Completing one out of two:
Hello Fellow Kiwanis members,
We are going to change our contest this year it will be a Facebook competition. As you know every club should have and be using a Facebook page. I will be judging on the following criteria:
Please use this link for info and material about building a great club page!
As always I am happy to help firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public Relations Chair
Regular newsletters are a great way to inform and engage members. This contest is meant to recognize those clubs that do a great job! Yankiwanian Editor Karl Uzcategui will be the judge, and even offer suggestions if asked!
The New England District of Kiwanis International has instituted the Legion of Merit to recognize members who have served Kiwanis for 5, 10, 15, and 20 years of service.
The program consists of a pin and a certificate.
5 years – copper
10 years – bronze
15 years – silver
20 years – gold.
The certificate is suitable for framing for your home or office.
The number of years does not have to be in one club, and membership does not have to be continuous. A member is considered eligible within six months of the required number of years.
John J. Maihos, Legion of Merit Chair
27 Pearl Street, Beverly, MA 01915
Cost is $4.95 per member plus $7.35 per order for shipping. Make the check payable to the New England & Bermuda District of Kiwanis, and mail to John Maihos.
NOTE: For fastest service, please TYPE all names and EMAIL the completed form.
Allow 4 weeks for processing and mailing.
When do you make the presentation? This is up to each club; any day is a god day to recognize members. Remember to send a press release to your local newspaper.
At Kiwanis International, the Legion of Honor recognizes members with 25 or more years of service. Your can learn more about the Legion of Honor at the Kiwanis International web site.