√ June 3:
Sarah Atkins-Rauwald for The Big Garden, non-profit garden here in Omaha. https://biggarden.org/
√ June 10:
Tiffany H. Regan: Executive Director | Omaha Parks Foundation
√ June 17:
David Edmund Black: Senior Director - Public Affairs - Union Pacific Railroad
June 24:
Edward A. Morse: Creighton Law Professor and Father Flanagan League Society of Devotion President - Speaking mostly about a movie to be released this Fall about Father Flanagan


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Welcome to the Kiwanis Club of West Omaha
Founded in 1938 for Kiwanis Club of Greater Omaha and founded in 1961 for Kiwanis Club Westside which have merged together to form the Kiwanis Club of West Omaha. Each has a rich history of community service throughout the years. We are an eclectic mix of ages, genders, occupations, backgrounds and interests. We are all passionate about making our community and the world a better place for children so they can thrive. We are devoted to serving the children in our local community and also children all across the country and worldwide through unique and innovative service projects and fundraising initiatives. Members and invited guests meet each Monday at Noon for food, fellowship, and for the opportunity to hear from speakers about important matters in our region.
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Attendance 13 Members.

The meeting was opened with a prayer led by Kip. . This was followed with the Pledge of Allegiance. 
No winner for 50/50 drawing.
Stu collected Happy Bucks.

Dale said Reading for Sacred Heart School will start this week. The Dates are January 18th, February 1st and February 15th.  Dale and Joel signed up for January 18th. 2 more volunteers are needed.  Barb and Dave signed up for February 1st. 2 more volunteers are needed.  4 Volunteers are needed for February 15th.  Contact Dale if you are available to volunteer.
Joel reported we had an Interclub at the Kiwanis Meeting at Country Side Church. Eddie, Greg, Joann and Deb attended it.
Kip introduced our speaker Jay Lund Principal of Greenslate Development & Blackstone District.

Jay brings extensive commercial real estate experience and strong local relationships to GreenSlate’s diverse portfolio. Listening to what Omaha locals want and feel is missing from their city, Jay strives to craft a sense of place through strategic partnerships with tenants and investors. His vision is to create a neighborhood destination filled with unique experiences. A very interesting speaker.

Monroe Burianek, Lauritzen Gardens: Adult Education and Volunteer Coordinator will be our speaker for January 22nd.
Our next meeting is January 22nd at noon at Legends.
Submitted by Barb St John