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Agenda/ Newsletter: November 1, 2017

posted Nov 1, 2017, 6:29 PM by James Wells




#1 KEY CLUB IN THE WORLD!!

AGENDA/NEWSLETTER

www.murphykeyclub.com

November 1, 2017                                                                                                   


CALL TO ORDER                       

KEY CLUB PLEDGE                   

INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS.

TREASURER’S REPORT: If you didn’t sell any greenery, you can still turn in a late order but it needs to be in

  tomorrow morning. A few have candy money out. Please get that in.

REPORTS OF RECENT AND ONGOING ACTIVITIES:                

Trick or Treat for UNICEF: Great job collecting $1,184.00 which is enough to furnish life saving shots to 658 babies

  as we continue to ELIMINATE maternal and neonatal tetanus around the world.

Greenery Sales: We area over $16,000 which is good but not a record by any means. If anyone still has possible sales,

  please get them as the company will allow us to add to our order. Thanks to all who pushed this important fund-

  raiser. We really need it for some of our projects that help so many in town.

Canned Food: 4 cans for 1 hour, max of 3 hours per month; Pet Food: 2 treats or 1 bag of food for 1 hour.

Candy: Bags of 25 bars can be picked up in A67 before school. 2 hours per bag.

Club shirt: Some designs ideas are starting to come in. If you have an idea, get it to a board member.

Committees: These have been formed based on your request. If anyone did not get on a committee and wants to be, see

  President Jackson to get assigned. Committees need to begin meeting and organizing immediately.

Hour Chart: The hour chart should now be up to date. Check to see where you are. Ideally everyone should have at

  least 10 hours by this time.

UPCOMING PROJECTS AND SIGN-UPS:

Concession move: We need a short shift to finish moving things from the football concessions to inside the school. A

  truck would help but is not necessary. Wed (8th), 3:30. Meet at football field.

Toy/Coat/Food Drive: We had a good shift last Friday and got basically everything moved to our building. Now we

  sort and wrap and get collection boxes ready. Thurs (9th) and Tues (14th), both at 3:30.

Wee Care Chicken Dinner: Sat (11th), 3:30-7:30. St. Anne’s in Raddle. Again, they are a huge supporter and we need

   to help them out with this  as much of the money will come back to us.

St. Andrew’s Veterans’ Luncheon: Thurs (9th), 10:30-12:30. Serving the meal; wear red, white and/or blue if possible.

Madrigal Dinner Coat Check: Sat (11th); dress neatly; meet in gym. 5:30-8:30. Pizza provided.

Kiwanis/Knights of Columbus Chicken & Dumpling Dinner: Sun (12th), major fund-raiser for both groups and both

  support us a lot. Dress neatly. Mainly running dessert table and clearing tables. 10:30-12:30 and 12:30-2:30. You can

  also get hours for bringing a dessert. Either take it there that day or bring it to the Key Club office Friday morning.

  Plus you get hours for selling tickets.

Manor Court Bingo: Sun (12th), 1:30; need workers and food.

St. Andrew’s After School: 3:30-5:00; Thurs (2nd), Fri (3rd), Mon (6th), Tues (7th), Wed (8th), Thurs (9th), Mon (13th),

  Tues (14th), Wed (15th).

Kiwanis Meetings: Mon (23rd & 30th), 6:00 PM; S.T.A.R.T. Building on Manning St. Meal provided.

Next Meeting: Wed., November 15, 8 PM.

UPCOMING DATES: Kiwanis Family Conference, 7 members are leaving tomorrow morning. Black Mountain, NC

ADDITIONAL BUSINESS/ANNOUNCEMENTS

ATTENDANCE AWARD: $15 .00                        

DOOR PRIZES                    

ADJOURN        


October 4, 2017

posted Oct 5, 2017, 12:58 PM by James Wells

 

 

 

#1 KEY CLUB IN THE WORLD!!

AGENDA/NEWSLETTER

www.murphykeyclub.com

October 4, 2017                                                                                                   

 

CALL TO ORDER                       

KEY CLUB PLEDGE                   [I pledge, on my honor, to uphold the objects of Key Club International; to build my

                                                         home, school and community; to serve my nation and god; and to combat all forces

                                                         which tend to undermine these institutions.]

INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS    

TREASURER’S REPORT: These were due last Friday so we assume that everyone who planned to join has them in or

   made arrangements for late payment and we have closed the roster. If you have not paid and still plan to join, you

   need to talk to Mr. Hall and see if it can be worked out.

REPORTS OF RECENT AND ONGOING ACTIVITIES:               

Special Friends Day thank you’s. See back of agenda.

Greenery Sales: Don’t forget to push these as this is our biggest fund-raiser and the success of many future projects

   depends on it. If you need more materials, stop by A67.

Canned Food: 4 cans for 1 hour, max of 3 hours per month; Pet Food: 2 treats or 1 bag of food for 1 hour.

Candy: Bags of 25 bars can be picked up in A67 before school. 2 hours per bag.

Club shirt: Some designs ideas are starting to come in. If you have an idea, get it to a board member.

Committees: Tonight we want your input on what committee(s) you would like to serve. Please fill out the form. We

   would like everyone to be on a committee so that you have some say in what the club does.

UPCOMING PROJECTS AND SIGN-UPS:

Soccer concessions: 20th & Shomaker. Thurs (5th), 4:15.

Football Concessions: Mon (9th), 5-close; Fri (13th), 6-close.

