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Content: This page contains links to Lt. Governor Bulletins for Division 33 of Cal-Nev-Ha District of Kiwanis International. If you wish to contact us, please feel free to E-mail at the address listed below.

2001-2002 Division 33 Lt. Robert McDaniel News:

Division 33 is in 2nd place in the Cal-Nev-Ha District and 34th place in KIF. Division 33 has donated $151,333.86 to help over 3.03 million children fight IDD worldwide. In Cal-Nev-Ha District, the Div. 33 clubs are ranked: Kern - 4th; Westchester - 12th; Tehachapi - 21st and Shafter - 37th. Kern Club is 86th worldwide.

2002-03 DIVISION 33 WSP-IDD SUMMARY (Report dated 9/30/02)

Club

1995-97 9/30/97

1997-98 9/30/98

1998-99 9/30/99

1999-00 9/30/00

2000-01 9/30/01

2001-02 9/30/02

Grand Totals

Bakersfield

$0.00

$1,027.42

$880.00

$2,373.00

$194.27

$0.00

$4,474.69

Delano

$50.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$50.00

East Bakersfield

$200.00

$613.24

$117.00

$1,103.00

$576.00

$20.00

$2,629.24

Golden K Rosewood-KC

$941.00

$3,277.50

$1,791.00

$1,298.00

$1,050.60

$129.00

$8,487.10

Kern

$7,648.00

$9,585.30

$6,573.51

$14,426.24

$9,003.61

$8,442.91

$55,679.57

Oildale

$1,333.00

$3,677.89

$1,179.00

$969.23

$74.50

$0.00

$7,233.62

Rosedale

$500.00

$513.77

$188.23

$1,798.04

$9.96

$0.00

$3,010.00

Shafter

$650.00

$4,678.06

$2,367.74

$4,132.00

$2,041.00

$135.00

$14,003.80

South Bakersfield

$1,220.00

$193.42

$1,725.00

$1,000.00

$500.00

$1,000.00

$5,638.42

Southwest Bakersfield

$0.00

$0.00

$125.00

$0.00

$119.85

$0.00

$244.85

Taft

$1,525.81

$1,270.03

$562.95

$1,015.31

$777.90

$0.00

$5,152.00

Tehachapi

$3,778.16

$7,150.12

$2,881.37

$2,226.57

$2,500.00

$956.73

$19,492.95

Westchester

$6,615.00

$9,692.39

$2,645.00

$3,750.00

$2,000.00

$0.00

$24,702.39

Undefined

$228.19

$0.00

$307.00

$0.00

$0.00

$0.00

$535.19

Totals

$24,689.16

$41,679.14

$21,342.80

$34,091.39

$18,847.69

$10,683.64

$151,333.82

KIWANIS STATUS OF WORLDWIDE SERVICE PROJECT - IDD

As of September 30, 2002, the Kiwanis family has contributed, pledged, and set club goals for $78,763,263.72 toward its $75 million goal. Total cash contributions are $69,839,425.77. As of July 30, 2002, Kiwanis International has awarded US$51,414,496 in grants to 95 nations and areas to support their programs for the virtual elimination of iodine deficiency disorders (IDD). The use of the funds is monitored by UNICEF and its field staffs.

KIWANIS MAKES US FUND FOR UNICEF HOME PAGE

On September 24, 2002, the United States Fund for UNICEF features Kiwanis International and its Worldwide Service Project on the home page of its Web site at www.unicefusa.org. The presentation announces Kiwanis' "Challenge Grant," which encourages US Fund supporter to contribute to the global fight against iodine deficiency disorders. Other features include: a review of the Kiwanis-UNICEF partnership to virtually eliminate the world's leading preventable cause of mental disabilities; the global campaign, a photo gallery, special reports, and news coverage.

KIWANIS' WORLDWIDE SERVICE PROJECT GALA IN NEW ORLEANS

On June 20, 2002 at the Fairmont Hotel, the US Fund for UNICEF honored Kiwanis with a gala for its outstanding work to virtually eliminate Iodine Deficiency Disorders (IDD). To date, $51.4 million grants have been made to 95 nations. Each year over 9 million children are born without IDD. PSDLG John Stephenson was honored for his work with the Kern Kiwanis Club in being ranked 86th of 8400 clubs worldwide. As A Salute to Kiwanis, John and other attendees were given James Kiberd's art work showing a powerful image of an embracing family entitled "Merci UNICEF". (Left)

$75 million -- and counting -- against IDD

The Kiwanis family is poised to accomplish what is being described as "one of the most significant health-related accomplishments in history." Kiwanis has fulfilled-and is proceeding beyond-its promise to the world's children to raise $75 million for the virtual elimination of iodine deficiency disorders (IDD), the world's leading preventable cause of mental retardation. Complete Story

DIVISION 33 HONOR CLUB BANNERS

To date, only 9 clubs have received the "Honor Club Banner" in the Cal-Nev-Ha District. Three are in Div. 33: Kern Club (35 Hixsons and 3 Tablet of Honor), Westchester Club (21 Hixsons and 3 Tablet of Honor) and Tehachapi Club (15 Hixsons and 1 Tablet of Honor). On June 13, 2001, Div. 33 Lt. Gov. Phil Field with Kiwanis International Foundation District Chair PDLG Phil Niederauer presented Tehachapi Club President Al Gregg with the newest Honor Club Banner at their regular meeting.

KERN CLUB 4TH DUNLAP

On January 17, 2002, during the Div. 33 DCM at Denny's, PSDLG John Stephenson presented the William A. Dunlap Fellowship award to 2000-01 Div. 33 Lt. Gov. Phil Field by the Kern Kiwanis Club for his outstanding leadership. Fifty percent of the $1,000 goes to the WSP/IDD. (Right)

KERN MEMBER INTERVIEWED BY HERB BENHAM

On April 10, 2001, Columnist Herb Benham of the The Bakersfield Californian wrote an article on Kern member John Stephenson entitled Giving makes 'Mr. Kiwanis' salt of the earth.Complete Article

2001-02 Lt. Gov. Robert McDaniel News

2000-01 Lt. Gov. Phil Field News

1999-00 Lt. Gov. Ray Hacker News

1998-99 Lt. Gov. Marvin Fuller News

1997-98 Lt. Gov. Rudy Arambula News

1996-97 Lt. Gov. John Rodgers News

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