BE ONE of Kiwanis Ambassadors - Membership Committee initiative

Dear fellow Kiwanians,  
The Kiwanis Ambassadors project is an initiative of the Membership Committee that is intended to raise the Club’s profile at all levels of the Community as well as strengthen our relationships with the groups we support. This pilot project will showcase opportunities where individuals can proudly represent and serve Kiwanis and is also a way for those who may be unable to attend regular luncheons, or actively serve on a committees, to stay involved.

Below you will find a few such community events related to the Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa and it is our intention to expand this list to include all of the other community groups we currently support.

Please let Guy Milne or Dan Brunette know if you are interested in attending one of these events as a Kiwanis Ambassador!

Guy Milne guy.milne@cibc.com Dan Brunette dbrunette@bgcottawa.org

Phil Rossy,93rd President

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Charity BBQ at M&M Meat Shops 
 June 25, 2011  10-4 pm,  250 Greenbank Road   Kiwanis participation is unlimited

Camp Smitty Open House  June 26, 2011  1-5 pm   98 Mink Lake Road (90 Minutes from Ottawa).  Kiwanis participation is unlimited and transport can be provided for up to 24 people on a first come, first serve basis.

Polo For Learning 2011   July 16th, 2011   Noon-4PM   - 401 Corkstown Road (Nepean Equestrian Park)  Two tickets have been earmarked for Kiwanians at the BGC table in the VIP section. Kiwanis participation is unlimited for those wishing to purchase 10$  individual or 25$ family tickets.              

Cool Moves Day hosted by the Police Youth Center (PYC) Clubhouse  Picnic in the Park!  July 23, 2011  1:30-3:30 Mooney's Bay, Ottawa    Kiwanis participation is unlimited

DIMENSIONS - Ottawa's Premier Sculpture Exhibit National Capital Network of Sculptors   September 16-25th  St. Brigid's Centre for the Arts & Culture  310 St.Patrick St. Ottawa.   The Boys and Girls can reserve a limited number of tickets for the invitation only exhibit’s vernissage for Kiwanians with interest in the Sculptural Arts. The exhibit itself if free.