Kiwanis Peanut Days: Street intersection collections to support our sponsoring Kiwanis Club. They really depend on

   our help. Fri (6th), 3:45-6:00; Sat (7th), 8:45AM-10:30 & 10:30-1 PM. Meet at Ewbank Insurance (back door) across

   parking lot from Marion Eye Center on Walnut.

Duck Booya Dinner: Sat (7th), 4-7 PM, St. Mary’s Church, Raddle (on Rt. 3). This is a fund-raiser for Wee Care of

   Jacob who donated $3,000 to the toy drive last year. We need to show them our support.

Toy/Coat/Food Drive: Yes, it is time to start our biggest project as we have access to the building earlier than ever.

   First shift to move in can use as many trucks as possible. Mon (9th), 1 PM. Meet behind the high school. Follow up

   shift, Sat (14th), 10 AM, location to be announced.

Powderpuff game: Wed (11th), 6:15-end; We provide concessions and chain gang for this game.

Bingo at Manor Court: Sun (15th), 1:30. We will restart this monthly project which is a huge favorite of the residents.

   Manor Court is in area behind Carbondale Clinic. We need workers and food (preferably home baked goods)

St. Andrew’s After School: 3:30-5:00; Thurs (21st), Fri (22nd), Mon (25th), Tues (26th), Wed (27th), Thurs (28th), Fri

   (29th), Mon (2nd), Tues (3rd), Wed (4th).

Kiwanis Meetings: Mon (9th & 16th), 6:00 PM; S.T.A.R.T. Building on Manning St. Meal provided.

Gen. JA Logan Fall Festival: Fri. (27th), 5-9 PM. We will sign up at this meeting and the next. Need lots of people.

Kiwanis Family Conference: Nov. 2-5; Black Mtn. NC. Great weekend in the mountains with Key Club, Circle K and

   Kiwanis members from around the nation. We have room for 12 but need the $100 (which with the $150 paid by the

   club should cover most of the cost other than a few meals) no later than early next week and best this week. First

   come, first registered.

Next Meeting: Wed., October 18, 8 PM.

UPCOMING DATES: Key Club Fund-raising Spaghetti Dinner, this Saturday night at the Elks. Tell your family.

                                     Trick or Treat for UNICEF, Tues (31st)

                                     Gen. JA Logan Fall Festival, Fri., Oct. 27

                                     Kiwanis Family Conference, Nov. 2-5, Black Mountain, NC

ADDITIONAL BUSINESS/ANNOUNCEMENTS

 ATTENDANCE AWARD: $10 .00                        DOOR PRIZES                    ADJOURN        

January 18, 2017

posted Jan 18, 2017, 2:45 PM by James Wells




#1 KEY CLUB IN THE WORLD!!

AGENDA/NEWSLETTER

www.murphykeyclub.com

January 18, 2017

                                                                                                      

CALL TO ORDER                       


KEY CLUB PLEDGE                   


INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS     


TREASURER’S REPORT: Any outstanding money needs to be turned in.

REPORTS OF RECENT AND ONGOING ACTIVITIES:                


Canned Food: 4 cans for 1 hour with a max of 3 hours, Also pet food: 2 treats or 1 bag of food for 1 hour.

Yearbook picture: Listen for announcements. Currently being scheduled for 6th Period, day not set.


District Convention/Leadership Conference: This is a great weekend for meeting new people and understanding more about our club. Many club and individual awards are given. We would love to have a bus full go. Such things as Talent Contests are available to anyone interested. Registration ($135) covers all meals, shirt, etc. The club will cover the transportation costs. Rooms are $65…the board voted to pay that cost for anyone with 50 hours. Deadline to register with Mr. Hall is Feb. 13. Pick up forms tonight if interested.


Solar Eclipse: Yes, it is a long way off but we wanted to let you know that our club has been asked to be the main work force that day at Bald Knob Cross, considered to be the best single spot to watch the event. That’s a big honor to be asked but it should also be a great experience. We would travel up there by bus and work at a variety of spots including traffic control, concessions, etc.


UPCOMING PROJECTS AND SIGN-UPS

Toy/Coat/Food Drive: Gillenberg’s. Still have a lot of coats to move. Just need more workers and 1 more truck to get this done. Thurs (19th), 3:30.


Canned Food Drive credit: Still don’t have a lot of teachers’ lists.

Scrapbook: Making some progress but a long way to go. These shifts will start in A67 but may move as space is available. Mon (23rd), 6; Tues (24th) and Wed (25th), 3:30 & 6; 3:30 shifts: Mon (30th) and Tues (31st).


B’ball Concessions: In the snack line. Mon (23rd), Tues (24th), Wed (25th), Fri (27th), 5:30-close. Wed (1st), 4:30-mtg.


MMS Wrestling Open: Sat (21st); we help with this each year. It will include concession, selling tickets and possibly working scoring tables. 8:30-noon, noon-2:30.


Elks Dinner: Sat (28th), 6-8 (longer if some want to stay), serving and clearing tables. Elks Lodge on Shomaker Dr.


St. Andrew’s After School: 3:30-5:00; Thurs (19th), Fri (20th), Mon (23rd), Tues (24th), Wed (25th), Thurs (26th), Fri (27th), Mon (30th), Tues (31st), Wed (1st).


Carruthers Tutoring: We have been asked to help with this for an hour twice a week so will try it to see if there is interest. 3:30-4:30; Mon (23rd), Wed (25th), Mon (30th), Wed (1st)

Kiwanis Meetings: Mon (23rd & 30th), 6:00; S.T.A.R.T. building on Manning St.; meal provided.


