Come Visit!

Saturdays 8AM at the

Inn at Palmer Divide

443 Colorado Hiway 105

Breakfast is on Us

EmptyBowls 2014

Wednesday, October 8

5:00PM to 7:30PM
Lewis Palmer High School

  • Organizers of Monument's July 4th Parade
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  • More than $100,000 Distributed Each year
  • With our Sponsored Youth
  • Therapeutic Riding
  • Peach Sales in July
  • Salvation Army Bell ringing
  • Kinetic Conveyance Race
  • July 4th Parade

Helping Kids & Youth, Building our Community, and Having Fun while doing it

We are 140 men and women of the Tri-Lakes area who work together on a wide variety of projects to support our community.  We gather weekly in fellowship for fun, to learn, and to share a hearty buffet breakfast.  Come Visit Us Saturday Mornings at 8AM at the Inn at Palmer Divide.

Upcoming Programs

  • September 27: LinkedIn with Kevin Knebl, an international speaker, author, trainer and coach
  • October 4: 302nd Airlift Wing, Air Force Reserve (Tankers that drop retardant on wildfires)
  • October 11: Our own Mark Pfoff on an interesting "closed case" file
  • October 18: Doug McCormick on the human aspects of Andrew Jackson's life
  • October 25: Our own Dennis Beasley on the Beasley's recent trip to Antarctica (Slide Show )
  • November 1: Sharon Hill on Safe Harbor Lab Rescues
  • November 8: Palmer Ridge High Sschool's preview of "Hello Dolly"
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    Opportunities to Serve

      • Mondays - Senior Meals Drivers
      • Monday evenings - Kiwanis Bingo at Carefree Bingo (our largest fundraiser)

     


     


    Tri-Lakes Cares: If you don't use your own reusable bags for shopping, donating them to Tri-Lakes CARES is the next best thing. For some time we have been collecting paper grocery bags for the volunteers at Tri-Lakes CARES to pack groceries for families in need. They also can use some regular plastic bags for the seniors' bread shelf. Thanks to those of you who have been bringing bags to meetings. Now there is a new opportunity. Bring your empty egg cartons also


    MHKC "Ink Recycling Fundraising Project" continues with Don Johnson spearheading this MHKC fundraiser. Only the newer ink jet cartridges are being accepted by MHKC's recycler in Colorado Springs. Please bring your empty ink jet cartridges to each Saturday morning meeting, and contact Don with any questions you might have at   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

    Our Sponsors


     

     

    Thanks to
    SuperSponsor

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