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Why have you despised the word of the Lord, to do what is evil in his sight? 2 Samuel 12:9

Paul wrote: God’s firm foundation stands, bearing this inscription: “The Lord knows those who are his,” and, “Let everyone who calls on the name of the Lord turn away from wickedness.” 2 Timothy 2:19

Lord, forgive our foolish ways when we despise your word. Help us to live in ways that are pleasing to you. Help us to love what you love and hate what you hate. Cleanse us from all forms of unrighteousness through the blood of your son, Jesus, who is the Christ. In His name we pray. Amen.

Recent Programs and Meeting Held

Oct 18 We had a good turnout for today’s meeting; 19 members + one speaker! Bill began the meeting by ringing our bell and then led us in the Pledge of Allegiance, God Bless America and our table grace. There were no guests so he went right to committee reports. Walt reported that there are 2 K-Kids meetings today and he will be at the one at Cheston and Nick will be at the one at Paxinosa. Barb reported that our roses will arrive tomorrow morning and help is needed to construct boxes and package the roses. There will be a sheet with the number of roses each person is to take so be sure to check with her before leaving with your roses. James reported on the Opioid Awareness informational meeting next Tuesday evening at the Paxinosa school. Palmer Kiwanis will have 5 volunteers there so lets have at least that many from Easton Kiwanis. We, along with the Boys & Girls Club, the Easton Police Dept., and other panelists are on the leading edge of a wave to promote awareness. Everyone will be served pizza in the cafeteria and then go to the auditorium for a video presentation and then a discussion with 5 panelists who will be there to discuss ways to fight this problem. It is open to 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders and their parents. Ken held a brief foundation meeting to approve payment of a bill from Keenan/Nagle Advertising agency to pay for the brochures promoting the Easton Playground and Gardens project at the Boys & Girls Club. Bill reported that 4 of us attended the Easton Hosing Authority meeting on Tuesday where they affirmed their support of the 100th anniversary project and they also pledged $10,000 in support of the project. And, we have it in writing! Bill presented a check to Joanne for $100 from our southern most member Jim Masterson for the foundation to support the project. He included a note saying that he misses everyone. Then there was a check for Dean towards their weekly bowling for 20 kids, and another one from Citizen’s Hose Co. that came by way of Walt who was at the Palmer Kiwanis meeting this morning. (And Dean was at Palmer Kiwanis earlier to get yet another check from them.) Still one more check was presented to Chris Paltz in support of the PAL Fun Run. Then, Skip introduced our speaker, Jared Mast, a “philosophic artist” with a degree in city planning. He is the director of the Greater Easton Development Partnership. They were originally formed in 1983 and renamed in 2003. They are involved in the development of many Easton area projects such as the Silk Mill project, the Easton Public Market, The Easton Farmers Market (the oldest in the country) the Garlic Fest, the Bacon Fest and many other projects. The Easton Main St. initiative promotes the downtown promoting cleanliness, safety, and tourism with their ambassadors who are available to help anyone not familiar with Easton. Greater Easton is larger than the downtown and they also help support West Ward neighborhoods. They have a staff of 7 full time employees and 3-5 part timers. Many questions were addressed including the DiVinci Center proposed for downtown, future parking garages, the Black Diamond project and the Silk Mill projects.


PERSONALIZED BOOKS FOR FIRST GRADERS

in the Easton schools begins in February. Click here for the dates.

An updated Membership Directory is in the MEMBERS ONLY area
effective 10-7-17.
    
Our natural resources are not endless and energy costs continue to rise.
In an effort to help save our resources and save you some money with your water/sewer bills and energy bills, Easton Kiwanis has partnered with Conservation Warehouse. When placing an order and you enter "Kiwanis" at the coupon box you will receive a 15% discount and Easton Kiwanis will receive a donation from Conservation Warehouse. You may also download your own coupon sheet or ad sheet to print and hand out to friends and others.    Click for Coupon Sheet    Click for Ad Sheet
Oct
 Birthdays

Thomas Malerba October 01
Daniel Mino October 04

Oct
Anniversaries

Ruthann Arras 2014 3 years
Robert Butow 2015 2 years

Upcoming Speakers--Programs + Events:
Oct 19  Rose delivery today beginning at 7AM 
Oct 24  Opioid Awareness at Paxinosa School 6PM
Oct 25  8AM Breakfast Meeting at Easton Public Market 
Nov 1  Candice Dew-Seniors Helping Seniors 
Nov 4  Region 6 Meeting also Stroudsburg Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast 
Nov 8  Michael-TSA from ABE airport 
Nov 15  Dr Alison Byerly-President of Lafayette College 
Nov 22 normally no meeting-day before Thanksgiving
Nov 29  8AM Breakfast Meeting at Easton Public Market  
Dec 6  IU 20 Annual Christmas Party for Kids 
Dec 13  Kevin Dolan-County Children & Youth (and fellow Kiwanian) 
Dec 20  Firefighter of the Year, dinner event Grand Eastonian Hotel 6PM 
Dec 27  ?8AM Breakfast Meeting at Easton Public Market  
April 22, 2018  100th Anniversary Celebration of Easton Kiwanis
Green Pond Golf Course, Sunday afternoon luncheon event 
Greeters: ___________________________________________________
Oct 25  BREAKFAST 8AM at Easton City Market  
Nov 1  Skip Fairchild 
Nov 8  Walt Howell 
Nov 15  
Nov 22  ??? may be cancelled, day before Thanksgiving 
Nov 29  BREAKFAST 8AM at Easton City Market  
Dec 6  IU 20 Christmas Party at IU20 facility 
Dec 13  
Dec 20  
Dec 27  BREAKFAST 8AM at Easton City Market  
Jan 3  Skip Fairchild 
Jan 10  
Sponsored Youth Meetings:
 


               

 Cheston K-Kids
 
Club Advisor 
 Heidi Fritts
 
 3:30 - 4:45

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Wednesday, February 7, 2018
Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Wednesday, May 9, 2018
Wednesday, May 16, 2018


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 Easton Middle School Builders Club
  School Advisor  Kathleen Mulrine Gensheimer

 


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March K-Kids Club
Club Advisor John Repasch
Wednesdays at 3:30PM
11/8/17
12/13/17
1/9/18
2/13/18
3/13/18
4/10/18

 

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 Paxinosa K-Kids
 
School Advisor 
 
Mrs. Gifford’s Room (218)

Wednesday, October 11th & 18th, 3:30-4:20 PM

Wednesday, November 1st and 15th, 3:30-4:20 PM

Wednesday, December 6th and 13th, 3:30-4:20 PM

Wednesday, January 17th, 2018 3:30-4:20 PM

Wednesday, February 14th, 3:30-4:20 PM

Wednesday, March 14th, 3:30-4:20 PM

Wednesday, April 11th, 3:30-4:20 PM




 
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 Shawnee K-Kids 
 School Advisor  Givon Ellison
 Mornings 7:30 @ the main entrance

Thursday, October 26, 2017
Wednesday, Nov. 8th
Wednesday, Dec. 6th
Wednesday, Jan. 10th 2018
Wednesday, Feb. 14th
Wednesday, March14th
Wednesday, April 4th


 

 

   
   

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