Next Meeting: Wed (1st).



UPCOMING DATES: District Convention/Leadership Conference: March 10-12, Oak Brook.

                                    Key Leader Leadership Conference: March: March 31-April 2, Lake                                                    Bloomington


ADDITIONAL BUSINESS/ANNOUNCEMENTS        


ATTENDANCE AWARD: $15.00                              


DOOR PRIZES                    


ADJOURN         


11-2-2016 Agenda

posted Nov 2, 2016, 9:39 AM by James Wells   [ updated Nov 2, 2016, 6:45 PM ]

 

#1 KEY CLUB IN THE WORLD!!

AGENDA/NEWSLETTER

www.murphykeyclub.com

November 2, 2016

                                                                                                       

CALL TO ORDER                       

KEY CLUB PLEDGE                   

INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS    

TREASURER’S REPORT: PayPal account being opened for Toy/Coat/Food Drive.

REPORTS OF RECENT AND ONGOING ACTIVITIES:

Remind 101: If you haven’t signed up, please do. We are using this a lot to get information out.

Canned Food: 4 cans for 1 hour with a max of 5 hours each for the months of Nov. & Dec. Also pet food: 2 treats or 1 bag of food for 1 hour. Bring cans to A67 before school. School Food Drive will begin Nov. 14th.

Candy Sales: 2 hours credit for a $25 bag. Candy can be picked up in A67.

Committees: If your committee has been set, please start the planning process.

Member “Bank’: Don’t forget this new benefit for members who do well with fund-raising.

Thank You’s: See back of agenda.

Hour Chart: Check to see how you are doing. Remember you should have 50 hours this year, 25 by January 1.

Trick or Treat for UNICEF: Thanks and congrats to all who helped raise $880, saving the lives of 490 mothers and their future babies.

Teacher of the Month: We are beginning a new award and are asking any member who wishes to nominate a teacher that has made a difference in some way. Details explained by Chairs Asia Watson and Abbi Hedrick.

UPCOMING PROJECTS AND SIGN-UPS:

Greenery Sales: This is one of the 4 activities all members agree to when joining.  A few still haven’t turned those

   orders in. We need them now. The company will let us add orders but not for long. Any with extra orders can get

   them to Mr. Hall by Monday.

St. Francis CARE: New project we are going to try, basically helping by walking animals and helping with care of them. There is an age issue though as those under a certain age need a guardian present. We’ll try to get details. Sat (5th & 12th), 9-11 & 12-2.

Toy/Coat/Food Drive: Gillenberg’s. Thurs (20th) 3:30; Mon (7th), 3:30; Wed (9th), 3:30; Sat (12th), 10 AM; Mon (14th), 3:30; Tues (15th), 3:30. Have lots to do and are already getting lots of requests.

Election Helpers: Tues (8th), 7-10 PM. Meet at the Courthouse. Ask for Larry Reinhardt.

Auditorium Move: We need to get everything out of our office backstage and into alternate storage. We have a good start but need a good shift to keep this going. Tues (8th), after school.

St. Andrew’s Veterans’ Luncheon: Thurs (10th), 10:30-1; meet in St. Andrew’s cafeteria. Wear red/white/blue.

Concession Stand move: Fri (11th), 1 PM. A truck or two would be a big help. Meet at football concessions.

Wee Care fund-raising dinner: Sat (12th), 3:30-8; St. Ann’s church in Raddle (Rt. 3). Wee Care donated almost $5000

   to the Christmas drive so we really need to support this. Dress neatly.

KC/Kiwanis Chicken & Dumpling Dinner: Sun (13th), 10:30-2:30; KC Hall. Dress neatly. Also 1 hour for bringing a

   dessert (brownies, cake, pie, etc.). Can drop those off with Mr. Hall if you aren’t working.

Manor Court Bingo: Sun (13th), 1:30, need workers and food.

St. Andrews After School: 3:30-5; Please, no more than 4 and if you are signed up, be there the entire time.

   Thurs (3rd), Fri (4th), Mon (7th), Tues (8th), Wed (9th), Thurs (10th), Fri (11th), Mon (14th). Tues (15th), Wed (16th).

Kiwanis Meetings: Mon (7th &14th), S.T.A.R.T. building on Manning St.; meal provided.

Veteran's Free Lemonade and Hot Dog Stand: Ewbank insurance agency 10am-2pm Helping to serve free lemonade and hotdogs to veterns. 

Next Meeting: Wed (16th).

UPCOMING DATES: Toy/Coat/Food Drive Main Delivery Day: Dec. 10. Please plan ahead to help.

