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Hello Zone F Kin,
We are your 2017/18 Zone F Deputy Governors John Moes and Colleen Wake. We are looking forward to working with all clubs in our zone, Kinsmen and Kinettes. Both of us will be travelling throughout the zone, together and separately for club visits and events. At times we may have individual(s) wanting to see what we are doing travelling with us (other club members, Zone F team members, or even District council or team members). We encourage everyone and every club to reach out to us to attend events or travel with us to events. We are looking forward to attending as many of your events as possible this year.
We plan to bring back the events calendar (on the Zone page, Zone Facebook page and in the Zone newsletter), as well as encourage involvements in the zone through interclubs and socials, conferences and conventions , President’s round table, as well as getting to know the clubs and members within the zone. We are going to be introducing an Involvement Challenge that we hope all clubs will become involved with. We’re still ironing out the details and will get them to you as soon as everything is finalized. Our intention is to have that rolled out to you in the September Newsletter.
We are asking all clubs to send us any information on your upcoming events, meetings, socials so that we can post them on the events calendar and in the newsletter. The more people know about your event, the more people are likely to attend or come and lend a hand. We look forward to using all the tools and media we can to get everyone involved in from our diverse zone.
We have been told numerous times that communication needs improving between clubs in the zone and we are hoping to make improvements to that. Your involvement is key. Please let us know what you have coming up each month. We need your help in making the newsletter a success. You can do that by submitting your events, stories and pictures. We are excited to see what is happening in Zone F!
At this time we would like to introduce the zone team as it sits right now:
Colleen Wake – firstname.lastname@example.org 519-933-7933
John Moes - email@example.com 519-280-9675
Carol Van Rooy – firstname.lastname@example.org
Cystic Fibrosis & Service Director
Terry Baldwin – email@example.com 226-236- 5528
Shawn Holroyd - firstname.lastname@example.org 519-619-1367
Terry Day - email@example.com
Zone F Monthly Calendar of Events
Click here for Zone F Calendar of Events
2016-04-04 Minutes from 2016 Zone Conference are available:
If you find any errors or omissions, please advise DG Dave or Bea so they can be corrected before next year's Zone Conference.
Zone F Monthly Calendar of Events
Click here for Zone F Calendar of Events
ZONE F CONFERENCE - HOGWARTS SCHOOL OF WITCHCRAFT AND WIZARDRY!
Sunday, February 28 at 10 AM
Fanshawe College St. Thomas/Elgin Regional Campus
120 Bill Martyn Parkway, Saint Thomas, Ontario N5R 6A7
By now, all members of Zone F Kinsmen & Kinette clubs should have received their personal invitation to Hogwarts. If you were on the national roster as of December 31, and haven't received yours, please speak to your president. New and prospective members are all welcome to attend.
This year's theme is Harry Potter, and the Kinette Club of Elgin-St. Thomas is pleased to be hosting you! This is your opportunity to be part of the news, guests, awards, and fun that zone conference is.
Registration is $20, and includes lunch. Kin bar (aka the Potions Lab) will be open.
Registrations will only be received via email to firstname.lastname@example.org (attendance through this FB event will not be tracked). Please advise of any dietary restrictions when registering. RSVP deadline is February 15th.
Please click on the link below to go to the Facebook event page. We hope to see you all at Zone Conference!
ZONE F EVENT TRACKER 2016
Kinsmen and Kinette Clubs Updated February 3rd, 2016
Email your events to Elise Stark at: email@example.com
Date Event Location Host Club Contact Info
Feb. 15, 2016 Kin KINdness Family Day Sugar Bush 21201-C Lakeside Dr. London Kinsmen 519 461 1073
Feb 20/16 Kin KINdness Tillsonburg Tillsonburg Kinettes Brenda Schaas
Feb. 20/16 Day of KINdness Zone F ALL Clubs
Feb.24/16 Smart Serve Certification Knights of Columbus Hall,265 Wellington St. St. Thomas St. Thomas Kinsmen https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=212267265785655&ref=70
Feb. 25, 2016 Colouring Event. Colouring is not just for kids Crouch Library 6-8:30 pm London Kinettes 519 461 1073
Feb. 28, 2016
Zone F Conference Fanshawe College St. Thomas Campus Kinette Club of St. Thomas Karen Coutts
Kinsmen Fanshawe Sugar Bush Sugar Bush 21201-C Lakeside Dr. London Kinsmen 519 461 1073
March 12/16 Eric Glover Memorial Craft Beer and Steak Dinner Knights of Columbus Hall,265 Wellington St. St. Thomas St. Thomas Kinsmen Matt Sharpe firstname.lastname@example.org
March 26/16 Easter Egg Hunt Dance Pavillion, Pinafore Park, 93 Elm St., St. Thomas St. Thomas Kinsmen Paul Trittler
Mar. 26, 2016 Easter Hunt BBQ Memorial Park Tillsonburg Tillsonburg Kinettes Judie Rice 519 983 3200
April 2/16 Caesars Casino Windsor Bus Trip, leaving St. Thomas 11:00 am; leaving Windsor 6:00pm St Thomas Kinsmen Scott McClymont
April 30, 2016 Princess Ball Tillsonburg Tillsonburg Kinettes Carrie Smith 519 983 2232
May 6-8/16 Spring Convention: 80’s TV Fort Erie Fort Erie Kinsmen Dan Strugar
May 11/16 Big Bike Ride for Heart and Stroke Boston Pizza. 860 Talbot St., St. Thomas St. Thomas Kinsmen Scott McClymont
May 13, 2016 Dining with the Past -70 th Anniversary Tillsonburg Tillsonburg Kinettes Mary Bartram
May 17- 23/ 16 Victoria Day Fireworks Sale Timken Community Centre, 2 Third Ave., St Thomas St. Thomas Kinsmen Cam Walters
May 29/16 Great Strides Walk for Cystic Fibrosis Greenway Park London Kinettes and Kinsmen 519 461 1073
June 18/16 Turtlefest Tillsonburg Tillsonburg Kinettes Kaitlyn VanDenBrink
June / 16 Relay for Life Aylmer Aylmer Kinsmen Brett
June 24-July 1/16 Canada Day Fireworks Sales Timken Community Centre, 2 Third Ave., St Thomas St. Thomas Kinsmen Cam Walters
July 1/16 Food and Beer Garden Sales Dance Pavillion, Pinafore Park, 93 Elm St., St. Thomas Paul Trittler
July 1/16 Canada Day Harris Park London Kinsmen and Kinettes 519 461 1073
Soap Box Derby Port Dover ( corner of Chapman and Main ) Port Dover Kinsmen Kyle Kitchen 519 583 3043 Kylek1978@hotmail.com
Rubber Duck Race Dorchester Dorchester Kinsmen Terry D.
