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Service Tuesday for Past President and Past Lt. Governor Ken George
01/19/2018
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R. Ken George died on Monday, January 15, 2018.  Services will be held...

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KEY LEADER NEXT MONTH !! FIND CANDIDATES NOW
01/17/2018
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Key Leader is returning to the SW District in February. That's right, not...
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Work Day at Kiwanis Learning Garden Sunday Feb. 11
01/15/2018
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Cirrelda and Les Storhaug have a plan to build planter boxes and the frame for...

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Silver Status in Kiwanis "Today Club"
01/14/2018
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January 10, 2018

Congratulations!

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Check out January Speakers....
01/04/2018

On the HOME PAGE, click on "Tuesday Luncheon Speaker Info"

 

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2017 Charitable Review Committee Awards $13,850 to 7 Great Causes
09/24/2017

2017 Charitable review committee final determination

1) New Mexico Museum of...

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Young Children: Priority One (YCPO) is the Kiwanis Intl. movement supporting our youngest children and their parents.  Early Childhood Development (ECD) refers to wide-ranging national efforts to promote the health, education, and safety of children Prenatal through age 6.
 
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           YCPO Newsletter Jan 2013  , which refers to these four articles:

                        KARA  - How America compares to 'child-friendly' nations

                        SCREEN TIME scan from K Magazine.pdf
                               "Two-thirds of infants and toddlers watch a 
                                 screen more than two hours a day."
                            


                        SCARED SICK   
                                "Violence begins in the brain, and the brain                         
                                  begins in the womb."
 
                        PARENTS, NOT SCREENS -
                                "there is no substitute for human interaction with loving parents 
                                and caretakers and for opportunities for children to explore 
                                their physical environment."