ADDITIONAL BUSINESS/ANNOUNCEMENTS        

ATTENDANCE AWARD: $30.00                              

DOOR PRIZES                    

ADJOURN

11-2-2016 Agenda

posted Nov 2, 2016, 7:45 AM by James Wells

#1 KEY CLUB IN THE WORLD!!
AGENDA/NEWSLETTER
www.murphykeyclub.org
October 15, 2014
CALL TO ORDER
KEY CLUB PLEDGE
INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS
TREASURER’S REPORT
PROGRAM: The ELIMINATE Project video. (See more information on back of this agenda.)
REPORTS OF RECENT AND ONGOING ACTIVITIES:
Dues: Still waiting for a couple of you. We have to get this sent in this week.
Canned Food/Pet Food: 4 cans of food for hour, max of 3 hours per month; pet food with 1 hour max per month, (4
cans or 2 packages of treats or 1 bag of dry food).
Candy: 2 hours for every bag of 25 candy bars sold. Please take advantage of this to help yourself and the club.
Key Club Office: There is a stash of breakfast foods and juice in the Key Club office every morning. All members are
welcome to stop by to grab an early snack (to be eaten in the office and for members only)
Hour Chart: We now have the chart & it is posted up to date. Check to see how you rate with other members.
Committees: Chairs: Please make sure that your committee has its responsibilities covered.
Toy/Coat/Drive Report: Working on finding a building. Anyone with ideas should talk to James Cross, Shane
Laughland, Michael Satterlee, Jakob Guetersloh or Mr. Hall. We will start as soon as we have a building.
UPCOMING PROJECTS AND SIGN-UPS:
Christmas Greenery Sales: Remember that this is our largest fund-raiser and ALL members are expected to sell if they
plan to remain in Key Club. Many have sold hundreds of dollars worth already. Ask everyone you know. Orders are
due October 30
th
. This project allows us to provide Christmas for 500+ families who wouldn’t have one otherwise.
Concessions: Thurs (16
th
) & Mon (20
th
) at 5:30; Fri (24
th
) at 6. All last until close.
Soccer Concessions: Sat (18
th
), 8:30-noon. Behind the Elk’s on Shomaker Drive. Last one this year.
Little Big Challenge 4 mi. run spotters: Sat (18
th
), 8:30 AM-end; Lake Murphysboro, 492 Lake Access Rd. off Rt. 149
Scrapbook: We are going to try to get this started a little earlier than usual so we aren’t so rushed close to convention.
For now we will just be sorting, trimming and backing. Always looking for ideas for a unique cover. All shifts for
are immediately after school in the Key Club Office. Tues (21
st
), Wed (22
nd
), Thurs (23
rd
), Mon (27
th
), Tues (28
th
).
Haunted Hayride: Riverside Park (must park at Riverside docks); requires scary costume. All who sign up should pick
up instruction sheet from Mr. Hall after this meeting. Thurs (23
rd
), 7-10 PM; Fri (24
th
) & Sat (25
th
), 7-11 PM.
Soccer turkey Breast Fund-raiser: Sat (25
th
), 3:30-6 PM; Elks Lodge; will be helping pass out orders.
St. Andrews After School: 3:30-5; Thurs (16
th
), Fri (17
th
), Mon (20
th
), Tues (21
st
), Wed (22
nd
), Thurs (23
rd
), Fri (24
th
),
Mon (27
th
), Tues (28
th
), Wed (29
th
).
Kiwanis Meetings: Mon (20
th
& 27
th
), 6 PM; meet at S.T.A.R.T. building on Manning; dinner provided.
First Baptist After School: Wed (22
nd
& 29
th
), 3:30-5 PM.
Kiwanis Family Conference: Nov. 6-9; the board voted to pay $75 of the $175 registration fee, which includes meals.
and rooming (except for Thurs. night which will be an added $25-$35 plus a couple meals on the road). Final day to
register is tomorrow.
Kiwanis/KC Chicken & Dumpling Dinner: Nov. 1
st
. We have tickets available to sell. 1 hour credit for every 2 sold.
Get them from Mr. Hall. We will also be signing up to work and bring desserts at our next meeting. We really need to
support this since much of the money typically comes back to us.
Next Meeting: Wed., Oct. 29
th
.
UPCOMING DATES: Halloween Party/Trick or Treat for UNICEF, Oct. 31
st
.
St. Andrew’s Veterans’ Dinner, Nov. 7
ADDITIONAL BUSINESS/ANNOUNCEMENTS.
ATTENDANCE AWARD: $10.00
DOOR PRIZES
ADJOURN

October 5th

posted Oct 5, 2016, 6:32 PM by James Wells



#1 KEY CLUB IN THE WORLD!!

AGENDA/NEWSLETTER

www.murphykeyclub.com

October 5, 2016

                                                                                                      

CALL TO ORDER                       

KEY CLUB PLEDGE                   “I pledge on my honor to uphold the objects of Key Club International; to build my

                                                        home, school and community; to serve my nation and God; and to combat all

                                                       forces which tend to undermine these institutions.”

INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS     

TREASURER’S REPORT: If you made arrangements with Mr. Hall to pay dues late, please get those in ASAP.

REPORTS OF RECENT AND ONGOING ACTIVITIES:                

Remind 101: If you haven’t signed up, please do.

Canned Food: 4 cans for 1 hour with a max of 3 hours each month. Bring cans to A67 before school.

Candy Sales: 2 hours credit for a $25 bag. Candy can be picked up in A67.

No Shows: This last week has been much better with only one or two. Thanks for working on this.

Committees: Some are ready and will be announced tonight. Others will be announced at the next meeting.

Member “Bank’: The board has decided to do this on a trial basis this year. Basically each member will have a ‘bank’

  where a percentage of their fund-raising efforts will be recorded (Ex: $5 for each bag of candy). The member will not

  get actual cash, but when it comes time for such things as the North Carolina trip or District Convention/Leadership

  Conference, they can ‘withdraw’ from their bank to help pay costs. This will include greenery sales. This way

  members are rewarded for helping raise funds.

