Your chance to play with the kids! We’re hosting a field-day at the Rescue Mission on the playground sponsored by the club in 2007. Patty Gentry came up with this idea, and she has planned a great day of food, games, and prizes for the kids.
We’re serving Hot Dogs (enough for 85 people) with chili, slaw, chips, watermelons, and cupcakes. Games include corn hole, face paints, and a half-dozen others. Rita said she may be able to get prize donated by Triangle Trophy.
June 19th — SAVE THE DATE!!!
The spacious lawn of Margie Dietz’ residence at 4908 Kerley Road will again be the location of the 2013 picnic on May 20. The picnic will start at 5:00 PM and will continue to dusk or until the last hamburger and hot dog is eaten. Chief TKC recruiter and grill master Haywood Davis will lead the grilling of the burgers. If you are interested in attending an evening of food and Kiwanian fellowship, please contact Margie at Margie@whiteoakit.com for directions and confirmation that you plan to attend. Please bring a lawn chair to assure that you will have a place to sit and enjoy your food and conversation.
Due to an all-day event at TROSA, they cannot host us on April 15th. Our luncheon has been rescheduled for April 22nd. See you there!
Ernie Mills, Jr., right, Stewardship Officer, Durham Rescue Mission, was the speaker at the April 1, 2013 meeting of the Tobaccoland Kiwanis Club of Durham. Mills highlighted in his talk the past financial support that the Tobaccoland Kiwanis Club has given to the mission. Mills was introduced by Kiwanian Terry Govoreau. Club president Rita Foley, center, presided at the meeting.
Photo by Wendell Hull
Submitted by Bill Cole
If you have a question about the selection and use of a camera, Wendell Hull, a club member for the past twelve years is the go- to- person. Wendell is a retired major, US. Air Force and former assistant to the dean,University of Alabama at Birmington.He is the in-house camera consultant for TKC members. Wendell has taught group classes and has given individual instruction in the operation of most cameras. A member of the Circle K Club at Duke University recently described him as being tech savvy. Wendell usually has one or more cameras available. He can be seen carrying his camera bag on his shoulder. If the reader is interested in learning more about TKC and discussing cameras with Wendell please attend one of TKC meetings and sit with him as you enjoy a free lunch.