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Club House
Feb 18, 2020 12:00 PM
 
Dr. Seuss Reading Day
Feb 28, 2020
 
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Chapel Hill Club House
Feb 28, 2020 12:00 PM
 
Mid-Year Kiwanis Training
Henry Co High School
Mar 07, 2020
8:30 AM – 3:00 PM
 
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Hunter Park Owings Community Center
Mar 13, 2020 7:00 PM
 
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Chuck Watkins - Lumber Industry
Chuck Watkins spoke to the Carrollton Kiwanis Club on Friday, February 7, 2020 in the Hubbard Dining Room on the Campus of the University of West Georgia.  Mr. Watkins informed the club of building trends of using wood in contruction, and marketing trends of supply and demand.
 
 
Photo:  Cathy Farley and Chuck Watkins
 
 
 
 
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February Milestones 2020
February Birthdays 2020
 
03   Stuart Yahm
05   Bill Erickson
08   Johnny Tanner
19   Cathy Farley
21   Jackie Bridges
27   Bob Myers

February Anniversaries
 
04   Joe & Patricia Bell
08   Harris & Connie Johnson
18   Terry & Cynthia Langley
 
 
 
 
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Winning Art 2020
Art and Music Showcase 2020
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The music competition
The Carrollton Kiwanis Foundation awarded $ 1,500 in scholarships to winners in the music competition on Sunday, February 9, 2020 at Carrollton's Center for the Arts.
 
 
photo:  Music winners with Neil Weathington, Showcase Chair, and Cathy Farley, Kiwanis President.
 
 
First place in music was awarded to pianist Justin Shin.   He played Ètude  (Opus 25, No. 12) by Frédéric François Chopin.   Justin is an eleventh grader at Bremen High School.  He was awarded a scholarship of five hundred dollars.
 
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Second place in music was awarded to pianist James Cullison.  He played Tarantella in A Minor by Albert Pieczonka.  James is a sophomore at Bremen High School.  He was awarded a scholarship of four hundred dollars.
 
Third place in music was awarded to trombonist Kenji Trumble.  He played Morceau Symphonique (Opus 88) by Alexandre Guilmant, and was accompanied by Yoshimi Trumble on piano.   Kenji is a senior at Central High School.   He was awarded a scholarship of three hundred dollars.
 
Fourth place in music was awarded to pianist Camille Jennings.  She played Alla Tarantella  (Opus 39, No .2) by Edward MacDowell.   Camille is a home schooled Junior.  She was awarded a scholarship of two hundred dollars.
 
Fifth place in music was awarded to Soprano Victoria Ocampo.  She sang O mio babbino caro by Giacomo Puccini, and was accompanied on piano by Brenda Sue Holcombe.   Victoria is a junior at Carrollton High School.  She was awarded a scholarship of one hundred dollars.
 
 
 
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Art Winners 2020
The Carrollton Kiwanis Foundation awarded $ 1,500 in scholarships in the art competition on Sunday, February 9, 2020.
 
photo:   Students who won art awards.
 
 
The Best in Show award and five hundred dollar scholarship went to Emmanuel Ramos, junior at Villa Rica High School, for his charcoal drawing titled Legacy.  
 
 
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Isabella Marlow, senior at Mt. Zion High School, won First Place and was awarded a $ 400 scholarship for her photography titled Shania.
 
 
Emma Guthrie, freshman at Villa Rica High School, won Second Place and was awarded a $ 300 scholarship for her watercolor and ink drawing titled The Stairwell.
 
 
Karlee Wyatt, senior at Bowdon High School, won Third Place and was awarded $ 200 scholarship for her charcoal drawing entitled Full Steam Ahead.
 
 
Jacey Singleton, sophomore at Temple High School, won Fourth Place and was awarded a $ 100 scholarship for watercolor drawing titled Noodles.
 
 
Jared Arredondo, Junior at Villa Rica High School, was presented Honorable Mention for his colored pencil drawing titled Sunflower.
 
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Herald's Report February 07,  2020

Let the visitor beware -
for Dr. Fred Richards
Introduces guests

with a FLARE !!!

(February 7, 2020)
 
Nathaniel Smith  -  Richard Dixon invited prospective member Nathaniel Smith, local attorney and candidate for State Court Judge.  Nathaniel was a member of our club years ago when he was called to active duty in the war on terrorism.  He's married and has three sons.  Accompanying Nathaniel was his Legal Assistant, Ann Willett.  We hope she returns as well
 
 
  Steve Fuller  -  Johnny Tanner brought prospective member and District Four Commissioner Steve Fuller.  Steve is known for many things, among them:  being a retired Navy veteran of 22 years, a retired educator (17 years), and the owner/operator of Swampfox Vineyards.
 
- Fred
 
 
 
 
 
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The Nifty Fifty Fifty Club Raffle
Bird watcher extraordinaire, Dr. Bob Myers, tries his hand.
46 cards remain.  $317 are in the pot.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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