UPCOMING PROJECTS AND SIGN-UPS:

Greenery Sales: This is our biggest fund-raiser of the year with some members selling over $1,000 worth. It is one of

  the 4 activities all members agree to when joining. Just ask people. Please push this. One major problem: 3 wreaths

  (Voyageur, Itascan and Lake Superior) are not on the long sales sheet but are on everything else. Unless you sell

  UPS for those, go to the back page and mark out the UPS and substitute to correct price for those wreaths. They are

  some of our best sellers so this is fairly major.

Concessions: Fri (7th), 6 PM-close & Thurs (13th), 5:30-close.

Distinguished Alumni Dinner: Sat (8th), 5-8 PM, cafeteria; will be serving; need white shirt & black pants. Pizza

  provided for workers.

Bingo at Manor Court, Carbondale: Sun (9th) 1:30 PM; need workers and food. 2940 Westridge Place.

Toy/Coat/Food Drive: We are going to start moving into our building at the old Gillenberg Furniture on Walnut. Need

  trucks and will meet at the back of the high school. Mon (10th). 1 PM(canceled); Sat (15th) 10 AM; Sun (16th), 1 PM.

Haunted Hayride: Riverside Park. Need help setting up (later will need ‘monsters’). Sat (8th & 15th), Sun (9th & 16th), 8-

  noon & 1-5 each day.

St. Andrews After School: 3:30-5; Please, no more than 4 and if you are signed up, be there the entire time.

  Thurs (6th), Tues (11th), Wed (12th), Thurs (13th), Fri (14th), Mon (17th), Tues (18th), Wed (19th).

Kiwanis Meetings: Mon (10th & 17th), S.T.A.R.T. building on Manning St.; meal provided.

Kiwanis Family Conference: Great weekend in the Smokies with Key Clubbers from all over. Group activities, special

  speakers and more. Need to know who wants to go in the next week so that we can plan. We typically take 1-2 vans.

Next Meeting: Wed (19th).

UPCOMING DATES: Gen. JA Logan Fall Festival: October 28

                                    Trick or Treat for UNICEF/ Halloween Party: Oct. 31st

                                    Kiwanis Family Conference: Black Mountain, NC; Nov. 3-6

ADDITIONAL BUSINESS/ANNOUNCEMENTS        

ATTENDANCE AWARD: $20.00                                 

DOOR PRIZES     

ADJOURN         


September 28, 2016

posted Sep 28, 2016, 5:15 PM by James Wells

#1 KEY CLUB IN THE WORLD!!
AGENDA/NEWSLETTER
www.murphykeyclub.com
September 28, 2016
                                                                                                       
CALL TO ORDER                       

KEY CLUB PLEDGE                   

INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS     

TREASURER’S REPORT: $20.00 dues deadline is tonight  See Mr. Hall for questions. Also each member needs to fill out an information sheet so that we have you updated address, etc.
REPORTS OF RECENT AND ONGOING ACTIVITIES:                

Remind 101: If you haven’t signed up, please do.

Canned Food: 4 cans for 1 hour with a max of 3 hours each month. Bring cans to A67 before school.

Candy Sales: 2 hours credit for a $25 bag. Candy can be picked up in A67.

MHS Activity Calendar: We hope to have this out in the next week. 

No Shows: We have had a few bad experiences with people not showing up for shifts and they have been an embarrassment to the club. Sad that everyone works so hard and then a few make all look bad. The board will be  monitoring this and unfortunately will have to act on it if it continues.

Committees: Our goal is to have anyone who wishes an opportunity at leadership in the club. The committee system is one way to do this. Please check the list of committees and sign up for those you are most interested in. Also indicate    if you want to be a chairperson. If possible, turn them in tonight or else bring to Mr. Hall tomorrow morning.

UPCOMING PROJECTS AND SIGN-UPS:
Greenery Sales: This is our biggest fund-raiser of the year with some members selling over $1,000 worth. It is one of the 4 activities all members agree to when joining. Just ask people. Read the Information Sheet for all details.

Concessions: Thurs (29th) & Mon (3rd), both 5:30-close.

MHS Soccer concessions: Mon (3rd), 4:15, Sat (1st), 10:45 AM, behind the General.

Kiwanis Peanut Days: This is one of the ways we thank our sponsoring Kiwanis and is one of their biggest fund-   raisers. It is a street corner collection. Meet at Ewbank Insurance (across the parking lot from Marion Eye Center on    Walnut) for all shifts. Fri (30th), 4-6 PM; Sat (1st), 9-11 AM & 10:45-1 PM

Jr Tackle Football: Sat (1st), Saluki Stadium (need your own ride); 9 AM-1; 1-5, 5-9.

Community Night Out: Tues (4th), Longfellow Park; running games and serving food; 4:30-7:30.

St. Andrews After School: 3:30-5; Please, no more than 4 and if you are signed up, be there the entire time.  Thurs (29th), Fri (30th), Mon (3rd), Tues (4th), Wed (5th).

Kiwanis Meetings: Mon (3rd), S.T.A.R.T. building on Manning St.; meal provided.

Next Meeting: Wed (5th). This should get us back on our regular meeting schedule.

UPCOMING DATES: Trick or Treat for UNICEF/ Halloween Party: Oct. 31st 
                                     Kiwanis Family Conference: Black Mountain, NC; Nov. 3-6

ADDITIONAL BUSINESS/ANNOUNCEMENTS        

ATTENDANCE AWARD: $15.00                                 

DOOR PRIZES     

ADJOURN         

September 14, 2016 Agenda

posted Sep 14, 2016, 4:39 PM by James Wells

#1 KEY CLUB IN THE WORLD!!

