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BIRTHDAY CORNER

JULY BIRTHDAY WISHES TO:

Marty Askelson

Pat Askelson

L.G “Bud” Eaton

Happy Birthday to everyone else who was born in July!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ALL OF YOU AND MAY YOU SEE MANY MORE!

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Members List:

Club President:
L.G. Eaton
Vice President:
Marty Askelson
Secretary:
Bobbie DeCoster
Treasurer:
Kathi Straw
Trustee:
Les Straw
Ed Straw
Joe Loutsis
Karen Spencer
Club Manager:
Annette Eaton
Newsletter, Web:
Don Ivanhoe

Links Section


CITY OF KENMORE

KENMORE LIBRARY

NORTHSHORE SENIOR CENTER

NORTHSHORE SCHOOL DISTRICT

KENMORE HERITAGE SOCIETY

ARTS OF KENMORE

BASTYR UNIVERSITY

KENMORE & DISTRICT PIPE BAND

KCC HALL RENTAL
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JULY 2014

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EVENTS

ELEVENTH ANNUAL KENMORE NON-PROFIT PICNIC
Wednesday, July 9, 2014 at 6:30 PM

Hosted by KENMORE COMMUNITY CLUB
7304 N.E. 175th Street, Kenmore, WA

PLEASE RSVP- we need to know how many hot dogs to buy!!
425-486-4202 or 425-488-8350

KENMORE COMMUNITY CLUB – HOT DOGS, BUNS & CONDIMENTS

THE ARTS OF KENMORE
KENMORE SENIOR CENTER
KENMORE HERITAGE SOCIETY
FRIENDS OF THE KENMORE LIBRARY

We will be having a Hopelink Raffle!!!! And will be accepting Hopelink Food Donations

Please bring a potluck to share!

Remember, if you can't drive or find a way to get to the club, rides are available to members for our potlucks. Just give your Prez a call at 425-488-8350 or Trustee Ed Straw at 425-485-3093 and we will make the arrangements.


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HOPELINK

Here it is July, and picnic time! That means good friends, good food, good times, and a good moneymaking time for Hopelink with the raffle. There will be good prizes again this year, so bring some extra money to buy your tickets. Remember all the work and effort and money is for Hopelink. We are very lucky to be on the side of giving instead of receiving. Besides prizes donated by Community Club members, we have donations from Ostrom’s, Inglewood Auto, Starbucks, Kenmore Lanes, Doctor Mark Andrews, Kenmore Camera, and a promise from the 192 Brewing Lake Trail Taproom. Many thanks to one and all.

As always there is the food drive. Members, friends, family and guests are urged to bring non-perishable food any time. You bring, I'll deliver.

-Your Link to Hopelink, Bev Peterson


Dates to Remember
JULY 2014

-1st- Canada Day, Canada

-4th- Happy Birthday AMERICA, Fly your flag proudly and properly

-9th- Community Club Potluck / Non-profit picnic 6:30pm

-12th- Full moon

-13th- Disneyland opened (1955)

-20th- First manned moon landing (1969)

-23rd- KCC Board Meeting 6pm

-26th- Americans with Disabilities Act signed

-29th- NASA was created (1958)


History Quiz for April 2014 (Geography)

What is the most remote resort community in the United States?

Page 26 Washington Trivia, Compiled By Patricia Callander Hedtke and John Hedtke

First person with a correct answer at the next meeting will get a flag.


HOSPITALITY
If anyone knows about anyone who is ill or just needs a card of support, please call me. Thanks!

- Marlene Rice 425-488-9674


The importance of club members and interested supporters of the community participating in club work parties cannot be stressed enough. Without the help more of this work will be farmed out which will raise the cost of our operations. Please remember this is your club house, you own it and it is up to you to help maintain it.

CONTRIBUTE NEWS ARTICLES
Come on, it is your newsletter; let's get some contributions from you. August newsletter input deadline is August 6th.


COMMITTEES
MEMBERSHIP & ACTIVITIES 2013

Hospitality: Chair Marlene Rice
• Entertainment/Promotions: _____
• History: L.G. (Bud) Eaton
• HopeLink: Chair Bev Peterson
• Classic Car Show: Ed Straw

ORGANIZATION
Nominations: _____
• Manager Contact: Co-Chairs Ed Straw & Marty Askelson
• Constitution & By-laws: _____
• Audit: Chair John Hendrickson

If you are interested in serving on a 2014 committee please let your president know. As you can tell by looking at the list we still need some volunteers who are interested in working for the club.


Angel Care Calendar

The new 2014 ANGEL CARE CALENDAR produced by Angel Care Breast Cancer Foundation is available for purchase. The price is $15. Proceeds help Angel Care work one-on-one with newly diagnosed breast cancer survivors. These calendars make great gifts, especially for breast cancer survivors.

