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Thursdays at 12:00 PM
Red Lion Hotel
204 West Fox Farm Road
Cheyenne, WY 82007
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CFD is almost upon us. 
There are opportunities for Kiwanis Club members to participate outside of volunteering for the Pancake Breakfasts. (Remembering that volunteering to help stage the breakfasts should be number one on our list.)
On Tuesday, July 23, the Kiwanis International President will be hosted at an informal dinner/BBQ to be held at the Warehouse at 5 pm. All members and a guest are welcome to attend. Please contact Chuck Tyler if you plan to attend. There is a limit of 50 attendees for this event.
That same evening, the International President will be attending the Melodrama at the Atlas Theater downtown. Chuck Tyler has reserved 80 seats for Kiwanis Club members and their guests for the performance, which starts at 7 pm. Contact him for tickets. (Payment may be charged to your club bill.)  
On Wednesday, the International President will be attending the Breakfast in the morning. It's a great time to meet informally with her.
Wednesday evening features an event for Club officers and directors, an informal dinner at Kent and Laura Drake's new home. Contact Chuck Tyler if you intend to attend this get-together. 
Thursday features the annual presentation by the Indian Committee at the noon Club lunch meeting. Lunch that day begins at 11:00 AM.
Saturday, July 27, there will be an Honor Dance at the Indian Village at 3 pm. All members and guests are invited to attend this celebration. 
Below is a link to the Pancake Breakfast volunteer sign-up. We will open this sign-up to Cheyenne Club members first and then I will send it out to other volunteer groups and Clubs on Tuesday, July 2. Please feel free to send me names/emails of others outside the Club that might be interested in receiving the sign-up link.
As a reminder:
  • Some committees are not included in the sign-up. The ones included are open to general volunteers and are often where we need the most help. If you do not see a committee listed and are interested in helping in another area, please contact the committee chair directly.
  • If you have family, friends or colleagues that would like to volunteer, please sign them up by including their name – NOT the business or organization in the "Name" field. It makes it very difficult to check-in volunteers when we don’t have their name and we are not able to prepare a nametag for them.
  • To address safety concerns and concerns from the Health Department, please remember that you must be 12 years or older to work back by the grills. If we have young volunteers, they can help in the serving line (plates, forks and napkins are good spots) or we also need additional volunteers to carry food from time-to-time as well.  This includes family and friends that are just stopping by to say hello – they need to stay back by the supply truck or bus, they should not be around the grills.
Please reach out with any questions,
Debbie LaFaso has long-sleeved shirts for sale with the "official" Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast logo printed on the back. Just the thing to show your club affiliation while working at the Frontier Days pancake breakfasts. They meet the safety requirement for the long-sleeved shirt if you are to be working anywhere near a grill, and give great protection from the sun's rays if you are working elsewhere. See her at Thursday's regular meeting, give her a call at 307-221-7378 or email her at . $32 each.
Club/committee members who need propane tanks for their project are asked to first use partially full tanks, before they start a new one. Why? The fill charge for each tank, whether it is partially full or empty, makes no difference, is $75 per tank. The charge is a flat rate, with no proportional credit for topping off a partially full tank. It cost in the neighborhood of $825 when the tanks were last topped off, and much of that went toward topping off partially full tanks.
So, if you need propane, take and use a partially full tank and, if you think that may not be enough, take a full tank as a backup.
Your cooperation is appreciated by the Club's budget.
For the information of everyone who would like to loan out Kiwanis Club-owned equipment, please see the Download Files section to the left of this homepage and comply with the policy stated therein. The general ground rules and necessary loan request/maintenance fee sheet and indemnification form are included in this file.  Only requests accompanied by fully completed paperwork will be considered. This includes listing the stovetender, transportation and food you have arranged, and other considerations that must be made for the project to work.  The Quartermaster does not have the time to do all of the ground work for you. Your cooperation is appreciated.

         Please Note: For Cheyenne Kiwanis Community House Reservations at Lions Park, Please Call 637-6429
         (The Community House is a function of Cheyenne Parks & Recreation, not the Kiwanis Club )

Any of the officers or board members can be reached by their personal email by clicking on their name under the STAFF/DIRECTORS section on the right side of the home page.

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