AGENDA/NEWSLETTER

www.murphykeyclub.com

September 14, 2016

                                                                                                       

CALL TO ORDER                       

KEY CLUB PLEDGE                

INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS    

TREASURER’S REPORT: $20.00 dues deadline is next meeting, Sept. 28th.. Also each member needs to fill out an information sheet so that we have you updated address, etc.

Auditorium Report. We are waiting for information on when we will be moving everything out of the Auditorium.

   Please listen for announcements as we will need lots of help .

REPORTS OF RECENT AND ONGOING ACTIVITIES:               

Remind 101: If you haven’t signed up, please do.

Canned Food: The board approved repeating this chance to get additional hours as well as help the annual

    toy/coat/food drive. 4 cans for 1 hour with a max of 3 hours each month. Bring cans to A67 before school.

Candy Sales: We will also continue candy sales with 2 hours credit for a $25 bag. Candy can be picked up in A67.

MHS Activity Calendar ads: If anyone has ads out, we must have those this week or lose that money…we have several

   hundred dollars worth that have not been turned in…PLEASE!

Big Muddy Assisted Living Flowers: Many members don’t realize that we send a vase with a carnation and card to each resident on their birthday See the thank you on the back of the agenda.

UPCOMING PROJECTS AND SIGN-UPS:

Apple Festival shifts: Please remember what you signed up for. We had a couple problems this past week with people not making their shift and it made a couple projects a lot harder. As of the beginning of the meeting, we could still use more people on the following: Grand Parade Line-up, Sat., 9:15-12:30…if some with driver’s license could come  at 9, we could use you to move golf carts.   Kiwanis General Store: Sat., 6-9 PM.    Drums Concessions, Sat., 4-7 & 7-10. Drums Band Guides: Sat., 3:30-9 PM. Emporium Take Down (t-shirt wagon): Sun. 1 PM.

School Supplies: We could use some help dropping supplies off at some of the local schools. If any of you go by any of them and would be willing to deliver supplies on your way home after school, it would be great.

Concessions: Thurs (15th) & Mon (19th), both 5:30-close; Fri (23rd), 6:00-close.

MHS Soccer concessions: Mon (19th) and Thurs (22nd), 4:15, behind the General.

Parent/Teacher Conference Guides: Tues (20th), 4-7 PM. Meet in main office; dress neatly.

Powderpuff: Wed (21st), 6:30-end; need Chain Gang, scoreboard and concessions.

BBQ Championship: This is another major community event that depends on Key Club for a lot of help. Grand Buffet servers: Thurs (22nd) and Fri (23rd), both 5-9 PM; Kids’ Que (helping kids grill burgers), Sat (24th), noon -4; 17th   Street concessions, Fri (23rd), 4-7 & 7-10

Paint the Town Window Competition: Sponsored by Student Council. Do we have any members who want to organize  this? You would need to find a business, design and paint the window (between this Sat. & Tues), and clean it off  after Homecoming.

St. Andrews After School: 3:30-5; Please, no more than 4 and if you are signed up, be there the entire time. Thurs   (15th), Fri (16th), Mon (19th), Tues (20th), Wed (21st), Thurs (22nd), Fri (23rd), Mon (26th), Tues (27th), Wed (28th).

Fall Leadership Rally: Sat (24th), Belleville West H. S. Leave at 10 AM; back in time for Homecoming.

Kiwanis Meetings: Mon (19th & 26th), S.T.A.R.T. building on Manning St.; meal provided.

Next Meeting: Wed (28th), Greenery Sales will begin.

UPCOMING DATES: Sept. 24: Fall Leadership Rally: for officers and interested members; Belleville West H. S.

                                     Trick or Treat for UNICEF/ Halloween Party: Oct. 31st

                                     Kiwanis Family Conference: Black Mountain, NC

ADDITIONAL BUSINESS/ANNOUNCEMENTS        

ATTENDANCE AWARD: $10.00                                 DOOR PRIZES     

ADJOURN         

~Updated~ Wednesday, September 7th, 2016

posted Sep 7, 2016, 7:43 PM by James Wells

#1 KEY CLUB IN THE WORLD!!
AGENDA/NEWSLETTER
SEPTEMBER 7, 2016

CALL TO ORDER                                     THIS IS POSSIBLY THE BUSIEST 2 WEEKS OF THE
KEY CLUB PLEDGE                                YEAR. PLEASE DO ALL YOU CAN TO HELP!!!!

INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS                                            

TREASURER’S REPORT: Dues are $20.00. (International-$7.00; District-$5.00 and Local-$8.00.
                                            Please get these to Mr. Hall ASAP. Deadline is September 25th.
REPORTS OF RECENT AND ONGOING ACTIVITIES:               

Canned Food: Don’t forget cans for the food bank and our Food Drive. 4 cans/hour, 3 hour max/month; also pet food
  with 1 hour max/month (4 cans or 2 packages of treats or 1 bag of dry food).

Candy Bars: Get 2 hours per bag of 25 candy bars.
Service Hours: Start now and don’t get behind. As the membership list is completed, we will again post these in the Key Club Office.

Key Club Office: Mr. Hall will be in the temporary Key Club Office, A67, across from the math wing, each morning.
  He can also help in Math/Physics.

Committees: Be thinking about your special interests. Committees will be organized later this month.

MHS Activity Calendar: Still waiting on a couple of the ads. This should have been out already!

UPCOMING PROJECTS AND SIGN-UPS:     

Concessions: Thurs (8th), Mon (12th) 5:30-close.

