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Field Trip to Huntington Hospital to See New West Tower - 8/23/2007

 

Opening Day 2007

"They say that there was no joy in Mudville after Mighty Casey had stuck out, but there sure was a lot of it in West Pasadena last Saturday morning.  Kids were everywhere in Robinson Park on North Fair Oaks, each with a baseball uniform, a glove, and a ball, and each was chomping at the bit waiting for the time honored call of “Play Ball!!”.  But first, each had to stand through the Opening Day Ceremonies of the West Pasadena Little League’s 2007 season before the first pitches could be thrown.

    Over the crackling public address system, local dignitaries and Little League officials thanked the many parents and supporters in attendance, including Craig Wallace and Joe Moore.  Craig was especially welcome, as he was the one who had signed a check from our Club to sponsor one of the local teams.

    The center field fence sported a brand new Pasadena Kiwanis Club banner for all to see, and the smells of roasted peanuts and hot dogs cooking were in the air as the first group of youngsters took the field for a lively T-Ball game between the Monarchs and the Marlins.  The older players occupied the south diamond for a contest involving the Rangers and the Cubs.

    The world will little note nor long remember the final scores that day, but the kids will always remember the excitement of playing the grand old game in front of family and friends time and of reaching first base safely for the first time.  It will not matter that the path taken from home to first was not always the direct one; you can always reach first by starting to run toward third base - it just takes a little longer that way.

    They may also remember that the members of the Pasadena Kiwanis Club helped make it all happen." (Contributed by Joe Moore)

 

Rosemary Children's Services 2006 Christmas Party

 

Various Luncheon Meetings 2006

Salvation Army Bell Ringing 2006

 

2007 Tournament of Roses Royal Court Joins Us for Lunch

 

Kiwanis helps with the 2006 Villa Esperanza Services Annual Awards Dinner for their clients

 

Luncheon for International President Nelson Tucker

 

Installation Dinner for our new president Joe Moore

 

Served Dinner for Union Station Foundation Residents

 

Kiwanis Donates 50 lighted stop signs for crossing guards to Pasadena Unified School District at Board Meeting in 2005

 
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