2019 Stars of Tomorrow Elementary School winners.
Committee chairman Dave Niemann has received the support of the Club's Board of Directors to ask the membership to approve the imposition of a $20 assessment on each member (2 tickets at $10 per ticket), to help financially support the Stars of Tomorrow 2020. 
The event lost money last year when it was held at Central High School. Dave would like to move the event to the Civic Center, to provide a more professional venue for the kids who participate. His goal is to fill the seats in at least the lower level of the Civic Center., and help the show pay for itself.  If each member and their guest attended, that would be a quick 550 or more seats filled, with others to be filled by relatives and friends of the performers and the general public. And, of course, a member could give his or her tickets away to a friend or neighbor, if the member could not attend.
Kiwanis sponsorship for Stars of Tomorrow has a long history here in Cheyenne, having started in 1954. Two and three generations of families have participated, making it a traditional event for many. Our top acts have the opportunity to go on to division and district competitions.
Ticket prices have not changed for years. In fact, up until a few years ago, the Club members had assessed themselves at the requested rate. 
Per our Club Bylaws, there must be at least two weeks of announcement of the intent to put the proposal to a vote. The first announcement was made at the November 14 meeting. The vote will be held at the regular Club meeting on December 12th.
The show itself is scheduled for February 2, 2020.