July – Sept 2005

September 19, 2005 – New Officer Installation – The annual ceremony marking the turnover of the club’s executive officers and directors was held this week at the Dutch Inn. Current President Denis Dunne acted as master of ceremonies. Invited guests included: Gerry Lethbridge, Lt. Governor of Division 20; Rufus Kenny, Lt. Governor of the Key Club Division; Guy Albert, Immediate Past President of the Air Cadet League of Canada; and Mike Wedge, National Governor of the Air Cadet League of Canada. After concluding his ceremonial induction duties, Lt. Governor Gerry gave a brief address on the state of affairs in Division 20. Although we lost a couple of clubs over the past two or three years, Gerry is optimistic about the general “health” of the Division, including the prospects of forming a new club in Cape Breton. Gerry is about to begin the second year of his two year term as Lt. Governor and we wish him well.

Pictured above on left(from left to right): Monty Gautreau – Treasurer (repeating), Denise Doiron – Secretary,
Jim Marshall – President, David Jabbour – Vice-President

Pictured above on right(from left to right): Gerry Lethbridge – Lt. Governor of Division 20, Guy Albert – guest speaker and Denis Dunne – current President and Master of Ceremonies for the evening

August 22, 2005 – With the recent success of the Gold Cup and Saucer Parade, the Kiwanis Club of Charlottetown was awarded the above certificate for our float sponsorship. Our prize category was “Best Float in the Service Club or Volunteer Group Award Category”, which was won by the Town of Stratford float.
August 22, 2005 – Recently at EC&C 88th District Convention, the above pictured souvenir were being passed out to Kiwanis Clubs and Members that were receiving Awards and being Recognized. Our club was awarded with one!
August 4, 2005 – Kiwanis Dairy Bar and City of Charlottetown Anniversary Celebrations in Victoria Park a success! See pictures by clicking this link.
July 28, 2005 – Kiwanis Dairy Bar and City of Charlottetown Plan Anniversary Celebrations in Victoria Park.

The Kiwanis Dairy Bar in Victoria Park, Charlottetown is celebrating its 50th Year of Operations along with Charlottetown’s 150th Anniversary of Incorporation. Mayor Clifford Lee and Charlottetown Kiwanis Club President, Denis Dunne would like to invite residents and visitors to join them in the celebrations at Victoria Park, July 30 (rain date, July 31.)
The Dairy Bar has been a major fundraiser for the club, says Mr. Dunne, which has assisted the club in undertaking a number of projects within Victoria Park over the years. Examples include construction of the Kiwanis Little League Ball Diamond in 1984; sponsorship of the Kiwanis Dairy Bar International Ball Tournament for the last number of years; and replacement of the old wading pool in 2000 with a new state- of-the-art “splash pad” for children. The Dairy Bar also provides summer employment for up to six students. Through these projects and others, a special relationship has grown between the club and Victoria Park, a landmark in the city. “We are very proud of our relationship with the City of Charlottetown and Victoria Park”, says Mr. Dunne.

During the month of July, a number of activities and events are planned to help celebrate the Kiwanis Dairy Bar’s 50th Anniversary and 150th Anniversary of Charlottetown. The celebrations will begin with a visit to the Dairy Bar by the Mayor of Charlottetown, Clifford Lee, and the Lieutenant Governor of Kiwanis Division # 20, Gerry Lethbridge, on Friday, July 8, 2005 at 1:30 pm. On Saturday, July 30, 2005, between 1:00-4:00 p.m. Charlottetown’s 150th Anniversary “Ol’ Fashioned Fun Fair” will offer all visitors an action packed afternoon featuring various entertainment acts, a pet parade, barbecue with 150th anniversary cake and homemade lemonade, plus numerous children’s activities and balloons. Join Queen Charlotte and friends for tours of the grounds and observe the many new and antique City department vehicles and equipment on display.

The fun continues from 4:00-7:00 p.m. at the Kiwanis Dairy Bar with 50th Anniversary specials, cupcakes and events to include an antique car show with a draw for two free tickets to the Rolling Stones concert in Moncton. Members of the Club will be on hand to help celebrate this special occasion.

During the month of July, the Kiwanis Club of Charlottetown invites everyone to drop by the Dairy Bar to help them celebrate their 50th Year of Operation. Take in the breathtaking view of the entrance to the Charlottetown Harbor and enjoy the beautiful surrounds of Victoria Park while you enjoy an ice cream or cold beverage. To those 18 years of age and older, place your name in the draw for the two free Rolling Stones tickets.

July 6, 2005 – Pictured above is Immediate Past President Rene Ortiz(left) of the Key Club receiving his $1000.00 Kiwanis matching scholarship award from club member Sherry Spence.

 

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