The Kiwanis AMers met July 12, at the Washington Community Y, with five guests and 19 members present.
President Harald Gruber reminded the club about the district conference in Altoona, Aug. 9-10. He scheduled the board meeting for July 20.
A thank-you from Hamakua Place was passed around.
Ted Drain reported the Relay Breakfast will probably bring in a net profit of $1,200. He asked everyone to turn in their ticket money,
The Golf Scramble will begin at 1 p.m. July 28. The committee is still looking for sponsors and teams.
No interclub activity was reported.
Don Kline passed a sign-up sheet for help to set up the Celebrate Washington event coming Aug. 3. The program was given by Bill Tweeton on heroes from the Battle of Gettysburg.