June 7, 2004 - Vol. 15, No. 36

 News That Concerns Kiwanians and Their Families


Roger Landry

Senior Members
Bob Turner, Peter Karagianis, Roger Webster, Ed Chertok, Ed Merski, Howard Bacon, Roger Ballantyne

Polly Chertok with Sr. Member Ed Chertok; John Stow, Liberty Mutual, with Pres.-Elect Paul Cotton

John Stow with neighbor Pres.-Elect Paul Cotton

Photo by W.S. Loughlin


Polly and Sr. Member Ed Chertok and their ne'er-do-well son, Joe

Photo by W.S. Loughlin


Pres. Warren Mitchell advises that we have been invited to by LRGHealthcare to a Founders' Circle cocktail party at 138 Cotton Hill Rd., Friday, June 25, 5p-7p, because of our contributions.

Pres. Warren Mitchell reminds all that we are invited to send two delegates to the New England District Convention, August 19-21, Springfield, Mass.

Thanx, Part 2
Sec.'y Kathy Calvin reports the club received three thank-you letters from the Wood family for the Bike Rodeo. We also had a note from Dianne Zawacki at the Teen Center four helping them get a new stove and refrigerator.

On board for our last Reading Is FUNdamental appearance at Woodland Heights Elementary School were Warren Mitchell, Jane Thibault, Don Nelson, Kathy Calvin, Joe Adrignola, Larry Murphy, Randy Brough, Ed and Polly Chertok, and Nancy Williams.

Beach Party
The R.S.V.P. sign-up sheet made the rounds for our Monday, June 21, meeting hosted by Russ Beane at Southdown Shores beach. Cost is $20 per person. Plus ones are welcome. Cocktails are at 5:30p and dinner at 6:30p.

Motorcycle Week
Chair Paul Cotton passed around the sign-up sheet again for our biggest sales week of the year. He encourages Senior Members to pick up some of the early weekday shifts. Lakeside Ave. will be motorcycles-only starting at 8a, Monday, June 14. The Weirs Bridge will close at 12n, Thursday, June 17. Parking will be available at Thurston's Marine, Channel Lane--contact Paul for parking permits. The train will be running between Lakeport and the Weirs Thursday through Sunday.

Saturday, June 12
1p-5p: Michael Bastraw, Phil Bonafide, Dianne Roberts

Sunday, June 13
1p-5p: Michael Bastraw, ___________, ___________

Monday, June 14
1p-5p: Nancy Williams, Larry Murphy
5p-9p: Russ Beane, Jeff Stone

Tuesday, June 15
9a-1p: ___________, ___________
1p-5p: Chet Cilley, Ed Chertok
5p-9p: Phil Bonafide, Don Nelson, ___________

Wednesday, June 16
9a-1p: Ed Chertok, ___________
1p-5p: Larry Murphy, Howard Bacon, Ed Merski
5p-9p: Phil Bonafide, Dennis Denoncourt, ___________

Thursday, June 17
9a-1p: Chet Cilley, ___________
1p-5p: Nancy Williams, Larry Murphy, Ed Chertok
5p-9p: Phil Bonafide, Don Nelson, ___________

Friday, June 18
9a-1p: Roger Ballantyne, Ed Merski
1p-5p: Chet Cilley, Steve Loughlin, Michael Bastraw
5p-9p: Don Nelson, Sue Nelson, Ed Chertok

Saturday, June 19
9a-1p: Paul Cotton, Carroll Stafford, Paul Normandin, Roger Webster
1p-5p: Don and Sue Nelson, Jim and Arlene Fortier, Dianne Roberts
5p-9p: Paul Cotton, Don Nelson, Sue Nelson, Joe Collie

Sunday, June 20
8a-12n: Paul Cotton, ___________, ___________
12n-3:15p: Paul Cotton, Don and Sue Nelson, Jim and Arlene Fortier, Steve Loughlin, Michael Bastraw, ___________, ___________, ___________

Thanx, Part 3
Pres. Warren Mitchell reports that club has been invited to view the dedication of our ceiling tile at the Teen Center, Wednesday, 2p.

Sr. Member Ed Chertok auctioned off two GOP BBQ tickets for Saturday, Smith Meetinghouse Rd., Gilmanton. Sheriff Dan Collis won the $40 tickets for $25.

Pres. Warren Mitchell advises the Boards will meet next Monday.

Russ Beane/Jeff Stone, $20

Jeff Stone and Russ Beane share the wealth.

Photo by W.S. Loughlin


Happy Dollars
The 50/50 winners came up with happy dollars; Roger Landry for Sheriff Don Collis surviving sitting next to Roger Webster; Larry Murphy for his 50th high school anniversary next weekend; and Bob Turner for his 63rd high school reunion coming up.

Guest Speaker
Sr. Member Roger Webster introduced Sheriff Dan Collis, Belknap County Sheriff's Dept. to the club. He gave a PowerPoint presentation on their homeland security efforts under the umbrella of the Belknap Regional Special Operations Program. The group is made up of law enforcement and EMS personnel. Their funds include $500,000 from a Congressional grant and $40,000 from Homeland Security. Sr. Member Roger Webster then presented him with pink boxer shorts autographed by the Sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona.

Sheriff Don Collis and Sr. Member Roger Webster

Photo by W.S. Loughlin


Sheriff Dan Collis gets his official bloomers.

Photo by W.S. Loughlin


Monday, July 12
Boards meet; NISE

Monday, July 5
No meeting

Monday, June 28

Monday, June 21
We meet at Southdown Shores beach for a cookout courtesy of Russ Beane and Warren Mitchell. Steak and chicken will be on the menu. Cost is $20 per person and plus-ones are allowed.

Monday, June 14
Boards meet; NISE

Jammin' Joe Collie is in the house.

Photo by W.S. Loughlin


Michael Bastraw

Kiwanis Kronikle is a weekly publication of the Kiwanis Club of Laconia, N.H., P.O. Box 757, Laconia, N.H. 03247-0757. We meet Mondays at 6:15 p.m. at the Pheasant Ridge Country Club, Country Club Rd., Gilford, N.H. Please call your President or Secretary about any Member or family member in case of illness. Email: Michael Bastraw or Steve Loughlin

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