Thanks, Bobbie DeCoster


ORDER FORM 2014 ANGEL CARE CALENDAR

Name______________________
Address___________________
City______________________
State_______Zip________
Telephone_________________

Quantity ____ calendars @ $15 each. Please add $2.75 per calendar if you wish them mailed. Total plus postage if applicable $____.__

Please make checks payable to Angel Care Breast Cancer Foundation.

"Thank you for your support"

Please return order to: Bobbie DeCoster
6343 NE 156th St.
Kenmore, WA 98028,
or return this form to Bobbie at the next potluck.

If you have any questions please call Bobbie at 425-488-7537.

Bobbie will thankfully take an order from you at the meeting and save you shipping and handling by bringing your calendar to Wednesday club potluck.


Kenmore Community Club By-Laws
Kenmore Community Club Constitution
 JULY 2014 PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

Welcome back to the 11th Annual Kenmore Non-Profit organizations Picnic. We hope that you all enjoy yourself as you have in past Kenmore Community Club sponsored mid-summer picnics.

As in previous get gatherings the Community Club will furnish the hot dogs and buns and condiments, The Arts of Kenmore is to furnish drinks, Kenmore Sr. Center will bring chips, Kenmore Heritage Society is furnishing plates and utensils and Friends of the Kenmore Library can bring some desserts. We also encourage everyone to bring a potluck to share.

As the evening progresses we will ask a representative from each non-profit organization to give the group a short 3-5 minute outline of what your group has accomplished in the past year and what your function is in the community.

I apologize that I may have to miss this year's Non - Profit Picnic to be held on July 9th at the Community Club due to a slight health issue. I truly hope that everyone has a good time and I look forward to seeing you soon.

Now a bit of sad news for those of you who knew Gil Roundy. Gil passed away on June 20th in Post Falls, Idaho. Gil was a long time manager of Shoreline Savings Kenmore Branch. In fact, Gil gave Annette and I a loan when we bought our home in 1963. Gil participated in many parades and celebrations in Kenmore. Gil is survived by his wife Shurlene and one Daughter.
-LGE

INFORMATIONAL NOTE:
Now that our club members are growing in number (yea!) we need to make our new members aware of things that members are responsible to take care of after our Potluck. When our members go home for the evening it is important that the club building be clean and ready for the next person who is renting the building. Our rentals are keeping the hall "up and running". We don't want the renters to arrive to a dirty floor, counter our table.

At some point in the near future our members need to participate in a work party to make some necessary repairs and do some basic cleaning, yard work, or even some touch up painting. If you are interested in helping at a work party or even by yourself sometime, please let Annette or one of the board members know.
-Annette

KEEP YOUR MIND OPEN TO A DATE WHEN YOU CAN HELP WITH A WORK PARTY. THERE IS A LOT OF EXTRA CLEANING, ETC. THAT NEEDS TO BE DONE.

Editor's note:
Compliments to Annette Eaton for her caring for our club president Bud in dealing with his health issues. He is currently at the Life Care Center of Kirkland at 10101 NE 120th Street. Our prayers and good wishes go to Bud and Annette.

-don


MEMBERS CORNER
STARS AND STRIPES

It's July and time to remember why we celebrate the 4th of July ... OUR BIRTHDAY! This was the 238th year of celebrating our Independence and we hope you fly your flag and also remember some of the rules for flying our flag:

- The flag should never touch the ground.
- The flag should always be lighted at night.
- Nothing should be drawn on the flag.
- The flag should not be embroidered on cushions, handkerchiefs, etc.
- The flag should not be imprinted on paper napkins, boxes or anything designed for temporary use.
- The flag should never be used for clothing, bedding or draperies.
- The flag should never be used in advertising.
- Flag pins should always be worn on the left side of your clothing near the heart.

The National Flag Code was passed in 1923 and it was common to see old ads and printed drapery fabrics decorated with our country’s flag.



The nation's finest men and women who volunteer to serve in the armed forces are stationed all around the world to support friendly countries and protect our country's interest in those lands. Please give a moment of your time and say a little prayer for these brave volunteers who are serving in this nation's military.
AUGUST NEWSLETTER INPUT DEADLINE:

August 6th

You are invited and encouraged to submit news to help fill the pages of our monthly rag. Give our editor or club president a call - we are still requesting your help in supplying information or informative articles of news or factoids to or Newsletter Editor, Don Ivanhoe at 8805 NE 139th Street, Kirkland, WA 98034-1731 or if you wish, call him at 425-823-5112. We really want your input added to the newsletters for all other members to enjoy and be informed.


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