Kiwanis Club of Bradford
|Charter Date||February 11, 1936||Club #||2090|
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|Meeting Time||Our club meets Weekly at 12:00 PM on Tuesday.||Meeting Location||Beefeater's Restaurant (downstairs)|
27 Congress Street
Bradford, PA 16701
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2014-2015 Division 1 Lt. Governor from Bradford Club
posted on August 8, 2014 06:03 pm
The Bradford Club, Bradford PA (McKean County) is proud to have our past president accept the responsibility for the clubs in Division 1. Kathleen (Kathy) Durner will be installed at the District Convention in Valley Forge.
- Membership-Responsibilities.doc (Membership Responsibilities
Attendance:You are encouraged to attend each weekly meeting or to make up by attending a meeting of the Board, a Committee, another Kiwanis club, or the Key Club; attending a District or Division conference or convention; or participating in a service project. All will count for 100% attendance.
Good Standing:To maintain your status as an active member, you must meet the following minimum requirements:
Attend two meetings each quarter. Make-ups as defined above may be counted.
Participate in one fundraising project during the year
Participate in one service project during the year. (In addition to any counted as attendance)
Pay your dues
Attend one interclub meeting during the year
Interclubs:These are visitations by four or more members of one club to the regular meeting of another. This is a great way to become better acquainted with our own club members as well as meet Kiwanians in other communities to gain more insights and new ideas.
Distinguised Kiwanian:You are encouraged to qualify for this Kiwanis International award presented by the District at the annual convention. Additional information available upon request.
Leave of Absence:You may be placed on leave of absence for reasons of health, business, or vacation for a period of one to six months in a year.
Code of Ethics
Kiwanis International, dedicated to the promotion of higher social, business, and professional standards, and to the development, by precept and example, of a more intelligent, aggressive, and servicable citizenship, recognizes the Golden Rule as a guide for everyday life.In application of its principles, it is my obligation:
To recognize God as the Supreme Ruler and to abide by his immutable laws.
To endeavor to perfect myself in my chosen occupation, and to use it to the best of my ability to serve others.
To conduct my business or profession on a high ethical plane, so that others emulating my example will help raise the standards of the vocation in which I am engaged.
To maintain the spirit of fairness in competition and help eradicate all forms of deception that violate the spirit of the law
To exert my influence to provide equal opportunity for the well-being of mankind.
To promote harmony in everyday contact, realizing that happiness is one of the major objectives of life, and that happiness depends more on the way we meet the events of life than on the events themselves.
To improve relations between employer and employee, recognizing that tolerance, intelligence, and justice are the common ground on which all disputes should be settled.
To exemplify good citizenship in appreciation of the fact that the strength of the nation depends upon the caliber of its individual citizens.)
Last update on 07/08/2015