News from the Kiwanis Club of Asheville
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The Skywanian
 

The newsletter for Kiwanis Club of Asheville
Charter established August 11, 1919  Asheville, NC

 
Currently, we are meeting on Zoom every Tuesday from 12-1.  If you would like information on how to join our meeting, please reply to this email.
 
The Asheville Kiwanis Club meets for lunch, a business meeting and a guest speaker from 12-1:30pm  on Tuesdays (except for the last Tuesday of the month) in the fellowship hall of St. Mark's Lutheran Church, on the corner of Merrimon Ave. and Chestnut St. (across from Harris Teeter) 

We also have an evening club, Kiwanis One, which meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays from 5:30 - 7 at different venues around town.  Join our Facebook page for up to date information. 

 
Guests are always welcome!
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December 15, 2020
  • We had 12 members at our virtual holiday party and enjoyed playing Christmas Jeopardy!
  • You should have received your Quarter 1 dues.  Please try to mail them to Ashley at First Bank by the end of the year   (10 S. Tunnel Road  Asheville, NC  28805) 
  • No meetings December 22 or 29.  See you on January 5, 2021.  
Our club provided a nice Chick Fil A lunch to the women and children at Steadfast House on Dec. 5th.  They were very appreciative!  
The moms with children are in the process of creating wish lists on Amazon for Christmas gifts. We will get these ordered next week so they can be delivered by Christmas and the moms can get them wrapped.  
May 16, 2021
We have received  sponsorships of $750 from Whole Foods and $250 from TSA Choice!

     We need your help getting sponsors!
  Click here to print a copy of our sponsorship packet to give a potential sponsor, or let us know if you have someone you would like us to talk to. 
January 5 - Jim Fox, Senior Resilience Associate with NEMAC-Fernleaf, a public-private organization that conducts risks assessments and data analysis solutions for communities and institutions, including climate related resilience.  Jim will speak on some of his experiences providing services to communities nationwide, which include Asheville, Chapel Hill,  Raleigh, and Ft. Lauderdale
January 12  - Kiwanian Karon Korp will provide her insights on growth and development in the Asheville Real Estate Market
January  19 - Neal Reed, Director of Operations for New Morning Ltd will speak on the life and legacy  of prominent local philanthropist John Cram who recently passed away and had a huge impact on development in downtown Asheville. Cram owned New Morning Gallery, Fine Arts Theatre, and other businesses in town
January 26 - Mary Spivey, Community Manager of the Collider, will speak on the programs and operations of the Collider, a global center for climate entrepreneurs based in downtown Asheville
 
2020-2021 officers and board members 
Not pictured, Scott Rogers
Mission Statement
 
Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world, one child and one community at a time.
Officers

Ashley Huggins, President 

Scott Schwarzkopf,
 President-Elect

Elaine Grella, Secretary

Scott Rogers, Treasurer
 
Board of Directors
Bryce Gilbert
Gregg Stamey
Windell Camanse, Past President
 
Foundation Board
 
Scott Schwarzkopf,  President

JoAnn Morgan, Vice President

 Russ Martin, Treasurer
Skywanian Editor
     Elaine Grella
Past Skywanian Issues
Kiwanis Resources
Kiwanis International
Carolina Kiwanian
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