Kiwanis Club of Cheyenne

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Little America
2800 W Lincolnway
Cheyenne, WY  82001-3302
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In 2015, total served were 26,535 --  7,645 on Monday, 10,871 on Wednesday, and 8,019 On Friday. 


For the historical record of people served, see the late Floyd Foresman's tally below, updated for 2015.

Floyd gathered Cheyenne Kiwanis Club Pancake Breakfast Committee records from 1966, two years before the Kiwanis Club was assigned primary responsibility for production of the event, through 2014.


Kiwanis International President John Button and his wife Debbie have been guests of the Cheyenne Kiwanis Club the past couple days.  They jumped right into the festivities, including helping out at all the work stations during the Wednesday morning Pancake Breakfast. Club President Tim presented them with their official Pancake Breakfast shirts and cowboy hats at the Tuesday night informal member dinner held at the Treber Building, then accompanied them to the Kiwanis special presentation of the Atlas Theater Melodrama. Wednesday morning saw them at the Pancake Breakfast, then later in the day at the Thunderbirds air show and the CFD rodeo performance. Wednesday evening, they and Club members were hosted by Kim and Brian Lovett for an informal dinner. Thursday morning, the Buttons got to ride in the CFD parade with Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen. They then attended the traditional Cheyenne Kiwanis CFD Interclub luncheon. 
President Tim, his wife Mei, Debbie Button and Kiwanis International President John Button

The 51st annual Kiwanis FFA Livestock Sale is set for Friday night, August 7, 2015, at the end of the Laramie County Fair.  (See the Download section on this home page for a brief history of the sale and the benefits provided to the FFA members who have participated in the past.)
All Club members can participate in the sale, even if they do not plan to attend, by signing up for shares in the Kiwanis Investment Group. The KIG provides a floor for the sale; if bidding is slow on an animal, the KIG will join the bidding in an attempt to get a better price for the FFA member's animal. Shares are guaranteed not to exceed $15 each, and are usually less; if no animals are bought, you owe nothing. The cost of shares will be billed on the monthly club statement. Your support of this project is much appreciated. Contact Kevin Burkett or Bryce Freeman if you have any questions or want to help work on the sale.

Please plan now to help out during a very busy Summer of Club projects. Your Board has approved these projects, with dates as indicated. Remember, Kiwanis is not just something you join, it is something you DO! (And the project chairs would really appreciate your help.) See the on-line calendar for more detail about each project and volunteer now to help out.
These are all activities with specific dates. You may also help out the Quartermaster by coming out for Wednesday night (and other nights, as announced) work nights at the Kiwanis Treber Building. (Green color indicates past events.)
June 26-27.  Three events -- Tour de Prairie Pancake Breakfast (Chair: Dave McCracken), Relay for Life Breakfast (Chair:  Bob Gross), and SuperDay Food Booth (Chair: Tom Muhlbach)
June 28.  Journey of Hope/ARC of Laramie County Breakfast at LCCC. (Chair: Lisa Taylor)
July 14, 16.  CFD Pancake Breakfast Work Sessions.  (Chair: Laura Munari)
July 17-19. Fort D.A. Russell Days Food Booth. (Chair: Tom Muhlbach) [canceled by Board of Directors action 7/7/2015]
July 18.  Feed pancakes to All-State Band. (Chair:  Dave McCracken)
July 19.  CFD Pancake Breakfast Convoy and Set-up at Depot Plaza. (Chair: Laura Munari)
July 20, 22, 24. CFD Pancake Breakfasts. (Chair: Laura Munari)
July 21. Informal evening cookout at Kiwanis Treber Building with the Kiwanis International President. Followed by Melodrama performance for Kiwanis at the Atlas Theater. (Chair:  Patty Benskin)
July 22. Informal evening at the Lovett residence with the Kiwanis International President. (Chair: Patty Benskin) 
August 7.  Kiwanis FFA Livestock Sale. (Chairs: Kevin Burkett and Bryce Freeman)
August 14-16. Kiwanis Ribfest. (Chair: Patty Benskin)
August 29 (tentative -- final date and location TBA). Kiwanis Club Clambake/Volunteer Appreciation Event. (Chair: Dan Kirby)

Committee Chair, Dave Stratton, is looking for volunteers to present the invocation at Club weekly meetings. Contact him by calling the Cheyenne Regional Medical Center (634-2273) and ask for "Chaplain Dave."


Craig Hiett of AAMCO Transmission/Meineke Mufflers has started a Customer Loyalty Program for Kiwanis Club members.  A percentage of each Kiwanis Club member's auto repair bill will be returned to the Club's Foundation.  John Barnes has Customer Loyalty Program cards which you may pick up and use or you may just stop into either shop and mention your Kiwanis membership.  Please consider picking up a card today.



         Please Note: For Cheyenne Kiwanis Community House Reservations at Lions Park, Please Call 637-6429
         (The Community House is a function of Cheyenne Parks & Recreation, not the Kiwanis Club )

Any of the officers or board members can be reached by their personal email by clicking on their name under the STAFF/DIRECTORS section on the right side of the home page.



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Club Contact Information:

Mailing address:  P.O. Box 1266
                            Cheyenne, WY 82003
Kiwanis Treber Building:  1804 Pacific Avenue
                                         Cheyenne, WY 82007
Phone and fax: 307.638.3763 email (Club Administrative Secretary):