MHS Soccer Concessions: We have been asked to help with concessions at the fields behind the General; Thurs (8th) &  Wed (13th), 4:15.

Cliff Stein Scholarship Fundraiser: Jack’s Meat Market; Fri (9th), 3:30, put together basketball game (mechanically inclined); Sat (10th), 3:45-8,working games, silent auction, concessions and parking.

Blues Fest Parking: Sat (10th), 10:30-2; Riverside Park.

Adopt-a-Highway: Sat (10th), 10 AM at Medical Center in front of the General. Bring gloves.


Kiwanis Meetings: Mon (12th), 5-7 PM; need several; meet at Apple Stand to help set up.

Vogler Test Drive: Sat(10TH) @MHS; HELP REGISTRATION WITH IPADS   9-NOON AND NOON TO 3PM


St. Andrews After School Program: 3:30-5:00 PM; Thurs (10th), Fri (11th), Mon (14th),

Tues (15th), Wed (16th), Thurs  (17th), Mon (21st), Tues (22nd), Wed (23rd).

APPLE FESTIVAL: This is one of the busiest weeks of the year for the club, and we need everyone to participate. It  is a great time to pick up a lot of hours and help the community at the same time. Please do all you can. *To sign up for any shift out of school, you MUST be signed up for at least 2 NON-school day projects.

Appletime Clean-up Day: Sun (11th), 1 PM, 110 S. 14th, bring gloves, maybe rakes, etc.

Kiwanis General Store: straight across from main stage. Wed (14th), 4-6:30; Thurs (15th), 4-6:30, 6:30-9:00; Fri (16th), 4-6:30, 6:30-9:00; Sat (17th), noon-3, 3-6, 6-9; Sun (18th), 10:30 AM-take down. Wear Key Club shirts when working at the stand if you have them.

*Special Friends Day: Thurs (15th), 9:30 AM-2:30 PM, Meet at the Appletime Stage in the main carnival area. Be sure of 2 other shifts and make sure you stay active with the special populations while there. Must be approved by teachers.

*AF Golf Tournament: Thurs (15th), Jackson Co. Country Club. Wear polo shirt & shorts (must be collared). Help with raffle, registration, carrying golf bags to carts, etc. 10:30 AM-5 PM. Same rules as Special Friends Day-must be signed up for at least 2 other non-school day events.

Apple Pie Eating Contest: Thurs (15th), 5:00-end of event (about 7:30); Appletime Stage:  dress neatly.

Kiwanis Kiddie Parade Banners (club shirts) and Line-Up: Fri (16th), 3:00 PM, open lot by 17th Street.

Appletime Walk/Run-Spotters: Sat (17th), 7:45-9:30 AM, 13th and Walnut. Will need drivers, including one truck for water stop. Wear red if possible.

Grand Parade Line-Up: Sat (17th), 9:15 AM-12:00 PM; meet at Logan Statue, MMS. 4 will also carry Sponsor’s Banner…those 4 need red shirts & jean shorts. Others will be lining up the parade.

Taste of Murphysboro: Thurs Sept (15th) 4:30pm on Chestnut behind the Jackson Co. Court House.


Festival Pageant Ushers/ticket sellers: Sat (17th), 7-9 PM; MMS Aud.; dress up; 2 males to escort candidates need long sleeve shirt/tie or coat/tie; also need a couple to run spotlight that night plus be at practice Thurs. night at 7 and stay until the end Sat. night.. Others will be ticket sellers & ushers.  Report to Gaye Youngman.

Drums at Appletime, Sat (17th), Concessions: 1:00-4:00, 4:00-7;00, 7:00-10:00 (probably earlier).

Drums at Appletime, Sat (17th), Band Guides and judge runners: 3:30-9:00 PM; MHS or Key Club shirt if possible. Report to Mr. Caskey.

Next Meetings: Wed., Sept. 14th

Upcoming Dates:  Sept. 24th : Fall Leadership Rally-Belleville West, for all board members, chairs, and prospective club leaders. Register at next meeting.
                             Sept. 22-24: BBQ Championship Buffets; Kids’ Que on the 26th.
                             Nov. 3-6: Kiwanis Family Conference: Black Mountain, North Carolina
                             Oct. 31st: Halloween Party/Trick or Treat for UNICEF
ADDITIONAL BUSINESS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
ATTENDANCE AWARD: $15.00                              
DOOR PRIZES                                
ADJOURN                                       

IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU SHOW UP FOR ALL SHIFTS THAT YOU SIGN UP FOR. MANY PEOPLE AREDEPENDING ON YOU. IF SOMETHING COMES UP, CONTACT MR. HALL SO THAT WE CAN MAKE OTHER PLANS.


September 7th, 2016 Agenda (Apple Festival)

posted Sep 7, 2016, 10:49 AM by James Wells

#1 KEY CLUB IN THE WORLD!!

AGENDA/NEWSLETTER

SEPTEMBER 7, 2016

 

CALL TO ORDER                                     THIS IS POSSIBLY THE BUSIEST 2 WEEKS OF THE

KEY CLUB PLEDGE                                YEAR. PLEASE DO ALL YOU CAN TO HELP!!!!

INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS                                            

TREASURER’S REPORT: Dues are $20.00. (International-$7.00; District-$5.00 and Local-$8.00.

                                             Please get these to Mr. Hall ASAP. Deadline is September 25th.

