|Awards Committee||Cryer, Dave
|Board of Directors||Winslow, Bob
|Budget||Clarke, Malilia C.
|Club Meetings||Burnett, Dana
||Assigns program hosts and maintains shedule for meetings. Assists hosts in lining-up speakers. Maintains Meetings sections of club website.|
|Club Satellite Committee||Rogers, Terry
|Community Services||Richwine, Don
||Meetings: Third Wednesday of every month at 8:00 a.m., Urbanna Branch of Middlesex County Public Library, unless notified otherwise by Committee Chairperson. Purpose: Identify, coordinate, and implement projects that provide help to and benefit the citizens of Middlesex County, including the arts, business affairs, citizenship, civic improvement, community beautification, conservation, health, international and cultural understanding, literacy, public affairs, and safety. Chairman Responsibilities: 1) Chair Community Services Committee meetings held for the purpose of identifying, coordinating, and implementing of selected Community Services projects. 2) Report status of Community Services projects to the board each month. 3) Coordinate with Project Managers on proposed funding for next fiscal year projects prior to August 1 of each year. 4) Prepare and submit by August 15 to Budget Committee proposed budget for planned Community Services projects for the upcoming fiscal year. 5) Coordinate Community Services projects with club members and community organizations, including designation of Project Manager for each such project. 6) Request funds from the Treasurer and provide to designated Project Manager for disbursement to community services organizations at the appropriate time of the year. 7) As necessary, update this Committee Charter to reflect changes in the mission of this Committee and communicate such updated Charter to Club members. 8) Work with Satellite Committee Chair to increase participation by Satellite members in Community Services projects. Project Manager Responsibilities: 1) Propose continuation of past yearly project or new projects to include time frame/date if possible. 2) Provide rational for funding if required. 3) Determine and recruit the appropriate number of volunteers for projects. 4) Obtain supplies, if necessary. 5) Keep volunteers informed of information applicable to the project. (emails, phone calls, announcements at weekly meetings, etc.) 6) Disburse funds received from the Treasurer to community service organizations on assigned projects as approved in the Community Services budget.|
|Fund Raising||Kostesky, Ray
|When it comes to fundraising, it’s all about the money...money. Well, it’s mostly about the money. Elements of fun, camaraderie, and good publicity also factor into a fundraiser’s total net value. This approach helps us raise the funds we need to conduct life-changing service projects in the Middle Peninsula.|
|Fundraising - Mardi Gras||Chambers, Greg
|Fundraising - Oyster Festival||Kostesky, Ray
||The largest fundraiser for the Kiwanis Club of Middlesex takes place on November 1-2, 2013. The club sells raw and roasted Rappahannock oysters and soft drinks to raise money to fund our various projects suporting the children and communities of Middlesex and Mathews Counties.|
|Human/Spiritual Values||Seamster, Pat
|Interclubs||Clarke, Malilia C.
|Membership Growth||Rogers, Terry
||This committee’s main goal is to increase membership. The committee considers all membership applications and submits its recommendations to the board of directors. The committee also develops an effective orientation and induction ceremony for new members and promote regular attendance by all members at club meetings.|
|Public Relations||Cryer, Dave
||This committee is responsible for helping to ensure that the public receives, through the media and other means, news about events, service projects, fundraisers, goals, programs and achievements of the club.|
|Public Relations-Social Media||Hart, Melinda J.
|Service Leadershp Programs||Russell, Russ
||Kiwanis empowers people at every stage of life to become competent, capable, and compassionate leaders by helping them learn to help others. Through its Service Leadership Programs, Kiwanis enables its youngest leaders to serve their communities, opening doors for them to change the world. As a Kiwanis member, you have the privilege of serving and guiding these young leaders.|
|The ELIMINATE Project||Shackelford, James C.
||The ELIMINATE Project is a Kiwanis International global campaign to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus (MNT). It aims to save and protect millions of mothers and their future babies. In cooperation with UNICEF, Kiwanis is eliminating MNT, a disease that kills one baby every nine minutes, by vaccinating women of child-bearing age. Kiwanis’ pledge to raise $110 million will help fund the elimination of the disease in the 38 countries that remain at risk.|
|Young Children: Priority One||Speight, Sydney
||Young Children: Priority One (YCPO), an ongoing service program of Kiwanis International, addresses the needs of young children. All clubs are encouraged to carry out at least two YCPO projects per calendar year, though many clubs are able to do more—helping children, families, and communities.|
|Youth Services||Chambers, Greg