Originators of the Hope of America & Freedom Leadership Awards, 1963
Educator of the Year Award, 2015
June 21/28, 2017
Salt Lake City
Since October 1940
● Richfield Kiwanis Club
● University of Utah CKI Club
● East High School Key Club
● Bryant Middle School Builders Club
Meeting in: Little America Coffee Shop Meeting Room, 500 South Main Street, SLC
Visitors and Guests Welcome
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The BONNEVILLE KIWANIS CLUB OF SALT LAKE CITY is an all-volunteer charitable organization. In keeping with the stated goals of KIWANIS INTERNATIONAL, our mission is to provide financial assistance, education, and leadership training to disadvantaged youth and young adults in our community. We seek to provide lasting friendships within and outside the organization through an emphasis on service.
Club Meeting in Judge David Sam’s Chambers June 14, 2017 (Newsletter Continued on Back …)
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Club Meeting in Judge David Sam’s Chambers
The club members who attended our meeting in Judge David Sam’s Chambers were treated to a very enjoyable time. After having lunch, we went into his office where we heard him tell more about the history of his family, particularly his parents experiences and their journey to this country. We could feel for his love for this country and his devotion to its founding documents and principles as well as his desire to include fairness in the rulings he makes. Absent from the picture are Gordon Lewis and Dale Kerby who were taking pictures of the group.
Division 2 Governors Dinner
As indicated in the Calendar section, this years’ Division 2 Governors Dinner will take place on Friday, June 30th from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm at the Golden Corral, 665 East 7200 South in Midvale.
On June 21st …
1527 - Italian statesman, diplomat, and author of “The Prince,” Niccolo Machiavelli died.
1788 - The U.S. Constitution went into effect when New Hampshire became the 9th state to ratify it.
1834 - Cyrus McCormick's mechanical reaper was patented.
1964 - Three civil rights workers—James E. Chaney, 21; Andrew Goodman, 21; and Michael Schwerner, 24—disappeared in Philadelphia, Miss. In 2005, 41 years after the disappearance, Edgar Killen was convicted of their murders.
1982 - John Hinckley was found not guilty by reason of insanity for the attempted murder of President Ronald Reagan.
1989 - The U.S. Supreme Court decided that burning the U.S. flag was protected under the First Amendment.
1997 - The WNBA made its debut.
2004 - Michael Melvill pilots the first privately-developed spacecraft, SpaceShipOne, into space.
June 21st Birthdays …
Jean-Paul Sartre, French Existential Philosopher, Playwright, and Novelist (1905); Reinhold Niebuhr, Religious and Social Thinker (1892); Al Hirschfeld, Cartoonist (1903); Mary McCarthy, Novelist (1912);
Benazir Bhutto, Rrime Minister (1953); Prince William, Prince (1982)
On June 28th …
1836 - The fourth president of the United States, James Madison, died at Montpelier, his Virginia estate.
1894 - Labor Day became a federal holiday by an act of Congress.
1914 - Archduke Francis Ferdinand of Austria-Hungary and his wife were assassinated, setting off World War I. 1919 - The Treaty of Versailles was signed in France, ending World War I.
1978 - The Supreme Court ruled in Regents of the University of California v. Bakke that the use of quotas in affirmative action programs was not permissible.
1996 - The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina, voted to admit women.
1997 - Boxer Mike Tyson bit Evander Holyfield's ear during their heavyweight title fight, earning a 16-month suspension.
2000 - Elian Gonzalez was returned to his father in Cuba.
2001 - Serbia handed over Slobodan Milosevic over to the UN war crimes tribunal.
2004- In Iraq, the United States transferred power back to the Iraqis two days earlier than planned.
June 28th Birthdays …
Henry VIII, King of England (1509–47), second son and successor of Henry VII (1491); Peter Paul Rubens,
Painter (1577); Jean Jacques Rousseau, Philosopher (1712);
Luigi Pirandello, Author (1867); Richard Rodgers,
Composer (1902); Mel Brooks, Writer, Film Director (1926); John Elway, Football Player (1960); John Cusack,
World History …
1872 - Congress gives amnesty to most Confederates. Jules Verne's Around the World in 80 Days.
1873 - Economic crisis in Europe. U.S. establishes gold standard.
1875 - First Kentucky Derby.
1876 - Sioux kill Gen. George A. Custer and 264 troopers at Little Big Horn River. Alexander Graham Bell patents the telephone.
1877 - After presidential election of 1876, electoral commission gives disputed electoral college votes to Rutherford B. Hayes despite Tilden's popular majority. Russo-Turkish war (ends in 1878 with power of Turkey in Europe broken). Reconstruction ends in the American South. Thomas Edison patents phonograph. The Nez Perce leader Chief Joseph is forced to surrender. Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake.
1878 - Congress of Berlin revises Treaty of San Stefano, ending Russo-Turkish War; makes extensive redivision of southeast Europe. First commercial telephone exchange opened in New Haven, Conn.
1879 - Thomas A. Edison invents practical electric light.
1880 - U.S.-China treaty allows U.S. to restrict immigration of Chinese labor.
1881 - President Garfield fatally shot by assassin; Vice President Arthur succeeds him. Charles J. Guiteau convicted and executed (1882).