2015-03-21 Spring Newsletter
More news from National, District, and Zone...for your reading pleasure!
2015-03-15 Minutes from 2015 Zone Conference are available
If you find any errors or omissions, please advise DG Karen via email at kinkaren [snail] internetadvisor [period] ca -> mailto:kinkaren [snail] internetadvisor [period] ca as soon as possible so they can be corrected before next year's zone conference.
Zone Conference set for March 1st in Aylmer
Zone F Kinsmen & Kinettes
ZONE CONFERENCE – 2015
Sunday March 1, 2015
10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Note change of location from original notice
30 Queen St. South, Aylmer
Hosted by the Kinsmen Club of Aylmer
Prizes for the best dressed Cowpoke and Cowgirl
Chili lunch will be served.
Cost $20 per person. Cash bar available @ 11:00 a.m.
Please RSVP by no later than February 17th
RSVP to Bill Warner,
warner [snail] amtelecom [period] net -> mailto:warner [snail] amtelecom [period] net
President’s reports Due by Feb.25th Please send to Zone secretary Bea Crowley at dcrowley [snail] quadro [period] net -> mailto:dcrowley [snail] quadro [period] net
Hope to see you all at Zone Conference
Zone F will be following the current voting procedures as per Kin Canada's General Operating Bylaw. That means that Accredited Delegate forms must be completed AT A REGULAR MEETING, and either given to one of the DGs or brought to Zone Conference. Failure to have this form on file will result in your club not getting their vote.
These videos will help you understand the process:
More information & examples will be provided at the President's Round Table on February 5th in Tillsonburg.
2014/10/05 Membership Seminar set for Oct. 29th at Simcoe Kin Hall
Kin Karen and I have set an important meeting for all Kin clubs in Zone F. We will meet on Oct. 29 at the Simcoe Kin Hall, for a special "Kin Rejuvenation" membership seminar. Our guest is DMD (District Membership Director) Shane Walsh.
In order to make this worth everyone's time and effort, we require a minimum of 4 members from each club to make the journey to Simcoe. You will learn how to retain and expand your club (and zone) membership to a newer and higher level. This 'new' way of getting members has proven to successful. A club in our district had only 4 members as of June 2013. As of July 2014, the club now has 12 members. That is an increase of 200% in just ONE year!
We are counting on you to help us make this event a success. Join us in Simcoe, 141 Windham St. on Oct. 29th at 7pm. Your club and the future of Kin may depend on it!!
DG's Karen and Dutch
2014/09/25 Important changes to voting procedure
With the changes to the General Operating By-law that were voted in at National Kinvention this summer, there are some changes to how voting will take place at Fall Leadership Conference. One key change is that we will now be enforcing the limitation of one vote per club. This should have always been in effect, since the clubs are the members of the Association…we’ve just always been more generous and let everyone in the room have a say :). The changes required by the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act mean that we as an association need to tighten things up and do them properly from now on.
This Accredited Delegate form is taking the place of a proxy form, with one very important difference. Previously, if your club was sending someone to FLC, you didn’t really need to send in a proxy form – whoever signed in for your club at credentials could vote.
Now, however, only Accredited Delegates can vote on behalf of the club. Your club must decide at a meeting (general or executive – it’s up to you) who will be carrying your club’s vote, fill in this form, make sure it’s signed, and get it to the district secretary before credentials close. If this completed form is not on file, your club will have no vote at FLC, no matter how many members you have in attendance.
You’ll notice that there is room to list alternate delegates – this is a good idea just in case your chosen delegate has a family emergency, gets sick, or for whatever reason can’t attend. Technically, under the CNCA guidelines, we can’t appoint “proxies” anymore. Kin Canada is offering a work-around for this by allowing us to assign the final alternate delegate spot to someone from outside of your club…whoever you normally would have “proxied” your votes to in the past.
We will both be attending, so you are welcome to put either of us down as an alternate delegate if you wish. The vote will be assigned to delegates in order (Accredited delegate, then if they aren’t there we’ll go through the Alternate delegates as they are ranked on the form), so make sure that your club members are listed first – your alternate delegate from outside your club should be last on the list.
Videos are being created by the National Kin Education Committee to help explain these changes, we'll let you know when they are available - hopefully you will find them helpful in understanding the changes.
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask - that's what we're here for!
Yours in Kin,
DGs Karen & Dutch
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