Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Seward Kiwanis Kitones

Our Kitones sang this noon at the Senior Center in Utica, NE. There were 17 of us including Paul Beck, Leader and Wes Skilton, accompanist. Several of us in the back row are hid by those in front of us on the picture but we were all heard. We enjoyed an excellent noon meal with the Utica folks; many of whom we knew. Pee Wee didn't get the message on the "uniform of the day" and dressed in our "formal attire". If we discounted a couple of our young members, I believe our average age would have nearly matched that of our audience. I hope they enjoyed our singing as much as we enjoyed doing it. No one enjoys it more than our Leader, Paul Beck. He is even developing some talent as a comedian. This was the 3rd time we sang during the past week which is most unusual. We sang this past Monday evening at the joint Installation Dinner for both our Kiwanis Club and the Helping Hands Club that meets in the evening here in Seward. Last Friday we sang in Lincoln at the Veterans Administration Recognition Dinner. It's all done on a volunteer basis as part of our community service and within the mission of Kiwanis. 

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