Updated May 28. At the May 28th Club meeting, attendance reached 57 connections. 
No Pancake Breakfast this year, since Cheyenne Frontier Days has been cancelled (as of May 27th).
Denise Newell, Foundation President, reports that the Foundation Golf Tournament has been cancelled.
Alan Hughes is accepting reservations for regular meeting invocations.
Tim Sheppard acknowledged the help he got for the 8th Avenue Island landscape project this past Saturday, and promised that Highway and Sloan's Lake Spring Clean-up projects were in the works. Details to follow.
Bob Gross and John Lynch reported on the COVID-19 Relief project. The St. Joseph's Food pantry has a continuing need for empty boxes and grocery bags and monetary donations; Jim Marshall noted that you can avoid a longer wait if you go to the front of the line and tell the folks you have boxes/bags. 
Pat Rudd is planning a virtual scavenger hunt for the After Hours group. He would like to have members invite friends and acquaintances who might be good Kiwanians to join the activity, currently scheduled for June 3rd at 7 pm.
From previous meetings, as a reminder:  The mailing has gone out to our Club members, soliciting donations/pledges for the Club's COVID-19 Response Fund (a copy is available in the Download Files section of this homepage). So far, more than $30,000 has been received in support of the Wyoming Food Bank of the Rockies and our own members who are in need. This has funded about 80,000 meals through the Wyoming Food Bank of the Rockies. Donations are still being accepted, because the need is not decreasing. 
Also note that several members have indicated they would be happy to help out folks who need some errands run. Contact President Brian or Rod Hottle if you would like some help.
And, finally, MEMBERS who are strapped for cash, remember that part of the Club's COVID-19 Relief Fund is reserved for such situations. See the application in the Download Files section of this homepage for more detail.