2018 Dues For Current Club Members

Source: 2018 Dues For Current Club Members

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Wednesday Night Meeting – July 26th – 6:30PM

Happy Sunday everyone,
Thanks Paul for taking last Wednesday’s meeting. I heard the speaker, Jennifer Reid from the Snohomish Health District led a fascinating discussion about youth vaping, a very dangerous habit.
SpirosLogoThis week, Juliet D’Assesandro will speak to us on youth marijuana use, which is increasing at an alarming rate. We’ll be at Spiro’s on the Speedway. See you there at 6:30pm. Agenda attached.  
Reminder: there is a City Council Candidate forum at City Hall Monday night starting at 6:30pm. This is a forum, meaning there is no debate between the participants. A moderator will ask questions written by the Beacon and/or the public; 7 candidates have agreed to attend. Can’t make it? There will be a video available for viewing Tuesday morning.
We have a list of great speakers lined up, so good attendance at our morning meetings is greatly appreciated. See you Wednesday night!
Nancy Passovoy

May 24th Wednesday Morning Meeting at HP Golf Course

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Happy Sunny Sunday everyone!
We had a very successful Pancake Breakfast on Saturday at Historic Flight Foundation’s Aviation Day. Huge thank you to Pam and Gary for all of their help to make it happen, and to Adrian and Joe manning the grills, Joanie as hostess with the mostess, Nora at the cash register, Dana with the Key Clubbers, Daph as our “go to” as no task was too small to tackle, Ron for keeping our line moving. Thanks Captain Dan for getting us some grills and Tim keeping them going, Gary for renting the coffee pots, and our selfless members who loaded and unloaded trucks with all of our stuff and took it back again Saturday night. This event was our first try, and while there are many things to improve, there were lots of happy customers. We grossed over $1,000 and hope to have some earnings info on Wednesday once we know what our food costs were.

Pam Taylor Named “2017 Citizen of the Year”

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Long-time Kiwanis member Pam Taylor has been named the “2017 Citizen of the Year.” 14 years ago, Pam developed a strong relationship with Cocoon House, a non-profit agency in Snohomish County that serves homeless youth. She has organized monthly Kiwanis Club of Mukilteo volunteer dinners at the Everett shelter the second Sunday of each month, providing nutritious food and fellowship for residents and staff. Pam has also been very involved with her husband Tim in organizing and leading the Mukilteo Kiwanis’ Foundation Salmon Bake at the Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival each September.

Please join us in congratulating Pam and join us at the special reception in her honor to be held at the Harbour Pointe Senior Living Center; date TBD.

 

 

 

 

New Year in Kiwanis

By Tom Nielsen

2017 is going to be a good year to be a Mukilteo Kiwanis member.We will be serving schools and the community from January to December!

Coming up in March our big Pancake Breakfast is always successful and fun!With the new emphasis on committees, there’s lots to do for everyone!

There will be a lot going on in the club and on other projects to keep us busy until the Annual Salmon Bake in early September.

Our social committee will be planning some events that will give us all something fun to remember.

To say that the members and officers are enthusiastic and well prepared, is a safe bet.
Everything is in place and it looks like it is going to be one of the, best years yet!

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2017 Cocoon House Schedule

Time to sign up on a team!

Contact the lead chef:

July 9 – Anita Bernardi

August 13 – Nancy Passovoy

September 10 – Salmon Bake @ Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival

October 8 – Pam & Tim Taylor

November 12 – Beth Kerwin and Daphne Gellhaus

December 10 – Christmas Party!

Mukilteo Kiwanis

logo2017 Cocoon House Schedule

Established in 1991, Cocoon House has been Snohomish County’s only resource exclusively serving homeless and at-risk youth ages 12-24. Established in the believe that every child deserves a home and the opportunity to achieve his or her fullest potential. Cocoon House provides youth housing and other critical community -based services to caregivers, families and the community.

The Mukilteo Kiwanis provides a dinner to Cocoon House once a month.  If you are interested in being a Lead Chief, volunteering to help or making a monetary or food donation, please contact Pam Taylor at skidget222@msn.com

Below is a schedule of our upcoming dinners.

What does it take to be a lead chef?

1) Agree to lead team 3 or 4 times a year (quarterly) Or if a person only wanted to do it once that’s OK too.
2) Plan a menu
3) Bring menu to meeting as a…

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