The Alta Kiwanis met Tuesday, March 13 at Wel-Life.
Alta Kiwanis would like to thank all those who had a hand in making our pancake fundraiser on March 11 such a great success. It was a record breaker as far as attendance and fund-raising. Special thanks to our Partners in Excellence (P.I.E.) partners who sold $1,549 in pre-sales. They were rewarded with a pizza party.
Tuesday morning's guest was Rob Hach, owner of Anemometry Specialists of Alta and he is also on the Alta City Council. Anemometry Specialists is in their 10th year of business and currently employ 28 people.
Member Steve Jimmerson reported on the Eliminate Project. The Eliminate Project is Kiwanis International's Global Campaign to help eliminate maternal/neonatal tetanus from the face of the Earth. The plan is to raise $110 million by the year of 2015.
A motion was made and seconded to donate $500 to Alta-Aurelia wrestling program to help pay for a new wrestling weight room.
Discussion was held on bringing back a bacculureate service for graduating seniors.
A motion was made and seconded to buy bike licences - 50 cents each -for all second and third graders participating in our bicycle safety day in May.
Upcoming - Saturday, March 31 - Easter egg hunt at Wel-Life.
Ken Lenz, Secretary