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Kiwanis
Omaha
Meetings: Every Friday at 11:45 a.m.·Scott Conference Center, 6450 Pine St, Omaha, NE, 68106 ·402-330-0777

 

Kiwanis Club Of Omaha 2015 Gala - April 9th at the Hilton Omaha

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Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time.

 

Kiwanis Club of Omaha, Inc.

(lst Club chartered in the Nebraska-Iowa District)

11:45-1:00 PM - Lunch $13

 
 
 
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Kiwanis Club of Omaha
March 23, 2015

 

This Week's Program

"John Vyhlidal"
 
Our speaker this week will be John Vyhlidal from ConAgra Foods!!   

Please join us and bring a friend!!
 

   

Program Coordinator

John Wells  

 

 

 Please return your RSVP card for the Gala by April 1st! 

 

 

REMINDER:

There will be no Friday Kiwanis Club of Omaha meetings on April 3rd or April 10th. Our next meeting is on April 17th! 

 

President's Column

 

Dear Kiwanian,   

The larger Kiwanis family is more special because of many Service Leadership Programs.   These programs include, but are not limited to, Circle K clubs in universities and colleges, Key Clubs in high schools, and Aktion Clubs for adults with disabilities.  Our club's relationship with the Aktion Club is a regular activity for several of our club members.  The mission of the Aktion Club is to provide the participating adults an opportunity to develop initiative and leadership skills, to serve their community, to be integrated into society and to demonstrate the dignity and value of citizens living with disabilities.  The Kiwanis Club of Omaha, Inc. has partnered with Mosaic to achieve these goals.  I attended the most recent meeting on March 17th and was impressed by the enthusiasm of the Aktion Club members and the inspiration they provide our own club members.   This Friday, one of the Mosaic employees will speak for a few minutes about ways we can help Mosaic and therefore Aktion Club members.  I would encourage you to take the time to participate in an Aktion Club event and to support this important part of the Kiwanis family.  

 

 

 

 

Thanks,

 

Brian 

Greeters

 

 

Ann Rourke, CUES

Hector Santiago, U. S. Army Corps of Engineers

Howard Shandell, Midwest Benefit Advisors

 

 

Upcoming Friday Programs

 

April 3- NO FRIDAY LUNCH MEETING

 

April 10 - NO FRIDAY LUNCH MEETING 

 

April 17 - Tina Lay, Arbor Day Foundation 

 

April 24- Stephen Patrick O'Meara, Human Trafficking Enforcement Coordinator

 

May 1 - Dr. Tom Osborne, CEO, TeamMates  

  

May 8 - Jim Trebbien, Former Head, MCC Culinary Institute

Location: Community Engagement Center 

 

 

May 15 - Dr. James Suftin, Superintendent of Millard Public Schools.

 

May 22 - No MEETING - MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND

 

May 29 - Doug Peterson, Nebraska Attorney General 

 

June 5 - Clark Lauritzen, First National Bank  

 

June 12 - NO MEETING 

 

June 19 - Jim Rose, Development Director, University of Nebraska Athletics

 

July 3 - NO MEETING 

 

September 18 - Bret C. Greiss, Executive VP and COO, CSG International 

 

September 25 -  Esther George, President/CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank, Kansas City

Last Meeting

Our guest speaker last Friday was Gil Cohen, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Omaha Magazine. Mr. Cohen shared with us that he was recently asked to join the Business Ethics Alliance to get the word out about ethical business practices. His top 3 "don'ts" when talking business are:
  • Don't disparage your competition
  • No Bribery
  • Never say "To be perfectly honest with you...."
 
YCPO Spotlight
Melanie Rogge, Vice President of Foundation Development at the YMCA joined us last Friday to express her appreciation for the 2014 YCPO grant her organization received. The grant was used for their "Ready in 5" program that prepares young children of refugees for kindergarten.