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Sunday, March 6, 2011

Division 10 Raises Over $2500 for Juvenile Diabetes Camp

On February 19th, Boardwalk Bowl in Orlando was host to 200 enthusiastic bowlers from Division 10 Kiwanis, Aktion, Key Club, Builders club and K-Kids. Members of the K-Family from Seminole, Orange and Osceola counties came together for some good old fashioned bowling to raise money for the Juvenile Diabetes Camp. The over $2500 raised this year will be added to money raised over the past five year to establish an endowment that will provide scholarships for kids to attend the camp for years to come. This annual division 10 bowl-a-thon to raise money for camp scholarships is dedicated each year to the memory of Joe Feith, the charter President of the East Orange County Kiwanis club and long-time supporter of the camp. In addition to awards for the top bowler in each category (noted below), the K-Family traveling trophy was awarded to East Orange County for raising the most money as a K-Family. I am grateful to all the participants for coming together for a great cause. Special thanks go to Dave Schmitt (event chair), Cathy Morino (bead lady), Sid Tally (money man) and the Avalon Park Kiwanis club for helping to organize the event.

Here is a summary of the top bowlers:

Kiwanis Men

Jerry Posey- Seminole Sunrise 185

Dave Schmitt - Avalon Park 179

Chris Kopytko- Avalon Park 168

Kiwanis Women

Nicole Kopytko- Avalon Park 156

Patty McCurdy - Kissimmee 151

Daryl Flynn - East Orange 146

Aktion Club

Jason - Wildcat Aktion Club 109

William - Wildcat Aktion Club 102

Christina - Wildcat Aktion Club 87

Key Club

Lobster - Trinity Pre Key Club 176

Nicholas - Trinity Prep Key Club 169

Pooplas - Trinity Prep Key Club 157

Builders Club

Justin L - Avalon Builders Club 108

Ashley - Esteem Builders Club 97

Fletcher - Trinity Prep Builders Club 94


John C - Waterford K-Kids 117

Samuel - Waterford K-Kids 114

Thomas - Waterford K-Kids 106

Celeste Waterford K-Kids 100 (Girl)

Saturday, March 5, 2011

Circle K International at UCF Recognized at State Level

The Circle K International club at the University of Central Florida, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of East Orange County, was awarded numerous prizes and awards at the Florida CKI 52nd District Convention in Tampa February 18-20, 2011.

K-Family Relation Award 2nd Place

Governor's Project Member - 3rd Place - Ellie Baialieva

Outstanding Club Editor Award - 3rd Place - Sydney Walker

Outstanding Club Treasurer Award - 2nd Place - Robert Draper

Governor's Project Award

Jack Gillrup Scrapbook Award - 2nd Place

Total Club Achievement Award - 2nd Place

Outstanding Club President Award - 1st Place - Ellie Baialieva

Outstanding Chairmen of the Year - Legal Chair - Adler Dehner

Outstanding Secretary Award - 2nd Place - Natchez Hanson

Outstanding Member Award - 3rd place - David Braverman

Most enthusiastic DCON attendee - David Braverman

Governor's recognition Award - Maggie Gilson

Governor's recognition Award - Natchez Hanson

The Kiwanis Club of East Orange County is proud of CKI’s accomplishments and extends its congratulations to the UCF club for another outstanding year!

Circle K International (CKI) is an international collegiate service organization that is a sponsored leadership program of Kiwanis International. It promotes service, leadership, and fellowship. With over 13,250 members, it is the largest collegiate service organization of its kind in the world