The Kiwanis AM'ers met Feb. 8 with 23 members and and seven guests present.
President Harald Gruber scheduled the board meeting for Feb. 9 at HyVee.
Jim Rosien scheduled an interclub to Old Capitol at Hills.
Kevin Erpelding encouraged all to sell tickets for the Vacation Getaway raffle. Pat Smith has tickets and posters. Members were reminded to turn in the ticket stub with the money.
Curt Mayer gave the initial report on the Spaghetti Supper. There were 400 eat-in meals and 167 carry-outs. Pat Smith reported that the gross sales exceeded last year's.
The program was given by Sarah Sadrakula, executive director of Main Street Washington. Main Street will celebrate its five-year anniversary this year. The group is looking for volunteers to help with Celebrate Washington later this year.
The Kiwanis AM'ers board met Feb. 9, with 10 members present.
The treasurer's report noted that the Spaghetti Supper was the second-highest total. Next year's supper will be held Feb. 12.
A discussion was held on outstanding obligations, including car seats and the middle-school room.
Kevin Erpelding reported that 110 tickets have been turned in for the raffle.
Chuck Underhill discussed the Easter Egg Hunt.
Kiwanis Service Day will be April 6. The AM'ers will be painting at the middle school.
The board approved spending up to $500 to replace the projector and speakers in the meeting room.
The annual dinner will be in April at JP's 207.