes to the orphans there. 

Visit Mike's Bikes Africa to learn more about the project and how you can help.

You can also stop by (and Like!) their facebook page.

Kiwanis International PSA - 09/05/2012
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Do YOU know Kiwanis?

If not, check out this brief PSA and learn a little more about what Kiwanians around the world are working toward.

Thank You! - 05/31/2012
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The Kiwanis Club of Lombard would like to send out a BIG thank you to all the sponsors, volunteers, homeowners, and especially those of you that came out to enjoy this year's housewalk!! 

We are honored to be a part of Lombard's Lilac Festivities, and you have all helped this ongoing event continue to be a success and to highlight the great homes we have here in our community. 

Thank You!