REPORTS OF RECENT AND ONGOING ACTIVITIES:               

Canned Food: Don’t forget cans for the food bank and our Food Drive. 4 cans/hour, 3 hour max/month; also pet food

   with 1 hour max/month (4 cans or 2 packages of treats or 1 bag of dry food).

Candy Bars: Get 2 hours per bag of 25 candy bars.

Service Hours: Start now and don’t get behind. As the membership list is completed, we will again post these in the

   Key Club Office.

Key Club Office: Mr. Hall will be in the temporary Key Club Office, A67, across from the math wing, each morning.

   He can also help in Math/Physics.

Committees: Be thinking about your special interests. Committees will be organized later this month.

MHS Activity Calendar: Still waiting on a couple of the ads. This should have been out already!

UPCOMING PROJECTS AND SIGN-UPS:     

Concessions: Thurs (8th), Mon (12th) 5:30-close.

MHS Soccer Concessions: We have been asked to help with concessions at the fields behind the General; Thurs (8th) &

   Wed (13th), 4:15.

Cliff Stein Scholarship Fund Raiser: Jack’s Meat Market; Fri (9th), 3:30, put together basketball game (mechanically

   inclined); Sat (10th), 3:45-8,working games, silent auction, concessions and parking.

Blues Fest Parking: Sat (10th), 10:30-2; Riverside Park.

Adopt-a-Highway: Sat (10th), 10 AM at Medical Center in front of the General. Bring gloves.

Kiwanis Meetings: Mon (14th), 5-7 PM; need several; meet at Apple Stand to help set up.

St. Andrews After School Program: 3:30-5:00 PM; Thurs (10th), Fri (11th), Mon (14th), Tues (15th), Wed (16th), Thurs

   (17th), Mon (21st), Tues (22nd), Wed (23rd).

APPLE FESTIVAL: This is one of the busiest weeks of the year for the club, and we need everyone to participate. It

   is a great time to pick up a lot of hours and help the community at the same time. Please do all you can. To sign up

   for any shift out of school, you MUST be signed up for at least 2 NON-school day projects.

  • Appletime Clean-up Day: Sun (11th), 1 PM, 110 S. 14th, bring gloves, maybe rakes, etc.
  • Kiwanis General Store: straight across from main stage. Wed (14th), 4-6:30; Thurs (15th), 4-6:30, 6:30-9:00; Fri (16th), 4-6:30, 6:30-9:00; Sat (17th), noon-3, 3-6, 6-9; Sun (18th), 11:30 AM-take down. Wear Key Club shirts when working at the stand if you have them.
  • Prayer Breakfast: Wed (14th), 6:45 AM; dress neatly; will be assisting in seating and carrying trays for senior citizens and disabled.
  • Special Friends Day: Thurs (15th), 9:30 AM-2:30 PM, Meet at the Appletime Stage in the main carnival area. Be sure of 2 other shifts and make sure you stay active with the special populations while there. Must be approved by teachers.
  • AF Golf Tournament: Thurs (15th), Jackson Co. Country Club. Wear polo shirt & shorts (must be collared). Help with raffle, registration, carrying golf bags to carts, etc. 10:30 AM-5 PM. Same rules as Special Friends Day-must be signed up for at least 2 other non-school day events..
  • Apple Pie Eating Contest: Thurs (15th), 5:00-end of event (about 7:30); Appletime Stage:  dress neatly.
  • Kiwanis Kiddie Parade Banners (club shirts) and Line-Up: Fri (16th), 3:00 PM, open lot by 17th Street.
  • Appletime Walk/Run-Spotters: Sat (17th), 7:45-9:30 AM, 13th and Walnut. Will need drivers, including one truck for water stop. Wear red if possible.
  • Grand Parade Line-Up: Sat (17th), 9:15 AM-12:00 PM; meet at Logan Statue, MMS. 4 will also carry Sponsor’s Banner…those 4 need red shirts & jean shorts. Others will be lining up the parade.
  • Festival Pageant Ushers/ticket sellers: Sat (17th), 7-9 PM; MMS Aud.; dress up; 2 males to escort candidates need long sleeve shirt/tie or coat/tie; also need a couple to run spotlight that night plus be at practice Thurs. night at 7 and stay until the end Sat. night.. Others will be ticket sellers & ushers.  Report to Gaye Youngman.
  • Drums at Appletime, Sat (17th), Concessions: 1:00-4:00, 4:00-7;00, 7:00-10:00 (probably earlier).
  • Drums at Appletime, Sat (17th), Band Guides and judge runners: 3:30-9:00 PM; MHS or Key Club shirt if possible. Report to Mr. Caskey.

Next Meetings: Wed., Sept. 14th, due to Powderpuff being on our regular meeting night.

Upcoming Dates:  Sept. 24th : Fall Leadership Rally-Belleville West, for all board members, chairs and

                                                 Prospective club leaders. Register at next meeting.

                              Sept. 22-24: BBQ Championship Buffets; Kids’ Que on the 26th.

                              Nov. 3-6: Kiwanis Family Conference: Black Mountain, North Carolina

                              Oct. 31st: Halloween Party/Trick or Treat for UNICEF

ADDITIONAL BUSINESS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS 

ATTENDANCE AWARD: $15.00                              

DOOR PRIZES                                

ADJOURN                                       

 

IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU SHOW UP FOR ALL SHIFTS THAT YOU SIGN UP FOR. MANY PEOPLE AREDEPENDING ON YOU. IF SOMETHING COMES UP, CONTACT MR. HALL SO THAT WE CAN MAKE OTHER PLANS.

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